Sunday, June 26, 2011

Moderated Comments

Someone made a request to me that I moderate my comments on this blog, so I did. Now that they are moderated, anyone who wants to tell me something private via comments on here can do so, and I will not publish the comment unless that is what you want.

Friday, June 24, 2011

The Best Way For Whoever Has Kyron To Return Him

Ok; yesterday, I did a reading discussing who could tell us where Kyron is, and now here is one describing the best way for the person who currently has Kyron to give him back. Kyron Horman was last seen in his Portland school, Skyline Elementary, on June 4, 2010, in the morning before classes began.

This is a Celtic Cross reading, and the first card is the two of swords. This reiterates yesterdays reading, which featured the stalemate of the two of swords as a defensive posture of the perpetrator. It is crossed by the Emporer. From this, I glean that this person is deadlocked into a stalemate over something with Kyron's father. It is founded by the six of pentacles, reversed. This tells me that someone involved either feels they did not get what they earned, or truly didn't. In either case, the situation evolved into this person getting nothing, as shown by the five of pentacles representing the energies slowly passing from the situation. Crowning this, the Tower, reversed, is the best possible outcome. So at this point, no matter what happens, whoever has Kyron should plan on making major lifestyle changes in the future. This is verified by the arrival of the Knight of Wands in the very near future. I think this card has a double meaning: I think a man who really wants to get to the bottom of this and find Kyron is nearby, and I think it represents a change of residence for the person who has Kyron. And possibly for Kyron.

On the staff, the negative feelings of the person who has Kyron was represented by the four of pentacles, reversed. This is a feeling that time and resources have been wasted, and that the whole gesture of taking Kyron was a waste of energy. Following this card, in the place of the person's personal environment, is the three of swords, reversed. Agreements have fallen apart, trust is eroding, and no one really wants to play this game anymore. In the place of the perpetrator's hopes, we get the nine of cups......the perpetrator is comfortable and wants things to remian just as they are. As a final outcome, the Page of Swords comes up. I do not feel that the Page of Swords is the perpetrator, and I do not feel that the perpetrator is going to try to make this right by giving Kyron back to his parents. The suggestion made by the Page of Swords is that there really are no secrets, and this secret will force it's way into the open in a life-altering way.

One possible interpretation of the five of pentacles is a church, and that could provide the means to give Kyron back to his parents. I believe it has been suggested before. The way this card is followed by a knight would warn the perpetrator to just leave, after making sure Kyron found an adult to sit down and talk to. It could work.

Wednesday, June 22, 2011

Who Can Tell Us Where Kyron Is?

Ok, I found myself asking this question, and wanting to post the answer I got. It is a Celtic Cross reading about Kyron Horman, who went missing on June 4, 2010, from Portland Oregon.

The basis of the matter is the Empress, reversed, crossed by the Lovers. This tells me that someone who should have been more motherly and responsible than she was made and continues to make very selfish choices. The Lovers can represent the making of a choice, or an actual partnership, and in this case, I think it represents both. And the fact that the Empress did not act alone is always on her mind........someone who knows the facts and can throw her under the bus, so to speak.

Founding the matter is the three of cups, reversed. A newly hatched plan did not work out as planned, and has been abandoned. The passing influence here is the three of wands reversed, telling me that there were accomplices, and there was a definate plan. The reversal of the card indicates the dishonesty. This is crowned by the nine of cups, reversed. While no one has been held accountable for Kyron's disappearance yet, whatever was supposed to have been accomplished has not worked out as planned. The soon-to-come influence is the Page of cups. This is really a big part of the answer to my question, indicating that if the person who knows something about Kyron's whereabouts will kindly speak up, the news will be good.

The staff begins with the Page of wands, reversed. The person who could bring Kyron home is untruthful, instead. In the place of home environment and public perception, I get the Star, reversed. Who this person is, he/she is seen as unrealistic and a bit unstable. In the place of hopes and fears, there is the two of swords, reversed. Whoever this is has someone else in a stalemate, and has used it to keep things just they way they are for Kyron and his family. I take this to be a fear, because the person is very afraid of the stalemate ending. And as a final outcome, I have the four of swords, reversed, which means that for good or for ill, the stalemate WILL end, and information will make it's way out from somewhere about this little boy.

Monday, June 20, 2011

What Happened To Adam Herrman?

Here's a Celtic Cross reading I did for Adam Herrman, the eleven year old who disappeared from his adoptive parents' home in 1999.

