The Power of Zero and Freedom of Choice

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To start with a little bit of history. The “FOOL” number zero Tarot card to the left was part of the Rider-Waite Smith tarot deck illustrated by Pamela Colman Smith, a British artist known by her nickname Pixie. The left one is part of Thoth Tarot Deck of Aleister Crowley.
Both have the same value, zero, but initiating diametrically opposite energies affecting our sub-conscience and, in many ways influencing us.
Trivial, you might say. It is not.
The first tarot deck of Arthur Edward Waite saw the light of the world in 1909 and the second of Aleister Crowley in 1944. It is evident that there is a process going on many years to replace everything representing pure human values with so-called “modern” “new culture,” based on deception of freedom and using the same people they chose to govern us.
The first, on the left, “fool,” of 1909, looks like it goes towards the place, let’s call it Teotihuacan, where they say that men are becoming gods and the other “fool” of 1944 is a strange symbol not existing in the real world, projecting fear and as I said “new culture.” Esoteric! What is unknown becomes fearful!

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