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The Fool is young and inexperienced.
Excitedly he goes on his journey. Overdressed, distracted and not aware of the risk, downfall and danger that is right before him.
The Magician is The Fool’s teacher, who shows him the 4 tools that he needs to master.
This sparks The Fools inquisitive nature as he begins his journey.
The High Priestess is another teacher who tell the fool to use his tools wisely before jumping into situations and to pay attention to the signs around him.
The Empress is The Fool’s mother.
She shows compassion and clothes The Fool with the red robe she had tucked away so long ago, for her son's return home. The Fool can now meet the next person with dignity.
The Emperor is The Fool’s Father
He sees his son for what he is under his red robes. Showing the importance of authority and discipline. He fends his son The Fool to the person who will help him next.
(The Hierophant is the Church.)
The Hierophant demonstrates to The Fool the importance of tradition and to do what is right in the eyes of God laws of man.
"Get a wife and job Fool"
The Lovers is an arranged marriage.
She loves The Fool but The Fool is only willing to go a little more the halfway up the hill for her which is displayed by his hand, while her hand is at the peek, as she looks up towards the angel for help.
The Chariot teaches The Fool about making up their mind, keeping the course, and making victory non-optional.
Strength is a strong figure who demonstrates to The Fool the power of quiet confidence.
The Hermit encourages The Fool to seclude himself and think introspectively of all these lessons.
The Wheel of Fortune is when The Fool realizes life is made of cycles! Nothing is ever the end.
Justice teaches The Fool how to be rational and fair.
The Hanged Man is when The Fool decides to turn upside down and inspect life from a different perspective. He is changed by this experience.
Death clears out the old and brings in the new, originally to the dismay of The Fool, but then he sees the inherent value in Death.
Temperance shows The Fool how to put opposites together to create a third, powerful, balanced force.
The Devil is a dark figure who brings to light the addictions The Fool has been subjecting himself to.
The Tower is the collapse of everything The Fool previously thought. Despair but chance to start anew.
The Star represents the quiet healing period of The Fool.
The Moon shows The Fool that most of their troubles are illusions fabricated in the mind.
The Sun is a new bright beginning.
Judgement is when The Fool learns self-forgiveness and how to move on.
The World is the final turn of the cycle. The Fool is complete. The World is theirs.