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Saturday, May 16, 2015
A Twin Obsession, Part 3
In ancient Syria, there is a legend about twin brothers Arsu and Azizos. They are usually depicted as riding a camel (one humps or two?). Arsu came to represent the evening star and Azizos the morning star. Interestingly, the morning and evening star, most of the year, is the same star. It is found in the west after sunset and in the east right before sunrise. Which star is that? Well, it really isn't a star, it is our sister planet, Venus. You know, Venus, the goddess of love. And perhaps it is reminding us that it is love that both guides us and fulfills us as we unite with our Twin Soul.
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