Depiction: In the Tarot de la Santa Muerte, the card "La Estrella" shows a naked woman standing in a shallow body of water, which appears to rest near the base of a mountain range. Holding a set of water pitchers, one in each hand, the naked woman pours the water from the pitchers into the water where she stands.
Depiction: In the Tarot de la Santa Muerte, the card "La Torre" shows a large, black cloaked Santa Muerte standing tall beside a tower made of brick. The Santa Muerte swings a scythe through the center of the tower, ripping it in half and sending bricks and debris into the air. From the top of the tower bellows fire and black smoke.
Depiction: In the Tarot de la Santa Muerte, "El Diablo" depicts the black cloaked Santa Muerte holding a scythe in one hand and a near-ended hourglass in the other. Beneath her, a bright red goat-man looking devil with horns crouches on the floor controlling a marionette with one hand and using the other hand to poke needles into a voodoo doll.
Depiction: In the Tarot de la Santa Muerte, "La Templanza" depicts the white cloaked Santa Muerte holding two golden cups, one in each hand, pouring a red colored substance from one cup into the other. She appears hovering on a white cloud, over wide open green terrain.
Depiction: In the Tarot de la Santa Muerte, "La Santa Muerte" depicts the Santa Muerte cloaked in white, surrounded by various symbols that represent the Santa Muerte and her power. In her right hand she holds a scythe, and in her left she holds the world. Behind the Santa Muerte, illuminating her image, is the bright sun.
Depiction: In the Tarot de la Santa Muerte, "El Colgado" depicts the black cloaked Santa Muerte, scythe in one hand, a naked man dangling by a rope in the other. The man she dangles is hanged from his ankle, upside down, water dripping from his head onto the bare Earth below him. His legs bend to form a number six.
Depiction: In the Tarot de la Santa Muerte, "La Fuerza" depicts the white cloaked Santa Muerte, covered in a glowing yellow light, towering over a scantily clad woman who herself is leaning against a powerful lion, a beast which the woman appears to have tamed.
Depiction: In the Tarot de la Santa Muerte, "La Rueda" depicts the gold cloaked Santa Muerte with her hand on a large rotating wheel, La Rueda, the wheel of life. The wheel is made of wood, and features various astrological symbols around its edge. Also depicted are three small, naked human figures.
Depiction: In the Tarot de la Santa Muerte, "El Ermitano" depicts an elderly man, a hermit, in purple robes with a walking stick in one hand and a lit candle in the other. He appears on a mountain side, next to a human skull at his feet and beside what appears to be a cave whose opening resembles the reflective surface of a mirror.
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