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TheRevengeofTW1ZTY
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09 Jun 2019, 2:50 pm

I decided to do a star spread on Trump. It's for beginners like me and shows us where somebody is now. Image

The center focused card is the 2 clubs. This card represents minor problems and difficulties either with starting something new or finishing an old project. This is the card of a procrastinator.

The card influencing him at the moment is the 7 hearts. Reunites people from the past. The seven card of hearts is a romantic catd, but it always concerns someone you have known for sometime. It can be an individual whom you never could get together with and now the cards are in your favor. It is a beautiful card that reunites old loves.

The left "past" card is the King of Spades. Men of this suit are level-headed and determined, they usually are serious and everything has a reason for them. The king of clubs could also be a woman, but this is a woman who is tough and aggressive and may be president of her own company. If a woman, she is equal to all her peers and has gotten where she is from working hard.

The right "future" card is the Joker. It's not in my book, but I looked it up online and both joker cards are equivalent to The Fool card in Tarot. It indicates foolish behavior.

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09 Jun 2019, 2:56 pm

Given his reputation as a self-loving narcissist, I bet he's trying to reunite with his true love: the image of greatness and success he imagins himself to be. In the end he's just going to make a fool of himself like always. :jester:


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10 Jun 2019, 6:36 am

Here's my sily magic altar. :mrgreen:

Yeah, I know. :lol:

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12 Jun 2019, 2:12 pm

I found out when doing card readings you're not supposed to use the two joker cards for readings. Lol whoops my bad. :jester:


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12 Jun 2019, 2:14 pm

TheRevengeofTW1ZTY wrote:
I found out when doing card readings you're not supposes to use the two joker cards for readings...
But what about the joker dealing the cards?

(Fnord ducks and runs for cover.)

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12 Jun 2019, 2:18 pm

Fnord wrote:
TheRevengeofTW1ZTY wrote:
I found out when doing card readings you're not supposes to use the two joker cards for readings...
But what about the joker dealing the cards?

(Fnord ducks and runs for cover.)

:wink:

Haha! :lol:


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13 Jun 2019, 4:38 am

TheRevengeofTW1ZTY wrote:
Here's my sily magic altar. :mrgreen:

Yeah, I know. :lol:

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I collect skulls too.
Not so "Yeah, I know" to me. :wink:


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13 Jun 2019, 6:58 am

Pepe wrote:
TheRevengeofTW1ZTY wrote:
Here's my sily magic altar. :mrgreen:

Yeah, I know. :lol:

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I collect skulls too.
Not so "Yeah, I know" to me. :wink:


Thanks! :D Skulls are awesome :skull:


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13 Jun 2019, 7:41 am

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The pentogram is an ancient symbol of truth in hinduism and judaism and was first picked up the Pythagoreans who learned the "art of science" from India/Egypt. When christianity arrived around 400AD it was deemed a sign of satan and cleansed from western memory other than being a portal for demons (in most traditional societies demons and ghosts don't require an invitation or portal)

So the early Christians thought science and geometry were satanic? I wonder where we would be without their demonisation of science?


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13 Jun 2019, 7:53 am

In the New Age religion known as wicca the pentacle/pentagram represents the 5 elements of Western philosophy: Fire (south), Earth (north), Water (west), Air (east), and Spirit (unites the other four as one).

They represent a perfect balance of the human body, mind, and spirit. You need all four aspects of nature to survive.

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13 Jun 2019, 8:01 am

In Eastern Philosophy the 5 elements are: Fire, Water, Earth, Wood, and Metal.

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13 Jun 2019, 9:06 am

RetroGamer87 wrote:
So the early Christians thought science and geometry were satanic? I wonder where we would be without their demonisation of science?


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We lost a lot of martyrs on the way
https://www.wired.com/2012/06/famous-pe ... cientists/



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13 Jun 2019, 11:29 am

TheRevengeofTW1ZTY wrote:
Pepe wrote:
TheRevengeofTW1ZTY wrote:
Here's my sily magic altar. :mrgreen:

Yeah, I know. :lol:

Image


I collect skulls too.
Not so "Yeah, I know" to me. :wink:


Thanks! :D Skulls are awesome :skull:


I have a collection of skulls too - plus skull tattoos


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13 Jun 2019, 11:39 am

SaveFerris wrote:
TheRevengeofTW1ZTY wrote:
Pepe wrote:
TheRevengeofTW1ZTY wrote:
Here's my sily magic altar. :mrgreen:

Yeah, I know. :lol:

Image


I collect skulls too.
Not so "Yeah, I know" to me. :wink:


Thanks! :D Skulls are awesome :skull:


I have a collection of skulls too - plus skull tattoos



I arranged these to represent the Triple Moon Goddess and The Horned God of the Forest.

My three coca cola lady posters are phases of The Triple Goddess (Maiden, Mother, and Crone... even though all three ladies look like young women :lol: )

My big skull with the deer antlers propped behind it represents The Horned God.

At least it's creative, right? 8)

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13 Jun 2019, 4:19 pm

TheRevengeofTW1ZTY wrote:
In the New Age religion known as wicca the pentacle/pentagram represents the 5 elements of Western philosophy: Fire (south), Earth (north), Water (west), Air (east), and Spirit (unites the other four as one).

They represent a perfect balance of the human body, mind, and spirit. You need all four aspects of nature to survive.

Image


Eliphas Levi's Tetragrammaton was an attempt to expand the pentagram in the Qabalistic sense:

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