In the Three of Water, the energy continues to expand and community forms. A love relationship that began in the Two card is celebrated by a larger group; creative connections and collaborations begin; people offer support to one another; groups of individuals join together to move forward with feelings of love and trust. I chose an ancient African pot with three spouts to illustrate this movement into wider community.
Here's the woodblock print of the pot, which I scanned and collaged for the card.
I have "keywords" for each card and I've decided to add them. Some tarot readers don't like keywords, but since I'm spinning these cards a little differently than the traditional Rider deck I'm going to try using keywords and see if I like them. Feel free to let me know what you think.