The first card is the page of pentacles, reversed. This, I believe, represents Adam. It is crossed by the Lovers. This tells me that his adoptive parents, together, saw him as somehow counterproductive to the functioning of their family. The fact that Adam is represented by the suit of pentacles also tells me that the problem Mr. and Mrs. Herrman had with Adam was not personal, but involved family "politics", and financial resources. Underneath the first two cards is the Star, which I believe is telling me that Adam was born with great potential that was never realized. The High Priestess was behind, moving out of his life at the time, so there was some feminine support that had recently ceased to be part of Adam's life. This is crowned with the eight of swords, reversed, telling me that whatever did happen, it involved Adam finally becoming free from a situation that was little more than a trap. The next card, is the ten of pentacles, reversed. I believe this is the whole reason Adam is missing; reversed, this card tells of inheritances going to the wrong people, and ill-gotton financial bonuses. It also describes theft, and Mr. and Mrs. Herrman did plead guilty to theft in connection to young Adam's money.

The first card on the staff, in the place of Adam's fears, is the three of wands. He was probably told he was going on a long trip somewhere, but not told where. The second card, indicating the "home" environment, or things currently around Adam, is the two of pentacles, reversed. He is hidden, lied about, possibly in a spot where things get moved around by the elements from time to time, and maybe on a "2nd Street", or a place where 2 or 200 is the house number. He may have been locked in a building. In the place of his hopes, is the Empress, representing the mother. Either Adam was waiting for his real mother or his adopted mother to come back and get him. The final outcome is the Wheel of Fortune, reversed. I do not think Adam is with us, anymore. I hope he is found, so that his biological family can get closure, and so that his adoptive "parents" can be brought to justice.

Friday, June 10, 2011

Timothy Pitzen

I did a Celtic Cross reading for Timothy Pitzen, asking the question, "Where is Timothy Pitzen?". Here is what I got in answer: The Lovers, reversed, crossed by the seven of cups. This tells me that the mother not only was unstable, but had very likely recently had some romantic hopes dashed. The seven of cups tells me that while the relationship was real enough, her expectations were not. The groundwork for this question was the six of pentacles reversed, and this also speaks to the situation of the mother. She was simply not willing to do her share of the work involved in partnership and family. Sad. As something that recently happened, I have the ace of pentacles reversed, (two reversed pentacles explaining why this happened) and it tells of a material opportunity lost in the mother's life, only this time, it affected the boy. Crowning the situation, I have the queen of wands reversed, and I honestly believe that more more of this is investigated, we will find that the mother was jealous for some reason. The card telling me the immediate reason for her actions is the five of swords, indicating a power struggle and revenge.

For the first card on the staff, we have the World, reversed, indicating that wherever he is, he is worried that he will not be found. The number of this card is 21; I sincerely hope that this does not mean that he will be 21 when found! The next card, home environment, is the nine of cups, which is a good card to have in that position. It means that his surroundings are warm and happy with all that he needs materially. This is followed by the nine of wands, reversed, in the place of Timothy's hopes, and I really think that he is impatient to go back to his home, and familiar surroundings. All of this is controlled by the knight of wands, which tells me that a male between the ages of 22 and 40 is involved, and also that Timothy may be on the move. There is nothing to indicate that he is deceased, although the World reversed does worry me. Please keep Timothy in your prayers.

Thursday, June 9, 2011

Psychic Tips

Recently, a psychic called the police in Texas to report that there were dozens of dismembered corpses on a certain property. Because of the heinousness of what the psychic described, the police decided to check it out. There had been a family squabble and suicide attempt at the house in the past, but nothing like the crime scene the psychic had been so sure existed. Here's a link to that story. Hollywood has given us a truly fictitious idea of how psychic talent works.

A very serious impediment to using psychic vision to find a missing person is lack of knowledge about the subject of the search, and not knowing exactly what to ask. Even the most gifted of sensitives cannot focus upon an area or a person completely unknown to him and get precise answers. And, like it or not, there are simply not that many humans on the planet with that kind of metaphysical talent at this point in history. It takes time to develop, time to learn, and even more time to learn how to interpret information. Still, kudos to the police in Texas for listening to the information that was given them, and checking on it, anyway. Had any of it been true, even the smallest amount, it would have made a big difference to the community.

A very serious problem that law enforcement has with the use of psychics is the quality of the information, even valid information, that psychics relay. I can "listen" telepathically to a crime victim who is missing, or even see what he is willing to show me through his eyes sometimes, but if all I see is a white house, or a railroad in the background, then it is of almost no use as a clue. Something that can be useful from a psychic, from time to time, can be a description of an unknown suspect. But by and large, people have not reached an evolutionary point wherein communication is efficient enough, either for the visionary or the seeker, to use that kind of information to solve a crime. A certain website encouraging people to try to remotely "see" certain things pertaining to unsolved crimes will disagree with me, but this is what I have found in over thirty years of using divination. There are, of course, execptions, and I look forward to the day when all of us can understand one another more easily.

