Six of Chalices
To me, this is set in a cave, I can see the opening of the cave and it having water, so we are in one of those beach cave things. Could this be about consciousness? Here is a link about the cave I found http://www.bookrags.com/essay-2005/9...562/#gsc.tab=0
and Plato and Freud both have theories on the "cave" of perception (Dr Pierce - *drools*). Combined with the stairs on the left (Receiving energy) and releasing energy on the right, I feel this is about feeling trapped and you are dressed up like a child. This card is about the situation being too much for you and you regress to being a child in their "happy place". This card screams to me "feeling like a clown", embarrassed that things are on top of you. The steps to me indicate that you are not moving in your conscious awareness and you feel everything is on top of you (hence the water). Your emotions are run ragged.
When you feel you are not coping, you feel like you become the kid literally as you feel small and you have nowhere to go. Hence the adult hands and feet, which is still linking you to your adult self.
Six of Pentacles
I thought she was a goth as well?!
Anyways, I see this scene as being a castle's forecourt, or even an enclosed fort. There seems to be a bridge, which in ye olde tymes were the gates to the castle. This could be the after effect of some sort of war. The little lad blind, the two girld seemingly well off, and the young woman who I think is a queen, who lost her king young. Although the battlefield isn't in the town, the men of the town fought in the battle. In the background to me there is houses and that post mentioned looks to me like signage. They've all just lost something, however the queen still has her duties to do.
Six of Wands
This card to me has an energy of how the Charmed family on TV. Could there be a family lineage to the home? She defo looks as though she is off to a wedding. could she be the one who lost out? as per the guidebook, it mentions about giving away people who you love, I feel it could be a much loved sister or she may have had the hots for the groom. Maybe the victory here is that she escaped being with someone who wouldn't be for her highest potential anyways.
Six of Swords
I get a few different things with this card, in no particular order:
1. The boat is leaving the harbour and continuing on its journey as the sword dude comes to shore.
2. He is waving goodbye to someone in the ship.
3. The swords on his bag must feel very heavy. I feel they are past baggage / wisdom gained on his travels.
4. The veil which was previously there, (hiding wisdom) is dissipating, so therefore there is more wisdom being gained.
5. Sun on opposite side to fool card. So there is some light being cast on the matter at hand, so it can be dealt with, as well as the showering of infinite wisdom as being shown by the shadows on the pole.