In September of 2004, like any other S.K. fan, I was anxiously awaiting the debut of Stephen King’s Kingdom Hospital on ABC. I knew I would find a world filled with ghosts and mystery, sarcasm…and even the occasional disturbing incident, I did not, however expect to discover my Patron God. For most of the mini(?) series Anubis is portrayed as a giant anteater type creature, due to a little girls misunderstanding his name…she hears it as Antibus and thus pictures him as a creature that would fit the name. It’s a long and twisted story, but essentially I learned that Anubis dealt with the dead, afterlife and justice. I then began a search for more information.
Anubis is part of the Egyptian pantheon, however he seems to pre-date most Egyptian deities. Anubis was God of the Underworld before Osiris came into the picture. After Osiris was accepted as God of the Underworld Anubis has been seen as the God of embalming. Anubis is also the keeper of poisons and medicines, which is why Isis went to him for the proper herbs necessary to embalm Osiris after his death. Anubis was the one to perform the funeral of Osiris, which became the model for all funerals that followed.
After the dead have been placed in their tombs, it is Anubis that guides them to the afterlife and the Halls of Ma’ati. It is in the Halls of Ma’ati that he, acting as ‘He who counts the hearts’, oversees the weighing of the heart against the feather of Maat and judging of the deceased. Before the actual weighing, Anubis makes sure the scales are in proper alignment so that the heart may be weighed correctly. It is then Anubis’s job to weigh the heart and pass judgement on the deceased. Anubis would then give the guilty over to Ammut to be devoured, but would protect the innocent from her jaws of Final Death.
Anubis is most often seen as either a jackal or a man with a jackal head. This is most likely his totem because he is also the Guardian of the Necropolis (cemetery) and jackals were known to hunt the edges of the desert, near the necropolis and cemeteries throughout Egypt. He is very rarely seen in full human form, but a spectacular rendition exists in the Temple of Abydos of Ramses II. In the temple he is pictured fully human and seated in a chair next to the Goddess Heket (who I personally believe to be an incarnation of my patron Goddess Hecate).
Opening up to the male aspect of the divine was difficult for me, but he was patient with me, to a point. I have learned that, like Hecate, he will keep bugging you until you listen. Although, I do find him to be much gentler in his prodding. I believe it is he who has guided me to work with herbs in manners both magickal and medicinal, for before I knew him, I had little interest and now I seem to have a gift for them.
I do not see him in his jackal form or with the jackal head. I feel privileged to see him as a man, and was quite overjoyed when I discovered the picture of him in the Temple of Ramses II. To me he is a beautiful man with raven black hair, thin with skin the color of coffee with lots of cream. He has black eyes that are gentle and can see to your soul. I think that knowing Anubis is knowing how to judge the life you lead. If you are true to yourself, you should have no problems when it comes time to weigh your heart, for if you follow Anubis, you’ve really been weighing it all along.
About a month ago I sat in my livingroom half-watching TV when a commercial comes on. I hear a bunch of 20-somethings chanting a cheerleader like holiday themed cheer:“Go Christmas! Go Hannukah! Go Kwanzaa! Go Solstice!” …What was that??? “Go Solstice???” AWESOME!
I didn’t even know what the commercial was for…and I just didn’t care! It was the first vastly multi-cultural ad campaign I had seen since Virgin Mobile’s “Happy ChristmaHanuKwanzaakah” Campaign (circa 2004). THIS was even bigger though, as it actually mentions the Winter Solstice, thus acknowledging the Holiday that multitudes of Wiccans and Pagans celebrate.
Who was this visionary all inclusive company?? The GAP.
I was a Happy Pixie And it seems I was not the only one! A discussion popped up on Sacred Mists, and the number of comments that echoed my feelings appeared in droves.
Then…we heard that certain Christian groups had their knickers in a twist about it. Really??? Aren’t there bigger fish to fry in the world? *Ughhh* Anyway, it seems that the American Family Association feels that the commercial is undermining the ‘sanctity of Christmas’. Before the commercial even aired, the AFA called for a boycott on The GAP, along with the company’s other stores Banana Republic & Old Navy, citing “the company’s failure to use the word “Christmas” in its advertising to Christmas shoppers.” as it’s reason.
