Thursday, May 18, 2006

Which Tarot Card Are You?

You are the Empress card. The Empress is the archetype of the Mother. She creates and nurtures life. She represents the abundance of Mother Earth. The Empress is capable of using nature in a productive way. She espouses art for art's sake. Her planet is Venus, and she embodies love of beauty and a strong value system. Here is also found initial sensation. This is the first really physical experience of the world that The Fool has entered. The Empress has a rich understanding of the world based on her five senses. In a reading, The Empress represents pregnancy, actual or metaphorical. She indicates an act of creation and a sensual experience of beauty. The Empress is a nurturing force that wishes to see the product of her experiences reach the next stage of development. Image from A Photographic Tarot Deck
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  1. I told you Eve, you'd know it was my birthday!!

    I stole this from Meretta--and NO I'm not pregnany :D

  2. *snort* but I love what you've done with the make-up. *gg*

  3. I am the Star, with a sweet feminine body if I do say so myself. Here is the text:

    You are the Star card. The Star is the light of hope. Shining in the night, sending light into darkness, the stars provide direction to sailors and are a field on which to dream. Humanity used to look up at the sky and desire to be there, to find out what it all meant, and now we have been a distance into space and have elementary ideas of the makeup of all the different stars. This kind of achievement adds further fuel to our hopes. The eternal, slow-moving stars that will be long shining past the end of our own existence provide hope of immortality, and the vast space they suggest and the very mystery they hold provide us with excitement and knowledge yet to be discovered

    Not bad...

  4. Okay:

    You are the Lovers card. The Lovers card is about union. Each of us carries in our DNA the ability to be the opposite of what we think we are. Often our romantic attachments grow out of awe and respect as we see in another the characteristics we repress in ourselves. Society often presses us into molds of what it thinks masculinity and femininity should be. As a result, many of us associate with our gender certain positive characteristics and call others negative, when if these same qualities were held by a person of the opposite sex, our attitude towards them would be reversed. Getting in touch with our inner animus and anima, (Jung's terms for our inner male and female), allows us to see the whole of our personalities in a positive and constructive light. When you draw The Lovers card in a reading, you are working with balancing these forces. Depending on where the card is, you have either achieved balance or need to. The Lovers could indicate a romantic or even a platonic relationship. Ask yourself is this is a positive relationship that contributes to your growth as a complete human being, or if it fills an emotional craving within you that is actually detrimental to your personal growth.

    My eyes are crossed now.

  5. hehehe. Did you knock on wood when you wrote that you weren't, Toni? Don't tempt fate!

  6. I think I have done that one before... I got the lost gotten thingie ... only like 2% had gotten it...

    sorry sounds scattered doing ten things at once!

  7. DD thought I looked funny too. You should have seen her and DS's makeup the other day :O

    Meretta--don't start with me LOL.

    Scott, I like the star. Must check out that bod.

    Eve--hmm... just don't mess with my anima!

    Dennie, Lost, scattered? That doesn't sound like you?

  8. Didn't manage to get a picture but don't know why... I'm a Star anyway!