Abolish the Archetypes & Bring Back Freewill
If you are familiar with concepts such as: “the butterfly effect”, “chaos theory”, & “the law of attraction”, and/or you understand the ideas behind movies such as “What the Bleep Do We Know?” (which talks a bit about Quantum Mechanics), & “The Secret”, then I feel you may have a better understanding of how I came to the following theory.
The way “law of attraction” is supposed to work is that, focusing on or repeating a certain idea or desire will bring that idea or desire to fruition. The “butterfly effect” is the theory that something seemingly small can have a big impact on something else. Both of these theories combine to make a big mess where tarot and astrology archetypes are concerned. These archetypes have been printed and reprinted an uncountable number of times, which, according to the butterfly effect and law of attraction, amplifies the vibration of those archetypes. In the meantime, more and more people end up studying these two disciplines, or at least getting readings done for them by other people. Every day, more and more people are exposed to these archetypes, and, as they are, the collective consciousness is increasingly affected by them. It is the repetition of a pattern that amplifies its vibration, and produces results specific to that pattern.
The only way to bring true goodness back into this world is to abolish the archetypes. I do not say this lightly. By tying someone’s birthdate to the astrology signs and tarot correspondences, freewill is severely restricted, causing people to generally behave in predetermined ways, based on these archetypes. So with astrology, we end up with scorpios being kind of mean, virgos being “know-it-all’s” (as I heard one virgo tell me), aries being rather hard-headed, and leos being hogs for attention. With the tarot, we end up with people born on double digits, displaying characteristics from various cards, but especially the trumps: for example, my mother was born on 4/4 and her corresponding trump card was the Emperor, and she displayed the characteristics of that card, and the symbolisms in that card were the main characters in her life. In my mother’s case the specific deck was the Crowley-Harris Thoth deck. Crowley was a known Satanist, who is said to have also been an MI6 agent.
The fact that most people in our society seem to fit most of the character traits of their star signs, whether they believe in astrology or not, means that these archetypes have been inserted into the collective consciousness, via archetypal transference, unbeknownst to the individual. This removes a measure of freewill, causing people to be stuck in cookie cutter personality traits and life patterns. The fact that the tarot has become so popular in recent decades, has also caused the collective consciousness to be infected with a whole different set of predetermined archetypes, which then removes an additional portion of freewill, again based on one’s birthdate.
Before I could come to this conclusion about the impact of tarot and astrology archetypes on the collective and individual consciousnesses, I had to examine my life in relation to my numerology and its connection to the trumps of the tarot. Once I did that, based on my having a double digit birthdate, I could not deny that the archetype of the tarot trump corresponding to that date, had a very significant impact on my development, long before I even knew the tarot or astrology even existed.
Who created these archetypes, anyway? I suspect it was someone playing God. Remove the archetypes and freewill may be restored. I see the archetypes, which are associated with birthdates, as “graven images” that became memes that have infected the collective consciousness, and have robbed freewill from the individual, but also, therefore, the person they were originally intended to be without these predestined, pre-fabricated, pre-appointed archetypal molds that were put into place centuries before the individual was born.