I’m in the middle of creating the Five’s, those troublesome, conflict-ridden cards. As always, I’m painting them in the order in which we cast a circle in the tradition I use: Air, Fire, Water, and Earth. Here’s the 5 of Air, traditionally the 5 of Swords. We see five eagles screaming and fighting each other for territory. (This image was inspired by a story Craig brought back from kayaking the west coast of Vancouver Island, BC a couple of years ago. From his kayak a few hundred yards offshore, he watched in fascination as two eagles fought each other until one of them was dead.)
The divinatory meaning for this card is: bitter words, arguments, gossip, slander, criticism; hurtful communication, either given or received.
What do you think?
I should have the 5 of Fire posted in a few days.