reversed that seems for what most of us w
ere told is a “free country”, and how
we are in the year 2012. Now consider the 13th trump of the tarot, and what isshown in the card. The meaning associated with getting these cards in a
reading obscures the real purpose behind these “graven images”.
One way Iknow that I am very close to the truth is that, since I began to understand thesethings, I became a
for the worst kind of harassment and smear campaignI would have ever thought possible, had I ever conceived of such a thing,before it happened to me. I ask the reader to keep in mind the
effects of tarotsymbolism on the human psyche
, as they read this.
If you have a double digitbirthdate
, please pay special attention to what is written here.
There is areason why I am being kept from speaking out, why people who say they espouse the truth will not respond to emails, and why I have had my character assassinated.
Archetypal Transference and Chaos Theory:
I have seen many spiritualists and new-agers speaking of how the manifestation of a certain desire canbe achieved by the amplification of a vibration, which occurs when theimage or thought of that vibration is repeatedly focused on, causing whatis called a
. This concept of is often discussed in
quantumand chaos theories
. It is usually spoken of as a way to manifest goodthings for oneself. However,
I have seen where the repetition of aspecific vibration can manifest deleterious effects on individuals
who areunaware of the precarious position they were placed in, at birth, by wayof a certain set of
from the tarot. Due to my birthdaybeing 12/12, the graven image that seems to have had a very negativeimpact on my life is the 12
trump card of the tarot, showing either acrucified or upside-down figure. The deck that I am most connected toseems to be the Thoth deck,
also referred to as “the Crowley deck”
,(although the original paintings were done by Frieda Harris) and was originally printed in 1941. In thisdeck, the figure in the 12
, known as “The Dying God”,
is not only upside-down, but is alsounconscious, having nails on three limbs.
The deck is definitely stacked against this character
. One foot istied to an upside-down ankh, which is the Egyptian symbol for life and fertility, that happens to closelyresemble the symbol for female, indicating a female
life lived in reverse (coincidentally, “live” spelledbackwards is “evil”).
The position of the
at the head of the figure has severely negativeconnotations, whether it represents the serpent class or Satan himself.
To me, this is certainly a “gravenimage”, that is, it is an image of suffering and/or death.
As I mentioned earlier, t
he meaning, usually associated with getting this card in a reading, obscures the truth about what the vibration of that card does to people born on the 12/12 date
. It is related to
something called “
”, as written about in Michael Gaio’s
article, which can be found online at: