|Hindpsych: Erstwhile Conjectures by the Sometime Augur of Yore
June asks: Can you do a reading on the Space Shuttle Challenger disaster that occurred on January 28, 1986?
Our hindpsych reading for Challenger's 1986 launch confirms disaster, even at a casual glance. As the figures in the middle and right cards face left, we read the cards from right to left. We begin with the Fool, setting off on an adventure. Where is the Fool looking? The stars in the sky of the middle card are his goal. The final card, "Judgement," depicts a trumpeting angel, resurrecting the dead from watery graves. We can say with confidence that the Challenger launch ends in disaster, and we can now move on.
|* Historians must reconstruct the past out of hazy memory. "Once upon a time" requires "second sight." The "third eye" of intuition can break the "fourth wall" of conventional perspectives. Instead of "pleading the fifth," historians can take advantage of the "sixth sense" and be in "seventh heaven." All with the power of hindpsych, the "eighth wonder of the world." It has been said that those who forget the past are condemned to repeat it. Therein lies the importance of Tarot readings for antiquity. When we confirm what has already occurred, we break the shackles of the past, freeing ourselves to chart new courses into the future.