Choose a Sun card for this Daylight Saving

Let us know which card you choose—post a comment!

The Sun brings matters into the open, and makes them visible. It symbolizes clarity and enlightenment, exuberance, warmth, and vitality.  I’ll gladly take an extra hour of sun over an hour of sleep! How about you?

Universal Waite, The Sun The Bohemian Gothic, The Sun Tarot of the Southwest Sacred Tribes, The Sun

Thoth Tarot, The Sun Russian Tarot of St. Petersburg Feng Shui Tarot, The Sun

The Sun cards are from the following decks: Row 1—Universal Waite, The Bohemian Gothic Tarot, Tarot of the Southwest Sacred Tribes, Row 2—Thoth Tarot, Russian Tarot of St. Petersburg, Feng Shui Tarot.

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11 Responses to “Choose a Sun card for this Daylight Saving”

  1. fibrofighters Says:

    I love the wide varieties of Tarot card art you offer on your blog…it’s so fun to see all of the many interpretations. With regard to the specific post above, I find myself partial to the last card; the Feng Shui Tarot sun card.

  2. Cathy Says:

    I agree. The main reason I keep coming back to this, is to see the variety of beautiful cards! I missed the change to Daylight Saving – for which part of the world was this, the US?

    I chose the card from the Bohemina Gothic deck. I like the way the sunlight streams down from above. It spells out enlightenment to me and the pony is simply a beautiful piece of art!

  3. Cathy Says:

    P.S. I hope you don’t mind if I post my choice to my blog? I will absolutely and always link back to the original page, i.e. you! If you do mind, please let me know and I will remove the image from my blog.

  4. Susan Gold Says:

    FibroFighters,

    That Feng Shui deck is beautiful–the colors are so vibrant. I’ve been having fun including more decks on the blog, and I’m glad to hear that you have enjoyed the art.

    It has been inspiring to see the great work you are doing over there at fibrofighters.com!

    Susan

  5. Susan Gold Says:

    Hi Cathy,

    Forgive me for acting as if the world revolves around the United States! According to the website, http://webexhibits.org/daylightsaving/b.html:

    “The U.S. begins Daylight Saving Time at 2:00 a.m. local time on the second Sunday in March and reverts to Standard Time at 2:00 a.m. local time on the first Sunday in November. DST is not observed in Hawaii or Arizona, with the exception of the Navajo Nation, which does observe DST, even in Arizona.”

    I’d be delighted to have you post your choice to your blog. If you’d like, I could put your URL under my non-tarot-related blogroll. Let me know. You’ve got a nice journal going!

    I told my husband that I was posting Sun cards for Daylight Saving Time, and he asked to see the Bohemian Gothic Sun–he couldn’t imagine how such a dark deck would interpret it.

  6. Sonia Says:

    I have to say that I’m attracted to the curiosity and wonder expressed by the figures in the Southwest Sacred Tribes deck.

    I think the little boy in the Bohemian Gothic deck is very much a little boy, impatient and reluctantly doing things only because he’s asked to; he seems to me to say, “Okay, I’ve had my picture, can I come down now?”

  7. Cathy Says:

    Hi Susan,

    that’s ok, you naturally go with what is close to you. Just because I work in three different time zones doesn’t mean you have to… 🙂

    Thanks very much for letting me post artwork from your site to my blog and you can certainly add my URL to your blogroll. Thanks again!

    I love the themes you pots every week, the fairytales especially got me started on memory lane!

  8. jan Says:

    i was drawn to the Bohemina Gothic deck also

  9. Susan Gold Says:

    I love hearing everyone’s choices!

    Nice to see you here again, Jan.

    Sonia, yes! That little boy does look like he’s reluctantly behaving for a photo–great interpretation!

  10. Susan Gold Says:

    Cathy, I’ve got your link up. It’s neat that you are posting your reflections. To clarify, I don’t have the right to grant permission to post the artwork. I sure wish I had created all those incredible images! However, I have found that most publishers allow the images to be reproduced as long as credit is given. Their sites often offer guidelines.

  11. Choose a Sun card for this Daylight Saving « Cathepsut’s Weblog Says:

    […] Choose a Sun card for this Daylight Saving Filed under: LiveJournal Posts, Tarot Card-for-the-Week — cathepsut @ 2:49 pm “The Sun brings matters into the open, and makes them visible. It symbolizes clarity and enlightenment, exuberance, warmth, and vitality. I’ll gladly take an extra hour of sun over an hour of sleep! How about you?” (link here or click on the pic) […]

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