Major Arcana Spreads

The Fool
The Magician
The High Priestess
The Empress
The Emperor
The Hierophant
The Lovers
The Chariot
The Hermit
The Wheel of Fortune
The Hanged Man
The Devil
The Tower
The Star
The Moon
The Sun
The Last Judgement
The World

Other Spreads

Hekate Spread, or The Triune Path
Court Card Spread

Tarot Cards

The Emperor
The Star
The Moon
The Two of Swords
The Magician
The High Priestess

Tarot Initials

Chariot-Hanged Man
Judgement-Ace of Pentacles




This one was inspired by my previous female Fool card. It's also done in colored pencils. In these cards I'm trying not to think too hard about the symbolism and just let it come as it wishes. I'm really not sure why she's got a little marionette of (I think) a Duck-Soupian Harpo Marx, but I know her actions are guided by wisdom (the owl).

The other card in this series (so far) is the High Priestess, who is of course, male, though still the High Priestess, since the "High Priest" is literally just the Hierophant, and the meaning of that card is very different from the Priestess.

These are fun to do and are really making me think about gender roles, stereotypes, archetypes, and expectations. A nice challenge.




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