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BIT Tarot Challenge: Plants in Hands

Plants Hands It's time for another Back in Time (BIT) Tarot challenge!

What card do you associate with this image? Why?

I'd love to hear your insights and add more interpretations to my own Tarot toolkit!

P.S. If you'd like a fun introduction to my BIT Method, check out this post, and to see how the BIT Tarot challenges work, read this post. You can also explore more about the BIT Tarot Method by using the BIT Tarot Snapshots category to the right or at this link. The book that started it all? My Back in Time Tarot!

-- Janet Boyer, author of Back in Time Tarot, Tarot in Reverse (Schiffer 2012) and the Snowland Tarot (Schiffer 2013) 


Chloe McCracken

I'll go with 4 of Wands. The beginnings of something beautiful, 4 trees, a celebratory planting day, the foundation of something that will grow to be nourishing.

Janet Boyer

That is so insightful, Chloe! Makes perfect sense. When I look at it, I think of the Ace of Wands (or Coins): Those plants are uprooted, and if they aren't planted and watered soon, they will die. Just like the Aces, if we don't take the element and run, it will vanish away with the clouds.

The BIT Tarot Method never ceases to amaze me. When I hear other's insights into the same thing we're "looking" at, I take away fresh perspectives I can add to my own Tarot dictionary.

Thanks so much for stopping by and sharing what you see!

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