Thursday, March 15, 2012

What Happened To Ava Enlow

Recently, a story aired on Nancy Grace about a two year old girl named Ava Enlow. The mother, Athena Manuma, dropped Ava off for a couple of days with the father, Brent Anderson. When she came to pick her daughter up, the whole house had been vacated; in fact, it had been foreclosed upon. Brent had not given Athena any indication of any of this before disappearing with their child. Police in Arizona are now looking for both the father and daughter.

This readin begins with the five of wands, crossed by the seven of pentacles. The five of wands indicates games, trickery, and half-truths. The seven indicates a planned and worked-for harvest. This tells me that this event was planned. The Knight of Pentacles is in the background, and in this case, I think this knight represents slow but steady progress toward a goal....the goal in this case being the custodial kidnapping of Ava.

In recent recent events, we have the King of Swords. This is a man involved with law enforcement or the application of law, and as he appears upright, I will assume that he has Ava's best interests at heart. His role in this matter is to undo the trickery with which the reading begins. The best that can come of all this is the Emporer, reversed, and he is a weak and unsatisfactory father figure. This almost speaks for itself, but I will spell it out: the very best thing that can happen is the apprehension of Ava's father. The nine of pentacles is in the near future, and I think there is a good chance that Ava will be found and returned home.

The six of cups describes the mental state of the man who took Ava. He has not considered the fact that Ava will grow up, and is only seeing her as an infant, and as a bargaining chip to use against Ava's mother. Their surroundings are the eight of wands, which is a journey through impossible odds. Also, as cups often symbolize West and wands are South, it's possible that Ava is "eight" to the south, or southwest. Ava's father is already afraid that this whole venture will not work out, as illustrated by the Wheel of Fortune reversed in the place of his fears, and the reading ends with the Fool. The Fool is a card of opportunities for everyone involved, and in this case, I think he is telling us that Ava's dad makes a silly mistake somewhere along the line and gets caught. I hope Ava is found safe.

Tuesday, March 13, 2012

Revisit To Jonbenet Ramsey's Case

An article about Jonbenet Ramsey was posted on the internet this morning, and since I have never done a reading about it, and the case was never solved, I decided to see what the cards would say. The reading is a Celtic Cross reading, and the question is "What happened to Jonbenet?"

The basis is the Knight of Swords crossed by the Queen of Swords. This Knight refers to violence, and often a violent death. He is crossed by the Queen of Swords, which tells me that the act was committed by a woman. The reversed ace of cups gives us a basis for the Queen's actions, and it tells us that the Queen was unhappy with all of the new opportunities that the victim enjoyed, and that the stress had become a burden, somehow, but the burden was more emotional than practical. The Sun is the passing reality, and this was Jonbenet's talent and future. The eight of cups reversed is what the Queen of Swords was seeking in her action, and reversed, this card simply means feasting and partying to one's heart's content. I think the Queen wanted to return to a life that did not include Jonbenet. The King of Swords is the next card. As he is not reversed, I think he may not be the one who did the deed, so to speak, but he knows more than he has told us. In fact, I was surprised by the presence of the King, Queen, and Knight of Swords in this reading, and the clarity of the symbolism was one of the reasons I wanted to share it.

In the place of the perpetrator's fears, we have the Empress. The Empress is the ultimate mother figure, and I interpret this to mean that the Queen had very negative feelings about having to parent, rather then having childlike opportunities in life. The card representing the home environment is the six of swords, which is a card of travel. The Queen of Swords did not always stay in one place, neither did any evidence. The Star comes up in the place of hopes. I really think this Queen did not see Jonbenet as a person in her own right, with a life and a future! I think the Queen somehow thought her actions were justified! The reading ends with the ten of cups, reversed. Upside right, the ten of cups points to a healthy family environment and a happy marriage, upside, it says the opposite. Which is very telling.

Wednesday, March 7, 2012

How Did Little Samuel Jones Get Into The Well

I usually wait for law enforcement to draw their own conclusions after a missing child has been found, but four year old Samuel Jones, of Carlsbad, New Mexico, was reported missing on Saturday night, and found early Sunday morning in an abandoned well near his home, and no one knows how he got there. Here's my reading, in an attempt to find answers.

This begins with the three of cups crossed by the eight of pentacles. Eight is a number that often coincides with apprenticeship, and deliberate effort, and the eight of pentacles is a card of skills and apprenticeship. It crosses the three, here, so I will assume that this little boy was happy up until the moment this happened. I am inclined to think he was lured, rather deliberately, by someone older than himself, and someone who saw some sort of "opportunity" in this. This is founded by the ace of swords, meaning opportunity was open. This opportunity was followed by the two of swords, reversed, which I think was hesitation on Samuel's part before he became trapped. Suddenly, the whole situation went completely wrong. This is crowned by the eight of cups, reversed. He died expecting to be rescued, knowing that he matters to those around him. The next card bothers me; it is the Moon, reversed. This tells me that this was not truly an accident, and that someone is also lying and concealing the truth about this matter.

The Magician comes up reversed in the place of negative intentions, and I think a man who knew what he was doing had some sort of agenda in this. This card is followed by the two of wands, reversed, in the place of environs, which tells me that he had at least one accomplice. The two of pentacles appears in the place of hopes, and that refers to communications; this person does not want an actual account of what happened to become known. This is concluded with the page of swords, which speaks of spying, or communication by remote, or the internet. This is also a person who is younger than the Magician, and more adept with social media and the internet.

Monday, March 5, 2012

Where Is Ayla Reynolds

I got a request for another reading for Ayla Reynolds. I did one in December of last year. I was sincerely hoping that Ayla would be found by now. After considering the best line of question for the Tarot, I decided to simply ask where Ayla could be found.

This reading begins with the Queen of Wands crossed by the Emperor. I am very inclined to interpret this as being involvement of Ayla's father, (Emperor) and an adult female that is not her mother. Situationally, the background is the Devil, which means bondage and inability to work with a situation. This is what life had become for Ayla, even as a toddler. Also, I think violence has played a role, but I have thought that every since I did the first reading. The next card describing what has passed is the Knight of Wands, which I think is an event, here, rather than a person. I think this card is telling us that Ayla is "gone", as knights often represent coming and going, and the suit of wands is associated with fire, so fire may have played a role in covering the tracks of whoever made Ayla disappear. The two of wands comes up in the place of things that may happen. This is a card of plans and partners, and here, it tells of at least two people know where Ayla is; one male and one female. Next, comes the nine of swords. This card signifies worry and sleepless nights.

At the bottom of the staff, we have the Star, reversed. Lack of inspiration....lack of honesty. This is followed by the nine of cups, turning up in the place of environment. Ayla's hiding place was hastily chosen, water, single family dwellings, and the number nine play a role or are landmarks, somehow.  The Queen of Swords is another player here, she would seek to control the information and communication. As she comes up reversed, she does not have Ayla's best interest at heart. The reading concludes with the two of pentacles, reversed. This tells me that the Queen of Swords will not have her way, and eventaully, communication and information about Ayla's whereabouts will come to light.

We have three players, here; one male and two female.