The Hierophant can represent conformity, structured, formalized education, organized religion or a combination of any or all of them. It can also represent a person or an institution that displays those characteristics. The Six of Wands is about success, leadership, and being acknowledged for your achievements. Reversed, it is more probable that this card is referring to someone who is not much of a leader, and not very successful.
In order to throw away the rule book, you first need a rule book to throw away.
Even though I work with a large number of people in a technology development company, as a writer in that company I can pretty much do my own thing, relatively speaking. As long as the finished product is useful, readable, and on time no one really seems to care how I get from point AContinue reading “The Daily Draw: The Hierophant”
I’m in Dita authoring training all day so I’ll have to see if I can keep this brief. I’m as curious as you are. In Bonfire of the Vanities, Tom Wolfe uses the very descriptive phrase “haemorrhaging money” to describe the constant “necessary” expenditures of the Wall Street player at the center of the novel.Continue reading “The Daily Draw: Ten of Pentacles, Reversed”
Ok, I’ll tell you what we did this weekend if you promise not to laugh or give out to me. You see, my partner’s brother, thinking he was doing us a favour, took our full set of Christmas decorations out of storage at his mother’s house andContinue reading “The Daily Draw: Ten of Pentacles”