I remember the day this tragedy occurred, I saw it play right out on the television. The night before, Mr High grade, the ex husband and I was walking back from the store when he suddenly stopped me and told me to slow down, we were not in any rush. He was a Ganja head, so everything for him was always in slow motion, even when he sung, he was two beats behind the music. I paused and began to walk slowly home with him. He stopped again and said something quite peculiar. He said ” Do you feel the tension in the air?” We both looked up, it had rained earlier and so the air was cool and the street damp. He continued, “the air is tight, don’t you feel it?” He asked again, almost insisting that I felt what he was feeling. I must admit, I felt nothing, but I was to find out the next morning that his spirit connected him to what was to be one of the most horrific tragedies ever to have occurred.
I want to take the time out in remembering those who lost their lives on that day. Spiritually they all had the same key, I will explain this in another post one day. It rained all night last night in New York, and the night before. This may have been natures way of remembering those who died that day,because nature never forgets. Please take a minute today to say a prayer for the loved ones who were left behind. Pray that they find solace in some way, and that they understand that they all will meet again one day, when the “mist” have rolled away!
This is the Tower card from one of the twenty two major arcana cards found in the Rider Waite’s tarot decks, one of the best Tarot cards for those who can read Tarot through spirit and NOT from a book. This deck was published in 1910, the tower cared is one of three most destructive cards in the 22 major arcana cards, I should know, I am an expert card reader and so was the great Mr. Mitchel!
Look at it. Look at it!
As for the ones who have gone on, light a white and and ask for their spirits to be elevated.
Káa tó dé ibi tí a ńlọ, a má ńkọ́kọ́ dé ibi táà ò fẹ́ /
Before getting to one’s destination, one may end up where one would rather not be.,,,Yoruba Proverb!
[Endurance and persistent focus are crucial]
All religions are valid as long as it teaches peace and love…Obara Meji