|Joined: ||Wed Sep 12th, 2007|
|Location: ||United Kingdom|
It’s not strength but chariot.
I admit, the second one is a bit abstract.
In the lower left corner is the classical image according to Eliphas Levi. Now place yourself inside the chariot and look outside, while the two “horses” go in different directions and twist and dilate space and time.
Oh I recognise the image from Levi - and I like the abstractness; it is just that that very aspect of it - the abstractness - sets it apart from the other cards we've seen so far, and that might mean the deck hung together less well ?