Here’s the Pentalien lifting aloft a prize for he has succeeded, and this card is success. It’s also wealth and beneficence and exchange and riches and selflessness, all of which can be read from the card. https://wordcloudtarot.com/pentacles/6-pentacles-success/
On the fifth Pentacles card, worry, our Pentalien bites his nails, concerned about the loss of his coin, hard-luck and bleakness and loneliness and self doubt and many other things written onto the face of the card in plain English. https://wordcloudtarot.com/pentacles/5-pentacles-worry/
On the fourth Pentacles card, our Pentalien holds aloft a fist, signalling power for that is the name of the card. It also signals humanism and savings and consumerism and rigidity and foundation as you can read from the wordcloud behind it. https://wordcloudtarot.com/pentacles/4-pentacles-power/
The Pentalien is set to work, digging in this case. He is filled with resourcefulness and exceptional perseverance and efficiency leading surely to success. https://wordcloudtarot.com/pentacles/3-pentacles-work/
The second card in Pentacles is called change and represents revolution and polarization and new endeavours. The card features the Pentalien with newly grown butterfly wings, representing metamorphosis. https://wordcloudtarot.com/pentacles/2-pentacles-change/
The Ace of Pentacles shows the birth of the Pentalien, born with a silver coin in his mouth, we see him chewing the cash creatively and successfully. The achievement will surely give the magic baby the power of alchemy and many dollars. https://wordcloudtarot.com/pentacles/1-pentacles-ace/
The King of Cups is a councilor, wise with skilled spiritual teaching and a nice seat. https://wordcloudtarot.com/cups/14-cups-king/
The Queen of Cups represents emotion and psyche and cultivating intellect and metaphysics, as anyone can read from the face of the card. https://wordcloudtarot.com/cups/13-cups-queen/
The Knight of cups, astride his horse, raises his cup in cheers at big ideas, attraction, art and idealism. He’s a thoughtful compassionate realist, and many other easily read things. https://wordcloudtarot.com/cups/12-cups-knight/
The page of cups presents his knight with his prize, a carefree, idealist, witty perceptive alien as you can tell by reading the words surrounding his form. https://wordcloudtarot.com/cups/11-cups-page/
Once Cups has had his fill, he rubs his tummy and licks his lips from satiety. He’s thinking about durability and positioning and gratitude and privacy and all the other things associated with this card which can easily be read from the card’s face. https://wordcloudtarot.com/cups/10-cups-satiety/
Our Cups alien is jumping for joy in “happiness”, he’s also jumping for ecstasy and fulfillment and effort and achievement and many other words easily read from the face of the card by anyone literate. Have moved the whole project over to blender 2.8 so it’s using Eevee now. Faster rendering. Better-organized layout. Improved the…
The 8th cups card is Indolence, and a lazy alien lounges napping on a couch, his drink spilled. The card represents disinterest and laziness and giving up and gloominess and a lot of other things easily read from the card itself. https://wordcloudtarot.com/cups/8-cups-indolence/
When our indulgence grows too much and we end up in the world of debauchery, we may find fantasy and erotic dreams but we will also find paranoia and delusion and immorality and malfeasance. All of this is easy to know in my wordcloud tarot pack, as any tarot beginner can read for themselves. https://wordcloudtarot.com/cups/7-cups-debauch/
The six of cups is called Pleasure, and Cups the alien is pictured pole-dancing. The card represents ecstasy and euphoria and decadence, but also romanticism and innocence and joy. All of which and yet more can be simply read from the card in my amazing easy to use tarot pack.
Poor old Cups has gone and spilled his drink. He’s very disappointed. He’s also suffering form heartache and lethargy and anguish and despair and unhappiness as you can see at a glance at his poor face, and also by reading the words printed handily on the card.
Ah, that’s the life, just luxuriating with in luxury with a cup of wine under a parasol on a beach somewhere. The card signifies a good spiritual reappraisal, passivity and meditation as well as sorrowful tedium. As you can tell at a glance if you can read.
Look at him, he’s got such an abundance of wine it won’t even all fit in fit in his cup. His cup it runneth over. He also has festivities and celebrations and innovation and plentiful adoration and all these other meanings that can be easily read from the Three Of Cups in the revolutionary Wordcloud…
The Two Of Cups, called “Love”, features our alien on bended knee pledging his love with a rose. But he’s also pledging companionship and amusement and interpersonal balance, as you can read written on the words around him.
Aww, look, it’s a little new-born baby of Cups, symbolizing joy and playfulness and birth and eternal spirituality and all the other things written on the card for easy reading without any memorization required.
