Prompt: “Pull the card from your deck(s) that matches the card posted below. Compare the imagery between the card provided below and the card(s) from your own deck(s). How would you read them differently and why?”
Tarot of the Hidden Realm – In this imagery (not surprisingly), I see wishes and hope. In the golden glow and wistful expression there is hope for good things to come, and in the blowing purse of her lips and preparation to send seeds to fly is the wish she will use to give those hopes flight.
The thing is? Wishes sometimes come true, but sometimes they don’t. Blowing those seeds into the wind sets flight to one’s hopes and wishes, but it doesn’t guarantee results.
The Greater Secrets Tarot – (From the COTD reading I did on this card the other day.)
In the imagery of this card we see a representation of the three fates.
The idea of the three faiths that not everything is under our control, no matter how much we want it to be. Some things will be decided for us, depending on the situation and external forces. There’s nothing we can do about this except to be adaptable and prepared to adjust to what is thrown in our way upon our path by chance or fate.
Gravity Falls Major Arcana – The “shut your yap” in this card says it all for me where this card is concerned. Well, that and the reference in the imagery back to the “Wheel of Fortune” game show. Here, again, I see an indication that being clever and making smart decisions can help to protect one from the fickleness of chance, but not mitigate it entirely. Sometimes you just have to accept what’s being dealt and deal with it.
Orphans of Dudleytown Tarot – Could you imagine the amount of balance it takes to ride one of those penny-farthing bikes? It’s not as if you can stick out a leg to catch yourself if you begin to fall. It’s almost a unicycle. Unicycle with training wheels, right? What I see in this card is that when you take risks, there’s a chance you could fall down. You have to make the decision for yourself if the risk is worth the chance you take or not.