Three of Disks
All NSFW content is disabled. Click here if you want to enable it.I was talking with my friend I5Spiders about the Tarot Cards quite a bit lately, in particular about the Thoth Tarot deck created by Aleister Crowley, so these talks inspired me to try making a couple of cards with Yunia related design and stories.
Hope you'll enjoy them! ^-^
Theme: Work / Peasants
Yunia Card Suit: Abs (Strength)
Card Suit: ♦ / Disks
Peasants are the reason why everyone has a melon or two in the house, as well as hot buns, honey pots and other yummy stuff.
The muscled hostler Garrett, his sis Collie with the dog's collar and her gf, the busty dairymaid Erika, who all normally have three completely different works and only meet in their spare time, but today they teamed up to do some important seasonal works together.
After finishing a bunch of stuff they decided to take a break to enjoy a first taste of victory, as well as some milk. All three of them are looking around at the field of works, realizing how much yet needs to be done. The girls are feeling a bit sloppy after a first gain was won, though Garrett seems to be fully ready to proceed, ready to undertake even difficult tasks.
The three figures symbolize body, mind and spirit. None of these three can be left out. Only through their combined and balanced use will you see the visible results (the stack of hay). The energies of different planes are united by their common goal.
While full nudity is very common and acceptable in the countryside, it may also be perceived as an allegory on the material which still hasn't lost the touch with the divine. Despite leading a simple, materialistic life, the Peasants haven't lost the contact with their original nature. They're neither shy of their nudity, nor disturbed or aroused by it.
We often stop to observe what we've achieved so far and this observation process may often leave us feeling too content with the first little gain, but some readiness to work more steadily might be worth it!
1. Aleister Crowley. "The Book of Thoth."
2. Gerd Ziegler. "Tarot. Mirror of the Soul."
3. Raven's Tarot Site.