And this is exactly why I am not or never will be a “Thoth chick.” The Rosetta Tarot is a beautiful, Thoth-inspired deck, but I gotta have me some pictures on the pips (Minor Arcana), man! I’m not well-versed enough in the symbolism used for this deck to easily read these cards, but for those that are, I’m sure it’s a treasure trove. (That’s why I recommend purchasing the accompanying book if you fall in love with it.)
We do have some symbolism to work with, including the Jupiter glyph, along with the card title of “Victory,” and I know my Waite Six of Wands, so I know this card is about winning. Considering, I probably shouldn’t complain.
Astrologically, the card is connected to Jupiter in Leo. You can hook that up with the idea of a large (Jupiter), public (Leo) victory. So we’re still in pretty bright weather overall. Tarot sixes are often a cooperative enterprise, and we all know that Leo is quite the showman. So today should be like a victory parade. What’s not to love about that?
Do you have some bows to take at the victory parade?
(Helpful hint: Don’t forget to acknowledge your crew, man. It’s the right thing to do.)
Purchase the Rosetta Tarot from the artist.IShe’s recently come out with a mini-version that fits into a matching tin. How cool is that?