Monday, January 10, 2022

A seriously weird coincidence with my Biden/Harris readings

There's an old, long-defunct podcast called Mother. Years ago I listened to one or two of the episodes about Whitley Strieber. Just recently I suddenly decided to methodically listen to all the episodes on YouTube, starting with the oldest. In the early hours of January 10, I was listening to an episode called "June 20 2015 Trio," and one of the three anonymous participants told a story about how, during a time when there had been a lot of Gray activity in his home, he had thrice found Tarot cards laid out on his living room table, apparently by them. As I listened, I fell to wondering if I could somehow get the Grays to lay out Tarot cards for me (this despite the fact that I've seen no real signs of Gray activity in Taiwan), and the thought occurred to me that perhaps my recent practice of drawing cards virtually, via a computer-mediated truly random number generator, might be making it more inconvenient for them (or other such intelligences) to intervene.

The speaker went on to relate the details of the three Tarot spreads. The first time was the Hermit, the Chariot, and the Tower from the Rider-Waite deck -- but it was the second incident that really got my attention

A: The other instance of this was the Prince of Wands from the Crowley deck, the Lovers, and -- and, uh, Strength.

B: The Prince of Wands is not Major Arcana.

A: No, it's Minor Arcana. So that deviates from Strieber's emphasis on the Major Arcana. There was the Prince of Wands, there was Strength -- which in the Crowley deck is Lust -- and there was -- I can't remember -- I don't -- well, I don't want to sidetrack the discussion too much, so, I mean, you can make of that what you will -- maybe the Priestess.

I have very little interest in, sympathy with, or knowledge of the Crowley deck, and cards from that deck have appeared on this blog only twice. The first time was in an old post that was just a gallery of Magician cards from dozens of different decks, including Crowley's. The second time was in "More on the U.S. presidency in 2022," posted less than three days before listening to the above material -- and the card was Strength/Lust.

Notice how the podcaster refers to "the Crowley deck" rather than using its proper name, the Thoth Tarot. He also twice calls the card Strength before mentioning parenthetically that Crowley actually renamed it Lust. Now compare that to my own language in introducing the same card: "Aleister Crowley's version of the Strength card (renamed Lust; in order to maintain his cred as the Wickedest Man in the World, Crowley renamed all three virtue trumps)." I, too, do not mention the Thoth Tarot by name, and I call the card Strength first, mentioning Crowley's renaming only parenthetically. Note that the podcaster also mentions the Prince of Wands and the Priestess -- names which are also distinctive to the Thoth Tarot and differ from the more traditional titles -- but the only name change he mentions is Strength to Lust.

In my post, I had connected Strength/Lust with Kamala Harris. While I was in the process of writing this present post, I read a comment by Debbie on one of my other posts, saying, "Doesn't the name Kamala in Sanskrit mean :'lotus' or 'pale red'???" I knew that Kamala meant "lotus" and was an epithet of Lakshmi, but I didn't know it meant "pale red," so this comment led me to look up the etymology again, and I found this:

Kamala (कमल) is a Sanskrit technical term translating to the color “lotus” or “lotus-flower”, but can also refer to “pale-red”, “rose-coloured” etc. and in a different context can also refer to “desirous”, “lustful” etc. It is used throughout Ayurvedic literature such as the Suśrutasaṃhita or the Carakasaṃhita.

Together with Strength/Lust, the podcaster mentioned the Prince of Wands and a third card which he first identified as the Lovers, then said he couldn't remember, and finally said might have been the Priestess. My own "Reading for 2022" had identified Harris with Strength and Biden with the Page of Wands. There is no Page of Wands in the Crowley deck; instead of the usual court-card scheme (King, Queen, Knight, Page), Crowley's courts consist of Knight, Queen, Prince, and Princess. It is the Princess that is most often considered to correspond to the Page in other decks, but a female Princess can hardly represent a male figure like Biden -- so if I wanted to "duplicate" my Page of Wands reading using the Crowley deck, the Prince of Wands would be the nearest equivalent.

Recall that in my own readings, one of the cards for the presidency showed a man and woman with a lion's head, and one of the cards for Harris showed a woman with a lion.

In a singularly appropriate twist, it turns out that the Prince of Wands -- nearest Crowley equivalent to one of the cards I drew for Biden -- shows a man with a lion.

As for the other cards mentioned, Crowley's Lovers shows an interracial marriage, which syncs with Harris in a broad way (she has an Indian mother, a Jamaican mulatto father, and a Jewish husband), but it was the Priestess that really blew my mind.

In my 2020 "Inauguration Day Reading," I drew the Rider-Waite High Priestess card, which seemed to show Harris's swearing in -- a woman with her left hand on the Bible, with "JB" (Joe Biden) standing in the background.

In that post, I mentioned that the Golden Dawn associated the High Priestess with the Hebrew letter gimel, a letter which is often said to represent a camel (suggesting Kamala).

In my "Reading for 2022," I also identified Harris with one of the figures on the Rider-Waite Devil card: a woman with a bunch of grapes growing from her tail.

So imagine my surprise when I looked up Crowley's Priestess card and found that it features this little detail.

That's right, among the clutter in the foreground of the card there is a camel next to a bunch of grapes! Waite and others may have thought of this trump as corresponding to gimel and thus to the camel, but who actually explicitly painted a camel on the card? Who? I emphasize once again that, though we call it the "Crowley deck," both the concept (Crowley had originally wanted to do a traditional Marseille-style deck) and the artwork itself were actually the work of a woman named Harris -- Frieda Harris, who incidentally moved to India shortly before her death.

