VII - the Chariot
Warrior Queen stands atop a plinth being drawn across a lake
by two swans, one white and one black. A coat of arms is topped
by a winged helmet. In the background is a city.
will only follow the reigns if they want to.
of a team. Pragmatism, collaboration and compromise. A victory
obtained by working with others, not against them. It
is time to analyse the causes of problems you encounter, and
change what you can about yourself in order to overcome them.
Changing one's own behaviour is more likely to succeed than
trying to change the behaviour of others.
Dispute, defeat and possible litigation over a petty matter.
Take care not to let minor disputes become major problems)
card is similar to the Rider-Waite card in many respects, far
more than my original version. I
have used a warrior queen as in many Renaissance decks and swans
instead of the sphinxes of the RW deck, but I think it's still
pretty recognisable. There is a tradition of a deck's creator
putting their initials on the Chariot - and since the black
swan is native to my home state of Western Australia, that can
be my subtle signature :^)