Tarot Randomizer, Day Three

Welcome to Day Three (of Seven) of the Tarot Randomizer Group Creativity Experiment!

If you just came across this experiment and wonder what it’s all about, please read the invitation and see this for the very simple rules: the first draw. Please join us!

If you haven’t seen it yet, please take a look at the first amazing gallery of responses to the Knight of Swords!

Again, I’m overwhelmed and overjoyed at the quantity and quality of submissions. I’m in awe to be connected to such wonderfully and diversely creative people.

I also want to extend special thanks to Galen, who is maintaining the #MoFcGe channel on twitter. If you’re not following her, you’re missing out on a lot of amazing creative work!

Here’s the video for today’s draw:

Here is the card for Thursday:


Many decks depict the two of pentacles as someone juggling, and it’s a very personal one (though not this artist’s interpretation) for me as it represents my struggle to find balance in life. Again, here’s Bunning’s interpretation of the symbolism in the Rider-Waite card.

Good luck and happy Friday!


  1. My Day Three contribution is now up on my blog. It’s a poem today.

    I have to repeat. I’m having so much fun with this, and I love seeing all the other contributions.


  2. I wasn’t sure what I was going to do with this, but then I thought about a situation I am in that requires me to find each day a way to balance opposing but equally powerful, maybe even mutually exclusive, impulses. This isn’t exactly autobiographical, but it is kinda.

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