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Dragon Tarot -- The Chariot VII
Dragon Tarot by Peter Pracownik
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Pluto Symbol - This glyph resides in the two dragons tails and is the symbol for the Pluto. Pluto is the slowest moving planet and thus is recognized as exerting a generational influence as it moves through each zodiac sign.
With Pluto in Cancer, you're part of the generation that can experience radical changes in its approach to home and family, the role of women and food production. On a personal level, those with Pluto in Cancer tend to be patriotic, family oriented, intuitive and they have a highly developed sense of social trends.
Cancer - Once again we see the prevalent yin and yang symbol. Showing the balance between the sexes as always changing but staying balanced. It can even signify the need for role reversals to maintain said balance.
Dark and light Crescents - This is the waxing and Waning Moon symbols hidden in the rocks cancer lurks behind. The white moon represents the golden dragons ability to create realization of a subtle evolutionary character, the ‘SOLVE’ of the Androgyne. The dark moon tells of his ability to condense subtle forms and also to realize things in the lower sub-planes: ‘COAGULA’S’ law.
Closed top arrow - Hidden in the Golden Dragons grasp is this direct flight arrow comprised if the reigns on the smaller darker and lighter dragons. Lighter as male YODHEVA Darker one female YODHAVA.
Spiritus Dominat Formam - Domination of Spirit Form
Victoria - Victory
Jus Proprietis - Law of Property
Images of the Card
The two smaller dragons look to the ground pulling in opposite directions but remaining close to one another (The two poles of the unique, universal, astral vortex or tourbillon).
Together the dragons scope the rock where the crab (Cancer) hides behind as if trying to protect the human image that hides in the rocks themselves. The rocks look like a woman lying with an open womb for the dragons to seed, and help continue the great cycle of life.
The feminine image in the rock represents the Angel of the Earth as the ideological part of the resistance which earthly karma shows against human strivings. The spirit of the Earth is Evolutionary, but the Angel is Involutionary. The Chariot the dragon rides in is of cubical form, representing the four elements of earth. Then there is the twilight where Sun and stars meet in the skies of Earth (the top and bottom faces of the cube).
There are seven small bubbles, seven large bubbles, seven hazy stars, 14 distinct stars, fourteen visible spokes, and twenty-one flames off the chariot and gold dragon all the add up to eighty-one which equal nine.
The large bubble are big changes, the small are smaller ones.
Distinct stars are strong ideas, and the hazy are lesser ideas.
The large flames are major personal changes whereas the smaller are the less obvious changes.
The Golden Dragon is the offspring of the Lovers Arcanum 6. The image in the rock could be that of Persephone. Who is pulled back up from the underworld in spring to bring the crops back up with her; and then to return to the underworld, taking the crops with her.
The chariot is the vehicle to aid in her return to on from the world. The two Palm trees symbolize: Freedom: Righteousness: Bounty: Resurrection: Victory: Happy Returns. The palm is seen depicted with the High Priestess where it takes on meanings of balance, unification of duality, and ripeness of wisdom.
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