The Moon

Water, New (1)


Night, female, shadow, hidden wisdom

Reversed Meaning:

Secondary meanings, allusions, indirect references

Basic Interpretation:

The Moon looks slyly out from her home in the heavens and peers with pride upon the night. She is the wisdom of the ages as enshrined by femininity; she is shadow, secrets and nighttime. The Moon knows that often the best way to show a good path is by hiding it in shadow.


A silver crescent, a cauldron, a candle, a lantern, a shroud, blood.

Plot Suggestions:

Meeting a night watchman on his rounds; finding ancient writings only visible by the light of a full moon; being ambushed by thieves at night.
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