Something crawling, oozing, scaly, and hidden. Dripping, hungry, cold, and forgotten. Misunderstood, condemned, and outcast, Yin of the Earth collectively represents the dark side of humanity - that which is feared, and what some would call morally questionable. This Table is frisky, mysterious, macabre. Yin of the Earth sheds the meaningless ties to morality and virtue like a snake sheds its skin. Frolicking amongst the expression of humanity’s will, it revels in desire and the ultimate gratification and fulfillment of our most primal drives.
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