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Dar es Allrah wrote:So from one perspective - that of the outward appearance - the hexagram is implied by the apparent marriage of creative fire and watery equilibrium by the robes of the Priest and Priestess, but the symbol shown on the card suggests the more fundamental relationship is between Spirit and Water. Or perhaps Spirit in the Act of Creativity - appearing fiery, united with Spirit in the Act of Equilibrium, and appearing watery, as befits a universal solvent?
Bereshith wrote:I think perhaps you are missing the artist's intent.
..... The pentagram with a point upwards and the dancing child shows that he has the heart of a child; in the reversed pentagram the meaning seems to suggest he has dominion through will; the final pentagram again points upwards, showing his acceptance of a governing cosmic law. ....
Bereshith wrote:While I accept literalists as brothers, I refuse to argue with them about abstract and symbolic art.
Surgo wrote:Bottom line: there is no hexagram on the card, period.
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