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Your Self Overall

The Hierophant

Chiron, the wise centaur and tutor to many demigods, is our Hierophant. A lover of tradition and ceremony, he was known for valuing the many positive aspects of conformity. Or, you know, for being an old stick in the mud. But the first one sounded better, didnt it?

Your Current Mood (The Card of Aries)

Knight of Cups

Sea goddess Thetis is our Knight of Cups. The Knight is all about compassionate love, and Thetis showed this repeatedly. Like when she found the lame Hephaestus, after hed been thrown out of Olympus, and nursed him back to health. In gratitude, he later made arms and armor for her son Achilles. Showing compassion to someone now could yield you valuable rewards later.

Matters Concerning Finance (The Card of Taurus)

King of Cups

Born on land but ruling the sea, Poseidon combined the active quality of air with the emotional quality of water, and frequently fought in both realms. Likewise, this is a card for making your emotions work for you in other areas: an actor or musician using emotion to bring realism to a performance, or a businessman using charm and diplomacy at work.

Matters Concerning Travel and Communication (The Card of Gemini)

Eight of Cups Reversed

Most children of the gods got superpowers, good looks, and a home on Mt. Olympus. What did Triton get? A fish tail. But instead of doing the fishy version of emo, he lived it up, siring a whole race of merpeople and stirring up storms with his magic conch shell. Triton was a glass half full kind of guy. And with the Eight reversed, you can be, too.

Matters of the Home, Parents and Children (The Card of Cancer)

The Chariot Reversed

Medea, the driver of our chariot, achieved everything she ever wanted in life through ruthless ambition -- and lost it all the same way. The Chariot reversed warns of the possibility of defeat, especially if the emotions commonly associated with this card are present: rage, ego, selfishness, and bulling tendencies.

Matters of Pleasure (The Card of Leo)

The Sun Reversed

The sun reversed indicates a period when you may be acting under false assumptions. Like an overly bright light, something is blinding you to the reality of the situation, and lulling you into a false sense of security. Everything seems fine -- even wonderful -- but the reality may be very different.

Matters of Health (The Card of Virgo)

Strength

Like Hercules, who completed twelve supposedly impossible labors to win immortality, this card indicates a time in which you can overcome even the greatest of challenges.

Matters of Partnerships and Marriage (The Card of Libra)

Knight of Pentacles Reversed

Demeter gave Triptolemus a dragon-powered chariot that he used to fly about Greece, sharing the idea of agriculture. But not everyone was glad to see him. King Lynkos ran him off, fearing that new methods of gathering wealth might weaken his hold over his people. The Knight reversed warns of similar hide-bound behavior that is impeding progress.

Matters of Death and Inheritance (The Card of Scorpio)

The Six of Wands

This card is about the success that comes through hard work. Even the muses had to practice to get good! But their practice paid off, and so will yours.

Matters of the Spiritual, Education and Dreams (The Card of Sagittarius)

The Devil Reversed

The Devil card reversed warns of being too bound by a sense of propriety to experience the fun in life. Pan up there (who did know how to get a party started) is telling you that there’s an invitation somewhere with your name on it. So grab yourself a drink and a nymph (or satyr) and live a little.

Matters of Career (The Card of Capricorn)

Ace of Swords Reversed

After defeating the minotaur, Theseus agreed to help a friend acquire the beautiful Persephone for a wife. Just one problem: she was already married, and to Hades, god of the underworld! Nonetheless, the two set off and managed to enter Hades kingdom -- only to immediately fuse to the rocks, unable to move. The Ace of Swords reminds that rash action has a cost.

Matters of Friendship (The Card of Aquarius)

Page of Cups Reversed

Eros is more often depicted as a handsome young man than as a chubby child, and its in this guise that he met and fell in love with a beautiful human woman, Psyche. But Psyches sisters were jealous, and attempted repeatedly to break the couple apart. Likewise, the Two of Cups indicates trouble in paradise: arguments, deception, and breakups are possible.

Matters of Burdens, Opposition and Fears (The Card of Pisces)

Knight of Swords

The Chimera, a fire breathing monster, was just slaughtering the hell out of everyone, until a hero named Bellerophon teamed up with Pegasus and rammed a mass of metal down its throat. The fire breath melted the metal, which suffocated the monster and saved the day! Likewise, you now have the intellectual energy to find an answer to the most difficult of problems.

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Karen Chance