Emperor and Empress at Home
The following is a tongue-in-cheek portrayal of the Emperor and Empress at
home on an average evening.
Tarot Emperor and Empress
If you enjoyed the humor of the
cartoon to the left, you might be
interested in getting a shirt with a
slightly edited version of it.  (I have
added a caption, but I'll let you see for
yourself.)

See my online shop at ZAZZLE called
KnightHawk's Tarot Products.  Look
for the product called "The Tarot's
Emperor and Empress at home
together"
After I completed the cartoon above I shared it with several friends, and we saw some
interesting messages in it.  
For one, the scene outside is based upon the background of the Empress card. Considering
her comment, this indicates that when a relationship separates you from where your soul longs
to be, you can become discontented with the relationship.  
For another, the Emperor’s attention is focused on TV, aka, “the box.” Considering that in
numerological theory, the number 4 (the Emperor’s number) refers to (among other things)
structure, order, foundations and boundaries, this provides a sobering comment on how we
tend to base our concepts of reality on what the media shows us.

What meaning or messages do you see in this picture?
... More humor to come as time permits.  

In the meantime --

If you have any ideas for Tarot humor that you would like to share with me,
please let me know. If it is an idea I feel I can work with and draw, I will do so and
include it on this page.

If you want a note crediting you with the idea included with the resulting picture,
let me know that also and how you would like to be referenced (i.e., by your
name, email address, both, or ??)
Return to Humor page 1
The Tarot images and all other content on this page are © James Ricklef.
A bit of Tarot Humor ... Page 2
James Ricklef -- Tarot and More ...
Finally, here are some people's Tarot cartoon that I found quite amusing.  
Mild Abandon Same Old Crap
Click on the picture to the left
to link to the
Mild Abandon
website for more cartoons by
E.J. Pettinger
The 10/17/2006 Non Sequitur comic strip that has a Tarot reference
that you might find amusing.