Lá Phádraig sona daoibh! Is (an) nathair é a nAthair. (Their father is a cunning person) Is é an nathair é = “he is a snake” = a cunning treacherous person. Here, of course, the phrase can mean two things: either the pagans’ root are evil, or all the protagonist have one and the same cunning “father”, who is both Good and Evil.
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The Tarot card the Magician reversed.
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