THE PRIEST OF THE SUN
Quetzocoatle, the plummed serpent god of the Aztecs was a hemophiliac and the first priest of the sun. During the age of the great cosmic catastrophe, when a comet almost collided with the earth and then became the planet Venus; that very planet be came to be identified with Quetzocoatle by the Aztec priesthood.
Quetzocoatle's father was Seth, the brother of Osiris who, during later ages was transformed by Egyptian mythology into the infamous Hippopotamos god of the Egyptian pantheon. The entire lineage of descendants of Seth, the evil prince of Atlantis consisted of hemophiliacs. Their constant need for substantial blood transfusions gave rise to the religious tradition of human sacrifice in Central American cultures. (This disease is also known as the Battenberg disease.)
This is the great pyramid of the sun on the island of the Aztecs, where hundreds of thousands of prisoners of war were sacrificed to the blood-thirsty god.
THE WINGED SUN:
Within this context, the symbol of blood-thirsty spirits.
THE SWORD AND THE STAFF:
Symbols of sacrificial and magic power.
THE TWO SPACEMEN:
Mutant sons of Seth. They are Hemophiliacs receiving a blood transfusion.
THE SACRIFICIAL BOWL:
This bowl contained the offering to the invisible spirits of the lower depths.
The symbol of the man-eating quality of the descendants this particular lineage of the solar dynasty.
VALUE OF THE CARD:
Atavism. The animalistic tendencies in man. Cruelty. Inhumanity, Demoniac afflictions. Possession by dark spirits. The destructive archetypes of the collective unconscious. Self destructive tendencies. Suicidal tendencies. Murder, Violence. Hidden death wishes. The card of the cosmic devil.
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