In the card immediately following the Moon, the Sun is shining again.
The large star shines brightly on two children, happy and carefree playing ring-a-rosy, in an idyllic setting, often protected by a wall.
Some see a reference to Eden, to the earthly paradise.
What is certain is that in this card the Sun is shining radiantly, unambiguously signaling the end of the state of darkness introduced by the Moon, thus allowing a new generation, a new birth.
It represents the birth of something new, illuminated by God’s creative light.
It often alludes to the attainment of pleasure, to personal conquest, but with more interior nuances than symbolized by the Chariot card. In the case of the Sun card, we will probably achieve a great conquest, and this will also make us feel better than ever before.
Freedom to act, and protection. In the past, we were probably not free to act and behave as we would have liked, and now at last we have the opportunity.
It represents clarity of vision. At last the situation is clear or, even more likely, we have finally got clear ideas about what we want and what makes us feel good.
Serenity in feelings. Above all, these will be shared feelings, and without problems of any kind (without having to keep the relationship hidden, without other people in the way, without being criticized by relatives, without people talking, without any problems whatsoever).
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