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    The Star and Strength share a root in the creative motherhood of The Empress. The women in all three cards are one divine form in different costumes, with different tasks. To The Empress, all her children are beloved, and seen and treated equally. The Star sees benign beauty and goodness in nature and herself. She trusts what she sees and leaves it alone. Strength sees the raw, immediate power in nature and in herself. She controls and contains it like a dam works with a river.

    The Star is remote, cool and calm. Strength is hot, intense and close. For the unclothed Star, the world and her own nature are fine as they are, and can only suffer from interference. For Strength, fully clothed, the world and her own nature need restraints to work properly.

    The Star is the innate perfection in things, their natural rightness and goodness, and their connection with what is highest and deepest in the creative process. She fears nothing in nature because for her, there's nothing in nature to be afraid of. She sees nothing in nature to fix because nothing in nature is wrong. Her motto is "Leave things alone and they'll be alright." The job of The Star is to cooperate with the nature of things, to witness its perfection, and to resist the urge to improve it.

    Strength is the two-fold power at the center of things, the expansive and the contractive power, force and form. She knows they must be kept in balance, and that takes constant vigilance and effort. She cannot press too hard on the source of power or she'll cut off its breath and make it weak. She cannot relax her grip on it, or it will expand violently and swallow her whole. The job of Strength is to keep the power of nature in check, and release it as needed and necessary.

    Unintegrated and imperfectly realized, The Star can be amoral, eccentric and cranky. She may be undiscriminating, and unaware and in denial when things get broken or go wrong. She may routinely support lost causes and put herself in harms way, in the belief that she'll be OK no matter what. And she can be peevish, whiney, and aggrieved when things don't work out.

    Strength can be moody, sullen and prone to fits of temper. She may eat too much or starve herself. She can be a voracious lover or become celibate without warning. She can go from baseless self-confidence to irrational timidity. She can make herself weak and frightened, a pussycat with a weak meow or she can be larger than life, throw her weight around, laugh, cry and howl at peak volume, a lion out of control.

    Together they are graceful, beautiful, peaceful and strong, with their powers and talents in perfect balance and harmony, and all their virtues at the service of the world.
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    Death / Emperor

    Imagery β€” Things to Look at and Contemplate:

    Postures β€” riding / sitting
    (Changing vs. maintaining, future vs. present)

    Colors β€” black and white / red and orange
    (Stark and minimal vs. passionate and full-blown)

    Clothing β€” armor only / armor, robe and crown
    (Personal, intimate and absolute vs. formal, ceremonial and imperious)

    Symbols β€”
    horse / throne
    (things as they will be vs. things as they are)

    banner / orb and scepter
    (different symbols of the same higher authority in whose name both perform their respective functions)

    Landscapes β€” complex / simple
    (detailed reality vs. abstract principle)

    Astrology:

    Scorpio (Death) β€” dark, deep, cold, seductive, frightening

    Aries (Emperor) β€” bright, clear, hot, attractive, reassuring

    Predilection:

    Anarchy vs. Order

    Democracy vs. Hierarchy

    Necessity vs. Logic

    Death and The Emperor have in common the qualities of polar absolutes: both are crystal clear in the definition of their function, territory and authority; neither can be moderated or softened in the performance of their duties; each balances the other perfectly β€” one deconstructs and wipes away, the other organizes and establishes. They are both utterly dependable.

    The Emperor makes Death lawful, and gives him pride of place in the scheme of things. Death makes everything mutable, so that the law itself is constantly changing, adaptive and alive.

    The Emperor is armored, a warrior in the service of the light. His job and responsibility is to make sense of things, to bring order out of chaos, to refute the bogus, to make peace between the usual and the exception. The Emperor permits no secret or special powers to challenge the authority of his law. His motto is: "There's a perfectly good explanation for everything."

    Death is also armored, a warrior in the service of the dark. His job is to establish the edge of the known, and to push everything over that edge into mystery. He unfurls the banner of the realm of darkness, in which the rules are so different from those of the kingdom of light that they seem like chaos. He is the master of the unknown and the fear and adventure of the unknown, and his banner is the veil of the unknown.

    Death pulls the rug out from under the feet of all comfortable assumptions and established procedures, and sends them tumbling into the abyss. He is the ultimate anarchist against whose activity all laws are meant to protect. He makes the possible The Empress' continuous production of life, and The Emperor's continuous organization of life, by removing it as fast as it is created. Without the bottomless pit of mystery, the known and knowable universe would choke on itself and grind to a halt.

    Unintegrated and imperfectly realized, The Emperor is a tyrant and stick-in-the-mud, controlling and manipulative, unable to let things take their course or go their own way. He equates mystery with ignorance, and can be afraid of the dark. What he doesn't know or can't account for he believes does not exist. He resents criminals and upholds the established order.

