Showing posts with label suspects. Show all posts
Showing posts with label suspects. Show all posts

Friday, April 22, 2016

Zaden McKnight


Zaden McKnight, of Dayton, Ohio, disappeared two years ago. His mother< Nichelle, was found, along the Stillwater River in Ohio, murdered, and her killer later committed suicide; but no one has seen Zaden. Where is he, and what happened to him?

We start with the seven of cups, crossed by the ten of swords, which is read reversed, here. This is a message about an investigation that has too many different directions and loose ends, and of someone who is taking advantage of this, but there is an element of "power seeking". In fact, the original situation between Zaden's mom and the perpetrator may have had elements of power and ego as motives. It would not be the only motive, but power was and is important to this person. Beneath this, we have the ace of pentacles, which tells us that Zaden's mom had an opportunity, or an asset, that made her situation and her life look very enviable to this perpetrator. She probably did not see it this way, but someone else did. Following this, we find the eight of cups, reversed, suggesting a spiritual path abandoned for a material path. Also, it suggests a celebration of sorts, involving more than one perpetrator.

As a sad possibility for this, Justice appears reversed. The suggestion here is to keep pushing Zaden's missing persons case into the news, and to refuse to give on finding him. Once again, material assets are referenced, but this time, it is by the ten of pentacles in events that are yet to come. I believe the message is dual: not only is the motive for the crime about materialism, but the motive for resolution may be helped by an offered reward. Yet, this approach often works, so I will keep my fingers crossed.

The four of swords appears reversed in the place of fears. This is a fear of the perpetrator that the case will begin to move a bit more quickly, after being stalled. In the immediate environment of the situation, we find the Knight of Cups. Because he is upside right, I am assuming that he means Zaden well and wants to find him. This man is more of an investigator than a fighter. In the place of hopes, we see the Page of Pentacles, which is the tip, or the information, that police are hoping for. The last card is the five of wands, which indicates that a suspect is playing games. Somehow, "power games" and struggles are a lifestyle for the person who killed Zaden's mother, and although he is no longer with us, someone is still actively engaged in those games.

The ten of swords suggests that Zaden died the same day his mother died. I am hoping that I am wrong about this, but swords deal with air, words, and testimony, and it looks as if the killer was worried about Zaden's possible testimony. Pentacles point us north, and we have the ace and the ten of pentacles, along with a page. Because of the seven of cups which appeared at the beginning of the reading, I am inclined to conclude "seven along the river" and because of the ten of pentacles, I would also search "ten" from wherever Zaden was last seen. I think the measurement is miles, in this case. I will keep hoping and praying that I am wrong about this conclusion, and I will keep hoping for justice for both Nichelle and Zaden.


Friday, November 23, 2012

Who Murdered Jersey Bridgeman?

Six year old Jersey Bridgeman, of Arkansas, was found murdered several days ago in house in Bentonville. There are no suspects in custody as I write this, and I will see what the cards have to say about how this happened. I asked about who and why. The reading begins with the Queen of Wands crossed by the nine of pentacles. This is a woman who would have enjoyed bringing Jersey up, and had a lot to offer her, but was somehow prevented, or blocked, from doing anything for her. The nine of pentacles, in this case, represents what was never allowed to materialize for Jersey.

Beneath this, we have the five of swords, which is a card of extreme anger and revenge. Somehow, a person responisible for Jersey felt personal resentment toward her, and one of the reasons is revealed in the next card, which is the three of pentacles, reversed. There was a sense that having a child that age was an obstacle to employment opportunties, and to resources in general. Death, reversed, represents stagnation, and unchanging circumstances. It also tells us that this child was always in a certain amount of danger. The next card is the three of wands, reversed. Whoever killed this little girl had an accomplice, as this card speaks of assistance and help, but reversed, the help is untrustworthy. It looks to me as if one party to Jersey's murder will betray the other. Another meaning we get from this card when it falls reversed is physical suffering and domination of a victim. Sadly, abuse played a role in this child's death.

The Page of Swords appears in the place of fears. This is someone who has already given false testimony to law enforcement, while knowing exactly what happened. It is also one accomplice who scares the other accomplice very much. In the place of environment, we get the four of wands, reversed. This is usually a card of celebration, sometimes family celebration. Reversed, the meaning does not really change that much, except that it sometimes means celebrations cut short, or happiness, but not perfect. This describes a life cut short, and speaks to Jersey's innocence. It also hints at the home and family environment where she was found, even though the home was empty. Following this, in the place of hopes, we have The High Priestess, reversed. This gives a feminine aura to the situation, and tells us that Jersey was hoping for maternal assistance that never came, hence the reversal. And the final card is the Queen of Swords, reversed. This a an intolerant, angry woman who shares responsibility in Jersey's fate.