Knights are also the court-member of fire, and thus, equally have the passion and drive. The Knight of Rods, or Wands, already eager and energetic, is more driven by energy.
This is an opportunity do really bring depth to your protagonist and your antagonist. If they are completely at odds with one another, then their goals should be at odds. If they’re similar, then it gives the opportunity for conflict within their opposition of each other. Meta conflict, if you will.
I put all the cards together, shuffled them, and divided them into the four piles again in the same manner of the First Operation, though instead of looking through the pile for cards, I gave the pile a little bit of a shuffle before drawing two cards from the top.
First Operation This week I selected the Fool O for the signifier. I chose this because of the aspect of the journey, the open heartedness of the character of the Fool, and the willingness to experience new things. For the First Operation, I found…
The Response was the Reversed Queen of Swords, and what’s influencing her was the Knight of Coins Reversed.
This is a spread specifically designed for those of you who have a concept in mind, but no plot. Or, if you have a character in mind but nothing to do with them, this spread is for you.
In a previous post, I wrote about the benefits of using tarot as a writing tool. I gave step, by step instructions, but I thought I would provide an actual writing prompt so you could see the various ways your 2-card reading can be…