On November 11th, the AFA claimed a small victory after the ads airing because of the use of the word “Christmas”. And yet, they were less than satisfied. The following letter appears on their website:
Gap has responded to AFA’s call for a Christmas boycott of their Gap, Old Navy, and Banana Republic stores with a commercial that takes a cavalier approach towards Christmas.
The video entitled Ready For Holiday Cheer features a group of people dancing and chanting:
Go Christmas, Go Hanukkah, Go Kwanza, Go Solstice.
Go classic tree, go plastic tree, go plant a tree, go add a tree,
You 86 the rules, you do what feels just right.
Happy do whatever you wanukkah, and to all a cheery night.
Did you notice it? Gap compares Christmas to the pagan holiday called “Solstice.” Solstice is celebrated by Wiccans who practice witchcraft!
Gap also encourages you to “86″ or “dismiss” traditions and “do what feels just right.”
Take our Poll!
It is very important that you forward this alert to your friends and family members.
Tim Wildmon, President
American Family Association
I, personally am tickled that they are horrified that Christmas is compared to Solstice. It SHOULD be compared to the Solstice, since that is where many of the beliefs and traditions of Christmas are taken from.
What disappoints me, however, is that a blog by Cathleen Falsani, a religious contributor to The Chicago Sun-Times, touts Christmas as better than the other holidays mentioned.
But this year’s Gap “holiday” ad campaign just rubs me the wrong way.
In its effort, I would surmise, to be inclusive and inoffensive, the Gap has made the mortal advertising (and cultural) error of being twee. Not to mention spiritually facile.
While they all occur around the same time of the year, Christmas, Hannukah, Kwanzaa and Winter Solstice hardly carry the same spiritual weight.
While each of these holidays, for lack of a more universally applicable term, is significant to different groups of believers (and nonbelievers, for that matter) they are not spiritual equivalents.”
She repeatedly points out that Hannukah is a lesser Jewish Holiday while portraying Christmas as the ‘ultimate’ Christian holiday. This is not so. The highest of all Christian holidays is Easter, not Christmas, and Good Friday is also pretty high up on the ladder. Christmas just gets more focus by those who call themselves Christians. Yet, in the many religious discussions I have had with friends and co-workers thoughout my life, they all say that, while the Birth of the Savior is obviously important, his Crucifixion, and his Rising at Easter hold much more spiritual weight.
The Winter Solstice is MUCH more than just “…the shortest day of the year and the longest night of the year and is for many pagans and neo-pagans the symbolic and spiritual rebirth of the year.” as Falsani states.
The Winter Solstice, or Yule, celebrates the rebirth of the Sun God. The Sun God, regardless of the Pantheon, is the Bringer of Life. He is the one who warms the Earth so that she may bear fruit from the seeds that have been lying dormant in her womb throughout the Winter. It is a time for introspection, planning for the future, family togetherness, and Peace and Tolerance.
So, I would like to say to anyone that may be reading this: Merry Christmas, Happy Hannukah, and Happy Kwanzaa. I also wish many Blessings for Alban Arthuan, Saturnalia, Soyal, Rohatsu, or whatever you may be celebrating this time of year.
And last, but certainly not least…GO SOLSTICE!
As we get closer and closer to Yule, I have found my thoughts drifting to those who are serving in the Military. Programs for sponsering a Servicemember abound…but there are few that are specifically geared towards those of the Pagan Persuasion.
I did come accross a few while looking for information to post to the Political Pagans Board at Sacred Mists that are certainly worth a mention here as well.
The first is Operation Circle Care, a program through Circle Sanctuary that sends care packages containing Pagan books/magazines/CDs/etc to active duty Pagan & Wiccan Soldiers who are stationed in war zones.
The beauty of this program? It is not restricted to the Yule Season, it is carried out year round.
(For more information, click the Operation Circle Care Link above.)
Another option is brought to you by the folks at PagansUnited.org
Pagans United Member, SPC Keith Roberts, has volunteered to distribute care packages to Pagan soldiers stationed in Iraq.
Care Packages can be sent to the following address for distribution:
SPC Keith Roberts
HHOC STB G2 OPS
APO AE 09342
So, what should you send??? Below are some suggestions for items needed for both Spiritual and Everyday use.
