Might Mean
Invisibility: anonymity, modesty, humility, working in the shadow, away from the spotlight, hiding one's light, shyness, low self-esteem, feeling unimportant or not being seen as a person​​​​​​​, shame

Emptiness: absence, being distracted or not in one's body, virtual reality, living in one's head, loneliness, loss of soul, losing oneself

Personal: personal life or unconscious, privacy​​​​​​​, subjective experience of the world, personal interests, small scale, insignificance
For Example
Movie Clips & Videos:

A new view of the moon

Vincent Van Gogh – At Eternity's Gate 

en route to the moon – Gattaca

"Only the man who lives this life not as a mere possibility, but is actually driven to it by necessity of his own nature, will blindly pass over the problem of his soul, since he lacks the capacity to grasp it. But once he has seen the Faustian problem, the escape into the 'simple life' is closed forever. There is of course nothing to stop him from taking a two-room cottage in the country, or from pottering about in a garden eating raw turnips. But his soul laughs at the deception. Only what is really oneself has the power to heal. 
The regressive restoration of the persona is a possible course only for the man who owes the critical failure of his life to his own inflatedness. With diminished personality, he turns back to the measures he can fill. But in every other case resignation and self-belittlement are an evasion, which can be kept up only at the cost of neurotic sickliness. Usually he is a lonely figure, with little or nothing to help him in our present-day culture."
– C.G. Jung, Two Essays on Analytical Psychology, par. 258-259
A Tattoo for The Living (Modern Love),
The Night Girl Finds A Day Boy (Modern Love),
Being a Nobody in Paris (This American Life, hear clip below)

"Shortly before this experience I had written down a fantasy of my soul having flown away from me. This was a significant event: the soul, the anima, establishes the relationship to the unconscious. In a certain sense this is also a relationship to the collectivity of the dead; for the unconscious corresponds to the mythic land of the dead, the land of the ancestors. If, therefore, one has a fantasy of the soul vanishing, this means that it has withdrawn into the unconscious or into the land of the dead."
– C.G. Jung, Memories, Dreams, Reflections

The Wind-Up Bird Chronicle (the novel that inspired this card)
(Toru, while thinking in the dark well) "I saw myself as the wind-up bird, flying through the summer sky, lighting on the branch of a huge tree somewhere, winding the world's spring." "Have you ever had that feeling – that you'd like to go to a whole different place and become a whole different self?"
Bluebird (Bukowski) ​​​​​​​
Nobody – Mitski,  
Pour un Instant (For a Moment), Le Corridor – Harmonium, 
Pulaski at Night – Andrew Bird

Pulaski at Night – Andrew Bird

Tarot: The Tower
Mythology: Trip Into The Underworld
Alchemy: The White Queen (Splendor Solis)
And The Flip Side Is

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