Tag Archive: Nancy

Seven of Blades

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The battle is over, and all is lost. There are no victors in this cause, only the dead and the dying. There is nothing left here but the spoils of war. Take what… Continue reading

Six of Blades

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Two people set forth, one guiding the passage, the other along for the ride. This is immigration, pilgrimage, the pioneers as they struck out in search of a better life on the far… Continue reading

Five of Blades

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The fighting is done for the day, but the outcome is unclear. Perhaps the ambassadors are parleying, perhaps everyone has simply retreated to lick their wounds. Either way, it is a moment that… Continue reading

Four of Blades

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A needed retreat; a moment of contemplation. Rest, retirement for the swirling chaos of the world. In the suit of blades, the odd numbered cards tend to be the active principles, expressing the… Continue reading

Three of Blades

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Betrayal. Heartbreak. Disaster. The card of the ultimate cri du cœur. Emotional devastation, deep loss, pain of the soul. Sometimes, soul-deep pain is necessary. It can clear the way for growth and change, it… Continue reading

Two of Blades

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Balance, or tension? Is there a difference? Or are they two sides of the same blade, each requiring the other to exist? A woman stands at the water line, blindfolded and holding a… Continue reading

Ace of Blades

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The Ace. Potential in its purest form. Unadulterated energy. An idea with no pre-suppositions, a statement of full power, a distilled essence of itself. Blades. The suit of the East, of Spring, of… Continue reading