“Any day we can understand something a little better is a good day.” Lavette Hawkins, alchemist, astronomer, astrologer, linguist.
“The day of the death of the sun
The oldest story
The first story ever
Was the day the sun died and then 3 days later it being born again
They rewrite this story through history in the different cultures
It comes from the same root story we were all told
But in a different way
Back when the languages were all one symbol we had one story, and it was this one.
But it has mutated over time.
The scribes scribbled the scriptures and gave us Bible bibble bable at Babylon
So we must unscribble.
And the answer is within the question
What is today about?
It’s the day the sun stands still. Through all the traditions and all the cultures throughout the planet this was the saddest day of the year because the sun died.
The sun, the giver of life on this planet.
The death and birth of the sun. The Bible is an alchemical astrology book because it will last forever. ” Lavette
Seeing with new eyes, something we take for granted (everything we take for granted). Believing the stories. What we were “taught”.
Today I’m grateful for new ways to see the illusions of the “world”.