The Sun

As you can see,  the name of this card in French is Le*soleil. The little* is a rhombus. As I have recently explained, the rhombus is a central element of the code. Each time it appears in the name of a card, it signifies that the term preceding it must be doubled and added or substracted to the term following it. Let’s start with the first cipher (ACEHILMOPRTVX). I always put in bold characters the letters who belong to this first cipher. And, as we did for Le*mat, we are going to work with the rhombus (*). Each time, we will be looking for 19, XIX, the numeral that appears on top of the card.

Le* soleil: (12+5) x 2: 34. 15+12+5+9+12: 53. 53-34= 19.

With the second cipher (BDFNSU) now. Only the letter S applies here. The rhombus effect is not … effective here as the letter S is after it, not before.

Le* soleil: 19 !

Now… What do we do with the Bar Code ? This Bar Code is supposed to help us solve the equation. When it is present with no apparent use, as is the case here and with VI-Lamovrevx, it means … something else. With VI-Lamovrevx, it meant 666. Let’s decode this one:

IIIIIIIIIIILe*soleilIIIIII. The easy way first:

IIIIIIIIIIII      IIIIII. 12 bars + 6 bars= 18… What’s in a 18 ? … 3 x 6, 666 ! Another 666, the Number of the Beast in The Book of Apocalypse.

The hard way now, with the first cipher:

IIIIIIIIIIILe*soleilIIIIII: (12+12+5) x 2= 58. 15+12+5+9+12+6= 59. 59- 58= 1 ?

With the second cipher:

IIIIIIIIIIII *  s IIIIII: (12) x 2= 24. 19+6= 25. 25- 24= 1 ?

In both cases, the result is 1 and 1 is not 19. Or is it ?

19. 1+9= 10. 1+0= 1 !

This solution puts the number 1 in a special perspective for us. In the Grand Wheel of Tarot, 1 and 19 are a pair, the two opposite poles of the same axis. Also, for 12th century theological reasons, neoplatonic reasons, the concept of One refers to the Deity and Light. 1 is well placed here, in The Sun.

There is another solution with the Bar Code that gives us 109, or 19. I just can’t seem to remenber it at this time. Sorry!









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À propos de Rom

Je me nomme Marc Olivier Rainville. Je suis connu sous le nom de Rom depuis mes débuts dans la Tarotsphère en 1998. Je suis Bachelier en Animation et recherche culturelle, mineure en Histoire de l’art, de l’Université du Québec à Montréal (Promotion 1982). Je m’intéresse à l’histoire du Tarot depuis 1985. J’ai eu la chance de bénéficier d’un concours de circonstances favorables qui m’a permis d’approfondir mes recherches sur le sujet. J’en livre le fruit ici.
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