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[Tidbits] A God's Gem and a Coral Fish


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A God’s Gem and a Coral Fish.

She was once known as a Lady of the Animals as well as she was known
for her sexuality and her name was Venus. Her Horned God was Adonis
… both hunter and sacrificial stag … who became Venison which
meant Venus’ son. The city of Venice was named after her. A planet
was named after her. A poem–which has lingered over the centuries
and which you all know–was addressed to that planet with her name.
“Star light, star bright, first star I see tonight, I wish I may, I
wish I might, have the wish I wish tonight.” One of her gemstones
was Coral.

Eastern myth has it that civilized arts came to humanity via
fish-headed gods. These gods emerged from the oceans to teach by day
… and returned to the depths by night. The Fish represented the
prolific life of the ocean which ultimately gave birth to all life
on land. The half-fish / half-human mermaids signified the aspects
of female nature. They represented the fertility goddesses … not
the least of which was Venus.

Coral … an apocalyptic gem with powers of predicting cataclysmic
evil on its way to destruction. Wear brightly hued coral next to
your skin … and it will pale if you become ill … or if you are
even threatened by illness. This is a very handy prophetic power
folks … for coral not only notifies you of impending illness by
paling and losing its luster … it also lets you know if you’ve
been poisoned.

Let us say you’re wearing a coral necklace … with a fish as a
clasp to notify one and all of your exceedingly strong sexuality …
and your fecund capabilities … and your other half can not stand
the attention you’re getting … so in a fit of jealousy he drops a
bit of arsenic into your glass of heavily sweetened Manischewitz
Malaga Wine renowned the world over by the culturally savvy as the
drink of the elite … which you down in a gulp. Are you doomed? No
way. Huh-uh. Non. Nada. Nyet. Nein. For when you glance down upon
your bodice upon which rests your Coral Sautoir … you immediately
notice the paling of the gem … you realize you’ve been poisoned
… you make a mad dash for the emergency room … and you’re saved.

I happened to have a graphic, dear souls, of a necklace
representative of the very necklace I describe above. Some of the
coral … you may notice … is a bit pale. Who knows the reason?
Not I … for I know not of the evil that lurks upon this planet in
the form of disease and poison … I am a mere reporter of some of
the magical powers that inhabit our green planet … and most
assuredly … I am not promoting my ability to supply coral trinkets
to those who might want them in order to warn of the dangers that
lurk in the shadows.

For those of you who are new to this thing called Tidbits…may I
direct you to my home page at www.tyler-adam.com where you will
scroll down the left side menu till you get to the area that says
Tidbits Graphics … and then click on the link that says: Coral …
where you will see a graphic of a Coral Sautoir signed by Carimati.

And there ya have it. That’s it for this week folks. Catch you all
next week. Benjamin Mark

TYLER-ADAM CORP.–Jewelry Manufacturers
Tel – 1-800-20-TYLER
E-Mail: webmaster@tyler-adam.com