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©Psychic Jucy aka Abella Arthur
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Keywords & Phrases
Traditions. Institutions. Marriage. The Occult. Hidden knowledge. Knowledge only for those of a hidden or special group. Hear me. I will tell you the facts and truth of this ancient knowledge. Listening to someone who knows. Speaking to those who want to get the key message. Passionate belief. I will teach you traditional methods and ways to learn. The past is kept alive. Learn from me.
No ordinary people are in this room. There’s almost a sense that the room they are in is in a basement or enclosed space with no windows. An imposing figure presents themselves in the middle of the card between two pillars and on a raised platform while two monk-like men flank the figure on either side looking ahead. The figure appears an authority on a subject and in this case the authority figure is a priest, priestess, or clergy person. The clergy person’s robe is red with three crosses down the middle. His crown is golden and three tiered. He holds a staff or rod, perhaps a divining rod in one hand and raises his other hand with a sign of benediction.
Polarity: Venus, Taurus. Pluto, Scorpio. Share some energy from Mercury, Gemini.
5. Teaching, activity, philosophy, writing, physical rules, traveling.
Timeline, Age, Role
47-50. Keeper of old knowledge. [/spoiler]
©Psychic Jasper aka Ryan Arthur
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Timeline, Age, Role
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