I end with an irrelevant anecdote, for no other reason than that the story about Grays leaving out Tarot cards made me think of it.

One morning, somewhere in the 2007-2009 range (based on where I was living at the time), I got up, came downstairs, and found a big chunk of white styrofoam sitting in the exact center of the dining room table. It was about the size of a hen and was ragged around the edges, as if it had been torn from a much larger piece.

There were only two people living in that apartment: me and my wife, who suffers from such an extreme phobia of styrofoam that it would essentially have been physically impossible for her to have put it there herself. And I didn't do it. We kept our door locked all the time, and no one else had a key. So . . .


Ra1119bee said...



First of all, my response to your comment : "As for the other cards mentioned, Crowley's Lovers shows an interracial marriage"

My response: As I've previously shared with you, my Family (from Kentucky( CAINTUC)
were/are Multiracial, on both of my mother and father's lineage.

According to Edgar Cayce, the Sleeping Prophet (born in KY) the Atlanteans were a One Race people, which Crowley may have believed as well, perhaps from Plato's work.
If so, it explains, at least to me, America's E. Pluribus Unum creed.

Especially given the fact that the Alchemists since the very beginning, starting with John Dee in the 1500's, began their search for The New Atlantis, on the 77th Meridian West (they believed to be God's Longitude/Pole/Ley Line)

Although Miscegenation was illegal in America (in order to insure a subservient
cheap labor source), I would NOT be surprised if miscegenation was 'highly encouraged
secretly especially for the elites( Rosys) as they as Alchemists' Magnum Opus was always
E. Pluribus Unum; Out of Many One, the Singularity.

The Singularity:
One Race (Bi-Racial)
One Gender (androgyny---hermaphrodites were considered Gods)
One Religion (Luciferian)
One Commerce (Amazon via Africa, bankrolled by China's BRI)
One Culture (Transhumanism)
One Government (Global)
Under One Eye= A I = Artificial Intelligence

Also I would like to respond to your comment: "One morning, somewhere in the 2007-2009 range (based on where I was living at the time), I got up, came downstairs, and found a big chunk of *****white styrofoam***** sitting in the exact center of the dining room table."

My response: Very interesting about your mention of the sytrofoam, as in March of 1997, a couple of days before Heaven's Gate and the comet Hale Bopp, I had a very intriguing dream.
I think I shared it with you??

If you recall William in our communications, I shared a bit of my story about my life,
which much of my life was somewhat normal (except for the esoteric experiences and dreams (many premonition) starting in 1965 at age 10.

Much of my working life I worked in banking in Dayton Ohio.
I've Never taken mind altering substances (legal or otherwise).

Back to the Dream,
In the dream in March of 1997, I was at the house where I grew up (in Dayton).
In real life my family lived with our grandparents in that small house.

In the dream I recall walking on the sidewalk, which was on the side of the house leading
to the backyard. In real life my grandfather had built a gate and fencing in the back yard as that is where our dogs were kept most of the time.

In the dream, I unlatched the gate, and standing in the back yard a man appeared,
On my right side, I saw a large spaceship.

The man began communicating with me (telepathically) He 'said': It's Time to Go.

I told him that I didn't want to go as my hubby and I had just bought a new house, and I wanted to stay. (which in real life that was true)

In the dream, the 'Man' then implied that if I wanted to stay I would have to ingest this. He then gave me a Styrofoam cup and at the bottom of the cup was a milky crystal.
I recall holding the cup in front of me and looking into the cup at the crystal, I recall thinking that the crystal would somehow make me remain human.
I woke up from the Dream.

Two days later as I was getting dressed to go to work, I was shocked at something I saw on
TV,a segment of the Early Morning Show.

It was breaking NEWS about a cult in California called Heaven's Gate, who all committed suicide because they believed they were to evacuate the earth via Hale Bopp.

I recall standing in front of the TV and I was shocked!
I recall saying to myself: Oh my God, I was
suppose to be on that SpaceShip!
True Story

A link to A.R. E.

Wm Jas Tychonievich said...

Interesting connections, Debbie.

There are a few accounts in the close-encounter literature of abductees being asked to drink a bitter milky liquid at the end of the encounter. The drink was presented in whatever human cup was handy -- a glass from the hotel bathroom once, or a disposable "Dixie cup." A styrofoam cup would fit right into that pattern.

Was the "man" in your dream just a man? I mean, human-looking?

Wm Jas Tychonievich said...

I've just realized that Prince of Wands card is giving me Magic Flute vibes. The way the lion is walking reminds me of the lion pulling Sarastro's chariot in Ingmar Bergman's film version, and the Prince looks as if he were wearing a feathery get-up like Papageno's.

These Masons!

Ra1119bee said...


To answer your question about the Man in the dream.
I did not feel as if the Man was an 'alien' or looked different in any way.
I was not frightened of him nor was I frightened of the encounter with him.

And NO, I did NOT know about the literature of the abductees and the milky liquid!!!!
Oh My God, I am blown away by this information!!

If nothing else, a lot of the information I've learned from you in the last few months, since we first 'met' in Oct 2021, validates the puzzle pieces that I've already gathered, from a lifetime.
The Hale Bopp dream from March 1997, being one of them.

Thank You so very much!!!
I am convinced you are the Ukraine 'guy' in my March 10th 2017, School Dues Dream ;-))))

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