The two people in the card appear to be in a protective bubble, a place they can relax and just be. Gruhl describes the Lovers as "recognizing our Selves in a person or a place intuitively." While this kind of love may be romantic, it also includes much more than that: partners, friends and small groups that accept, understand and allow us to be ourselves without reservation. This choice goes far beyond external looks, labels or categories; from the outside, the pair or group may appear as not having nothing in common. The connection comes from within. Uranus is the only planet with a name from a Greek deity - the mate and son of Gaia, known as Father Sky. It is an unusual planet that lies on its side rather than spins on an axis. Summer on Uranus is two decades of non-stop sunlight, and winter is an equal amount of time spent in total darkness. It has an unruly magnetic field, and extreme temperatures. Deeper cloud layers get as low as 360F degrees below zero, colder than any other planet in the solar system, and yet the outer-most layer can reach more than 500F degrees. The deva of this planet represents original and revolutionary thinking. These cards suggest that even the oddest and most unconventional among us has another bookend. We just have to be careful not to let what's on the outside deter us.