(Traditionally called Judgment) Crowley felt that Judgment was obsolete for this new Aeon, the Aeon of Horus. Nuit is again shown but this time in her usual form of arcing over the night sky. Her body is filled with stars and a milk of galaxies - her body forms the omega around a massive egg that holds the image of Horus.
Crowley says of the New Aeon: The time for the birth of an Aeon seems to be indicated by great concentration of political power with improvements in travel and communication. General advance of philosophy and science with a need to consolidate religious thought.
The general meaning of this card is Final decision in respect of the past, new current in respect of the future, always represents the taking of a definite step. The past echoes into our present and future - every cause has its effect. We need to look at what we have done and accept it - good or bad- and then let it go, forgive ourselves and be ready to move forward into a new Aeon with all we have learned. Make every act count.
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