Here is a new missive from Jane Clifford of Wales, who is something of a Celtic shaman. She always seems to have curious synchros. You might recall her last one dealt with beheadings. This one is a bit more tame, but quite mythical.
“I found an owl’s feather at the barn entrance, not a barn ow’ls feather, but definitely an owl’s feather. I have some identical from a woman who cares for injured owls. I work with owl medicine often; it reveals hidden truths.
However, I took this owl’s feather as a hint to connect with the Goddess Athena with whom owls are associated. She is the goddess of wisdom, as I’m sure you know. Although research indicates she seems to be multi-talented, a goddess with multiple roles. I did some more research on her and found an invocation, which I used to connect with her. I also discovered she was born completely formed from the head of Zeus, her father.
The next day I related this curious fact to a friend over lunch. Within the hour, driving home after lunc and listening to the radio, there was an interview with a man described as the greatest living publisher in Britain today. He had just launched his third publishing company on the net to publish e-books and had called it Athena. The interview asked why Athena, and he explained she was the goddess of wisdom and had been born complete from the head of Zeus!
I took this syncro to mean my invocation to her had worked very well and she was giving me a nudge!
Last week I found a buzzard’s feather at the end of the track. The next day a buzzard behaved very strangely. Driving along the lane it flew out at tree level,very unusual! It then turned and banked over the bonnet of my car and flew in front of my face my side and over the roof. Close!
Such actions are usually a warning for me and the following day I had a very unpleasant experience with an old friend and removed myself swiftly from what I felt to be a toxic situation. It was a full moon in Aquarius and he is an Aquarian!
After Jane sent her synchros, she went to our blog and read the post of the day, which was about the pit bull attack on Nika, our daughter’s dog. She immediately wrote back and said the ‘toxic situation’ that she had just mentioned involved her dog, Tuppence. The old friend’s collie lunged at the nine-month-old terrier and pinned her to the floor. She wasn’t injured, but very frightened by the aggressive dog who was five times her size.