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Fifty-first card, paired with the fifty-second. The location of the lurking enemy is saying a lot of his intention and motive. He knows where it's worthwhile to hide, he knows where his clothes will provide camouflage and he knows where his victim is. The background already appeared on the Cosmic Man's card, hinting that he is the enemy of YahZus. It is likely emotions, such as envy, greed and pride generating the desire of the enemy. The lurking man however, positively from a low status, a gorgon who is only driven by one motive, violence and hate. He is driven by jealousy, which arose from, that the enemy is weaker then his victim. The enemy is in the light, although he can disappear at any moment behind the column when the victim appears, showing a crucial difference, that the victim doesn't know his intentions, whilst the enemy knows everything about the victim. The enemy is someone who is well known to us, but we don't know his intentions, we don't know he is an enemy. In this sense the card is warning to pay attention to others and not to trust everyone who seems innocent and thus could never harm us.
The card is showing that there is someone in our life who wouldn't turn against us openly, doesn't seem to be an enemy but in secret the person will cause a lot of damage, the person is a danger to us, who is driven by strong emotions like revenge.

Gypsy Interpretation

The Enemy card is called
(Gorgon) viplava and gadjo in Sanskrit, and its exact meaning is 'terrifying an enemy by shouts and gestures'. Viplava also warns of the 'profanation of the sacred knowledge', an act of great disrespect shown to God or to sacred ideas, people, or things, in short it is a term for sacrilege. It becomes obvious with the card of thief (card 52), who has no regard to the fact he is taking a sacred knowledge, but takes possession of it without any thought or guilt and claim it as his own. Thus, it symbolising a man with bad-intention, a mean person, a secret enemy, whose aim is to harm; by stealing and re-writing the sacred knowledge, which brought him respect, wealth, power and acknowledged himself as god, Yav in Sanskrit, for the ignorant to worship him. To hide his crime, he becomes the enemy to enslave the people originally possessing this knowledge, for one purpose only - to create ignorance by turning the light (Agni) into  darkness, for the people to forget their true knowledge of God, to satisfy his own greed and pride, to remain in power.

The enemy is also referring to Canati, (Kane) which means to hurt and to injure. Canati is also hvalati {hval} in Sanskrit, referring to a person who is devious. Which is a reminder of the story of Kane and Abel. Abel in Sanskrit is Ati, meaning 'I' and thus it is talking about Kane who could only be concerned with himself. The 'I' which brought suffering, desires, selfishness, jealousy and greed. Canati was the first born on earth to develop the mental blindness of the I. Thus, Kane and Abel are one person and not two brothers. It is describing his dual personality of a killer and his selfish concern of the 'I'.