Wow, how time has flown!
It's been almost a year, now, since I announced the "Win a Free Tarot Deck with Your Prediction" Contest. For full details and for your chance to enter, see this LINK. Only comments made to that page are acceptable. Further, ALL predictions must be made and dated on or before December 15, 2013. That means your last chance to enter is this Sunday.
Are you the king or queen of making predictions? Are you ready to put your predictive abilities up against everyone else in the world? If you win, you will receive your choice of a Tarot deck, absolutely free.
However, there are rules and conditions. You will find them on THIS PAGE. Go there now and make your
It was about fifteen years after the events in True Tale 1 when I returned to Las Vegas. This is how the experience came to be.
I had been studying music since before I was in grammar school. By the time I reached high school, I was pretty good at playing rock organ. To my disappointment, all of the rock bands from my high school were really, really bad. A friend of mine since junior high school, Ricky R., played quarterback on the football team. I was left guard. He played organ in a band. He used a small, "chord" organ, which, beside standard keys, had neatly-labled button where pressing one would play chords of several notes. I never saw him play using more than two fingers.
Over a year ago I made a post where I shared this story about Aleister Crowley:
There is a story of a young man, sitting in a café (I’ve heard of different locations where this story occurred), when all of a sudden, a strange man, dressed in yellow, comes darting through the café, babbling in a strange, foreign language. To his surprise, nobody was paying any attention to this obviously crazy man. The shocked café-goer asks the head waiter if something should be done. The head waiter replies, “Oh no, sir. That’s just Mr. Crowley being invisible again.”
Like him or hate him, there are many things you can say about Crowley. Claiming he was an idiot is not one of them.
Yes, the first prediction contest is still on. The person who makes the most accurate prediction will win a Tarot deck of his or her choice, and that may be chosen from all the decks offered by Llewellyn. To read all of the rules and make your entry, please go to this LINK.
This contest will run for several more months. At that time a winner will be selected from among the entries on the page at this LINK. Don't wait until the last minute! A prediction made in January for an event that occurs in December will be considered as stronger than the same prediction made later in the year. Be sure to include dates or a date range when you think your prediction will take place and remember, the