OYRH #3: After Annunciation

Transmutation eluded any crackers or grape juice yesterday, but I did feast, and I did do some filming of me reading the “Solemnity of the Annunciation to the Lord”. And yes, I read it out loud, in my backyard, with the Catholic neighbors watchin’. I heard the backdoor close at about the,

Sacrifice and offering you did not desire but a body you prepared for me; in holocausts and sin offerings you took no delight.  Then I said, ‘As is written of me in the scroll, behold, I come to do your will, O God.’ (Hebrews 10: 4-10)

12939380_10206747555151416_1807142039_nFather Vinson in action!

I hope I didn’t offend the Sutton brothers, but if I did, I do hope they will forgive me.

Today is filled with more research and design. If the rest of the week maintains a high level of productivity, I will be able to start reaching out to for event planning very soon. I feel I need another three months of calender building before I pull the trigger on contacting folks. I would have six months of options at that point. I want the whole year, but I am less then a week into the project and already things are moving forward at a rapid pace, as there are multiple holidays on Thursday. And Hindu new year begins seven to eight days following that depending on whether you are celebrating as a Punjab, Assam, or Bengal. There are more sects of Hinduism than that, obviously. But some, like the Sikkim, celebrate with the Tibetan calendar. Bengal is most familiar to me, and we have all read The Namesake. I will be researching all of them and its likely I will get to celebrate more than one of them anyways.

I would also like to take this time to say thanks to everyone who is starting to get on board with this project. I know it is a weird one, but I hope everyone is finding the knowledge interesting. I invite you all to use this stuff as a springboard to your own research and discoveries. I have not seen any gods yet, but I am learning and educating (Perry didn’t know what “Annunciation” was until last night, so there). Which, even many of the religious would agree, is likely far more valuable than meeting any one particular god.

These blogs haven’t seen much traffic yet, but I want to continue to reach out and suggest that anyone with questions of suggestions please, please, please, please contact me and hit me up. Comments or advice, holidays and observations need to be coming at me; I have calender days to fill and will need help. Holla!

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