Tarot School Class One: The Fool
Characteristics: In many decks the Fool is represented by a single person standing at the beginning of a path. Typically they are looking out towards the distance, or they are all ready walking along.
In the Dragon Tarot the Fool is a dragon that's dressed a bit like a high stakes gambler, strolling into a casino.In other versions of this same theme, it is a knight who has wandered in to a Dragon's cave with the hopes of challenging the creature for its treasure.
Basic Text Book Meanings
In the upright position the Fool can mean the beginning of a journey. In the literal sense this could represent starting out on an actual trip, or making a move somewhere. In the metaphorical sense the Fool may represent a desire to have all of your basis covered before making a decision about something critical.
In the reversed, or upside down position, the Fool can be a lack of preparation. Having no real direction to go and not preparing yourself properly.
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