Sun and Moon Tarot (U.S. Games, 2010) is an interesting one. At first glance, it seems to owe allegiance to no-one. Although the title is the same as in Crowley's Thoth, visually the image is extremely different from the slime-dripping cups painted by Lady Frieda Harris. It doesn't reflect the RWS tradition of cups with different things peeping out of them, either.
Here, a couple seem to tread water in a sea where seven cups float down towards the seabed, trailing bubbles. Quite unlike the RWS, it seems more as though their choices are slipping away from them, rather than having too many. It also doesn't seem overtly debauched: they are both fully dressed (which isn't true of all the denizens of this deck), although wrapped in a passionate embrace. However, they are so caught up in one another that they pay no heed to the sinking cups, locked in their own little world of all-consuming emotions, with only their heads just above water. Perhaps this is the debauchery - being blind to everything else because of the intoxicating emotions in us.
On the more positive side, I see this card suggesting being really passionate about something, willing to immerse yourself in it. The crescent moon suggests that this focus will allow something to grow.
For myself, I can imagine plunging into some creative pursuits today, things that engage my emotions. I guess that might also be seen as being a bit debauched, when I should be focusing on paperwork. Ah well...
I am grateful for creative ideas and the time to pursue them.