Charting A New Course

Six of Swords

The Six of Swords

detached impartiality
changing location
moving from one place to another
letting go
overcoming obstacles
moving on


Enter Enchanteur = Magician

taking a trip
experiencing a change of scene
being uprooted
going on a journey
entering into a new frame of mind

15 responses

  1. I can relate to the idea of looking for new journeys (:

    1. Quests are good June 🙂

  2. I like how the sword handles look like little soldiers. You are leading your army through the realm of Lemuria.

    1. You are right Lori. They do look like little soldiers. And we are most certainly invading Lemuria now that E has arrived. It is good to have her back. She was gone for too long 🙂

  3. There is much action in these two pictures. They tell me that you are moving(marching) forward with determination. Nothing can stop you now. Wonderful work.


  4. much strength in these images, really good images

  5. Glad to hear that E is back.I hope that her respite has given her everything she needs to journey forward. Heather, your drawings (and the number of them) are quite astounding. I see so much strength and even more determination. This is so good to see.

  6. She is so confident!! I love it!

  7. Ooh! Ooh! Ooh! That chick looks se.ri.ous. MY!!! Love it!


  8. New journeys and Madame Enchanteur – this is a very good combination. Lead on!

  9. Wonderful – great to L’Enchanteur back again.


  11. Great energy coming through. Great images, movement.

  12. Thanks so much for all the really positive feedback. It is very good to know that E is back, looking like herself.

  13. Sarah Joyce Bryant | Reply

    I love looking at your drawings. They evoke a sense of power to me at a time when I feel so powerless. I picture myself there in that drawing having the strength to keep moving forward even when everything around me seems to be falling apart. It is definitely necessary for me to chart a new course as mine has crumbled to pieces and even in the process of moving forward learn to let go. Thank you for the inspiration, Heather!

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