Added Subtitles to Legend Index
I'm not sure why I left them out originally, but I just added all the subtitles to the cards in the index. I think it will help me to see how the characters interweave between the stories. I was doing a reading for my wife last night, and it was intriguing how the Celtic Cross worked with the card stories to tell an overall story in which particular characters wove in and out.
Anna-Marie's use of characters is by no means linear, for example each suit doesn't follow a particular story from beginning to end. But this flexibility allows for some interesting connections between cards that we might not otherwise see as related. For example, the Three of Shields, The Homespun Tunic, with its expression of feminine practical artistry connects to the Ace of Swords, Sword of Strange Hangings, also restored by feminine power. The Hangings for the Ace of Swords relate this card to the Queen of Spears, Dindrane, who mended them with her own hair. When all three cards show up in a spread, as they did, they can be saying something specific about the efficacy of feminine healing energy.
After we have all the cards entered, it would be interesting to somehow follow each character completely through the deck.
Know that you are - already - the Christ, the Bodhisattva. By your great love the One became Many, as with delight and joy you assumed the cloak of duality. Form is made of but three things: energy, change, and love.