20 Emma Swan for blonde_20in20
20 Hannibal Lecter for character20n20
|Yellow||Song Lyrics||Playful||+ 1||Far Away|
|Looking Down||Working||Close Crop||Nature||Sky|
5 CATEGORY – Same Photoshoot
5 ARTIST'S CHOICE
|First Appearance||Song Title||Close Crop||Yellow||Lost|
5 CATEGORY - Out of Character
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5 ARTIST'S CHOICE
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|Close Ship||Flowers||Full Body & Fake BG||Over the Shoulder||Pink & Yellow|
|Provided Texture||Regret||Sly||Spring||White Light|
|Death||The Chariot||The Lovers||Knight of Swords||Page of Swords|
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[category explanation]Death: The image of Death charging across a field on his spectral steed would strike fear into the heart of almost any man. The appearance of the Death card has a similar effect on most people, though it really should not. Whether you like it or not, Death is one of the most powerful cards in the Tarot. Humans naturally fear the unknown, and so Death is our greatest fear since it is the greatest unknown. This one is pretty self-explanatory.
The Chariot: It is somewhat of a mystery why the Chariot, clearly a card of force and of control, should be of the Water element. But its attribution to Cancer is indeed valid because this card deals heavily with the emotions. Specifically, the Chariot is a card of emotional control; the power of the mind to shape the desires of the heart and direct them to meaningful expression. This is not the emotional control of the Emperor, who totally suppresses all of his emotions in favor of logic and reason. The man driving the Chariot knows that his emotions are not to be swept under the rug, but trained and used to his greater good. Hannibal has good control of his emotions and knows when to use them to his advantage.
The Lovers: The Lovers is predominantly a card of the emotions, and it often portrays love that is divinely blessed, either by Cupid, an angel, or by God Himself. This seems to imply that nothing but good can come of this union, though with such a dualistic card there is always the potential for a sad conclusion, despite the best of beginnings. After all, love is like a flame because it can ignite the blaze of passion, but also because it can consume and destroy if used carelessly. Love is a wonderful thing, but profane or unrequited love has the power to tear families and lives apart. The Lovers has within it the potential for such love and we must always be cautious of it. I don't think the love between Hannibal and Alana is blessed (funny thought though, lol) but I'm fairly certain that there will be a sad ending there.
Knight of Swords: the Knight of Swords is almost totally fearless and never anticipates defeat. He thinks of himself as invincible, and though this is a fault it can also give him bursts of confidence that let him succeed where others fail. I think this one is pretty self-explanatory.
Page of Swords: The Page of Swords has the mental outlook and philosophy of a child, and he is constantly fascinated with matters of the mind. This is not to imply by any means that he is childish and immature; indeed, he is probably the most mature and mentally developed of the four Pages. Hannibal is obviously interested in matters of the mind.