The Father of Air depicts a pilot in control of his plane. Pilots must remain calm in any situation. The Father of Air is detached and analytical, which is why he is so comfortable in the sky. He is very at ease with the complex control panel and knows just what to do. He achieved the position he is in because his integrity is beyond reproach. Logic is the way to reach him. The controls represent his attention to detail. Gray, the color of doubt is behind him. The light blue uniform suggests he is content in his role. Chevrons denote rank and length of service.
Teresa Sue McAdams, co-creator of “Today’s Journey Tarot”, co-author of “Today’s Journey Tarot, A Traveler’s Guide”, co-author of “Tarot Meditations, A Journal for Self Discovery”, and author of “Lessons, The Wisdom Within Each Moment”