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XVIII - the Moon

A smoky-eyed face looks down from a full moon. On a sculpted limestone outcrop, various animals gambol in the moonlight between two white columns. There is a stag silhouetted against the moon, and a greyhound chases a hare up the rocks. A crayfish and crab lurk on the pebbled beach.

My Interpretation: That which wanes will grow full again.

There may be obstacles to overcome, and cycles of good fortune and bad. Struggle through the darkness and glad times will return. Embrace that which darkness can bring, then daylight will return all the sooner.

(Reversed: Hidden threats and enemies. If you have a secret, it may be exposed)

Edit notes: One of my personal favourites. This card is similar to the Rider-Waite card in many respects, far more than my original.

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