The Magician (Card I of the Tarot) represents creativity and power over the forces of nature. He's also supposed to be an allegorical figure for Christ, although, admittedly, my Magician isn't very Christlike. (However, if Christ actually HAD been a blue-haired elf who walked around with his robe open, just imagine how different a religion Christianity would be today.) I've drawn the Magician drawing power from the heavens and channeling it to Earth. Around him are symbols from the Four Suits of the Tarot (which I've drawn sitting on some nice Victorian furniture,) indicating the Magician's mastery over the world and all its elements. (As well as his fine taste in Victorian furniture.) Any comments?