Weirder Tales: Incantation (Part IV)

PART ONE

PART TWO

PART THREE

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to be continued

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11 Responses to “Weirder Tales: Incantation (Part IV)”

  1. Well, ya know … Fool steps out, builds a tower, it breaks down (lather-rinse-repeat), he dies (lather-rinse-repeat): that’s life. Or, we can take Rabbi Lamed’s advice and check what the cards are spelling: ALEPH-PEH-NUN … not only is that “a wheel” or “to revolve” in Hebrew, but it shouts Aphon! (NO SOUND!) in Greek. And the less said about the gematria of this reading (131 — you kidding me?), the better.

    Or, yeah, you can read it as “You’re a fool who is about to cause a disaster and die,” but I prefer one of the variations on “Suck it up, buttercup.”;-)

    • I cannot impress upon you how much I appreciate having such an intelligent audience. That you “get it” means the world to me, even as I realize that it will go over the heads of 99% of the people reading along.

      • Back AT ya, since I couldn’t have the fun of picking it up unless you laid it down in the first place.

        On Fri, Aug 16, 2013 at 10:33 AM, occultdetective.com wrote:

        > ** > cairnwood commented: “I cannot impress upon you how much I appreciate > having such an intelligent audience. That you “get it” means the world to > me, even as I realize that it will go over the heads of 99% of the people > reading along.”

      • Sorry about the lack of trimming on the other reply. I have a new favorite mystico-mumble-jumble saying now: “Pan shouts ‘Αφον!'”

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