So apparently, I'm The Devil. And, oddly, I find nothing to disagree with in that assessment.
Back in the early '90s, it seemed that everybody I knew was always wanting to "read the cards" for me. Because my college delving into Existentialism left me jealously guarding my Free Will, I was antagonistic to prediction of the future as limiting to that, so I would decline. However, intrigued as I am with archetypes and Jungian stuff like that, I think it would be cool. I wonder if people still do that.
Or perhaps, the purchase of a deck of Tarot cards and learning how to lay and read them might be a fun hobby.
Heh. Then, in the minds of many Christo-fascists, I would be the Devil.
You are The Devil
Materiality. Material Force. Material temptation; sometimes obsession
The Devil is often a great card for business success; hard work and ambition.
Perhaps the most misunderstood of all the major arcana, the Devil is not really "Satan" at all, but Pan the half-goat nature god and/or Dionysius. These are gods of pleasure and abandon, of wild behavior and unbridled desires. This is a card about ambitions; it is also synonymous with temptation and addiction. On the flip side, however, the card can be a warning to someone who is too restrained, someone who never allows themselves to get passionate or messy or wild - or ambitious. This, too, is a form of enslavement. As a person, the Devil can stand for a man of money or erotic power, aggressive, controlling, or just persuasive. This is not to say a bad man, but certainly a powerful man who is hard to resist. The important thing is to remember that any chain is freely worn. In most cases, you are enslaved only because you allow it.
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