- Card from basic INWO Card Deck – Dated April 18, 1995
- Common Card
- Plot Card – Unique Plot
- Artist is Shea Ryan
- Coloring from Derek Pearcy
- Alignment: N/A
- Attribute: Requires action
Suspect Triangle Location(s):
- Rightmost triangle flap with a darker colored “anomaly”
The term or phrase “agent-in-place” can be found defined as an operative serving as a penetration into an intelligence target. In other words, this means that a agent is sent undercover to spy or interact in some way with a target that has been decided on from some form of organization or group.
Looking at this card we see an agent undercover as some worker for Louie’s Hot Dogs; a hot dog stand or a restaurant. He has a disguised communication device that looks like a mustard container even appearing as though he is already watching someone or something.
Speculating some possible “unintentional” illustrations within this card, I have found two possible hidden symbols. These are not very straight forward and clear, however, nonetheless leave me kinda suspicious on them. The firs the right most triangular flap on the canopy for the stand/restaurant. Looking at it closely it looks an upside-down triangle with a circle inside. The triangle with a circle in side is called the Triangle of Art (also is called the Solomonic triangle or the Triangle of Evocation) which represents the protected space outside the magic circle and used in ritual magic.
The other symbol whether it is coincident or not, is to the left most of the illustration right past the mustard container device. You will notice a capital letter G. The letter is not exactly in the center of a triangle but it is inside of one. The letter G is very commonly known with the Masons or Freemasons. The G is told to a new Mason that it stands for ‘geometry’ or ‘God.’ In truth it stands for Gnosis and Generation, which are two sacred words in the Kabbalah.