Enigma 665: Occupational hazard - From New Scientist #1820, 9th May 1992 [link] Alan, Brian and Charles have surnames Adams, Brown and Collins (not necessarily respectively) and occupations...
Saturday, February 18, 2006
This is the second of the card images. The first was an ace of a suit (birds), this one however is a ten. I'm not forcing any specific order on these and just going with what comes, as it comes.
This one also happens to be metal. I'm not sure yet what the suits will be or how many cards there will be in a suit. In most Tarot sets there are fifty-six minor arcana in four suits each of 14 cards (10 numbers, 4 court), plus around 22 major arcana cards. As I plan to let this pack simply turn up as it chooses I cannot guarantee I'll be following the normal pattern - there are plenty of packs out there now that do and many that don't. I'll wait and see.
This person with pins stuck in his head is carrying on working; busy, busy, busy, despite his pain. He considers himself a hero to do so.
Yet he receives no healing this way.
What do you think?
Posted by Caroline at 2/18/2006 04:33:00 pm