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Re: The Star

I found statements from this thread about the Star card that I would like to respond to with my opinions. "In classical imagery, the obvious interpretation for a female figure representing a Star is Venus (the Leber deck and the all-trumps Folengo sonnet confirm this in a Tarot context)." - Marco My...

Re: Who's in the Chariot?

Petrarca has written the poem "Trionfi" during 14th century. The objects of the poem are six allegories, rowed in Love - Chastity - Death - Fame - Time - Eternity.... .... so you've not only one "Auriga", but six of them. It's hardly an accident, that the begin of the Petrarca poem fashion (January...

Who's in the Chariot?

"Now, it's interesting to note that the Visconti-Sforza horses have wings, which pushes this card into the realm of fantasy, mythology, and ideology. " -Robert Could it also make this Tarot image of the Chariot a representation of a constellation? Auriga the Charioteer (or Wagoner) is a constellatio...

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