A Tarot Spread drawn from Emerson’s Nature

Nature

Ralph Waldo Emerson in his times

The Magician (depicting Emerson) and the Wheel of Fortune for the American Renaissance Tarot. The Wheel of Fortune is inspired by a humorous sketch of Emerson’s “transparent eyeball” made by Transcendentalist poet, Christopher Cranch.

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Thea Wirsching is a scholar and Evolutionary astrologer based in Long Beach, California. You can learn more about her services at www.theplutobabe.com.

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Thea Wirsching

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Thea Wirsching is a scholar and Evolutionary astrologer based in Long Beach, California. You can learn more about her services at www.theplutobabe.com.

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