Pivotal and canonical, this deck defined a new pattern that would be followed up to the present.
Designed by A.E. Waite and Illustrated by Pamela Colman Smith. England, 1911.
Imitation, as, for example, sham fight, but also the strenuous competition and struggle of the search after riches and fortune. In this sense it connects with the battle of life. Hence some attributions say that it is a card of gold, gain, opulence.
Litigation, disputes, trickery, contradiction.
Success in financial speculation.
Quarrels may be turned to advantage.
Gold, Opulence, Gain, Heritage, Riches, Fortune, Money
Legal proceedings, Judgment, Law, Lawyer, Tribunal.
signifies a person high in office, who is well disposed toward you.