This card is associated with attained knowledge. An infant rides a white horse under the anthropomorphized sun, with sunflowers in the background. The child of life holds a red flag, representing the blood of renewal while a smiling sun shines down on him, representing accomplishment. The conscious mind prevails over the fears and illusions of the unconscious. Innocence is renewed through discovery, bringing hope for the future.
This card is generally considered positive. It is said to reflect happiness and contentment, vitality, self-confidence and success. Sometimes referred to as the best card in Tarot, it represents good things and positive outcomes to current struggles. (font: wikipedia) And the reversed meaning:
“ The Sun reversed indicates that finding the positive aspects to a
particular situation may prove to be difficult. The clouds may be
blocking out the warmth, and preventing you from feeling as though
everything is on track. You may have experienced setbacks that have
damaged your enthusiasm and optimism and have perhaps led you to
question whether you can really achieve what you have set out to
achieve. You may be feeling depressed, sad or left out. You may be
reluctant to proceed and you are no longer enjoying what you are doing.
Your direction and path ahead may have become clouded or distorted in
some way. Nonetheless, the Sun is never a negative card, so this is only
temporary. The obstacles you see can be easily removed if you put your
mind to it. It may just take a little more effort than usual.On
the other hand, you may be being too positive. That is, your perception
of a particular situation is overly optimistic and unrealistic. You do
not have a good sense of yourself and what you are and are not capable
of. You may have become egotistical and out of touch with whom you
really are. You may not be being truthful to yourself and to others,
instead trying to talk yourself up when you know you cannot deliver. If
this feels like you, then ask others for feedback and to give you a
‘reality check’ ”
(font: biddy tarot)I don’t even know what to think.. if anyone wants to discuss it here, please, fell free to do so
I don’t understand how people try to combine anarchism and Marxism too. they are fundamentally different outlooks and predicated on fundamentally different premises. You can’t find a middle ground between materialism and idealism, you can’t find a middle ground between scientific analysis and utopian hopefullness, you can’t cherry pick parts of one to augment blindness or reluctance to accept parts of another. Politics isn’t a game of identity, it’s a fucking battle, it’s not a challenge of arguing over what’s the most correct it’s a struggle for the political power of conflicting classes.
so i have a lot of thoughts about Hitch, and honestly i have never
really collected or posted them before but i’ve been thinking about her
character a lot lately, and so i decided maybe i should do so. There’s
always been stuff floating around about her, and i never really
resonated too hard with most of the fandom views, so i think i’ll try
putting into my words what i think about her (and some on marlo)
as a character and where her position *may* stand right now (if she
shows up again.) This wasn’t supposed to get so in depth but it did, and hopefull it can help other people see her better than how she presents herself at face value, becuase she is SO interesting.
Here you are! My first ever meta post!
What happens next may shock you! More under the cut!