    Death can be vicious and gratuitously cruel. He will make false claims and promises, and spread ruin and upheaval wantonly. He has no fear of consequences, and his reasons for things can be akin to madness. He supports any kind of change for its own sake, cloaking anarchist impulses in a cracked or specious reasonableness.

    Together, they make life both orderly and fresh, peaceful without tyranny, prosperous without stagnation, always believable but constantly fascinating. Together, their motto is: "The only things you can depend on are death and taxes."
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cat Brainz View Post
    The Star and Strength share a root in the creative motherhood of The Empress. The women in all three cards are one divine form in different costumes, with different tasks. To The Empress, all her children are beloved, and seen and treated equally. The Star sees benign beauty and goodness in nature and herself. She trusts what she sees and leaves it alone. Strength sees the raw, immediate power in nature and in herself. She controls and contains it like a dam works with a river.

    The Star is remote, cool and calm. Strength is hot, intense and close. For the unclothed Star, the world and her own nature are fine as they are, and can only suffer from interference. For Strength, fully clothed, the world and her own nature need restraints to work properly.

    The Star is the innate perfection in things, their natural rightness and goodness, and their connection with what is highest and deepest in the creative process. She fears nothing in nature because for her, there's nothing in nature to be afraid of. She sees nothing in nature to fix because nothing in nature is wrong. Her motto is "Leave things alone and they'll be alright." The job of The Star is to cooperate with the nature of things, to witness its perfection, and to resist the urge to improve it.

    Strength is the two-fold power at the center of things, the expansive and the contractive power, force and form. She knows they must be kept in balance, and that takes constant vigilance and effort. She cannot press too hard on the source of power or she'll cut off its breath and make it weak. She cannot relax her grip on it, or it will expand violently and swallow her whole. The job of Strength is to keep the power of nature in check, and release it as needed and necessary.

    Unintegrated and imperfectly realized, The Star can be amoral, eccentric and cranky. She may be undiscriminating, and unaware and in denial when things get broken or go wrong. She may routinely support lost causes and put herself in harms way, in the belief that she'll be OK no matter what. And she can be peevish, whiney, and aggrieved when things don't work out.

    Strength can be moody, sullen and prone to fits of temper. She may eat too much or starve herself. She can be a voracious lover or become celibate without warning. She can go from baseless self-confidence to irrational timidity. She can make herself weak and frightened, a pussycat with a weak meow or she can be larger than life, throw her weight around, laugh, cry and howl at peak volume, a lion out of control.

    Together they are graceful, beautiful, peaceful and strong, with their powers and talents in perfect balance and harmony, and all their virtues at the service of the world.
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    Imagery β€” Things to Look at and Contemplate:

    Postures β€” hanging / sitting
    (Serene, original vs. comfortable, conventional)

    Colors β€” red and blue / white and gold
    (Passionate, deep, inward-looking vs. immaculate, perfect, outward looking)

    Clothing β€” fitted / loose
    (Controlled effort vs. effortless expansion)

    Symbols β€”
    cross and halo / throne and crown
    (spiritual vs. secular authority)

    living wood / trees
    (derivative vs. original; transformative vs. natural)

    rope / cushions
    (distant connection vs. intimate support)

    Foreground Figures β€” male / female (son – mother)

    Astrology:

    Water (Hanged Man) β€” deep, dark, formless and elemental

    Venus (Empress) β€” emergent, light, beautiful and real

    Predilection:

    Spiritual vs. Physical

    Detached vs. Involved

    Abstract vs. Specific


    The Hanged Man and The Empress have in common a concern with birth and life β€” physical birth and mortal life, and spiritual rebirth and immortal life. Venus (Empress) is born from the waves of the sea (elemental water). The Hanged Man is born from the womb of The Empress. Being driven at birth from a vessel of blood matches in intensity rebirth by the immersion of baptism in a body of water. The experience of entering the world at birth is equaled by the experience of withdrawing from the world through meditation.

    They contrast as detachment vs. involvement, relaxation vs. contraction, tranquility vs. turbulence, concern with simplicity vs. preoccupation with details.

    The Hanged Man is focused on purifying, cleansing and deepening himself. Distancing himself from the details of creation, he offers the experience of enlightened detachment and inner illumination to whoever is willing to share it.

    The Empress is actively creative, nurturing, protective, and has an intense, immediate, hands-on connection with all her creations.

    Unintegrated and unrealized, The Hanged Man can be self-involved and insensitive, self-indulgent and passive, depressed and addictive, grandiose and impractical, lonely and in need of support.

