0. The Fool

Beginnings, Possibilities


A young man in colourful clothes, a pack tied to a staff, a small dog at his heel. He stands close to the edge of a cliff.


With all his worldly possessions in one small pack, the Fool travels he knows not where. So filled with visions and daydreams is he, that he doesn't see the cliff he is likely to fall over. At his heel, a small dog harries him, or tries to warn him of a possible mis-step.

Divinatory Meanings

Infinite possibilities, new beginnings, change, renewal. Light-heartedness, carefree, optimism or naivety. Daydreams. A caution to watch one's step.


Folly, carelessness, vanity. Being stuck, without inspiration.

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