What is hidden below the surface? A new way to learn tarot.

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There is no questioning that tarot is a visual medium. Yet we spend a lot of time ascribing words to these works of art. The problem is that language by its nature limits and excludes so that it can create a definition. I think we should let the art do the talking. In my deck, Tarot Waiting to Happen, I started a process of using art to question our assumptions about the traditional meanings of the cards. In this weekly series I am going to share images of the cards intended to invoke questions rather than produce answers.

If you accept this challenge please share your interpretation of the artwork I share. Even better would be to come up with a question you think this card is asking us and share that.


Will you go for a swim with the Queen of Wands?

People think of the Queen of Wands as being bold, direct and empowered – and she certainly can be. Yet she also has a watery and hidden side. It can be the source of her power or her downfall.

What do you think the Queen of Wands will find in that chest under the sea?

What do you think the Queen of Wands will find in that chest under the sea?

Andrew McGregor

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1 comment on “What is hidden below the surface? A new way to learn tarot.”

  1. Deanne

    Queen of Wands. There is Gold of the self buried in the chest that rests in the sea of the subconscious. These are the noble traits that our ego is not strong enough to live consciously. Our unlived potential. There are many unlived aspects of our potential in our shadow self waiting to be claimed and bought up to the conscious self.

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