The Star is a card of hope and faith, a bright prospect. It indicates selflessness and sacrifice, a generous nature, renewal after loss or abandonment, and the blending of the past and present. It can also represent an awareness of two worlds and mastery of the occult arts.
Sovngarde (The World in a conventional deck) is a card of completion, success, attainment, and maturity. It could represent the end of a way of life or a new beginning, breadth of possibilities, perhaps relocation.
The Moons, Masser and Secunda (Masser is the pink one). The Moons represent imagination, dreams, instinct, intuition and fears. Prepare to be both inspired and frightened. This can also be a card of mystery and the unseen.
The Wheel of Fortune indicates good fortune, success, an unexpected turn of luck. It could also represent fate and the lack of control over what happens. Prepare for something new; be ready to go with the flow.
The Dragonborn (The Chariot in conventional tarot) represents victory through mastery or triumph in battle. Opposing and conflicting forces must be made to work in harmony in order to achieve a common goal.
There are many different interpretations to this card, depending on who you ask. The most common hints that it is a card of trickery or a victory by manipulation or unfair means. Beware—actions have consequences, and they may catch up with you, resulting in shame, disgrace, and dishonor.
The World-Eater (The Devil in a conventional deck) represents bondage, addiction, temptation, greed, and lust. Possibly a dangerous substance, situation, or person. It could also indicate a choice upon which the seeker’s fate depends.