A practical/moral problem in using divination occurs when law enforcement and others simply will not listen to what an eyewitness is trying to relate after a crime has been committed. Take the Jaycee Dugard case, for example; her stepfather, Carl Probyn, was on his bicycle, watching in horror, as eleven year old Jaycee was forced into a vehicle and kidnapped. Because a motor vehicle is obviously faster than a bicycle, the kidnappers got away. But he gave a very good account to the event, along with an excellent description of Nancy Garrido, who snatched Jaycee. Instead of listening to him, the police accused him. There was not a thing a psychic could have added to Carl Probyn's testimony; law enforcement had an obligation to listen to him, and they didn't. Why should telepathy or remote viewing replace an eyewitness account? It shouldn't. Law enforcement ALREADY had quite a bit of credible information that they completely disregarded. If I had done a reading for them, it probably would have directed them back to the testimony of Carl Probyn.

While I am discussing moral problems with psychic talents, allow me to make one more point. This has to do with wishful thinking and ego tripping. If I do not get any useful information from a reading, or I get information the seeker does not want to hear, I simply say so. The case of Shawn Hornebeck, who was kidnapped by a stranger and held hostage for four years, is an example of this. Psychics told his parents that he was dead, and even gave them messages, allegedly from Shawn, from "beyond". This in inexcusable, and I do not believe that anyone got any message concerning Shawn from anywhere, until the day the kidnapper tried to grab another child.

That said, I can tell you that divination works very well for me. But answers to questions that I can answer all by meself, no tarot cards, telepathy, or runes, do not just fall out of the sky. In fact, I don't necessarily always feel terribly "enlightened" when I "sense" soemthing. Extrasensory perception can almost be described as seeing a matter from a completely different perspective. Maybe that is what it really is.........or using highly tuned intuition to to reach a very different conclusion than most people would reach. While it just does not work the Hollywood has led the public to believe it works, I am still grateful that there are police forces in this country who will listen to any information to keep the rest of us safe.

Sunday, June 5, 2011

Kyron Horman

As promised, my reading about Kyron Horman. My exact question was "is Kyron coming back?". I did a very simple layout, just past, present, and future.

For the past, the first card I got was the three of wands, reversed. This tells me that this was definately a planned event, with an intention of deception, including accomplices, probably two or three. The next card is the Knight of Cups. This card fell upright, and I think this is a sensitive male who was involved, but may not have known the criminal intent of the person who planned Kyron's disappearance. He is probably between the ages of 18 and 40..........give or take several years on either side. I am sensing that he is single. This card was followed by the King of Swords, reversed. This is an older, educated male, possibly an attorney, or otherwise invovled in law, who does not have Kyron's best interests at heart.

The present gave me the six of swords as the first card, telling me that wherever Kyron is, he is on the move. That is good; if Kyron is in transit from one place to another, that indicates that he is likely still with us. It was followed by the ace of wands, reversed. This tells of a missed opportunity to locate Kyron, but....but....but; the last card for the present is the Empress reversed. This indicates a woman with "reverse maternal" feelings about Kyron. The combination tells me that the travel indicated in the six of swords was a deliberate move to get Kyron out of sight for the present. This was done over the weekend, just as the year mark approached. So someone is still trying very hard to keep him hidden.

For the future, I have the five of cups as the first card. While a lot has been lost, there could still be a resolution to this, if Kyron is found now. I also see disappointment and a betrayal for the person who stole Kyron. This has not turned out the way she planned it at all. The next card is the Knight of Wands, reversed. What began as fun and games for the kidnapper becomes danger of exposure, as the knight of wands turns on her. He does not have Kyron's best interest at heart either, but is the one who "flips" on everyone else involved. This is followed by the five of wands, reversed. Much was done in a spirit of vengeance, and continues to be cloaked in deceit. Sadly, while I see this resolving, I see it resolving slowly, as layers and layers of trickery fall apart and details get ignored. The good thing is, Kyron is still with us, according to this reading.

Tarot Discussion

Yesterday, on the sad anniverary of Kyron Horman's disappearance, someone asked me to do a Tarot reading about it and publish it online. So I thought about it, and how I would do this, and came up with this blog. I don't have much here, yet; I am planning on including a deck of Tarot cards for everyone to look at, and possibly outlining and explaining some other forms of divination, too. I have never had divination give me a bum steer, but I want to say that it is very important to understand and interpret carefully. Also, there are some things we just shouldn't ask...........and I mostly refer to death here. When doing readings for missing persons, this unfortunately comes up.........but it has been my experience most of the time that inasmuch as the "soul" is concerned, death is just another step in a long process of evolution. Another reason to avoid asking "when someone will die" is that all of us would be "playing for the day of death", and not living life on life's terms, if we had such information. There have only been a very small handful of times that the Tarot has FORETOLD a death in a reading of mine, and each time, it has been a preventable death. Another thing to keep in mind is that Tarot will often describe a future in terms of options and choices, but usually not as if it were "written in stone". This means that many factors influence day to day affairs, and the Tarot is best employed to help one reflect on the best choices, rather than for "telling the future". That said, I really love Tarot!