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I said, "you can lie to me, I own what's inside of me, and nothing surprises me anymore".

Posted on 2005.13.10 at 19:25
How I feel about it all: pensivepensive
Soundtrack: Shawn Colvin - Polaroids
Spammity Spam...but I love this, because oh, yes. 'Tis sovery true. This is my card. I actually get all wibbly when I read this. I'll have to remember it when people look at me all funky-like. Which is kind of often. :/


The Fool Card
You are the Fool card. The Fool fearlessly begins
the journey into the unknown. To do this, he
does not regard the world he knows as firm and
fixed. He has a seemingly reckless disregard
for obstacles. In the Ryder-Waite deck, he is
seen stepping off a cliff with his gaze on the
sky, and a rainbow is there to catch him. In
order to explore and expand, one must disregard
convention and conformity. Those in the throes
of convention look at the unconventional,
non-conformist personality and think What a
fool. They lack the point of view to understand
The Fool's actions. But The Fool has roots in
tradition as one who is closest to the spirit
world. In many tribal cultures, those born with
strange and unusual character traits were held
in awe. Shamans were people who could see
visions and go on journeys that we now label
hallucinations and schizophrenia. Those with
physical differences had experience and
knowledge that the average person could not
understand. The Fool is God. The number of the
card is zero, which when drawn is a perfect
circle. This circle represents both emptiness
and infinity. The Fool is not shackled by
mountains and valleys or by his physical body.
He does not accept the appearance of cliff and
air as being distinct or real. Image from: Mary
DeLave http://www.marydelave.com/


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Comments:


robinhoo at 2005-10-14 03:10 (UTC) ()
Um... I was "Death." I know that card means change and transformation and refiner's-fire kind of stuff, but d00d... I was "Death." Should this be happy-making?
try to catch the deluge in a paper cup
primroseburrows at 2005-10-14 09:38 (UTC) ()
Death is a cool card. It's intense.
robinhoo at 2005-10-14 23:40 (UTC) ()
Well, I've been told I'm that.... I took it a second time, because there were some questions I had a really hard time deciding on (like am I more into "reading and writing" or "music, art, and drama," and is my goal "to learn as much as possible" or "to be in love"). Second time around I got The Hierophant. I think I fit both, but neither one completely.
oohlaphlegm
oohlaphlegm at 2005-10-14 19:44 (UTC) ()
Cool! I love The Fool, and that is a very pretty pic. I got the Hierophant:
The Hierophant Card
You are the the Hierophant card. The Hierophant,
called The Pope in some decks, is the preserver
of cultural traditions. After entering The
Emperor's society, The Hierophant teaches us
its wisdom. The Hierophant learns and teaches
our cultural traditions. The discoveries our
ancestors have made influence the present.
Without forces such as The Hierophant who are
able to interpret and communicate traditional
lore, each generation would have to begin to
learn anew. As a force that is concentrated on
our past and our culture, The Hierophant can
sometimes be stubborn and set in his ways. This
is a negative trait he shares with his zodiac
sign, Taurus. But like Taurus he is productive.
His traditional lore can provide a source of
inspiration for the creatively inclined, and
his knowledge provides an excellent foundation
for those who come into their own in the
business world. Image from: Morgan E.
Cauthers-Knox.
http://elfwood.lysator.liu.se/loth/m/o/morganc/morganc.html


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And, yeah, I am a Taurus and a stubborn git! LOL.
peacey at 2005-10-16 15:57 (UTC) ()
From what I know of you, that card is perfect. I too got...

The Hierophant Card
You are the the Hierophant card. The Hierophant,
called The Pope in some decks, is the preserver
of cultural traditions. After entering The
Emperor's society, The Hierophant teaches us
its wisdom. The Hierophant learns and teaches
our cultural traditions. The discoveries our
ancestors have made influence the present.
Without forces such as The Hierophant who are
able to interpret and communicate traditional
lore, each generation would have to begin to
learn anew. As a force that is concentrated on
our past and our culture, The Hierophant can
sometimes be stubborn and set in his ways. This
is a negative trait he shares with his zodiac
sign, Taurus. But like Taurus he is productive.
His traditional lore can provide a source of
inspiration for the creatively inclined, and
his knowledge provides an excellent foundation
for those who come into their own in the
business world. Image from: Morgan E.
Cauthers-Knox.
http://elfwood.lysator.liu.se/loth/m/o/morganc/morganc.html


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I think it's very very much me. Very neat that only 4% of the respondants to the quiz got this card and here you are with a few of your friends getting it.
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