SYNTHESIZE: Due to extensive studies, 10,000 hours plus, in pursuit of "Who Am I" in time and space, I've began to embody an aspect of the feminine Force in the original trinity, Auset: to re-assemble our scattered pieces. Part of the responsibility bestowed with this gift is seeking out Her daughters and sons and charging them with a similar healing- Reconstitution.
I strive to be concise with my message. Synthesizing information is messy work, however when I deliver the message I want to to hit my target. This requires practice. Check out my first video of 2019 below. Green Beer Cheers! to one of many:
Still studying... allowing the word, LUCK, to reveal its intention and meaning. While on one level it's as simple as 'something good coming your way' and that is enough in itself. On another level, the word is a map... to an allegorical pot of gold... Yeah, leprechauns and snakes and rainbows. Al'ahdat.
Hoodoo crafting uses the Bible as a Book Of Spells, and Clovers are a potent plant for "Good Luck" prayers... So its no surprise to me that the magical concept of "Luck" pointed me to scripture.
We will revisit this for St. Patrick's Day. In the meantime, take a look around to notice the clovers at your feet.
Exodus 4: 2-4
So, before Valentine's Day my Salvadoran co-worker and I were sitting in my office chit-chatting when she noticed the shamrock. She kinda stared then asked, "What's that?" I told her it was a clover. Again, a brief stare. She shrugged, we sat for a few more moments then she moved to the next office to chit-chat. I walked into the hallway and heard her asking one of the Chinano women when was St Patrick's Day.
The next day, my Salvadoran coworker's new adornment immediately caught my eyes. It was a combination Gold & Silver Cresent Moon necklace. I complimented her, she said Thank You. We both smiled knowingly.
Conversely, one day while joking with one of my newly converted Christian coworkers about the too many ways to prepare chickens, she started stumbling over her words... "Chicken, kitchen, chitchen, Wiccan!" Brief stare. Awkward moment... My comeback: "Wiccan chicken? I bet that's delicious, all them herbs & spices!" Lol. She gave a fake laugh, then excused herself to tend to her business.
Moral of the Story: 'It Takes One 2 Know One."