- Alter Cloths
- Pagan/Wiccan Books
- Pagan CDs
- Candles (tea lights & small spell candles)
- Crystals (ones with properties for protection & healing would be appropriate)
- Witch’s Calendars/Datebooks
- Protective Herbs
- Small God/Goddess figures
- AT&T Phone Cards
- Foot Powder
- Newly Released DVDs & CDs
- Razers & Shaving Cream
- Baby Wipes (they use them when without water)
- Coffee, Tea, Hot Cocoa
- AA Batteries
- Snacks (Cookies, not-so-melty candy, granola bars, chips, nuts, etc.)
- Blank Note Cards, Stationary, Pens
- Avon Skin So Soft
- Chewing Gum
- Powdered Sports Drinks (like Gatorade)
Do NOT Send:
- Obscene articles (prints, paintings, cards, films, videotapes, etc).
- Firearms (apparently some have tried *slaps forehead*)
- Any matter depicting nude or seminude persons, pornographic or sexual items, or non authorized political materials.
- Bulk quantities of religious materials contrary to the Islamic faith. (Items listed above, for the personal use, are permissible.)
- Pork or pork by-products.
- Liquor of any kind
I also stumbled upon is Operation Yule Log for Our Pagan Troops. This program, organized by Rev. Kay J. Ahl & Peter Barrington, is looking for people to hand craft small Yule Logs to be used by active duty Pagans in Iraq. Instuctions for how to craft a Yule log and where to send it can be found in the Press Release (click link above to read full details).
I realize it may be getting cutting it pretty close, but even if you cannot do it this year, it’s a marvelous idea to keep in mind for future Yuletide Giving.
If you do not have the time or money to put together a care package, please consider sending cards and letters to Brighten the Spirits of our Pagan Brethren who are putting their lives on the line to Serve & Protect our freedoms, as well as those of the citizens of the countries in which they are stationed.
For a list of Wiccans & Pagans serving in the Military check out this Witchvox page: Witches, Pagans & Heathans in the Military.
Whether you choose to send a package, or write letters, it’s good to know when you should send them by. The US Postal Service has released a chart with recommended ship by dates for this year, as well as other useful information. Find this info here: Sending Military Mail in Time for the Holidays.
Wishing you and all those who Serve a very Blessed Yule.
I suppose I should begin with a general definition of what an Indigo is, so you’re not scratching your head throughout this piece wondering if I’m talking about humans evolving into large Smurfs or something. LOL
According to Doreen Virtue, author of The Care and Feeding of Indigo Children, The Characteristics of an Indigo are:
~ Strong willed
~ Born 1978 or later [Isleen's Note: This would be the Mass Majority of them. Many Indigos were born long before 1978. See Article: Indigo Generations ]
~ Creative, with an artistic flair for music, jewelry making, poetry, etc
~ Prone to addictions
~ An old soul as if they’re 13, going on 43
~ Intuitive or psychic, possibly with a history of seeing angels or deceased people.
~ An isolationist, either through aggressive acting out or through fragile introversion.
~ Independent and proud, even if they’re constantly asking you for money.
~ Possesses a deep desire to help the world in a big way
~ Waivers between low self esteem and grandiosity.
~ Bores easily.
~ Has probably been diagnosed as having ADD or ADHD
~ Prone to insomnia, restless sleep, nightmares or difficulty/fear of falling asleep.
~ Has a history of depression, or even suicidal thoughts or attempts.
~ Looks for real, deep and lasting friendships.
~ Easily bonds with plants and animals.
Ms. Virtue also points out other traits or tendencies including:
~ A temper.
~ A warrior spirit.
~ An ability to detect when people are lying or situations are out of integrity.
~ Have a lot of Indigo Blue in their auras.
~ Highly sensitive to outside energies.
~ Sensitive to chemicals.
Doreen Virtue is one of many authors who regularly write of Indigo Children – A term that now, frankly, annoys me. Why? Well, if a vast majority were born starting in 1978, then a vast majority can no longer be considered ‘children’. But, that’s just me ‘Getting my Indigo Up’ LOL.
But I digress…So much of the information out there regarding Indigos has a very Mystic quality to it. Many books and articles make it sound as though Indigos are here to “save humanity”, and make a point of putting their “special abilities” in the forefront.
While many of the authors wish to merely explain what has been called the “Indigo Phenomenon”, it seems to me that it has turned into an unwitting exploitation of those who fit into the category. They unintentionally place huge amounts of pressure on these individuals to become and do something remarkable.
