Sagittarius 22. A flamenco dancer. As he stamps his purple boots, small clouds of dust are raised.
The flamenco dancer Framano Orar is known by all as a supreme genius of his art. A special dance which Orar invented, and which others have attempted but failed to perform is called “The Perfume Dance.”
When performing this most mystical of rites he always wears the purple boots in which he performs all his dances. Prior to the performance women come out onto the stage and strew the floor with the dust of incense, herbal powders and dirt from far off places whose location is kept secret.
As Orar dances his stamping feet raise great clouds of dust which billow out into the audience, but rather than causing any degree of coughing, congestion or discomfort the clouds are find to carry the most wonderful and indescribable of scents. As Orar’s dancing becomes more and more passionate the clouds become more and more dense, the variety of scents emanating from the stage being of a tremendous and continually changing variety.
Spectators who have been lucky enough to witness this dance report that for weeks after their clothing will be imbued with the most wonderful of fragrances, and that it seems as if inhaling the dancing of Orar has been like the partaking of a drug that saturates them with an exaltation and ecstasy which only slowly fades away.