Fairy Lights Tarot (Lo Scarabeo, 2013) version is quite unusual.
A Tower sits atop a bluff on a cliff. A path curls up and around to it, down which a number of people and creatures are racing. Presumably, these are the inhabitants of the Tower, now making a run for it as a beam of light strikes the highest point of the building, sending stones crashing down on the rooves and courtyard below. It's interesting, the lightbeam doesn't look like lightning. For one thing, it seems to be an otherwise bright and cheerful day. For another, it is such a straight ray of light, almost more like a laserbeam. Is this attack from a more scientifically or magically advanced group/species? I also find it curious that the Tower's inhabitants include a pig, some geese, and a humongous butterfly.
I rather like the idea of running for the hills. When trouble strikes, sometimes the most sensible idea is to make yourself scarce for a while. That might mean distancing yourself from a person in whose presence you feel bad, or it could mean leaving a situation that doesn't allow you to grow or feel nurtured. And sometimes we have to actually move, while other times we can simply go elsewhere in our thoughts. This isn't always the answer, but sometimes retreat really is the best option.
For me today, I think this is about just getting away from the stresses of home and focusing elsewhere for a time. My Dear One and I are going to meet up with Will Worthington and his wife today, to pick up the final paintings for the Celtic Lenormand. If that doesn't distract me from Big Boy's poor sleep and breathing, nothing will ;)
I am grateful to be involved in such a fascinating project.