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Father of Swords, The Wild Unknown Tarot

Father of Swords The Father of Swords depicts an owl peering forward, with focused eyes. The owl is perched on a rainbow colored sword. The owl can see in all…

Nine of Wands, The Wild Unknown Tarot

Nine of Wands The Nine of Wands presents a stairwell of wild, unruly wands. The stairwell leads to a crescent moon shining above the top step. The crescent moon connects…

Father of Cups, The Wild Unknown Tarot

Father of Cups Father of Cups displays a black swan, with a calm demeanour, sitting on the water. There appears to be rain coming down depicted by vertical, black lines…

Death Card, The Wild Unknown Tarot

To be fooled by the appearance of this card is to miss the tremendous power that lives here. Although all you might see is darkness, death, and endings, it is this very destruction which replaces your personal eyes with the one eye of Great Spirit. The loss and destruction in all forms, inner and outer, takes place to assist the evolution of the Spirit. All masks of God are used to assist your discovery of original source. To trust this change is to place your trust in a deeper union of self- to remove that which has outgrown an old paradigm. The original tarot did not have the name Death as card XIII. It was a nameless card. Do not be swayed by the modern name of death, for this is beginning of a new life replacing you as pure spirit.

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