Two of Disks

Written by Jacob. Published on October 1st, 2013 at 19:30.

Two of Disks Thoth of Tarot

Two of Disks Imagery

Two yin-yang symbols turn within the negative space of the serpent. The symbols for water and fire spin counterclockwise in the top space, and the symbols for earth and air spin clockwise at the bottom. The serpent makes an endless connection in the shape of infinity.

Two of Disks Associations

  • Formula: Chokmah of Assiah + Jupiter in Capricorn = “Change”
  • Numerical: Duality, Cooperation, Balance
  • Elemental: Cardinal Earth
  • Decan of the Zodiac: 10º-20º Capricorn (December 22-30)
  • Sephira: Chokmah “Wisdom”
  • Ruled by the Queen of Disks

Two of Disks Interpretations

This card is defined as change and mainly has to do with the dynamic energy found in the universe between polar opposites. We have imagery of two forces dancing around each other caught in eternal rotation as portrayed by the serpent (easily associated with the Oroboros). It was simple with one disk but the second disk, as a compliment to the first, attracts and repels as a yin-yang force. This sets things in motion and as stated in some of the material I’ve been reading “completes the circuit.” I think this circuit is direction guided by these forces, much like the north and south pole directing electromagnetic energy. There’s a constant flux or motion emanating from this structure.

Multiplication, multi-tasking, and circular movement. There is a change in circumstances. Maybe more is required to regulate these forces with individual demands.

Additional Interpretations

“Pleasant change, visit to friends. The harmony of change, alternation of gain and loss; weakness and strength; everchanging occupation; wandering, discontented with any fixed condition of things; now elated, then melancholy; industrious, yet unreliable; fortunate through prudence of management, yet sometimes unaccountably foolish; alternatively talkative and suspicious. Kind, yet wavering and inconsistent. Fortunate in journeying. Argumentative.” 6

“Change. Harmony of change. Alternation of gain and loss, weakness and strength, elation and melancholy. Varying occupation. Wandering. Visit to friends. Pleasant change. Industrious yet unreliable person.” 5

“Change. Chokmah in the element of Earth. Jupiter in Capricornus. The card represents the two pentacles, one above the other, and are the Chinese symbols Yang and Yin. About them is a green Serpent; he forms the figure 8. This card symbolises the doctrine: Change is the support of stability.” 5

“Change. Jupiter in Capricornus. Chokmah. Here are two pentacles, the Chinese Yang and Yin. The crowned serpent surrounds them as they revolve. The card suggests that the universe is sustained in space by its rotating action.” 5

Axank’s Dream Recall

June 25-26, 2013
I dreamt of my family and I going out for drinks which was out of the norm since they’re not drinkers—I could see how a change in their behavior was present… maybe even more synergetic.