Pisces outpours flowing feelings of wisdom that are results of original feelings of divine will and love in Spirit and Soul. These feelings create magnetism to attract Heaven on Earth, the Alpha and the Omega, the beginning and the end.
Pisces is the culmination of all the other signs. From this perfect cosmic culmination is birthed always new beginnings.
The feminine energy of flowing wise feelings nurtures, loves, protects, dreams, and attracts wonderful changes. This energy becomes new physical realities.
The wisest course of action is living in beauty according to divine laws, accessed through inner guidance. Inner guidance attunes one to The Law of One, the
highest good of all. Feelings of wisdom continually manifest beauty and joy in everything.
The divine virtues of our name empower responses to the longing of the heart for beauty and enlightenment.
To this end, we encourage people to write, paint, sing, build, act in theatre, and do any kind of art whatsoever to express innate Divine Beingness that exists in all life. This intrinsic spiritual perfection is visible to those who see through the eyes of love divine. This then empowers harmony and justice, success and satisfaction to triumph in the realms of polarity.
The wisdom of the heart desires beauty that nurtures the grandeur of free will operating with divine law to create enlightenment.
Here is one of our stories:
THE FLYING STAIRWELL
This is a story of the triumph of the wisdom of the heart through art.
Once, not very long ago, there was an ugly stairwell connecting six floors of a decrepit government housing project. Drab paint was peeling, the lighting was bad, the stairwell was dingy and smelled bad, it was depressing, hard, and cold, and yet many people of all ages had to walk up and down it each day.
One very sensitive thirteen year old girl named Angie just couldn’t take it anymore. The
stairwell felt like a nightmare to her. Life was hard enough without having to see this awful daily reminder of all that is wrong with life. She conferred with her friend Jason, who conferred with Sammy and Lynn, and together they made a plan, following the wisdom in their hearts.
Grabbing leftover acrylic paints from an old art class of hers, Sammy began to trace a magical dragon
that seemed to be formed by long winding cracks of paint on the wall. The dragon’s tail wound round and round, until it flowed up through all six stories of the stairwell. She used a bight gold metallic paint to outline brilliant scarlet and orange scales, vermillon eyes and electric blue wings. The dragon held stems of splendid red and white roses in its mouth.
They cleaned the stairwell with soap and water. Soon the bad smell was gone. Jason got hundreds of yards of waterstained fabric cheap from a junk store. With some fancy ladder climbing and some duct tape and a few concrete nails he managed to drape it every which a way so that the stairwell had an almost medieval castle effect. The drapes made the dragon look like it was flying from out behind them. The waterstains on the cloth turned out to be really beautiful. Lynn found some large billiantly colored plastic birds from boxes of old decorations which she hung with strings at key places, and Angie used paint to suggest oriental mountains off in the distance. They placed whimsical windchimes to catch the draft that whistled through each time a door was opened.
Before long, the beautiful magical stairwell was the talk of the project. Other kids began to fix up their stairwells too, and beautiful, elaborate artwork appeared overnight on the sides of previously drab, ugly buildings all over the tenements.
An argument began to rage between the building authorities and the children and their advocates as to whether this was defacing public property or if this was community volunteerism and art beautification.
parents got involved, and then the press got wind of it. Soon the mayor had to make a decision one way or the other. Were the kids juvenile deliquents or were they heroes?
The battle waged over dinner tables, in the streets, and in offices downtown. Were the kids to be punished and fined or were the public building authorities going to be chastised for the ugliness and depressive living conditions of the
Pulpits thundered, sides were taken, articles written.
Finally an uptown publisher sent photographers to the original stairwell and took very careful photographs of the dragon and curtains. Then they went to the other stairwells and walls and cataloged each artwork in its most favorable light and angle. A very fancy expensive coffee table book was assembled and published.
It was an overnight sensation!
Hollywood got involved. Talk shows couldn’t leave it alone. A documentary was planned.
Public opinion turned, and the results were fabulous. The kids emerged triumphant; their lives changed forever.
The housing authority got a grant for enlisting school kids to paint murals on the bare concrete walls around other housing and government projects. Art teachers were jubilant. Tenement residents were proud. Garden clubs got into the act and corporations made donations. Volunteerism reached new heights.
Community vegetable gardens started
popping up in every conceivable spot and old timers were eagerly sought out for advice. The folks in the local retirement home became overnight authorities on building soil, planting flowers, vegetables and cooking. Compost became gold and garden tools the latest status symbols.
The gardens were evening gathering circles as everybody sat around on
old chairs and chatted. They watched their plants grow with the intensity of fans at a champion sports event.
Private bets were placed. Local gangs did guard duty. Everyone was rooting for their garden to outperform all the others. The adults joined with the kids and made splendid outdoor art to keep the birds
away. “Tenement Garden Art” became the title of the second coffee table book. It too was a resounding success and was even elected book of the month by a prestigious literary organization in Britian.
Weather became a subject of great importance, strangers turned into friends, children played, and life in the projects took on a whole new
Evening suppers became a daily soul experience that bonded everyone together with the mystery of nature and community.
At harvest time, prized vegetables were proudly presented to favorite friends and neighbors. The mayor ceremoniously received the Great Pumpkin from the garden at Housing Project H, and a picture of the Giant Squash from the East Block garden made the front page of the local newspaper twice, as it kept growing after the first picture was made.
The housing tenements became famous internationally. Soon similar projects were started in other cities.
Enough peoples lives were changed by this one event that to catalog them would fill an
entire library. The ripple effect goes on forever.
And it all started when Angie listened to the wisdom in her heart to bring beauty to a place that had known only ugliness before.
B… Creative works, which celebrate the dance of
A…beautiful, enlightened expressions that allow old imperfect realities to be gladly let go [umlaut A, ae].
R… Free will and inner guidance
Umlaut O, eu…help open the heart to love and the eyes to see indwelling
divinity so that
O… harmony and justice bring success and satisfaction.
A and umlaut A, ae…Artisic expressions of wisdom and enlightenment inspire transformation into greater beauty.
The melody of our name is A, G, C, C, D-sharp, C, G.