ARCHETYPES


This represents something moving you towards the goal described by the Future card
The Poet

The Poet


This represents an aspect of the past
Childhood

Childhood

(Reversed) Lost in the details, dissatisfied with the mundane
Basic Interpretation:
Peering through the dew-dappled strands of a spider's web, the Poet finds meaning in the simplest of things. What others may overlook everyday are of infinite interest to this creative individual. The Poet is a master of revealing the world to those who can't see it, subtly conveying to others the wonders of mortal life.

This represents some aspect of your goal or future
The Architect

The Architect

Youth, lack of responsibility, bliss, joy, serenity, ignorance, guiltless pleasure
Basic Interpretation:
Children play, full of youthful exuberance, creating whole new worlds from the things of everyday life. The whimsy of imaginary friends, the artistry of unrestricted creativity and the exuberance of youth - these are the elements of Childhood.

This is something hindering your progress
The Harvest

The Harvest

Logic, plan, vision, methodical nature, Designed
Basic Interpretation:
Constructed of his own visions and methodical ideas, the Architect peers outwards intently planning his next creation. Behind him, the fruits of former efforts loom, casting their shadows upon his current plans. This cards speaks to the fruits of effective planning.
(Reversed) Final effort, last step, remaining work before fruition
Basic Interpretation:
A woman in the fullness of pregnancy, holds the bounty of the fertile countryside. This is the Harvest; the time of reward for long work and dedication. It is the fullness of life, the happy reward and the richness of the season.

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