Monday, November 18, 2013

U-Predict - A Prehistoric Atomic War? - 11/12/2013

At Rajasthan in India, radioactive ash covers three square miles.  In this area, an ancient city was unearthed which appears to have been destroyed by an atomic explosion some 8,000 to 12,000 years ago. It has been estimated that half a million people could have died in the blast and it was at least the size of those that devastated Japan in 1945.  It is this unusual fact that inspired this edition of U-Predict.  The Mahabharata is an important source of information on the development of Hinduism between 400 BCE and 200 CE and is regarded as a history. Within the Mahabharata is the description of some kind of a superweapon that was fired with deadly result.  Despite a very close correlation between the description of this weapon, and descriptions of our own modern weapons, and the radiation at Rajasthan, archeologists and anthropologists consider these writings as cultural myths.  So that is the question we asked the tarot - was there a prehistoric atomic war?  Where did the weapon come from? Finally, we asked if a terrorist was going to explode an atomic weapon.

Two weeks ago, we discussed very ancient ruins in South Africa.  The Reading Room produced a synchronistic reading that basically followed the story of the Anunnaki, a people who came from the stars to mine gold on this planet.  Ancient Sumerian texts describe that the Anunnaki’s advanced technology was either weaponized and used in war, or fell into hands who misused it and it caused a catastrophe. ( U- Predict Blog - 200,000 Year Old Ruins).  Many readers were curious if there was a link between that topic and the topic of the prehistoric atomic war.  The Reading Room’s interpretation of the cards in that reading leaned more towards the idea of the technology being misused rather than out and out weaponized.  This subject brought about a similar interpretation.  The reading room included Ivy Lieberman, Anita Perez, Jean Maurie Puhlman, Kea Hypnosis, Joanne Matthews, and ReeNee Cummins. 

First we had synchronicity with The Sun, The Moon, and The Stars.  (For someone who is unfamiliar with how we use the term, it indicates that several readers pull the card during the reading process).  Any time we discover that we are talking about something extraterrestrial, we get groupings of cards that describe space or the solar system.  So here is a repeat of the prior theme on U-Predict - extraterrestrial civilization with advanced technology.  Of these cards, The Moon was extremely synchronistic.  There are two esoteric theories in play here.  One is that extraterrestrials may have, or had, a base on the moon.  There is also the more likely meaning, that permission to use this technology was falsely obtained.  Either the power was underestimated or the intention was to make a situation better; it was only made worse at the cost of many lives.  We also got the card of The High Priestess.  This card talks about things that are hidden.  Again, this describes the technology as misunderstood - more powerful than realized.  Jean Maurie stated that “I'm getting that they had some kind of mind power that they misused.”  Ivy Lieberman read that “the threat was hidden and experimental, and built over eons, and when it came out of the dark, it took away all that had been accomplished.”  There is also the idea that mainstream science doesn’t want to investigate far from the usual, the established.  One does have to ask themselves what would happen if a much deeper, longer, more exotic history was revealed as truth.  What would happen if ancient myths were actually history that changed our concept of civilization and the institutions that support it (especially religion)? 

Of any suit that was pulled we had more swords than any other suit.  This is the suit of the element air.  It bespeaks of thinking things through; it also bespeaks “you reap what you sew.”  Did this civilization reap something bad because they misused their technology?  Did they become too busy chasing gold or other elements to take care to work safely and sanely?  Is this one reason that many find these crypto archeology topics disturbing?  Is there a chance that we keep repeating this cycle, reincarnating into different roles until we get it right?  We had an incredible amount of the 8 of Swords (appeared 8 times in separate readings).  Eight is the number of business.  Perhaps the tarot is telling us the money aspect is most important.  The 8 of Swords also talks about being bound or enslaved by an idea.  Since we’ve already had readings about the wrong decision being made, were the people bound to supporting or believing in this technology?  We also had the 5 of Swords - the card of the opponent winning.  There also was the 4 of Swords, recuperation, but half the cards pulled were reversed.  If this “accident” caused a recuperation, the recuperation was long and arduous. 

The only synchronistic Pentacle (material things) was the 5 of Pentacles.  This is a card of disagreement.  Again, the cards point to disagreement between groups on the use of this technology.  We had synchronicities on the 8 and 9 of Wands.  These cards give credence to the other cards.  The 9 of Wands talks about a fair outcome for all involved.  It also is a card of doing the right thing.  However, its companion in this reading is the 8 of Wands, which is about activity speeding up having to produce faster.  Is there a possibility that haste added to this tragedy?  What can that teach us about today and how we make decisions? The only Cup (emotion) that we had in synchronicity was the 7 of Cups.  This is the card of the dreamer and of daydreams.  Did the proponents make grandiose promises?  Is that what convinced people to go along with the misuse of the technology? 

The final synchronistic card was the King of Wands.  Over half of these pulls showed a reversed card.  This speaks of being ruthless, unwilling to admit mistakes, being very divisive.  Does this card reach to the very heart of the problem?  Did the hubris of a few, cause the demise of many?  Again, what could we learn from the King of Wands?

Our final question was about the safety of our future, and the possibility of terrorist groups detonating an atomic weapon.  The good news that we got was that it would take more money and technology than current groups now hold to do this.  Will things change?  What can we learn from the radioactivity in Rajasthan?  U-Predict...