Pisces 27. A spider searching its web.
(From an early discourse of Irnad the Wise, known in his youth as Irnad the Relatively Astute): “For the soul is like a spider, in that it fashions a web of conditions, circumatances and events for itself, in which it might trap nourishment, that food being understanding, which, when consumed might grow into wisdom.
“But even when the soul finds itself in its self created web it might come to think that it itself is trapped, or might not recognize as food whatever else has been caught therein. and unlike the simple spider the human web is vast, and must be searched dilligently and assiduously to discover that for which it hungers.”