“Luna’s themes are all lunar attributes – instinct, creativity, luck, femininity, water element, miracles (on a Blue Moon) – also safety in travel. Her symbols are silver or white Items, water, moon images and the number 13.
This contemporary of Shakespeare's published almost nothing during his lifetime. Centuries later, we are lucky to have a few of the verses he left behind.
Twice or thrice had I loved thee,
Before I knew thy face or name...
It sucked me first, and now sucks thee,
And in this flea, our two bloods mingled be...
This flea is you and I, and this
Our marriage bed, and marriage temple is...
Not to fret, poet John Donne did leave us words we can take to heart in these Covet-19 troubling times:
"...never send to know for whom the bell tolls; it tolls for thee."
Which means (for my Republican readers): because we are all part of mankind, any person's death is a loss to all of us: “Any man's death diminishes me, because I am involved in mankind; and therefore never send to know for whom the bell tolls; it tolls for thee.” The line also suggests that we all will die: the bell will toll for each one of us.
On this date in the year 1848, the famous Fox Sisters supposedly made communication with the spirit world at Hydesville Cottage in upstate New York. Their famous seances gave birth to the popular spiritualist movement, which was all the rage in the United States and England from the mid-1880's to the early twentieth century.
If they were fakes in life, they are certainly not in death. For we still see them in mirrors, alone at night, try it. They do come for a shilling.