Jolanda Tarot (AGMüller, 2008) is definitely a strange one!
Here we have the Six of Pentacles. Instead of a merchant giving out alms, or some other interpretation of generosity, charity and/or sharing, we have an anthropomorphic bull. He stands on a coin inscribed with a woman's face, and his weights bar holds two coins with the six-pointed Star of David symbol. Above the bar is another golden coin with a sunflower on it. And in the strange, rocky landscape, around which a few little rock people wander, we see another two coins with a moon on the left one and an eye on the one on the right.
What to make of all this? One thing I see is that we can only carry a load with support, from others and our environment. Another thing is that our faith can give us strength. Thirdly, we could say that we need to exercise to stay in shape - be that exercising our faith, our mind or our body.
Well, I'll definitely be making time to exercise my body today: I'm planning a mellow pilates workout for today. And hopefully I'll exercise my mind, too, as I've meditated every single day for the last six weeks now! I'll also be relying on the support of my Dear One as we take Big Boy off for an excursion somewhere.
I am grateful for the strength to persevere.
Thinking of the abundance of coins here also reminds me of the two giveaways that are currently running: the TABI competition to win a mini Under the Roses Lenormand (details here). And the Tarot x Lenormand Giveaway brewing all over the interwebs, find out about it here!