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The Sun

by sunshineluvr

Card Meaning
Artistic Media
Artist's Bio


Using yellows, golds, oranges in colours creating a warming glow throughout the card and reflecting onto the seeker. These are colours of constancy.


The Sun itself signifies male energy and the energy for things to grow. It is almost flowerlike in image. A single Queen bee at the heart of the hive signifies production and the female aspect, working together with the male aspect. The bee represents dignity and good success.

The butterfly signifies transformation, and the bright colours of South America. A snail signifies the motto, "Slow growth turns into productive outcomes" and represents Europe. An ant represents North America. It signifies a workaholic attitude. Adding of more weight to your shoulders. Never stopping. Achieving ambitions. Flying bees depict Asia; with simplicity wisdom is achieved.

Honey dripping out the hive as a balm over the grassy Earth. Giving from fruitfulness, out of abundance. Honey represents prosperity and honour. Earth represents abundance and wealth.

The garden theme gets us back to our roots. Simplistic, and nothing overdone. The flowers represent joy, consolation, and pleasure. In the background is pictured a honey hive, which signifies the world. We need to remember how to work together, and have unity. We may be individual but we're all working to reach an accomplishment. The hive represents undertakings that need to be completed for a successful conclusion. The world continents represent success to a project if you only apply yourself seriously to it.

Card Meaning

Precision, new opportunities, reality, contentment and openness. Exposing oneself to the light and understanding the knowledge.

Artistic Media

Mixed media: watercolours, colour pencils, and pend and ink.

Artist's Bio

Sunshineluvr is a just a traveler on her current path. She has felt a connection to divination since she was a small child, and is reconnecting after all these years and dusting off her mind to remember things she once knew well, while learning more abd having better clarification now. She finds herself studying more the subjects of tarot, gnomes, herbs, trees, animal guides, spirit guides, angelic healing, shamanism, goddesses, dream interpretation and past lives. May inspirations be gifted to you.

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