The four Aces (Tarot deck project)



For 25 years I am working on a book about the Tarot. Finally I’m very close to finish the project. Meanwhile I started working also on a board game based on the Tarot deck.
Originally I planned to use the traditional Reader-Waite-Smith deck, but ultimately I changed my mind and I decide it to create my own deck.
For several years I was trying to convince artists to create together a new tarot deck, but eventually I had to do it on my own. These are the four Aces.

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The 4 Aces represent the 4 cardinal points, the 4 seasons, respectively the 4 major astronomical events, the 2 equinoxes and the 2 solstices.
The Ace of Wands represent the Spring or March Equinox, The Ace of Cups represent the Summer or June Solstice, the Ace of Swords represent Autumn or the September Equinox and the Ace of Disks represent the Winter or December Solstice.
Generally, the Aces represents opportunities, impulses coming from the outside, those type of things we can’t control, but we can take advantage or we can miss. However, if the card is in reversed position they signify setbacks, missed opportunities, respectively delays in our plans.
The Ace of Wands represents action.
Straight (Upward), the card signifies that it’s time to start something, to begin a new project or relation, it’s an opportunity for doing something new, something different, to take risks and explore new possibilities, be experimental.
Reversed may be a warning to don’t risk anything for now, be precocious, plan everything carefully and don’t step outside your comfort zone, follow the known paths and patterns. It also may signify setbacks in whatever you have planned to do.
Translated to a time period, the Ace of Wands represent Spring, respectively the period between 21st March and 21st June. It’s also represents West.
The Ace of Cups represents emotions.
Straight (Upward), the card signifies changes in your emotional relationships, may represent a new friend or partner on the horizon.
Reversed signifies a breakup or a missed opportunity to make a new friend or partner.
Translated to a time period, the Ace of Cups represent Summer, respectively the period between 22st June and 22st September. It’s also represents South.
The Ace of Swords represent thoughts, respectively spiritual matters.
Straight (Upward), the card signifies new, sometimes ground-breaking ideas, possible revelations, death and reborn, finding new spiritual paths, respectively evolution to the next level, transcendence.
Reversed signifies bad ideas, wrong choices, fears.
Translated to a time period, the Ace of Swords represent Autumn, respectively the period between 23st September and 21st December. It’s also represents Est.
The Ace of Disks represents material and practical matters.
Straight (Upward), the card signifies the materialization of the things we started. We took action with the Ace of Wands, we get attached emotionally with the Ace of Cups and we think it through with the guidance from the Ace of Swords. The Ace of Wands represents the materialization of all this spiritual – and alchemical – process, it’s the fruit of all of our effort. Without this final stage, the whole process is meaningless.
Reversed signifies failure, the impossibility to finish what we started, material losses.
Translated to a time period, the Ace of Disks represent Winter, respectively the period between 22st December and 20st March. It’s also represents North.

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