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Squaring Accounts

by Melusina

 

Fandom: PoTC    Rating: NC-17    Dramatis Personae: Jack, Will, Elizabeth, Norrington    Full Header

 


A sequel to "Triangulation".

"Everybody, sooner or later, sits down to a banquet of consequences. (Robert Louis Stevenson)
 

Chapter  
1 The Lovers    
Love-Passion-Intimacy-Connections

 
2 The Hermit
Introspection-Solitude-Searching-Needing Help

 
3 The Wheel of Fortune
Reversals-A Change in Fortunes-Altering the Present Course-Uncovering Patterns and Cycles

 
4 The Fool
Going on a Journey-Starting Something New-Letting Go of Expectations-Faith

 
5 Temperance
Compromise-Balance-Healing-Partnership

 
6 Justice
Understanding Cause and Effect-Acknowledging the Truth-Settling Old Accounts-Assuming Responsibility
 
7 The Devil
Ignorance-Bondage-Hopelessness-Despair
 
8 The Eight of Swords
Restriction-Confusion-Powerlessness
 
9 The Ace of Cups, Reversed
Feeling an Attraction Grow, Gut Reactions, Intimacy Stymied or Not Yet Developed
 
10 The Magician
Magic-Singleness of Purpose-Power-Control
 
11 The Hanged Man
Seeing Things Differently-A Turning Point-Pausing to Reflect

 
12 The Moon
Anxiety-Unorthodox Methods-Fear-Distraction
 
13 The Eight of Wands
Putting Plans into Action-Conclusions-Learning More
 
14 The Three of Swords
Heartbreak-Loneliness-Betrayal
 
15 The Page of Cups
Starting a Love Affair-Sympathy-Understanding
 
16 The Two of Swords
Defensiveness-Refusing to Decide-Stalemate
 
17 The High Priestess
Mystery-Shadow-The Feminine Principle
 
18 The Nine of Cups
Wish Fulfillment-Satisfaction-Sensual Pleasure
 
19 The Ace of Swords
Mental Force-Truth-Justice-Fortitude
 
20 Death
Endings-Transitions-Inexorable Forces
 
21 Judgement
Making a Fresh Start-Conviction-Absolution
 
22 Epilogue: The World
Integration-Synthesis-Sharing-Fulfillment
   
 

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