Tuesday, July 25, 2017

Hidden In Plain Sight

Daily Draw: Druidcraft Tarot ~ High Priestess

Knowledge that is neither hidden nor shown.


The Waite tarot, introduced in 1910, with its pictorial minors, is a classic example of hidden but shown symbolism. The Greek cross  offers the four elements, the four directions, and the four winds.

The moon at her feet can symbolize lunacy or illumination . The scroll, the letters, the crown, the pillars, the pomegranates, the colors...

I'm reminded by this card everything or nothing is what it seems, hence knowledge both hidden and in the open.

3 comments:

  1. I guess knowledge isn't worth much unless we do something with it (even if it is simply to enjoy it).

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  2. It is the same with people. Glancing blows and not much more. No one really looks at others but they sure can stare at their phones. No mystery to the little hand held box.

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  3. And with so many different symbols the Druidcraft Tarot conveys a similar meaning

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