Ride From Ur
By James Donahue
The Crowley Thoth tarot
deck is filled with meaningful esoteric art work by Lady Frieda Harris, all done under Crowley’s careful direction. Among the works is the
Chariot card, depicting an armored charioteer riding a two-wheeled vehicle drawn by four beasts. In his arms, the charioteer
holds a burning red oval object encased in blue and that covered with iron.
I have read many different
interpretations of this card, most of them based on old tarot readings by various practitioners. A recent discussion of this
card with Aaron C. Donahue, however, opened a new door for understanding this interesting card.
Donahue, a gifted psychic,
magickian and advanced remote viewer, and an expert on the works and writings of Aleister Crowley, probably understands the
message of this card and other occult knowledge more than any other living person.
He says the image is
a prophetic warning from the distant past, left by the alien Luciferian race that put us on this planet. And to his horror,
Donahue says the warning is not being heeded.
The Biblical story of
Abram, later called Abraham, and his flight from the ancient City of Ur,
is a twisted account of what really happened there.
And Terah took Abram his son, and Lot the son of Haran his son’s son, and Sarai his daughter in law, his son
Abram’s wife; and they went forth with them from Ur of the Chaldees, to go into the land of Canaan; and they came unto
Haran and dwelt there. (Gen. 11:31)
Donahue says Abraham
was a real character who lived in Ur, located in the region now known as Iraq. This man was not called upon by a grandfather godly
figure to leave that city. He and his family were driven from Ur
and the entire region by overpopulation and an erosion of natural resources. It was an old story because it happened over
and over again as early civilizations rose, prospered, overpopulated, and then fell apart for lack of food, clean water and
other essentials to provide for large clusters of people.
And Abram journeyed, going on still toward the south. And there was a famine in the land; and Abram went down into
Egypt to sojourn there, for the famine
was grievous in the land. Gen. 12:9-10)
Thus Abraham left Ur in search of a new place to settle and raise his family.
But the Crowley Troth
card shows him dressed in armor and carrying this strange object during his flight from Ur.
What is this?
Remember that the story
of Abraham later involved yet another flight by Abraham’s son, Lot, and his wife to escape the destruction of Sodom and Gomorrah by super explosions
that might well be described as blasts from nuclear bombs. Lot’s wife failed to get
away and it was said she was turned into a pillar of salt. Perhaps she was, instead, turned to ashes where she stood.
Donahue says the object
in Abram’s hands as he symbolically rides the chariot is the real Ark of the Covenant, a container holding the secret
to nuclear power. It was undoubtedly raw plutonium. It is so radioactive that the container is encased in lead and iron, and
Abram wears a protective suit to shield him against radioactive poisoning.
This is the same Ark
of the Covenant spoken of throughout the Old Testament. It is the object kept hidden within the inner walls of the Temple. It is the thing that was so deadly it killed priests who entered
without wearing the proper garments, or protective clothing.
The Chariot Card image
is a dire warning. Even though the message is simple, we failed to grasp its message because it was sent to us through Crowley. The angelic-driven Christian Church saw to it that Crowley was demonized and turned into a historical figure of satanic
works. Consequently his work, although carrying an importantly prophetic warning for the present day, has never been taken
The human race has always
had this warning hanging over its head. The message is that we would advance in technology until we reached the atomic age.
That would be the end of history unless two important things were learned before we reached that point.
The first thing, we were
to be advanced and balanced, living in harmony with the planet. We were expected to know by now that we are to be good stewards
of the Mother Earth, and not polluting and ravaging our environment. The balance would make it possible for mankind to live
in peace without war.
The second important
thing we were expected to understand is that we were not to breed carelessly and overpopulate. The old story of famine in
Ur was our fate, but on a localized scale. Once we did this
globally, we would have no place left to run.
Now we have reached the
atomic age. We have reached the height of technology. And we have not learned the important lessons. We are not prepared to
deal with the power in our grasp.
Thus the great danger,
the great warning on that Chariot Card, is that we will turn on one another in warfare over control of the last remaining
resources. In desperation, we will use nuclear bombs against one another.
Once we unleash the power
of these bombs, there will be no turning back. It is the end of the road. We failed to heed the warning.
in 2004 of George W. Bush, a declared Bible thumping Armageddon believer, was an assurance that we will be at war with
The Christians actually
believe that the start of this war will force their Jesus god to return and set things right. It is not occurring to them
that the story might be a lie. That they are, instead, about to unlock the door to hell from which there will be no escape.