Golden Fleece in Greek mythology, is the fleece of the golden-woolled, winged ram, Chrysomallos, which was held in Colchis, by the Spartans. The fleece is a symbol of authority and kingship.

The Golden Fleece in Greek is called Chrysó-mallon déras from Sanskrit kASThA-mAlin-dari i.e. splitting the crown of the Sun. Chryso is the base word of Chrystos, Jesus. Jesus often portrayed as a ram, which should make the Golden Fleece source and meaning more obvious. We can also find in ancient Egypt Ram-headed sphinxes.

This story was also recorded in the mythology of Jason and Media (the Spartans) quest to possess the Golden Fleece, a symbol to gain authority, superpower, which can only be maintained with rivalry, conflict. They wanted to control the mind of the man, portrayed with the snake, the lust for power, control. The Sanskrit origin of the Golden Fleece kASThA-mAlin-dari is portraying the rivalry over the ancient knowledge (science) of the Phoenicians, which the thieves, the Spartans thought to be magic and will enable them to control earth and the universe.


Greed is called YAH-ZON in Sanskrit (known as Jason of the Spartans) i.e. worshipper of matter, hoarder of relics.

Greed divided man with doctrines that define each opposing ideas, religions, termed the Jewel, the Crown of the Sun. Whilst Greed stays in the background without being harmed and thus people can easily be conquered to serve the power of greed, gaining more territory to trade. Greed is called YAH-ZON in Sanskrit (known as Jason of the Spartans) i.e. worshipper of matter, hoarder of relics. Greed has a rigid routine as well as obsessive behaviour because of his poor insight. He doesn't see his destruction as some type of disorder but an orderly behaviour as it mitigates the need to find a specific "resource" for the future, which connects this card to the card of Some Money, and the nine circle of hell, the hoarders and the wasters.
He strongly believes that there is always uncertainty if a "resource" can be obtained in the future; thus, the safe bet is to simply keep and hoard by any means, to maintain control. The anxiety felt by parting from a penny may also be associated with losing control, losing power over others, which he sees as his 'god-given' right to control. Greed's attitude to "every penny a prisoner" interferes with relationships and social interactions. Hoarding is an immensely distressing inherited brain disorder. He feels no mercy, no sorrow for his fellow human whom he enslaved. Money is Greed's idol, his god, it enslaved him and instead of bringing him freedom, he is a slave himself, enslaved by obsession called tanha a self-centred type of desire that is based on ignorance. Therefore, We are also playing our parts, after all, it is us who give him unlimited power, by giving into desires. The power is in your hands to render senseless hoarding to halt.

Origin of Phylacteries, the Card of Wedding in Tarot.

Origin of Phylacteries, the Card of Wedding in Tarot.

Phylacteries derived from Sanskrit. It is contained within two words, Pilu and Alana, which was wrongly pronounced by the Greeks as a phylactery.

Pilu  = Atom
AlAna = Binding

In short it is E=mc2, that is energy = matter and matter = energy.

It means Nuclear fusion and has nothing to do with magic, amulets or protection. In Sanskrit Energy also known as Adm (Adam) and Matter is called Eva, hence the card of wedding, fusion.
The meaning of YahZus (Jesus) i.e. the Sound of the Universe, in a form of energy, (Adam) which created us (Eva), turned upside down in ancient times, before anyone would have known about Jesus existing at all, and become a snake covering the sun, the light, cancelling out the original meaning, an ego-less state, also known as buddhi state, which would lead people to awakening.