Psychic Tarot Oracle Deck by John Holland is titled "Truth".
This is the author's reworking of the Judgement card, and what a difference there is! A heavily-robed figure stands with his back to us on one plate of a set of scales. In front of him we see the other plate, and beyond that an arch leading to a starry sky. The scales hint at the myth of Ma'at, the Egyptian deity said to weigh our hearts after we die to see if we have been pure of intention, and thus worthy of a happy afterlife. We cannot see what is on the other side of the scales, but it seems to balance with the figure in the foreground. Whew, no getting eaten by a crocodile god, then :)
What I see here, then, is the suggestion that truth, honesty and integrity are the path to new horizons, to our own Higher Self. It makes me think of the saying that the truth will set us free.
Today I see counselling clients. This reminds me that truth is so very subjective, and often not easy to face. And yet, owning our own truth is paramount if we are to feel empowered and connected in our lives.
I am grateful for the willingness to face hard truths, with the support of kind others.