The Sun (Tarot card)
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An infant rides a white horse under the anthropomorphized sun, with sunflowers in the background.
- In the Mythic Tarot deck, the Sun is depicted by Apollo.
- In the rail shooter The House of the Dead III, a giant flower-based boss-like mutation is named after this tarot card. All bosses in the series are named after the Major Arcana cards.
- In the SNES video game Ogre Battle: The March of the Black Queen, the Sun Tarot card depicts a swimsuit-clad woman and a nearly-nude man standing back-to-back raising and extending their arms toward the sun, with the woman facing toward the camera. On drawing the card after liberation of one of the towns, it changes the time of day to noon, and also heavily damages all characters in both units who have very low alignment while slaying the undead when used in battle.
- In the JoJo's Bizarre Adventure arc Stardust Crusaders, while the group is in the Sahara Desert, the excessive heat of the sun (even by the location's standards) made them suspect that it was a Stand. Indeed, the Sun they were under was a replica of the real sun, secretly controlled by minor antagonist Arabia Fats.
- Along with other Major Arcana, the Sun is a playable character in Data East's puzzle video game series, Magical Drop.
- The Sun card, along with the other Tarot cards of the Major Arcana, appears in the 2011 video game, The Binding of Isaac, and its 2014 remake, The Binding of Isaac: Rebirth, where they act as consumable items with varying effects.
- Waite, Arthur (1911). The Pictorial Key to the Tarot. London: W. Rider.
- Wood, Juliette (1998). "The Celtic Tarot and the Secret Tradition: A Study in Modern Legend Making". Folklore 109: 15–24. doi:10.1080/0015587x.1998.9715957.
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