When I was first began my studies at Sacred Mists, I read an article that was posted by Lady Raven Moonshadow titled “Are You an Adult Indigo?”. I had no idea what the title was referring to, but felt strongly compelled to check it out. I was astounded to find that this article was describing me. It described me so intimately, yet I wasn’t mentioned (seriously, how could I be mentioned? It’s not like the author Knew me. Lol). I was totally flabbergasted and delighted all at the same time. FINALLY, I was able to explain (to a degree) my life experiences up to that point. I was elated to know that there were others like me. Knowing that there were others that came before me, and even more that came after. It was comforting…I mean, nobody wants to feel like a freak, right?
I scoured the internet and read many books, drinking in everything I could. Now, however, I have begun to realize that there is no real information out there…no answers in print for those of us who were/are seeking them. The answers are out there…but not in any book. The answers lie within each and every one of us.
Each of us, as Human Beings, has a purpose in This Life. One does not have to be an Indigo or a Crystal to be important and ‘special’. I have come to realize that the main difference between “Us” (Indigos/Crystals) and “Them” (those who are not) could be as simple as how “plugged in” we are to the Universal Web, and our drive to do something regarding the information we are privy to as a result.
For Part 2 Click Here: What does it mean to be Indigo? Part 2
Below is an article from Le Figaro, that I translated into English via Google Translate. I pray that all that has happened, and continues to happen to these brave people is not in vain.
So Mote it Be…
Iran: doctors denounced the terror in hospitals
Delphine Minoui 07/o6/2009
De passage à Paris, they denounced the climate of terror that exists in hospitals which have been transported in recent weeks, injured anti-Ahmadinejad.
They have seen too much. For fear of reprisals, they kept silent. But crossing to France for a few days, they want to break the wall of fear. At any price. “In Tehran, we are the powerless witnesses of real crimes against humanity,” says one of two Iranian doctors, met this weekend in Paris, and who prefers to remain anonymous for security reasons. “Since the beginning of the anti-Ahmadinejad, he said, militiamen and security agents in civilian clothing have established a policy of terror in the hospitals. They are conducting a hunt without the injured against thank you. “” It all started on Saturday 13 June – the first day of protest against the election results. They began to ask for a list of allowed upon receipt of the hospitals that were located close to the events, “says the doctor. Objective barely veiled: “identify the protesters injured, and then take them to court, accusing them of disturbing public order,” he says.
Over 92 dead
According to several testimonies that circulate in the medical, Rasoul Akram Hospital, not far from Tehran University, would have received from the “Black Monday” (June 15), 38 corps, including 28 wounded and 10 dead . “We found that the bullets had passed through the torsos to the diagonal, which means they were fired from above – ie a roof,” says the second doctor.
According to an official review, at least 17 people have been killed since the beginning of the dispute. However, a first quietly made by the nursing staff from different hospitals showed that to date more than 92 people died in Tehran and its environs. A woman eight months pregnant is one of the victims. Shot and killed, near the presidential palace, it was then transported to the hospital. Other disturbing stories are beginning to emerge in broad daylight. As one of the six corpses of young men found last week in Shahriar, on the outskirts of the capital. “They all died from wounds in the neck. Their skulls had been smashed and their brains had been opened, presumably to retrieve the ball to clear the trace of the crime, “says the second doctor informed of this terrible massacre by a trusted colleague.
To cover this kind of attack, was asked doctors to certify that the persons whose bodies have been reported in their hospitals died due procedure. ” “In several hospitals – including Rasoul Akram and Imam Khomeini – we have organized sit-in protest. But state television, they said it was a strike for better wages. That’s terribly shocking, “is the second doctor. One of his friends, doctor on call for emergencies Erfan Hospital, has been “punished” for having stood up to the militia. “After missing for thirty-six hours, he was found half-conscious and disfigured on the sidewalk of the hospital,” he says.
Funerals under surveillance
Faced with the resistance of a part of the medical profession, the bodies of protesters were quickly taken away. “We think they were transferred to the military hospital Baqiatollah or in a place unknown to the general public,” says the doctor. Then, under the pretext of “organ donation”, the bodies were stripped of all traces of the ball. “Parents are forced to accept if they want to retrieve the body for burial,” he said.
