II - The High Priestess


A card of change, transition, and cycles. Also a card of oracles, deep seeing and dreams.

Author Commentary:

Fell back on Harry Potter sets again for this card - the character of McGonigal, with her shape-changing magics, fit well with the "established" meanings.

And the generic "female witch" imagery works for those who don't recognize the LEGO mini-figure.

Note that the background is shared with the Queen of Wands - these two cards flip-flopped on deck placement a few times before coming to rest. While McGonigal would have balanced Dumbledore as the King/Queen of Wands, I wanted to keep Hermione in the court cards with Ron.

In the long run, though, it was the card's divinatory meanings that finalized placement.

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