ARCHETYPES


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

The Alchemist


This represents an aspect of the past
The Sun

The Sun

(Reversed) The agent of change is himself changed
Basic Interpretation:
By use of his Science and arcane apparatus, the Alchemist changes the very nature of the matter he employs. The Alchemist is the agent of change - not a change in direction or appearance, but a profound change of elemental nature.

This represents some aspect of your goal or future
Fortune's Wheel

Fortune's Wheel

(Reversed) Obvious meanings, direct references, simple motives
Basic Interpretation:
The Sun looks down from his home in the heavens and peers with joy upon the day. He is the power of light as reflected in masculinity; he is hunting, revelations and daytime. The Sun knows that often the best way to reveal a truth is simply to illuminate it.

This is something hindering your progress
Childhood

Childhood

(Reversed) Lack of ability to determine fate, "Playing the hand Fate dealt you."
Basic Interpretation:
Fortune's Wheel constantly turns bringing gamblers, random victims, thrill-seekers and joyous revelers the uncertain rewards of life. Despite the most carefully laid plans, sometimes we tumble through existence towards an unknown fate.
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.

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