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.
It is a card of valour, for, on the surface, six are attacking one, who has, however, the vantage position. On the intellectual plane, it signifies discussion, wordy strife; in business--negotiations, war of trade, barter, competition. It is further a card of success, for the combatant is on the top and his enemies may be unable to reach him.
Perplexity, embarrassments, anxiety. It is also a caution against indecision.
A dark child.
Loss. Thief. Loss recovered. Loss irreparable.
Success, Gain, Advantage, Profit, Victory
Indecision, Doubt, Hesitation, Embarrassment, Anxiety.
Trifling financial matters
signifies a secret passion, which you will overcome, however, after a struggle of fourteen days.