--Symbolizes a refuge or a sacred place with magical connotations whence life springs.
Indicates that the querent will undergo a revelation.
May also indicate that a situation is building up of which the querent is the origin.
--Symbol of pride, domination, supremacy and even megalomania. However, it is also a guide and protector. Invincible power, able to expand its territory and keep watch over all.
Indicates the ability of the querent to dominate a situation and play the role of protector, or else meet somebody possessing these qualities who can guide him. May also foretell a risk of proceeding blindly, or an excess of ambition.
--7-The Ox and the Ram.
--Symbol of the Christian stable : the ox is a sign of peace and the ram a sign of wild creative and instinctive forces. Indicates a mixture of two opposite but complimentary tendencies : the peaceful and the passionate. The seeker may show unstable behaviour. May indicate that the querent or someone around him is peaceful and well-meaning but capable of enthusiasm or even violence.
May also indicate harmony between two people of very different temperaments.
--Symbol of force, strength, supremacy and power. Also the image of justice, strong-mindedness and wisdom. Also indicates excesses : the abuse of power and tyranny. Evokes the paternal and protective notion. Indicates that the querent has the required qualities or the necessary means to control his situation. Very lucky square with no negative connotations.
--9-The First Goose.
--This goose elucidates the 8 squares which follow. This one reveals a major realisation : the querent stands alone facing his choices; he has free will and should exercise it.
--Looking for a Yes or No type of answer?
--e.g.- Is this chosen date an auspicious one? Should I go to the meeting? Is this person reliable? Etc.
--Use both dice.
--Move around your board accounting the numbers and not the symbols.
--Throw the dice 7 times. Move your token and keep note of each square landed on.
--If you have landed on more even than odd squares, the answer is YES. If you have landed on more odd than even squares, the answer is NO.
''Love Thyself Last; Cherish Those Hearts That Hate Thee.''