    The Empress can be domineering and meddlesome, small-minded and abusive, melodramatic and possessive, demanding attention and feeling abandoned.

    Together they are generous, loyal and protective to a fault, and they can be creative and original to the point of genius. They raise caring, selflessness, love and devotion to transcendent levels.
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    IX The Devil and VI Lovers Arcana
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    "Hey Capa -- We're only stardust." ~ "Sunshine"

    β€œPleasure to me is wonderβ€”the unexplored, the unexpected, the thing that is hidden and the changeless thing that lurks behind superficial mutability. To trace the remote in the immediate; the eternal in the ephemeral; the past in the present; the infinite in the finite; these are to me the springs of delight and beauty.” ~ H.P. Lovecraft
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    The same as Cat Brainz and agentwashington
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    Birth Card Notes:
    Judgement / High Priestess






    With all DUE respect,
    -The Cat.

    Master of the refrigerator towers.
    Guardian of the house.
    Walker across keys.
    He that consumeth Birds of the field.
    Keeper of the Secret Lore
    Knocker of things casually off shelves.
    Walker of the Twilight
    Great Cat Dragon Scourge of the Field creatures.
    Wrangler of Squirrels
    Negotiator with Owls.
    Taker of the Tunas
    Feaster of Fish


    "Lovely Titles"
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    Moon/Hermit

    Imagery β€” Things to Look at and Contemplate:

    Postures β€” crawling / standing
    (the rawness of beginnings vs. the fullness of completion)

    Colors β€” dark blue, purple & deep bright yellow / luminous blue & grey
    (deep, lurid vs. high, clear consciousness)

    Landscapes β€” valley / peak
    (low vs. high; travelling far vs. climbing up)

    Symbols β€” Moon / Star, Path / Staff, Pool / Mountain, Rich and varied
    landscape / Simple, uncluttered landscape
    (all these contrasts suggest the difference between dark, rich, mysterious beginnings and light, abstract, exalted endings)

    Foreground Figures β€” Crayfish / Hermit
    (the two extremes of the journey of personal growth and spiritual evolution)



    Astrology:

    Pisces (Moon) β€” sleep and dream; darkness – light and shadow; fluid, shifting images; profound yearnings; deep waters

    Virgo (Hermit) β€” observant, analytical and smart; rooted in detail; patient, industrious; a perfectionist, idealist and purist; reaches for the high ground



    Predilection:

    The importance of night vs. The importance of day

    The importance of pain / pleasure; beauty / ugliness vs.
    The importance of wisdom/ignorance; persistence / giving up

    The world as mysterious and uncertain vs.
    The world as challenging and straightforward


    The Moon and The Hermit share extreme qualities β€” low and high, vague and precise, yearning and ambitious, obscure and clear, far and near, many voices and one voice, fluid and solid.

    For both, the journey's the thing. For both, the heights are the objective. For both, illumination is the essence, while darkness is the matrix. One faces the darkness of the untraveled path ahead, while the other faces the darkness of the heights beyond reach. The light available to each leaves their darkness intact.

    The Moon is the uncertainty at the heart of things, the unrealized and phantom possibility, the power of mutation and transformation. Shape-shifting unconsciousness and identity offer multiple realities that reflect inner rather than outer landscapes. The job of The Moon is to evolve, to move forward by inhabiting ever more subtle and elaborate forms, to experience challenge, growth and renewal with each new version of itself.

    The Hermit is the finished, final clarity that shines at the center of things, the distillation of knowledge gained through effort, persistence, intelligence, and courage. Perfect faith and endless labor are rewarded by being lit from within. He becomes a steady, continuous, living light, a beacon to those who seek the outermost boundaries of personal growth. For those on the upward journey, the way is lit by those who have gone before.

    Unintegrated and imperfectly realized, The Moon can be filled with nameless terrors and subject to depression. It may not trust what it sees or what it hears, and it is prone to believing the worst. It can be gulled into believing fantastic claims and stories, and may be drawn onto false paths with little or no reward at their end. It is subject to nightmares, and may come to fear sleep.

    The Hermit can be ambitious, and lose sight of or never see how perfectly he can serve a higher power, or how pure he can become himself. He can be immersed in detail, careful of every step on the way to serving his own interests. He may be so practical and down-to-earth, that mysterious and unlikely paths are rejected out of hand. He can become so absorbed in making his own way that he has little time or patience for anyone else, and thus becomes isolated and emotionally barren.

    Together, they travel from the depths to the heights, exploring the shadows and precipices that wait for every traveller on the path to knowledge. They promise faithfully that the great journey of personal evolution can be completed, and they will show you the way.
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