Ad Orbita's journey begins by pointing our mind toward the bind between soil below our feet and the stars above. Both of these things, and all between, are made of the same atoms born billions of years ago.
More powerful than that physical composition and that of all around us, however, is the force such atomic mass creates: gravity. Pulling on our planet, our flowers and our friends, gravity is universal, constant, and eternal. It creates a perpetual balance among all in the form of orbital movement — in outer space, in seasons on Earth, in celestial bodies and even within our own.
The Ad Orbita Tarot seeks insight into our placement along this perennial path, asking: Where am I now? Where might I go? Where among external forces is there room for growth within?
Our journey takes us from as close to home as the garden to an ocean away, then further out to things we can see and feel yet cannot touch: Stars/Distant Suns, Moons, Black Holes, Galaxies, and Planets.
Through both the telescope and the microscope, carbon-copied patterns appear. From a Nebula's flower petal-akin shape to tiny cells on a fern evoking celestial designs.
Where do we go from here? Tenets of ancient Tarot, blooms of botanicals, and outer space-bound intuition offer a path. Ad Orbita is the guide, yet we are the voyagers and the voyage is ours.
By connecting our intuition with the Ad Orbita Tarot, our orbital paths interact, as well. From the spirited creation of these cards to the interpretation of its readers, there is growth in that gravity, binding us in its balance or in the pursuit of such.