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Undomesticated Tarot — The Major Arcana: The Hierophant 5

Bringing Back the Wild to a Domesticated World

digital collage by me from photos by me from l.a.

hierophant | origin and meaning by Etymonline

“expounder of sacred mysteries,” 1670s, from Late Latin hierophantes

from Greek hierophantes “one who teaches the rites of sacrifice and worship,” literally “one who shows sacred things”

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E. Katherine Kottaras

E. Katherine Kottaras

M.A. English// M.S. Kinesiology, Integrative Wellness. Contemplative teacher & writer. 🏳️‍🌈☮️🌴🍕 Chronic pain yields chronic hope.

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