Taurus 17. A book patiently waiting to spill forth its vast and profound knowledge.
Waking in the night I heard a sigh, and though it was so faint as to be almost inaudible, I knew at once that it had come from a book which I had never read. The book was actually quite small, and seemed to have grown somewhat smaller over time, I suppose from the wisdom having dessicated somewhat.
Do not suppose that wisdom is ageless – for even though in one aspect it is, in our realm wisdom does,in fact age, and experiences over time a kind of settling, a giving in to gravity, which often produces a sound quite similar to a sigh.
An ancient culture is transporting gigantic stones.
(From “A History of Stone” by Reginaldus Portir): “The rocks of Petar are notorious for being very demanding of people, for they have compelled many hundreds of them to come to their place on the coast of the North Sea, and to form them into blocks, monoliths, and obelisks and to then transport them to where they wish to be.
“But it is in no way objected to by the people of Aab, who are willing servants of the rocks, for these stone bear in themselves the capacity to take in and emanate energies which come from the stars, and so to empower the temples and shrines of which they are built.”