What Happened to Mike? – A Missing-Person “Side-trip”

Well, I thought, if a psychic can tackle this rapidly-chilling case of unexplained disappearance, why not a qabalist? I've been leaning more heavily in the direction of my very first reading on the disappearance of Mike McClain, which suggested that he was accosted by two aggressive men, one older than the other. In taking a … Continue reading What Happened to Mike? – A Missing-Person “Side-trip”

Who Killed Lynne? – A Rogue’s-Gallery “Whodunit” Reading

Lynne Brennan, a 53-year-old Manchester, NH mother of three was found dead in her apartment on October 11, 2010; it was ruled a homicide but no-one has ever been charged with her murder, and no further details were released by police. https://www.wmur.com/article/new-hampshire-unsolved-case-file-lynne-brennan/23480932 I applied my "Rogue's Gallery" spread to this cold case to see what … Continue reading Who Killed Lynne? – A Rogue’s-Gallery “Whodunit” Reading

“It’s Good to Be the King!*” – A “Match Game” Example Reading

This is a hypothetical reading using my "Match Game" Relationship Dynamic Spread. It portrays an old-fashioned patriarchal (that is, "male-dominant") marital relationship; at my age I've seen plenty of those going back to the 1950s. Essentially, the man calls all the shots and the woman pretty much sucks up whatever he deals out. (I might … Continue reading “It’s Good to Be the King!*” – A “Match Game” Example Reading

Donald Trump’s “Quintessence” Profile

These days everyone is a pop psychologist. In the minds of the culturally over-stimulated, every egotistical high-achiever who exhibits the slightest lack of empathy is labeled a "narcissist," and any borderline misfit who ever harbors a dark thought is automatically branded a "sociopath." The fact that few of these assumptions would satisfy the medical definition … Continue reading Donald Trump’s “Quintessence” Profile

What Happened to Mike? – A Physical Status Snapshot

I just created a "state of undoing" table that is designed to aid in assessing the survival potential of individuals in missing-person situations. Although tarot professionals like to say that no single card can predict death, in missing-person scenarios it's an unavoidable possibility that must be accounted for in the interest of full disclosure. Especially … Continue reading What Happened to Mike? – A Physical Status Snapshot

The Quick, the Dead and the In-Between: A “State of Undoing” Table

The fundamental quandary in any missing-person reading is whether the cards describe the absent party as alive, deceased or somewhere in-between (injured, ill, captive, physically abused, etc.) Most tarot professionals consider the very idea of contemplating physical death to be borderline unethical, but any extended missing-person scenario must inevitably confront the possibility, if only in … Continue reading The Quick, the Dead and the In-Between: A “State of Undoing” Table