Okay, remember your question? Well, think of it as Spielberg doing Star Wars...



This first card is the card of your Past-- it is the old Star Wars Trilogy we all know and love, and can pretty much recite by heart by now. Long Ago In a Galaxy Far Far Away...

Card #13: Death--Christopher Reeve


Christopher Reeve at work.
"On Memorial Day weekend, 1995, my world changed forever"-Christopher Reeve, in "Still Me". The Death card of the Tarot implies major transformative life change, the kind of experience that completely changes your world. The bigger the change, the more frightening, but also the larger the inherent lessons.



The second card is where you are today, your Present; it's the current status of the New Trilogy, being produced at this very moment.

4 of Cups: Depression--Judy Garland


Judy ponders her life.
The Four of Cups reflects the fact that creativity, genius and madness are often only different profiles of the same gift. It can be as difficult to control one's own spirals into depression as it is to control one's own bursts of creative genius.



The third card is the Future, the long-term vision for your question that right now exists only in the mind of God (or Steven).

8 of Swords: Disillusion--Humphrey Bogart


Charlie's been burnt one too many times.
The Eight of Swords represents Disillusion. This is the card of the cynic, the person who's seen it all and doesn't trust any of it. Remember: disillusionment can itself be an illusion. Just because you're a cynic doesn't mean you're right.





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