“The true Tarot is symbolism; it speaks no other language and offers no other signs.” - Arthur Edward Waite
“An imprisoned person with no other book than the Tarot, if he knew how to use it, could in a few years acquire universal knowledge, and would be able to speak on all subjects with unequaled learning and inexhaustible eloquence.” ~ Eliphas Levi
“Remember that the Tarot is a great and sacred arcanum - its abuse is an obscenity in the inner and a folly in the outer. It is intended for quite other purposes than to determine when the tall dark man will meet the fair rich widow.” - Jack Parsons: rocket engineer, chemist, and Thelemite occultist Died on June 17, 1952 (aged 37)in an explosion
"...every erudite occultist, all esotericists, must always call on the 'standard of measures,' the Tarot, if they do not want to fall into the absurd." - Samael Aun Weor
The legend of the Tuatha Dé Danann tells of a race of divine beings or gods who possessed supernatural powers divine beings that arrived in Ireland shrouded in a mist
(symbolizes the aether). This race of divine beings were led by a King called Nuada and a Queen called Danu. There are accounts of the Tuatha de Danann and Goddess Danu in various parts of Europe including Denmark, once known as Danmark, Norway, Austria and
even Ancient Greece. Some say they even fled from Atlantis when it sunk beneath the ocean.
And just as the Tribes of Israel are separated into four clans the Tuatha Dé Danann were also separated into four clans symbolized by different cities and poets,
they also brought with them four sacred treasures and each of the four kings of the clans possessed one of these magical items:
- Sword of Nuada which was said to be a sword of light,
- Stone of Fal stone of destiny was said to roar with joy when the rightful king placed his foot upon it,
- Cauldron of Dagda was said to never empty and nobody ever left unsatisfied and the
- Spear of Lug, no battle was ever sustained against it or the main that held it.
Charles will be coronated on a chair that is build around the stone of destiny.
The Catholic Church and royal mountbatten frauds are obsessed with the Tuatha de Danann because they know they are the divine race and true royality.
The story goes that St Patrick arrived in Ireland as a slave some time in the Fifth Century (about 1500 years ago), the best known account of St Patrick is from the Irish Annals written by a man called Thady Dowling between 1632 – 1636. He wrote the Irish Annals in Latin and it was largely based on a number of manuscripts that can no longer in be traced, so basically we just have to take is word for it.
Dowling was very connected to the Catholic Church, he was appointed treasurer of the Leighlin diocese in Ireland by Dublin Vicar General John Bale and in 1591 he was promoted to the vacant post of chancellor. When the vicar general of the Leighlin diocese Fergal Cure died in 1602, he assumed the responsibilities of his office.
The Catholic Church used the myth of St Patrick to legitmize their own Christian customs, laws, rituals on the Irish people and install their own false kings. They twisted a lot of the myths surrounding St Patrick into the earlier Celtic myths to make them more digestable and acceptable to the Irish as they slowly transitioned them into full blown Catholicism.
Some of the myths they created about St Patrick were that he was born on a Flagstone, note the similarities of flagstone which is a flat stone used to build a structure upon and the cornerstone which is connected to Jesus.
It was said that the Flagstone was imbued with magical powers and that if one lied while touching it the stone would weap.
He was brought to a blind man to be baptized but there was no water for the blind man to use to baptize St Patrick then suddenly a well sprung forth which healed the blind man's eyes and gave him instant knowledge. This myth has connections to Lugh of the Tuatha de Dannan where a story goes that a King who was said to be the direct decendant of Lugh who was forced to give up his last eye when he is led to a bush of reeds and instructed to pull them out, when he does a lake bursts forth and the water heals his eyes restoring his sight.
When Patrick was a child it was said he halted a flood by dipping his hands in the water and drawing fire from it, he can also breath on ice and set it on fire as though it were wood. He it was also said that Patrick lit a fire on Easter which was in contravention to the laws of the Kings of Tara and when the Druids confronted him St Patrick summoned demons to raise the Druid Lokru into the air letting him fall back to earth striking his head against a stone and he turned to dust and ash. The Druid Loigara was enraged and went to kill Patrick then Patrick began loudly singing the verses from Psalms 68 about God using the Tribes of Isreal to scatter the enemy and crushing them. It was said that Patrick could command spirits, call forth lightning, winds and earthquakes. In another confrontation with the Druids when Lygarras son Lugeth became king he refused to accept Christianity and mocked Patrick Lugeeth was then killed by a lightning bolt.
Patrick gave his blessings to one Celtic festival called Lunasa and he was said to visit a fair in Tailtu but forbids any killings on the fields there which were supposedly a Pagan custom however he then gives his permission to sacrifice one human at a place called Rath Airthir which was an ancient fortress near the Tailtu site which would become a major center for the Church of Patrick.
Another site situated on a mountain known today as Kroll Patrick was connected to Lugh of the Tuatha de Danann and the wife of Lugh, Lugh is also known as Skal which translates to “Giant Hero” ...there was a ritual associated with this mountain which reenacts the deeds of the god King Lugh and then Patrick explictly takes over this ritual and similar rituals enacted in assocation with Lugh on other mountains around Ireland. Patrick was said to have climbed the mountain and resided there for 40 days just like Moses climbed a mountain and fasted for 40 days and Jesus escaped to the desert and fasted for 40 days. Patrick climbs the mountain is confronted by a group of demons in the form of snakes (some versions say black birds), he fights with them and drives them into the sea where they are drowned. This myth is literally copying the myth of Lugh from the Tuatha de Danann who defeated his enemies on top of the same mountain driving them into the sea and drowing them.
After Patrick defeats the snakes a huge host of angels in the form of white birds visit Patrick and with them is the angel Victor who visited him several times. Patrick then blesses all of Ireland from the top of the mountain and orders 7 people from his household to stand atop 7 mountains and stand guard over Ireland. Another version of the myth says that God spoke and that all the holy men of Ireland, past, present and future should literally climb the mountain.
People are confused by the stories of St Patrick ridding Ireland of snakes because there are no literal snakes in Ireland not even 1500 years ago, the only snakes in Ireland was the snake symbolism connected to King Nuada and Queen Danu of the Tuatha De Danann and the symbol of the snake is also connected to the Tribe of Dan.
(Genesis 49:16 – 18) Dan will provide justice for his people as one of the tribes of Israel. Dan will be a snake by the roadside, a viper along the path, that bites the horse’s heels so that its rider tumbles backward. I look for your deliverance, Lord.