The Devil we don’t know

The Devil we don't know

“Better the devil you know than the devil you don’t,” meaning that, when forced to decide, it’s better to choose a difficult or undesirable option that one is used to or familiar with rather than an unknown person or thing.
The devil you know is something or someone bad, unpleasant or uncomfortable that you are familiar with and have accommodated yourself to or can cope with.
The devil we don’t know represents our unconscious fear of the unknown and anything that is new – unfamiliar.

There are several Tarot cards that most readers Read more The Devil we don’t know

The Hermit in Botticelli’s Temptations of Christ

The Hermit in Botticelli’s Temptations of Christ

The Hermit in Botticelli’s Temptations of Christ

The Temptations of Christ is a fresco by the Italian Renaissance painter Sandro Botticelli, executed in 1480–1482 and located in the Sistine Chapel, Rome.
In 1480 Botticelli, together with a couple other Florentine painters, left for Rome, where he had been called as part of the reconciliation project between Lorenzo de’ Medici, the de facto ruler of Florence, and Pope Sixtus IV. The Florentines started to work in the Sistine Chapel as early as the Spring of 1481.
The theme of the decoration of the Chapel was a parallel between the Stories of Moses and those of Christ, showing the continuity between the Old and the New Testament. It also was meant to prove the continuity between the divine law of the Tables and the message of Jesus, who has chosen Peter, the first bishop of Rome, as his successor. This would finally result in the legitimation of the latter’s successors, the popes of Rome. Read more The Hermit in Botticelli’s Temptations of Christ

Morality and Knowledge

Tarot of Cyclicity The Devil

Tarot of Cyclicity The Devil
The degradation of morals is a perversion of the will. The degradation of knowledge is a perversion of the intellect. Read more Morality and Knowledge

The Devil

Traditional Divinatory Tarot, The Devil

Traditional Divinatory Tarot, The Devil Fortune-telling interpretation:
Upright: force majeure, great movement, vehemence, extraordinary efforts, strength, exceptional power, Powers, energy, impulse. Moments of genius. Robbery, violence, physical work.
Reversed: lightness, weakness, smallness, failure.

Greek mythology associates Sagittarius with the centaur Chiron, who mentored Achilles, the Greek hero of the Trojan War, in archery.
Sagittarius, the half-human and half horse, is the centaur of mythology, the learned healer whose higher intelligence forms a bridge between Earth and Heaven. Also known as the Archer, Sagittarius is represented by the symbol of a bow and arrow.

Upright: wisdom, adventure, confidence, generosity, expansion.
Reversed: unreliability, restlessness, insensitivity, self-righteousness.

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