(Ace of Spades derived from the Sanskrit word Ares, meaning to roar, garg, gorgon, better known as Ares from Greek Mythology.)
Meaning of the card: Conquest, triumph, business. Reverse: Disaster, destruction, hate, annoyance.
The Ace of Spades for example represents triumph, conquest and forceful emotions and its real meaning hidden within the symbols portraying Ares, a bloodthirsty killer and conqueror. Stories about Ares characterize him enjoying battle simply for the sake of bloodshed, never really caring who won or lost. He was also something of a coward and quickly ran back to his father Zeus, whenever injured. Ares daughters were the Amazons. It is important for the inquirer to try to keep emotions in balance in order to make the correct choice or decision at this time.
The Ace of Spades stands for victory by battle. If you made a decision to get something you will get it but it might be under stressful circumstances as this card, spades and swords representing some type of confrontation. If you let your emotions run free this battle will not succeed.
The Fool is a representation of Aeon found in the Holy Book of the Great Invisible Spirit. AEON refers to Abrasax the Horned God.. The servants feel no obligation to righteousness, the slaves of Aeon are enslaved by their seven impediment: name derived from the Sanskrit word abhraka and kAla abhraka. meaning black mica, a common mineral found in granite and other metamorphic rocks. When used as a fertiliser, the vegetables ionised the water and became healthier. This rejuvenate effect may well stem from the fact that the human body consists of the same foundational building blocks as black mica and that is the reason for ABRAXAS name corresponding to the cycles of vegetation, one for each day of the year.
(The Fool is known as Abraxas, Aeon, Baphomet. All these names describing the fool, the 'dark side of the sun' the 'reversal of the vibration', binding you with lies.)
Meaning of the card:
Reversal of the vibration of the universe and instead of enlightenment the Gorgon turned it into a horrible sound which is the dark side of the sun, the reversal of truth. The Horned God is using the 'stolen fire' to manipulate you.
A trickster, who changed the knowledge into lies, spreading through the media (Hermes), serves as a guideline, a warning for the next generation to be vigilant as he can outwit you for his own benefit. The reversed sun representing the dark side of the sun, The dark Veda, hiding of truth, misleading information to protect tricksters, thieves and wealthy patrons. The worshippers of Aeon often using the hand sign of the horn of Aeon to show their enslavement to hoarding wealth.
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M: You are captivated by one or more of the nine circle's of hell, malady. R: Abstract meaning of the card is telling you that there is a cure for the problem and therefore difficulties will be handled which will bring advancement.
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