The final card in the major arcana is often known as “world”, but the trouble with that is that you immediately start to picture it as the Earth from space. But that isn’t what the final major archana card is about. It’s not about a single pathetic little planet floating in an infinite sky. It…
The 20th trump card in my wordcloud tarot deck is Aeon. A departure from the more traditional deck and following instead the lead of the Thoth deck. More traditionally called “Judgement”, that word is still emblazoned bigger than any other in the background here along with era and tine and change and phoenix and atonement…
The 19th card in the major arcana is the Sun, and our alien strides into a sunset. Or is that a sunrise? Images are so hard to interpret. Thank goodness that my Wordcloud Tarot also has things written on it in plain English so you can see at a glance the card is about enlightenment…
What would our super-evolved alien do as he approaches the spiritual heights of the subliminal clairvoyant confusin deceptive disorderly moon? Why get down on all fours and howl at it of course. What else can you do? The clues to the conscious emotions in this card are written on the front in plain text for…
The Star is a card representing the alien’s home. Here here we find him pointing back homewards. The card is about optimism and inspiration and happiness and beauty. It’s about horoscopes too, and divination, but you won’t need to memorize meanings if you can read and own the marvelous revolutionary wordcloud tarot deck.
The Tarot’s “Tower” card is about the collapse of the tower, so it appears as falling with the alien screaming in fear. But you don’t need to remember why he’s screaming with my Wordcloud Tarot Deck, for it’s written there for all to read that the card is about breakdown and destruction and ruin and…
The Devil comes down to my wordcloud tarot deck filled with lies and doubt and fear and materialism and spanking, as any literate person can see at a glance in my revolutionary new deck which will surely monopolize the entire tarot deck market.
The alien evolves again as it passes from “death” and is reborn as “temperance”, a card representing the art of alchemy and synergy and juxtapositions and synthesis, as any literate verbal thinker can tell at a glance without memorizing obscure meanings in my world-changing world cloud tarot deck.
The 13th Trump Card in my Wordcloud Tarot Deck is Death. Also nice things like renewal and breaking-habits and possibilities and expectancy and awakenings… but mostly death and failure and endings. Even the most verbal of thinkers can see this at a glance without taxing their terrible memories with my amazing revolutionary wordcloud tarot deck.
The 12th Trump Card in my Wordcloud Tarot Deck is the Hanged Man. It represents delay and sacrifice and understanding and transformation, as any literate person can see at a glance from this revolutionary tarot deck for verbal thinkers.
Justice is about balance but also about vengeance and so carries both a scale and a sword. It’s also about fairness and karma and duty and belief and humility and obligation, all of which is pretty obvious if you can read and you use my revolutionary tarot deck for the literate.
The tenth major arcana is “Fortune” and most decks show Foruna’s wheel in which someone is strapped to the top and the bottom, their places to be replaced as the wheel turns. But the card is really about luck, and so my alien has a different wheel of fortune. The card is also about cycles…
The ninth card in the major arcana is “Hermit” and references withdrawing from society, contemplation, self-analysis, wisdom and enlightenment and awareness. Thus he carries a lamp, symbolizing the search for truth but you wouldn’t need to know that. “Truth” is written right on the card as well as encoded in symbology, as are the other…
The eighth card in the major arcana is “Strength”, a card with a lot of “self-” in it, self-discipline, self-control, self-awareness, self-worth, self-respect. All the selves here, as you can read at a glance without having to memorize images in my Wordcloud Tarot deck.
The seventh major arcana card is “The Chariot”, a mode of transport of course, giving your life direction and allowing you to express your will and mastery and control over your destination, just like using Wordcloud Tarot gives you mastery and control and direction over your tarot reading since it allows you to just read…
The sixth card in the major arcana is “The Lovers”, and our purple headed alien finds another even more veiny purple headed alien for a loving and erotic embrace. The card represents partnerships and duty and love and romance and trust, as any literate person can see at a glance without having to try and…
The fifth trump card is The Hierophant, and he’s a preacher and an educator and a trainer and a devoted dogmatic disciple as you can tell at a glance with my Wordcloud Tarot deck without having to decode arcane pictures.
As we progress through the major archana, the alien evolves. By the time we reach the Emperor, we have also reached stage two of the alien’s evolution. The emperor represents authority and responsibility and law and lots of other actual words rather than arcane pictures.
Giving birth to a whole new verbal-thinking tarot industry to supplant and disrupt the visual-thinking tarot industry is a huge task, but I am up to it. One card at a time. The Priestess represents motherhood and femininity among other things.
Visual tarot readers will cower in fear at the power of the verbal thinker once they are unleashed upon the visual tarot reading monopoly. The Priestess is a book learner. She devours knowledge.
When my word-cloud tarot deck revolutionizes the tarot industry and liberates it for those who think verbally instead of visually, I will use my powers for good. As does the magician, the first major archana (except for the fool, who is zero)
Most people who try to make a whole tarot deck fail, because there are SO MANY. It takes half a lifetime. But I think maybe with this method I can eventually complete the project, and also revolutionize the tarot industry by freeing it from it’s reliance on visual associative thinkers and allow access for verbal…