First in my steampunk tarot card series. 
The Moon XVIII
My two pillars stick out of the bronze moon. I do have the crescent inside the moon that includes the dragon instead of a crazy fish.I do not have a stream in this card like you would normally find with this card but I feel it will be fine without it since I do have the odd sort of map on the biggest moon within this that has a vague stream shape winding through it. This also lacks the two dogs normally found on this card.

Basic Meaning:
With Pisces as its ruling sign, the Moon is all about visions and illusions, madness, genius and poetry. At its darkest this can be a very scary card warning the querent of hidden enemies, mental illness, alcoholic blackouts or a bad drug trip. At its very best, however, the Moon is a card of genius, of mental breakthroughs, astonishing creativity, powerful magic, and intuition.

The querent who gets this card should be warned that they may be going through a time of emotional and mental trial, a time when they'll do things that seem to make sense to them, yet when they come out of it they'll wonder, "Why did I do that? It makes no sense!" Their mind will be playing tricks on them, and so this is not a good time for making decisions that require rational thought and a clear head.

This card can, likewise, signal a crazy time for relationships. Whirlwind romances, powerful and dreamlike, but not trustworthy. For families and friends this is a time of emotional ups and downs.

If the querent has any past mental problems, they must be vigilant in taking their medication and seeing their therapist. They should avoid recreational drugs or alcohol, they will have a bad reaction if they take either. At the same time, the Moon signals great creativity, enhanced psychic powers, visions. The querent's judgment may not be trustworthy, but they will have intuitive flashes that are remarkably accurate. 
Excerpt with meaning is taken from the following website. http://www.aeclectic.net/tarot/learn/meanings/moon.shtml
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