The Player’s Theme Card: is a card playing brought to you by grown Azz Kids Prod. And The Ninzuwu Art Gallery in association with the Art of Ninzuwu.
A Collection of Influential People, Spirits, and moments that resonate throughout our environments. Similar to the theme music played behind a character representing the mood and feeling of that person (like the Shaft song created by Isaac Hayes). A theme can be defined as (verb) “a particular setting or ambience”. In music a theme can be defined as “a prominent or frequently recurring melody or group of notes in a composition”. The Word Universe Literally means uni “one” verse “song”. The themes card creates a harmony with the universe by communing with those the universe. By generally building a theme/ambience with our universe; for we are all notes in this one beautiful song call life/our universe. We all echo beautiful notes which could help each other to be in tune with the universe the one song.
The Player theme cards is produced Ninzuwu Art gallery And Grown Azz Kids Prod in association with the art of ninzuwu. Mad King
The Player’s Theme Card gives you the opportunity to capture essence and emotional energy of our ancestors, family, elements and spirits natures through the connection of our Subconscious. With the assistance of the petroglyph mystical mathematical language of the Ninzuwu called the Vasuh Letters/ Footprints of the Crow or Nine Books of Dreams; which helps communicate with universal energies. They corresponds with the nine Charkras of the body, The Big Dipper constellation and the Numerical value of 1 to 9. The Vasuh letter resonates with the Subconscious mind to purify this aspect of the mind; which is responsible for over 95% of our actions.
Each of these petroglyphs has an esoteric meaning and is used in an alchemical way. With the use of Gematric science which is the study of the numeric value of words, to ensure these same values and characteristics are preserved, as well as its emotional value. Our emotions command the subconscious mind and the natural world around us. Access to any forces existing in the invisible worlds, whether historical or imaginary, can be achieved through gematria, through numbers. Numbers exist in everything, even the realms of the deceased. Letters are simply hidden numerical forces and formula used to mask subtle energies.
Using the Vasuh letters and gematry we can communicate with the emotional energies of our ancestors and love ones and the universe in a healing process.
With each petroglyphs/vasuh letter representing a number from 1to 9 and as well as an esoteric meaning. We can add up the Numerical value of a name or word and can find the corresponding Vasuh letter that associated with the name or word. For example God added up numerically g=7 o=15 d=4 is 26 add the remaining numbers down to single digit you get 8. Once you know which Vasuh letter the Word or name corresponds to you can see who it relates through the esoteric meaning. 8 Which is lewhu= 8. Pronounced ooh-wel. Esoteric meaning is used in initiating one to the divine energies of the stars. The letter are pronounced backwards to communicate with the subconscious.
The vasuh letters help strengthen the conscious to procure the best of thought and emotion, which create a better environment theme/ambience for us and those within our experience. Through reiki methods and positive conscious awareness. We can create a better for It is a peaceful healthy way to strengthen awareness and keep Heroes love one close to our heart and mind.
By seeing the petroglyphs /vasuh letters in its corresponding position and pronouncing The letter backwards to communicate with the subconscious. Creates a healing process similar to reiki.
With the esoteric meaning and a background knowledge of the card we can create the perfect theme/ feeling for our environment to be intune with the beautiful song our universe.
(1st) Zhee. It is the first letter appearing in the Vasuh language. It means light of the goddess. Pronounced eehzz. Zhee corresponds to the crown chakra, which is positioned slightly above the head.
(2nd) Aum. It is the second letter in the language of Vasuh. It can be used to carry the powers of the first symbol to any distant location. It can also be used to send and read the thoughts of others. Pronounced moo-ah. Aum corresponds to the Brow chakra that sits in the center of the forehead.
(3rd) Tuu. It is a symbol of protection and increases vitality. It is the third letter in the holy language. Nothing more can be said about this symbol. Pronounced oot Tuu corresponds to the throat chakra.
(4th) Hmu. Increases sexual energy and the eyesight. It is the fourth letter in the Vasuh language. Some have used this letter to travel to other worlds. Pronounced you-mmh-ha. Hmu corresponds to the heart chakra.
(5th) Bnhu. It is the fifth letter in the Vasuh language, and controls all things concerning the increase of one’s wealth. It can also connect the user to the language of plants, and knows how to heal the internal organs of the body. Pronounced whoo-nn-bee. Bnhu corresponds to the chakra ruling over the area slightly above the navel.
(6th) Phe. It is the sixth letter in the language of Vasuh. It affects the quality of the emotions and useful for the arts of levitation. Pronounced eh-ph. Phe This mantra relates to the chakra center near you slightly below your navel
(7th) Nzu. It is the seventh letter in the language of Vasuh. Can be used as a protective shield, or to heal cuts and wounds. Pronounced ooh-zz-nn. Nzu This mantra relates to the base of the spine.
(8th) lewhu. It is the eighth letter in the language of Vasuh. It is used in initiating one to the divine energies of the stars. Pronounced ooh-wel. Lewhu corresponds with the chakra that governs over the sexual organs.
(9th) Shki. It is the ninth letter in the language of the Vasuh, and pertains to putting someone in a jar, or a gate, or a vessel. It can also be used to send death energy into an event, person, or object. Pronounced eek-hss.” Shki corresponds with the Anus chakra. This is the first mantra of the anus