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So, Jeff got back to me about the date of his death, and I wanted to share it with you guys so that you could see how this sort of thing works. Since my near miss in 2011, I've been able to (at times) connect with dead friends and family through my cards. It's a pretty straight-up process whereby the spirit of the passed person chats with my own spirit, and then my spirit tells me via the cards that come up in the spread that I took a photo of here.
To make it work (for me anyway), I have to know the Chaldean Numerological vibration of the person, and lay out the information request with that person's card and my own card on the ends (along with the Sun and Moon cards to denote the two human realms involved in the conversation).
As you can see, I have Jeff's Knight of Cups (#2) on the left and under the Moon card (#4) signifying that I'm connecting with Jeff, who resides in the "spirit" Informational Realm. My card, the 2 of Cups (#1) is beneath the Sun card (#3), to the right, signifying that I'm still alive and residing within the Material Realm. I leave room between these two positions for three information cards that will be shuffled into position as my "spirit" works with my brain-hand coordination system to "shuffle the right cards into position" for the reveal.
I ask Jeff to just tell my "spirit" the date of his death, and I told him that I knew that it could be any one of three different dates (Jun 12, 13 or 14). I made sure he understood that my own "spirit" would translate his reply properly for me through the symbols on the cards that will come up, and to just be clear concerning the date.
The reveal was pretty friggin' revealing.
This is how the middle cards came up - exactly.
Probably the best way to do this is to simply bullet-point my observation and translation.
- #5 - the 6 of Swords
- #6 - the 3 of Cups and the 10 of Cups.
- Two different suits here - Swords and Cups
- One Sword suit card - 6
- Two Cups suit cards - 3 and 10
- The single Swords suit card here signifies that this card represents a unique delineation relative to the two Cups suit cards, suggesting that we've got two groupings here.
- I'm looking for a specific date here, and I've given him three dates to choose from (since it could only have been one of those three dates).
- June is the 6th month, and since that first card (#5) is the only Swords suit card (and it's a 6 of Swords), I'm seeing that card as representing June - the month that Jeff died.
- The next two cards (#6) are both Cups suit, so I'm grouping them together.
- They add up to 13 (3 of Cups and 10 of Cups), so I'm reading them as the 13th day of the month.
- The results state that Jeff told me that he died on June 13th.
You guys can think whatever you like, but it actually makes the most sense to me that Jeff died in the early morning hours of Monday June 13th. After all, he would've put a call in to someone on that Monday after driving back to his room Sunday (dead broke) to see if anyone could help him stay in that room for another week as he figured out his next move, and that call was never made after his call to Tom on Sunday evening (June 12). The hotel manager had been knocking on his door since Monday morning for the rent, since his car was right there in the parking lot. I'm just surprised that they waited until Thursday to let themselves into his room to see what was up.
As far as I'm concerned Jeff's closed the book on this mystery.
originally posted by: Cuervo
a reply to: NorEaster
Awesome! I love the significator idea for the person you are trying to contact.
I think your explanation of the mechanics and mine are similar when it comes to contacting the other sides through Tarot (ie "have your people talk to my people and we'll throw down some cards")
This spread seems so intuitive and makes so much sense that I'm having a hard time understanding why I haven't just done it this way before. Thank you so much for sharing; I'm definitely going to remember it.
originally posted by: earthblaze
My card is the Prince of Wands. How did you identify your brother's card if you don't mind me asking?
originally posted by: GreenIrish
a reply to: NorEaster
Another source for how to calculate Chaldean name numbers et al is at www.thereadingroom101.com. Check it out - there is also a simplified book on the topic.