Tarot von Borax: Minor Arcana Suit- TINS
In addition to the suits of
Toast, Forks, and Quills we have discovered TINS Toast= Heart, Fire, Love & Creation Forks= Mind, Water, Thoughts & Intent Quills= the Body, Air, Words & Actions
TINS: Representing the world’s external influence, the element of Earth, material goods, the acquisition of same; the trappings of the physical world. Tins are an entirely human concept; no squid or fox has a canning factory. They contain a mystery: Does the label even truly represent the contents? When you look at an iceberg, at least you see a portion of the mass, but a Tin will require faith until the contents are revealed. They are an attempt to hold what is ephemeral and fleeting, and stockpile a storehouse against the inevitibility of decay and mortality. They can provide lifesaving nourishment when responsibly stored for generous distribution, and represent a worthwhile achievement. Importantly, even if the contents are true and real, if the Tin is never opened, it might as well be empty, and is representative of less than nothing: false hope.
The ACE of Tins: The Promise of hopeful brand new undertakings. The Muse of Tins entices you to drop the cigar on a toothpick, and proceed down that golden road with the potential of Tins within Tins within Tins, each providing a new delight. The Lemon of life prepares to be made into lemonade to accompany your celebratory cupcake, and the ocean of opportunity awaits just beyond that flowered bower. You have a good shot at something, provided you’re willing to take the road and dive into that ocean. II of Tins-Tarot von Borax: Coordination, Balance, Multitasking: It might look entertaining and even a little absurd, but if you think a Two Toucan Can Can-Can is easy to perform, you’re just naive. Plus, the dancer’s skirts indicate they can keep this up for TWICE INFINITY. Not so silly now, is it? Tarot von Borax: The III of Tins: The Troll, The Fairy and the Serpent Queen come from completely different backgrounds, & frankly, they don’t really get along personally, but they’ve produced an excellent product of tinned providencial eyes. Production through collaboration, working together for successful results; COMMUNISM The IV of Tins: Tarot von Borax- Super! You’re powerful with potential and balanced in your possessions- you’ve got it all, and the cards have been in your favor. Don’t be glamorized by your own self- that city needs a hero. V of Tins: Tarot von Borax- Desperation, dire circumstances, and questionable relief available from external sources. It’s going to be a bit of a slog to get through, and you’re going to need to pool your resources. Companionship through strife, togetherness, resilience required. The VI of Tins! Expiation, AKA “Charity.” The Demon rises and offers needful or desirable items. There may be strings attached to some of these gifts, of course, or, possibly, the Demon’s just jaded with all the escalating evil and wants to find a new baseline. Whatever, there’s no shame in accepting something you need. Or maybe you’re the Demon in this card, in which case, thanks for your donation. The VII of Tins! It’s hard work, raising Tinned Kitten Varietals from seed. Your investment of labor begins to bear fruit. Tip: Schrödinger might recommend you open the tins to observe the kittens pretty soon The VIII of Tins: Craftspersonship, mastery through intelligent hands-on work to achieve your TINFINITE POTENTIAL IX of Tins: Tarot von Borax- Luxury, plenty, hoarding, selfishness. The Demon exults with her stock of $erpenTins, as the city burns in the distance. Her falcon’s too fat to hunt and is blindfolded as for execution. The X of Tins: Wealth, contentment, family security as the Tin Man of productive investment goes goleming off to further increase & the matriarch enjoys her earned ice cream and the company of her family. You can make a Tin Man out of a variety of components: This one has heartburn but a beautiful voice, star arms and legs of pure mice. The Oracle of Tins: Tarot von Borax- (Oracle in the TvB takes the place of Page in the PCS/RW, or I guess, Princess in the FH/AC). The Oracle of Tins honestly, openly, nakedly, offers naked Tins, sealed, inscrutable. So, there are two components of a Tin: The Promise and the ACTUAL CONTENTS. The Tins freely offered here aren’t labeled as the Oracle doesn’t believe in, will not attest to, the quality of the promises of mere packaging. They could be full of fruit salad, caviar, cat food, okra, maybe motor oil. Are you going to give it a try? Probably. Early, risky enterprise for profit in a new direction, beginnings of potentially gainful work, best to look to full exposure, naked truth. The Knight of Tins: EVERYTHING MUST BE TINNED! The Knight of Tins, attractively rampant on her Hors D’oeuvres, prepares to methodically Tin every fresh sprout in the field, just as she’s Tinned her own head. It’s convenient for obscuring her true face, too. Aggressive, single-minded pursuit of acquisition, blind endorsement of commerce, fierce sales and marketing. The Queen of Tins (Tarot von Borax) hovers lightly, generously offers her open Tin to bring forth an astounding profusion of new life; roses in the desert. A provider of necessary, nurturing abundance, generosity, giving freely from carefully Tinned, high-quality stores of that which is needful, at the appropriate time. HE KING OF TINS embodies the potential for success in the material world: He is, himself, the product within the Tin, and he opens it from the inside to point positively upwards, and inspires even notoriously fickle pixies. He both bursts from the label and recesses multitudinously within the label, Tins within Tins, treasures within treasures, open, accessible and enthusiastic in generosity, though single-minded in approach, stubborn, and determined of his methodology. Self-worth, self-assuredness, prosperity from multiple sources, influential, exponential increase in material matters, on multiple levels, success.