Pisces 3. Just before a wedding, a purifying rainstorm.
As it was foretold in “The Book of Oracles” a torrential rain would happen on the day King Huzar married.
And so the king, wanting to relieve the long drought that had plagued Parsana, a land far to the east of Peth, took the month long journey there so he might wed his wife Nilina.
And as was foretold, by the evening of the day of his marriage the land of Parsana was flooded, replenishing lakes and rivers and bringing water and new life to the land.
The wise tell us that sometimes waters sleep, and grow forgetful, and when they do may abandon certain lands and peoples. This is why Huzar is known as “The Waker of Waters.”