Query: Will all three defendants be convicted for the murder of Ahmaud Arbery?
Outer Triad: Rubeus as the Return could be indicative of the defendant’s “wrongdoing” and thus a guilty verdict. This figure is being produced by Rubeus as the Right Condition (F1) and Populus as the Left Condition (F3), possibly reflecting the “violence” that occurred and the unanimity of the “jury’s” decision to convict all three defendants.
Right Triad: Puer as the Fulcrum (F2) could either be referring to the “pursuit” of Ahmaud Arbery by the defendants during the incident or their “rash” decision to take matters into their own hands, a pivotal factor influencing the jury’s potential guilty verdict. The Fulcrum coupled with the Right Condition yields Carcer as the Right Process (F4), perhaps referring to the defendant’s attempt to “detain” Aubry during the incident, an factor that may also have an influence on the potential conviction. Alternatively, Carcer here could also be referring to the imprisonment of the defendants, though this interpretation would run contrary to the meaning of this position.
Left Triad: Populus coupled with the Fulcrum previously interpreted produces Puer as Left Process (F5), though I struggle to interpret its meaning in this position at this time.
Ternion: In light of the Return (F6), Carcer as the 7th, 8th, and 9th figures is possibly pointing to the conviction and subsequent incarceration of the defendants, thus supoorting the aforemerntioned interpretation of the Return.
The recently developed Novenary Chart employed for this reading is an experimental interpretive framework largely structured around the mathematical interactions between the figures and the intuition of the reader.
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