The general cemetery Behecht-e Zahra, burials take place under surveillance. “On the gravestone, it is prohibited to indicate the reason of death,” says a witness contacted by telephone in Tehran.
Timeline: Iran’s election
(Compiled from two articles on World News Australia – they site AFP as their source)
**The info regarding Neda was written by myself – (AP articles & Wikipedia is where I read her story)
- More than 46 million eligible voters invited to choose between four candidates, with incumbent Mahmoud Ahmadinejad and Iran’s last prime minister Mir Hossein Mousavi the favourites. Soon after the voting ended Mousavi announces he has won the election.
Saturday, June 13
- Ahmadinejad calls the result “a great victory” and says the vote was “completely free.” Mousavi complains of “numerous and blatant irregularities.”- Mousavi supporters take to the streets of Tehran, clashing with baton-wielding police in the worst violence since widespread student protests in 1999.
Sunday, June 14
- Ahmadinejad addresses a huge victory rally in Tehran.- Supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei says he has asked the Guardians Council, which supervises elections, to probe allegations of rigging and calls on Mousavi to pursue any complaints via legal and peaceful means.
- Leading Western nations express concern about the election outcome.
Monday, June 15
- Mousavi appears in public for the first time since the election at a mass rally in Tehran that gathers hundreds of thousands of people.
- Relatives of people arrested in the protests demonstrate outside a Tehran court.
- UN chief Ban Ki-moon calls for the will of the Iranian people to be “fully respected.”
- State television says the rival camps staged more mass rallies in the capital.
- Iran announces restrictions on foreign media, including banning them from covering “unauthorised” rallies.
- Organisers of the pro-regime rally blamed “enemies, particularly the US, Britain, and Israel” for “interfering in Iran’s internal affairs, plotting against the government and giving media support to enemy groups, rioters and social and political hooligans.”
- Ahmadinejad attends an international security conference in Russia, where he says “the age of empires has ended.”
- US President Barack Obama says he has “deep concerns” over the election but will not meddle in Iranian affairs, and the White House says Obama remains “committed to direct engagement” with Iran, despite the violence.
- The foreign ministry summons EU envoys to protest at reaction to the vote.
- Unrest reported in other cities including Mashhad, Isfahan and Shiraz.
- Supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei says there should be a partial recount if required.
Wednesday, June 17
- Revolutionary Guards threaten Iran’s online media with legal action if their sites publish material that creates “tension.”
- Tens of thousands of Mousavi supporters defy a ban on opposition gatherings and take part in a “silent” protest rally, marching through central Tehran. State television broadcast brief footage of the rally.
Thursday, June 18- The three defeated candidates in the election have cited 646 violations in the June 12 poll, electoral watchdog the Guardians Council said.- Iran’s top clerical body, the Assembly of Experts, hailed the mass turnout in the June 12 presidential election but stayed silent on the disputed results.
Friday, June 19
Supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei backs Ahmadinejad victory, warns of bloodshed if protests don’t stop.
- Shrine of revolutionary leader Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini attacked. Suicide bomber killed, three wounded: state media.
**The death of 26 yr old Neda Agha-Soltan drew international attention when she was shot and killed by the Basij during election protests. This poignant event was captured on video by witnesses and was then broadcast over the internet. The video, wich is heart-wrenching to view, quickly became a rallying point for the reformist movement. Her name, Neda, means Voice, Calling or Divine Message in Persian. This has led to her being referred to as the Voice of Iran. (The Basij is a paramilitary volunteer militia founded by the order of the Ayatollah Khomeini in November 1979. The Basij are subordinate to, and receive their orders from, the Iranian Revolutionary Guards and current Supreme Leader Ayatollah Khamenei)
Sunday, June 21
- BBC correspondent ordered to leave Iran.
Monday, June 22
- Britain withdraws families of Tehran embassy staff.
Tuesday, June 23
- Iran and Britain expel diplomats in tit-for-tat move as Khamenei brands Britain “most evil” of Iran’s enemies.
Wednesday, June 24
Defeated conservative candidate Mohsen Rezai withdraws complaint about results.
Authorities arrest 25 staff at Mousavi’s newspaper: colleague.
