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Larry Butterworth

San Diego, United States

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Small 6.9" x 12.0"
Medium 10.4" x 18.0"
Large 13.9" x 24.0"
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Keywords for this image:angel, chains, deathcard, major arcana, skeleton, snake, supernatural, transformation, symbolism, tarot deck, tarot reading, metamorphisis, rebirth, larry butterworth, digital tarot, submerged, life horizon

I always wanted to do a interpretation of one of the Tarot Cards or maybe even the whole deck sometime if I get the energy. Anyway I don’t know why I started with the death card it just turned out that way.

Arcana, does not mean physical death. Rather, the Death card portrays symbolic death-a change or transformation. Often, it heralds the end of a familiar or more comfortable mode. It conveys a release which is necessary for growth and expansion. Perhaps it even brings a whole new set of principles which will guide you spiritually, emotionally, psychologically or financially. Joseph Campbell, author of A Hero with A Thousand Faces, describes times of personal change as periods when “The familiar life horizon has been outgrown; the old concepts, ideals, and emotional patterns no longer fit; the time for the passing of a threshold is at hand.” The sunrise depicted in the background of the Death card holds the promise of the transformation which is about to take place: the death of the old self, but also the dawning of a new day. The Death card is a cue that you are at a “threshold”-a crossing into a new phase, unbounded by the past. The Tarot’s Death Card: A Symbol of Transformation
Geraldine Amaral As published in Nexus – Colorado’s Holistic Journal

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