Just when you thought I'd gone off the deep end, here is a very simple layout that I will be using in connection with my other more detailed missing-person spreads. (You will need a board-game spinner or other random "sectioning" method to work with it.) As mentioned in the accompanying text, the thrust of this … Continue reading A Missing-Person “Sectional” Suspect and Location Spread
AUTHOR'S NOTE: I'm "shoehorning" this post in here because of strong interest in this missing-person case. I realized that I didn't perform my "last word" reading for the case of Harmony Montgomery. The spread, which I characterize as showing "the quick (alive), the dead and the in-between (suffering but still alive)," is intended to demonstrate … Continue reading Harmony: The Last Word (For Now)
Author's Note: Although I try to refrain from posting twice in one day, I wanted to get this out before anything breaks in the case. Seven-year-old Harmony Montgomery of Manchester, NH hasn't been seen since 2019. The Manchester Police Department has just issued a missing-person alert, but there is something very strange going on here. … Continue reading Where Is Harmony?
This spread provides a "short-form" version of my earlier spreads on the subject of "missing-person" cases. It uses a court-card "significator" to represent the absent person that is either specifically selected or carried over from a previous reading in which it appeared. Two decks are required: one to populate the three-card "narrative" row and one … Continue reading A “Missing-Person Vignette” Spread
I decided that, as of today, I will be backing off from publicly posting on the status of certain missing-person cases in New Hampshire because of the volatility of the issue, especially if criminal activity is suspected. (I will continue working on "cold cases" and less provocative scenarios.) Although I've been careful about maintaining discretion … Continue reading Stepping Back: A “Roll Them Bones” Situational-Awareness Reading
Although I find horary astrology much more effective than tarot for locating misplaced objects or missing people, there is something to be said for using the elemental properties of the minor and court cards as pointers for where to look for the subject of a reading. I built this spread around the suggestions of astrologer … Continue reading The “Elemental Checkpoint” Subject Location Spread
This method first appeared in a "whodunit" reading for a murdered New Hampshire woman that I posted in October of last year, but I can never find it when I want it so I broke it out into its own post. The court-card representing the suspect will typically have come up in an earlier spread … Continue reading “Pin the Handle on the Perp ” – A Suspect-Identification Spread
I'm still trying to help the family and friends of George Cross puzzle out what may have happened to him (see my previous posts). There are apparently no new clues in the case (or at least none that have been made public), and it is fruitless to keep asking the same question of the divinatory … Continue reading Where in the World Is George?
UPDATE: On December 5, the body of Tre Rouse was discovered inside his vehicle submerged in the Merrimack River in Hooksett, NH. This was something he had apparently been threatening to do before his November 15 disappearance. This reading obviously goes into the "failure" column as far as predictive accuracy. https://patch.com/new-hampshire/concord-nh/missing-pembroke-man-found-inside-suv-merrimack-river-update Original Post: On November … Continue reading What Happened to Tre? – A Missing Person Reading
As I continue to explore the whereabouts of George Cross, who went missing from Berlin, NH in early September, I brought my new astro-tarot location method to bear on the case. For continuity, I chose the same Significator - the King of Swords - that appeared randomly in my previous reading, and this time I … Continue reading Where Is George? – An Astro-Tarot Perspective