ARCHETYPES


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

Air


This represents an aspect of the past
The Rune

The Rune

(Reversed) Flighty, clouded, unbounded
Basic Interpretation:
The clear skies hold all the purity and dynamism of human thought. Air itself is the fundamental representative of intellect, thought, memory and wisdom. It is a fundamental force; without direction but able to be channeled by those who wish to focus its power. The winds of this card are always blowing, rarely seen and eternally present.

This represents some aspect of your goal or future
Childhood

Childhood

Symbols, metaphors, meaning, the nature of reality, the power of words to change reality
Basic Interpretation:
A dark menhir rises against a starry sky; on its surface is carved the Rune. The Rune has many meanings - most of which are created by the one who reads it. The message the Rune conveys has the power to alter reality itself through the actions of the reader.

This is something hindering your progress
The Box

The Box

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.
Fated, risk, unknown but real
Basic Interpretation:
The ornate Box rests in shadow holding something unknown. Whatever is in the box - be it danger, salvation or just a dead cat - is very real, but unknowable until the box is opened.The future is inevitable, but unknown.

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