Here are some thoughts/observations on Card I : The Magician.
In Card I the 'Magician' of the Ludy Lescot Tarot puts on a personal display for an audience of kneeling women. He is clothed only in a loincloth and strikes what seems to me a difficult pose, balanced only on the tips of his toes, ankles crossed arms raised and hands clasped beneath his chin. His eyes are closed and he has a serene expression on his face suggesting he has entered some enhanced 'magical' or meditative state. The Magician's capabilities do not end there. When we look carefully we can see that the suit markers around his feet (a sword, a chalice, a golden disc engraved with a pentagram and a stave of wood) are 'magically' floating above the ground (or at least they appear to be from the shape of the shadows that they cast). There is also a yellow glow of light at the Magician's lower abdomen which I discovered from a quick 'google' is the location of the 'manipura' solar plexus chakra (whose colour is yellow) and which is believed to be the centre of personal power, the place of ego , of passions, impulses, and strength, and is also the centre for astral influences and psychic development. The card 'shouts' ability and potential loudly and clearly.
Who exactly are these 'feral' women?
Why do I get the sense that this man is under pressure to perform?
Any other thoughts and observations?