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THE CHARIOT

Author Comments

The chariot card from a tarot deck i've been working on.

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Nice!
Can you describe the symbolism used?


FaLk responds:

Hey sorry for the late reply, I don't check newgrounds enough.

My version of the chariot shows an anatomical depiction of a man, held within a merkaba with a symbol of earth below his feet, and a symbol of spirit/the seventh chakra above his head. The symbols around him (some can't be seen in this image) are the Hebrew letter Chet, which correlates to the chariot. There is a triangle within a square, which symbolises the union of spirit and matter. A circle with a dot in it, symbolises the sun, and the symbol for cancer, which is the star sign correlating to the chariot.

The chariot symbolises taking action within the world. Moving towards your goal.


I love this type of art, the texture of the muscles and use of color is great! I also love the patterns behind the main scene of eyes and such. Very inspiring and with a lot of symbolic meaning. Thanks for doing this!


FaLk responds:

Thankyou! That means a lot


I love the psychedelic vibes that I'm getting from this! The detail is great and so is the design. It makes me think of some of the artwork that is associated with Tool, which is my favorite band.


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FaLk responds:

Thankyou! Haha Tool is my favourite band too!

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Uploaded
Mar 15, 2017 | 10:17 PM EDT
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