posted on Jun, 6 2007 @ 10:24 AM
OK, not being a math whiz, I thought of this more along the lines of a message. Sort of like handing out a card to someone who parks taking up two
spaces, and you want them to think about it.
The OP said the guy acted angry, and was talking loud, which I would take to mean that he felt he wasn't being understood.
So here's my rough translation:
Think! (Big light bulb) Everything/all energy (you is implied, because card is directed at a single person) are in a box. Think! (light bulb covers
both lines of 'script') outside the box(this line of 'script' is actually outside of the box/square)u(text for you) equal the same thing only
slightly changed in higher dimensions (the set of the equation).
The line (_ _ _ _ _ ) just ended that thought or statement.
RAN, means that if you used this idea of a higher self and tried to change (the 'yes-no boxes) the path would lead to answer on the reverse side(the
line with the notation of PTO for 'please turn over')
The other side of the card reads from right to left as it is a continuation of the front.
Higher dimensions (5 and the plus) would still reflect (the shadowing effect) you (implied again) in a box.
So basically it says that you and the world are 'closed' in and even if you attained a higher degree of understanding, you would still wind up in a
box, or in effect, closed minded.
Dude, I think he was just dissing you and your other workers with these cards, which is why he gave out more than one. He may have gotten in some type
of 'trouble' for such action before, which is why he fashioned it in such a cryptic manner. Maybe at another store like yours he was asked to leave
or in some way made to feel that he was unwelcome, and he came in your store ready to show his anger.
I would check with some other stores to see if there was a disturbance with a customer a few days to a couple of weeks prior to your own event. They
might still have video of it if the problem was big enough.
Just a different take on the card. I really don't know what it means, but that's the way it feels to me.