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A photo of Death from the Shadowscapes Tarot

Tarocchi Fool’s Journey: Card 13 (Death)

Death has come for the Fool, but not necessarily in a literal sense. All things come to an end, and the Fool accepts that his old ways of living and being need to be cut away to make room for change.

A photo of The Hanged Man from The Elemental Power Tarot

Tarocchi Fool’s Journey: Card 12 (The Hanged Man)

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The Fool struggles to free himself, but as he slowly relinquishes control, he feels a sense of serenity. By surrendering instead of struggling, he starts seeing his situation from a new perspective.

A photo of the Justice card from the Hush Tarot

Tarocchi Fool’s Journey: Card 11 (Justice)

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At this point, the Fool realizes that everything in the world keeps its own balance. Every action has consequences, and he begins to act with a better sense of Justice, fairness, and integrity.

The Hermit card from the Fountain Tarot

Tarocchi Fool’s Journey: Card 9 (The Hermit)

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Tthe Hermit in the Fountain Tarot shines a light at the edge of the woods. He is alone, but he stands tall and resolute as he seeks answers in the darkest, most isolated parts of his soul.

Photo of The Chariot card from the Nightmare Before Christmas Tarot

Tarocchi Fool’s Journey: Card 7 (The Chariot)

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The Chariot is traditionally illustrated with two steeds—one black, one white—to indicate the control the charioteer has over two opposing forces. Jack Skellington, Pumpkin King of Halloweentown, perfectly embodies this.

A photo of the Emperor card by Yoshitaka Amano

Tarocchi Fool’s Journey: Card 4 (The Emperor)

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Yoshitaka Amano’s Emperor is an imposing figure indeed, with a stern look on his face and an equally stern-looking bird of prey by his side, both watching every movement with sharp eyes.