©Psychic Jucy aka Abella Arthur
Keywords & Phrases
Carefree. Youthful. Clueless. An adventure is at the cusp. Feeling cocky. Nothing can phase me. The Sun. Uranus. I’m in limerance (love). Taking everything in that there is to take. Being free. Open to possibilities. Asking: What’s next? Feeling warm even when everyone else is cold. Optimistic. The future. Luck. Self-made person. This is what I want and it’s all mine to have. Seizing independence. Excited about learning.
A young man’s steps are close to the edge of a cliff. His young pup is next to him and ready to go wherever his master takes him. Or, perhaps his faithful companion is warning his master of danger that lay ahead? The youth gently holds a bag of stuff in one hand and a flower in the other. He appears open to what is not so much immediately ahead of him but rather dreams of goals to be realized far in the future. His optimism, warmth, and innocence is insular. He feels lucky and is not concerned with what anyone around him is doing. Carefree. Light. Lighthearted. Brilliant. Whole. Happy. In a self created/contained bubble. Journeying. Adventure. Happily independent. Independence. Making foolish decisions. Not paying attention to where one is going. Not listening to others. Having a good time. Taking a quick or unexpected vacation. Having a travel partner who is coming along for the ride. Starting over. Starting fresh. Learning by oneself (autodidact). Wanting to make mistakes or test oneself. Free-spirited. Possibilities. Youth. Folly and frolicking. Practical Joker — “just kidding!”. Lack of seriousness. Things or rather people are not as they appear. This isn’t because they are being deception but rather other’s are not seeing clearly or don’t want to see clearly. Change. Revolution. Disruption. Originality. Rebelliousness. Awakening
Zodiac & Numerology
Polarity: Uranus, Aquarius. The Sun, Leo. Under some influence of Mercury, Gemini and Jupiter, Sagittarius. Numerology 0. Zen, all and nothing. Freedom.
Timeline, Age, Role
8-14 Child, pre-teen, young teen. Relationships not on mind. Paying attention to self. Id.
©Psychic Jasper aka Ryan Arthur
Keywords & Phrases:
Fancy-free. Walking on a cloud. Try anything. Positive. Joyful. Optimistic. Laugh in the face of danger. Fly like an eagle. Overly confident. Chameleon.
A young man performing a dance routine with his faithful partner – a white puppy – on the edge of the world. Water rises up and crashes against the cliff. He can go anywhere. He has smelled the roses and plucked a flower to take on his adventures. Having only the clothes on his body, and tools of trade in his bag, he wanders into the unknown head held high, moving without purpose and enjoying the journey of pure innocence.
I was going through an old blog of mine and found this, dated: September 20, 2005 at 2:09 pm
This will be a long w.i.p. (work in progress) as there is so much to learn about a single Tarot card and there are 78 of them! Please free to add your own thoughts and ideas about any of the cards (in their appropriate post). The insights are mine unless I state otherwise. I’m aware of the words of other’s but this category is about reflection. However, under the astrology heading I’m learning more so it might not be my own words (and I will give credit where credit is due). And as I glean new understanding and more knowledge, under headings of interest, I will continue to edit and record.
The Fool is the first card in the Tarot card’s deck of 22 major arcana cards. Twenty-one more cards take us on a journey of a lifetime with all the wonderful up’s and down’s we receive and the Fool sets the pace.
Alpha and Omega. Nothing and Everything. Wholeness. Never ending. Duplicity. One half of infinity (the World, being the other half).
Mountain: On top of the world (the world being the last card of the major arcana). The Sun: bright , happy, life giving but also destructive. A cut flower: life, beauty, having something to give but also being transient with sure decay in a short while.
Human: Arms wide open. A welcoming posture. One foot forward and one back. Moving ahead but also being careful. Dog: Warning or excited to go on the journey.
Yellow — light and happy, Red — Passion and risk, Blue – sky (dreaming), Brown – earth (grounded), White – purity and naivitee
Meanings & Ideas
I’m not going to cover how to read upright or reversed cards but rather include insights and ideas about the card’s many meanings.
Carefree. Light. Lighthearted. Brilliant. Whole. Happy. In a self created/contained bubble. Journeying. Adventure. Happily independent. Independence. Making foolish decisions. Not paying attention to where one is going. Not listening to others. Having a good time. Taking a quick or unexpected vacation. Having a travel partner who is coming along for the ride. Starting over. Starting fresh. Learning by oneself (autodidact). Wanting to make mistakes or test oneself. Free-spirited. Possibilities. Youth. Folly and frolicking. Practical Joker — “just kidding!”. Lack of seriousness. Things or rather people are not as they appear. This isn’t because they are being deception but rather other’s are not seeing clearly or don’t want to see clearly.
Astrology & Astronomy
Uranus (no this is not part of your butt — it’s a planet! — energy that needs to be expressed or understood, a psychological function — an ideal, drive, desire, objective, and lessons to be learned. (taken from, astrologyzine.com)
Change, Revolution, Disruption, Originality, Rebelliousness (taken from: Elysian Astrology) Astrology is a weaker area of understanding for me but I’m learning. Archangel Metatron’s planet is Uranus.
Culture & Society
King Lear’s Fool
April Fool’s Day
Now Your Turn to Reply
In tarot, there is no right or wrong just difference. Allow yourself to write your impressions without worrying about whether you are right or not. You will soon find your impressions being bang-on.
1.Who, what, why, when, where, and how?
2.What do you see?
3.What sticks out first?
4.There’s a story or allegory in every picture card. What is the story telling you?
5.What is the symbolism of colour and object in the picture?
6.Who are the people in the card? Why are they there? What are they doing?
7.What is the message of the card?
8.Where is the scene taking place?
9.When will it happen?
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