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Aries Horoscope 2 – 3


A sacred mirror which is kept in the inner sanctum of a temple.

The mirror had been made in darkness, for they wanted to maintain its purity, unsullied by any reflections. Keeping it wrapped in a shroud, people would hold it before their face and imagine what they might see, were it unwrapped.

Then images would arise in their imagination. They could feel the mirror beneath its shroud, smiling at them, in recognition.

“Yes,” said Serapis, I know that the Sacred Mirror was kept in the inner sanctum of the temple. My question is, did anyone ever look into it?”

“The High Priestess told me no,” said Irnad. “Even the ones who made it were blindfolded during its fashioning, And it has never been exposed to light.”

“Though I have heard say,” said Volana, “that the mirror often appears to devotees in dreams, and shows them many things. This is why they call it ‘The Sleeping Mirror,’ for it has never awakened to light, though it does dream, and in its dreams find those who thirst for it’s visions.”

Azoth Oracle

An enlightened being in a cave is gazing out into the world.

The statue of Drazeen the Gazer sits at the entrance to a small cave in a remote area of the Mountains of Arzan. Pilgrims who go there wonder at its detail and lifelikeness, and wonder also what master carved this glorious work.

No one knows the truth, which is that Drazeen is still alive, being over 1000 years old, and, not wishing to communicate with those who visit his cave, and also sensing their approach, will sit at his cave’s entrance and turn himself to stone for the duration of their visit.

I know this because he told me so — not with words that come from a human voice, but through a whisper that only I could hear. For stone can speak, but its voice is as faint as the light from those invisible stars that shine, unseen, in the night’s seeming void.


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