What strikes me about the set of scales in this card is the mirror behind them. Justice must constantly be reconsidered ('reflected on') as knowledge grows and belief systems change. It wasn't too long ago that women got the right to vote (1920); slavery was considered legal until 1865. Obviously, what is seen as fair and equitable changes over time. Up until now, the States have been gradually moving toward a more distributive justice (distributing benefits equally among society's members) rather than a retributive type of justice (focusing on punishment). Perhaps people have begun to realize that when there is justice in regard to rights and resources, there is less desire for wrongdoing. The Stars card is based on a tin compass rose, a symbol seen on charts and maps that indicates direction. It raises the question, "What or who are you using for guidance?" I fear the U.S. will discover our current leader is a man hiding behind a curtain, much like the wizard in Oz (but without any kindness and concern for others).