The Star (Tarot card)
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A naked woman kneels by the water; one foot is in the water, one foot is on the land. Above her head a star shines out. In each hand she holds a jug. From one jug she pours a liquid into the water. From the other jug she pours a liquid onto the land. In other, older decks, a woman (or sometimes a man) is simply looking and sometimes gesturing at a large star in the sky.
- A. E. Waite's 1910 Pictorial Key to the Tarot
- Juliette Wood, Folklore 109 (1998): 15-24, "The Celtic Tarot and the Secret Tradition: A Study in Modern Legend Making" (1998)
- Media related to Star (Tarot) at Wikimedia Commons
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