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It's quiz time…

Someone forwarded me another one of these quiz things. Some of them are interesting in their observations of a set number of responses.

This quiz aims to tell me what tarot card I am… Interesting. Everyone seems to have their favorite card for me: Wolf gave me “The Magus” a while back and I carry it with me all the time in my wallet, and years ago my ex decided I was the ace of cups.

Being a tarot idiot I don't have any conception of what these cards mean, but everyone is helpful and tells me all about said card they determine as mine. So here's the next card as determined by some stranger on the internet…


The Hermit Card
You are the Hermit card. The Hermit has chosen a
solitary spiritual path. He shines light on his
inner self and, by this means, gains wisdom.
The Hermit's home is the natural world and it
is by being in tune with that world that he
learns the laws of nature and learn how they
operate within himself. His path is a lonely
one as he lives in silence and has for
companionship only his own internal rhythms.
But those crossing his path are touched by his
light and wisdom. Though often alone, he
manages nevertheless to instruct those who meet
him and guides those who chose to follow him on
a path towards enlightenment. Image from The
Aleister Crowley Tarot deck.
http://www.aeclectic.net/tarot/thoth/

Which Tarot Card Are You?
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As always I leave it up to the folks who know me to determine if this is fitting and if this person's analysis of the card in question is accurate.

In other news it looks like Aryntha, Rai, and myself will be out today cruising the highways and byways of Colorado in search of the elusive AT&T tower. Over the last week we've made some large strides in this “hobby” in that we've picked up a new person, Jim Hebbeln, who is a long time phone man and AT&T employee. He's been giving us all kinds of recollections, war stories, information, and some photos of stuff he took back in the 70's. Really neat stuff if you're into historical telecommunications. 🙂

There is also something brewing that I can't really say much about just yet in regards to getting a chance to get inside a certain facility and take pictures… We were contacted by the current owner and he's arranging to get us inside with our bevy of cameras and video toys… Stay tuned for more info on this.

Well, I'd better sign off here and get my act together.

Take it easy out there…

The Alan Parsons ProjectDays Are Numbers (The Traveller)