Goracle: The Immolated


A Representation of intensity, this describes an exaggeration of the cards around it. On its own it could infer overindulgence, warmth, vitality, or abundance.


When inverted, this numbs the cards around it, reducing the intensity in which they should be interpreted. On its own it references meekness and drought.

About the Art:

Another early illustration, I was inspired by Helen being burnt alive at the end of Clive Barker's "Candyman." I wanted to see the fatty tissue as her skin dries out and shrinks away from the layers beneath. This card also gave me the idea to have certain cards affect the meaning of those around them.