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VI. The Lovers

In some traditions, the Lovers represent relationships and choices. Its appearance in a spread indicates some decision about an existing relationship, a temptation of the heart, or a choice of potential partners. Often an aspect of the Querent’s life will have to be sacrificed; a bachelor(ette)’s lifestyle may be sacrificed and a relationship gained (or vice versa), or one potential partner may be chosen while another is turned down. Whatever the choice, it should not be made lightly, as the ramifications will be lasting. (from Wikipedia)

Hooray! Another Hannibal tarot card is ready to be printed. I was tempted not to post it, but today is my birthday and we must celebrate!

There are a lot of symbols here, and I hope you will spot them all comparing this version with the original Tarot of Marseilles!

Please, don’t repost! Just reblog, thanks :)

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  • Hannibal:

    Look at this dog. Will would like that dog.

  • Hannibal:

    Look at that plaid shirt. Will would like that shirt.

  • Hannibal:

    Look at this God awful cologne. Will would like that cologne.

  • Bedelia:

    You need to stop.

  • Meanwhile...

  • Will:

    Look at this thing I cooked.

  • Will:

    Look at this plaid jacket I bought.

  • Will:

    I'm wearing different cologne.

  • Will:

    Opera's kind of good, actually.

  • Will:

    What do you mean I have a problem.