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More Beauty from the Tarot of Durer

This post was written by Barbara Moore
on December 24, 2009 | Comments (7)

The Wheel’s motto is one many of us will recognize: Carpe diem, or Seize the day!


The World card’s motto says “immortal work.” I think it is exquisitely lovely with the god lovingly holding his creation while the little air elementals breath life into the woman and the cat. I think it is tender and sweet and speaks to the idea that immortal work does come from the heart with the help of inspiration and life from spirit.


Another Star card. This one says “everything is pure for the pure.”


Reader Comments

Written By Ty
on December 24th, 2009 @ 2:00 pm

The World card looked like a god looking in a ‘crystal ball’ or scrying dish and seeing the act of creation. Or is it a sleeping woman and her cat, framed by the power of the elements, in a transparent egg, perhaps symbolizing the creative potential inherent in us all? I usually see the World as having achieved success of some sort- this card seems to steer me towards seeing a new creative process- and probably something grand especially something truly of yourself.

Written By Irmata
on December 30th, 2009 @ 2:28 pm

Why must you torture us so? ;D

Such a lovely, lovely Star. Looking at these cards again, I realize how large a role the colours, textures and overall composition of the images play in my infatuation with the deck. There is such clear thought and purpose in the images; intent. And the side borders are a really great choice, I think. I wonder why LS doesn’t use this method in their other decks.

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