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Justice as depicted on a Tarot card

Comtesse de Segur, nee Sophie Rostopchine, French writer, born in Russia, best known for Les Malheurs de Sophie, first published 1859

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Allegorical Allegory Balance Decision Fortune Judgement Judgment Justice L Aw Scales Symbolic Symbolism Tarot Telling Throne Wirth 1926 Paranormal


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This Tarot card print depicts the enigmatic figure of Justice, as imagined by the renowned French writer and historical figure, Comtesse de Segur, born Sophie Rostopchine (1823-1883). The card, created in 1926, is a stunning allegory of balance, judgment, and decision-making. The Comtesse de Segur's Justice sits majestically on her throne, her regal posture exuding an air of authority and impartiality. She is clad in a flowing robe, adorned with the traditional symbols of her domain: a crown upon her head, a scepter in her right hand, and a scales in her left. The scales represent her unwavering commitment to fairness and equality, as she meticulously weighs the fates of those who appear before her. In her other hand, the Comtesse de Segur holds a sword, symbolizing her power to make decisive judgments and enforce the law. Her eyes, filled with wisdom and compassion, seem to penetrate the very souls of those who approach her. This Tarot card is a testament to the enduring power of symbolism and allegory, as it continues to captivate and inspire generations with its timeless message of balance, judgment, and the inexorable march of fate. As a historical figure, the Comtesse de Segur was a prolific writer, best known for her novel "Les Malheurs de Sophie," first published in 1859. Her literary works, like this Tarot card, continue to intrigue and inspire, offering glimpses into the complexities of human nature and the mysteries of the universe.

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