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7 - Snake

by faerylvr

Astrological Symbol Significance

Leo

The symbol for Leo shows that there is energy in everything.

Playing Card Symbol Interpretation

Queen of Clubs

The Queen's crown with the spade underneath it to show that she is more important that the suit.

Artists Personal Symbol

The Apple Tree in the Garden of Eden where temptation was to great for Eve, the first "queen".

Card Description

The snake surrounds the crown of the Queen of Spades, as tears fall from above. There is a light pink background and vibrant oranges, reds and purples in the corners. Greens, golds and light blues dominate the center piece.

Card Interpretation

: The border is done in gold and yellow to show the energy and flowing of a lion's mane (for the Leo symbol). Red and orange tones are used to show fire and energy as depicts the number 7 and the astrological symbol for Leo. Both are vibrant and high passion symbols. Below is the Queen of Spades crown and suit in violet over a purple haze to show that the femininity in the card as well as the cloudiness that comes with the snake symbol. The apple tree is represents temptation from the serpent in the Garden of Eden and shows how the female is often the one tempted. The snake, in bright green, glows out from around the crown showing his contentment at having been able to sneak into the Queen's ear and not be noticed. The crown is duller than one would imagine from the taint of temptation and from being unable to resist. 7 tears, representing the number of the card, are raining down from above. They could be raining down for any number of reasons: disappointment, shame, forgiveness, cleansing or sadness.

Keywords

Temptation, trickery, disappointment. Something is amiss - be wary.

Artistic Media

Pastels and Colored Pencils.

Artist's Bio

Heather Gardener is a married mother of two boys who keeps busy working as a high school vice principal. She has never done anything like this venture before but hopes that this is something new she can add to her plate. Heather's favorite tarot cards… well just about any she can get her hands on. In her spare time she reads, does tarot readings for her friends and family and anyone on AT that wants one and plays video games with her kids. She loves to bake and cook so the house always smells good.

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