The JesterAir, Waning Gibbous (5)
Keywords: Satire, wisdom, common sense, bravery, Truth, comedy, humor
Reversed Meaning: Secrets, veiled truths, possible danger in direct truth
Basic Interpretation: Pondering the ways of the world, the Jester sits and contemplates his staff. He has seen much and heard more; his shoulders bear the weight of knowledge that he cannot openly reveal. His jokes mask his wisdom and sometimes keep him alive when his beliefs are unpopular. He is clever, but bound by convention.
Objects: A jester's cap, a book of law, an owl's feather, a puppet.
Plot Suggestions: Invitation to high court during trying times; keeping an important and dangerous secret.