Riot police and volunteer militia deter protesters from gathering near parliament in Tehran: witnesses
Ways To Help & Support Those in Iran:
- Join Facebook Group: 100 Million Facebook members for Democracy in Iran or Face book Fan Page: IRAN
- “Green” your profile pics/pages and Blogs: Green is the official color of the Iran movement, changing the color of your profile pages, blogs and avatars to gree helps to show your support!
(This may seem trivial, but Iranians have said every bit of support matters and helps them to keep going)
- To change your Avatar on Twitter, go to: http://helpiranelection.com A single click there will change your Twitter avatar to have a green overlay — the official color of the movement — and will post this Tweet on your behalf: ” Show support for #iranelection green overlay to your Twitter avatar with 1-click http://helpiranelection.com/”.
You can always alter your pics before upload by using the photo editor in photobucket as well.
- Google: Your City “Solidarity” “Iran” – This is a good way to find events in your area that are being set up to show support
- Help conceal Iranian activists who are on Twitter from the secret police by changing your location to Tehran, Iran and your timezone to Tehran.
As Wiccans, my Brothers & Sisters at Sacred Mists & I have come up with some ways we can support them in a “Witchy” way .
- Take a moment each day and stand outside facing the direction of Iran…Focus & stream your Intentions & Energy in that direction for at least 1 minute
- Light a candle on your alter, or even create an alter specifically for the Iran struggle
- If you are a Reiki practitioner, you could send daily Reiki to the Region
- Use your Magickal Creativity and craft spells to help those in need
- If you have others that you gather with, be it your coven, or just some like-minded friends, plan to gather and perform a special ritual.
This is an important time in the World’s History…and is grossly important for those in the thick of the fight. These may all seem like rather simple things to do, but I think they are better than doing nothing at all.
If I find or think of any other things we as a Global Community can do, I’ll be sure to let you all know.
Blessings & Love to you and all who Inhabit the Earth…
OK, so today may be the 15th, but you’d think it was the 3rd. Why? You ask?? Well, because I saw 3s ALL DAY LONG!
As some of you may know (and if you don’t, you’re about to find out lol) I work in a bank. So, naturally, I see numbers all day long. So why was today so unusual? Well, almost every check I cashed today seemed to have a dollar amount that ended in 3. Not only that, but the time I say to myself “huh, no 3s in this transaction” I look at the customer’s I.D. and it expires in ’13 and his birthday was 3/13/83. Uhhh, ok so maybe there ARE 3s in this transaction, LOL.
Anyway, this got me thinking (dangerous, I know) why “3″? What is the significance of “3″?
As a Witch/Wiccan I automatically think of the Law of Return (aka: Threefold Law). Y’know, whatever you put out to The Universe comes back atcha threefold.
And as an avid Charmed fan I think of The Power of Three, LOL.
Then there’s the groups of three: Mind/Body/Spirit, Maiden/Mother/Crone, The Three Phases of the Moon, Past/Present/Future…you get the idea.
Three Represents Creative power & growth. Three is a moving forward of energy, Three overcomes duality, Three manifests and synthesises. Three is both Receptive and Expressive.
So what does all of that mean?? I know it, but how does it pertain to me? I went looking for some answers (as I like to know things) and I found this on whats-your-sign.com:
Three: The spiritual meaning of number Three deals with magic, intuition, fecundity, and advantage. The number Three invokes expression, versatility, and pure joy of creativity. Three is also a time identifier as it represents Past, Present and Future. Consecutive Threes in your life may symbolize the need to express yourself creatively, or consider your present directional path in relation to past events and future goals. Three may also represent promising new adventures, and assurance of cooperation from others whom you may require help. Three typically symbolizes reward and success in most undertakings.
OK, that actually made some sense to me. I have some new things I am working on as a result of my responsibilities as a Student Council member at Sacred Mists , as well as some things I am doing in my mundane life….I am a very creative person, and I try to work it into everything I do. But it’s the part that states that the new endeavors will be promising and that there is much cooperation and support from others. TOTALLY making some sense. And ya know what? No matter how many times I see things manifest, no matter how many times I read the Tarot accurately, no matter how many of my ‘feelings’ turn out to be correct….I still find it amazingly COOL! LOL
Anyway, I’m sure there’s something deeper to it, but I’m just too tired to figure it out. But I think I’m on the right track.
If you’ve got any insights, I’m all ears.
Blessings & Light…