The Magician tarot card is numbered one — a fitting number for the Magic Man inside the Tudor Mansion.
Mr. Green is a double agent within Arcana 22. He is a voting member of the Bloc where he is know by the call name, The Magician.
The Magician archetype is positive. Often seen as the counterpart to the High Priestess card, it’s no wonder the Magician (Mr. Green) and High Priestess (Lady Tudor) often feel chemistry. In terms of MBTI, some associate the Magician with the evolved or best version of a masculine ESTP or INFJ while the High Priestess is the best version of a feminine INFJ or ESTP.
On the other hand, the Magician Card reversed brings out the negativity, fear, narcissism and toxic behavior that causes one to stumble and fail.
Mr. Green’s “piece” inside the Tudor Mansion changes according to the Lady’s whims.
The new ESTP Mr. Green replaced the old ESTP Mr. Green who was an incurable narcissist. An INFJ Mr. Green is currently substituting for the new Mr. Green as the retired “piece” experiences a life review.
Arcana 22 is a global network that follows the esoteric principles of the B.L.O.C. (base life on clues) Method. Twenty-two members make up the Bloc that rules INFJ island. Members of the Bloc attend meetings in the Tudor Mansion to resolve matters of great consequence.
“You don’t have to love me yet, let’s get high awhile
But try to understand, try to understand
Try, try, try to understand, I’m a magic man”
Played inside the months of moon
“Never think of never let this spell last forever”
Well, summer lover passed to fall
Tried to realize it all — ‘Magic Man,’ Heart
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