Attribute: God end of all things.
Angelic Choir: Guardians.
Regency hours: from 23:40 to 24 hours.
It is invoked for:
- Protecting us against magic operations we're not aware of.
- Help us to have flexibility in the emotional side.
- Protecting the poor and suffering.
- Help us to see our emotional blocks.
Those born under your regency:
People born under his influence will be famous for their wonderful discoveries, they will discover secrets of nature and will always have words of strength and courage against evil and injustice. They like changes because they are renewing, always reformulating their way of thinking. He hates illusory things and will always be helping people who come out of oppressive or depressing states. They ceaselessly search for truth to reach a more objective situation in life. He will be endowed with a higher power, being able to trigger events for himself and others who need his initiative. He will fight for ideals and will work magnificently, reserving special attention to the study of the laws. He will attract wealth and power through his words and will be a deep connoisseur of the relationship between the macrocosm and the microcosm.
Now you can, my soul, be calm,
that the Lord has been good to you!
MUMIAH: 'WITHOUT FEAR OF DEATH
Many experiences in life are hard, but none is as hard as the loss of a loved one, and yet this view, which is very popular, did not seem to be shared by Yesod, the Young Yesod, who was saying goodbye to her beloved grandfather, the elderly Mumiah, at that time.
-You mustn't be sad little girl, sadness is not good for the heart, and besides you will grow old sooner.
They were the words of a dying man who struggled not to leave a bitter mark on the young woman's memory.
- How can I be happy when you're dying? -I answer with desolation Yesod, while making a desperate attempt not to cry.
-My daughter, I've lived 72 years and I'm proud of it. Life is beautiful, but it is only a reflection of the beauty that awaits you wherever I go. I am happy because I have done my job and now as a mature fruit I must leave this land to be reborn in another.
-But Grandpa, how can you be so sure of what you're saying? -I ask in anguish, the young lady.
-Ha, ha, ha," smiled the old man sweetly, "the years, my daughter, the years make us wise, does nature make us sad when one of her trees gives its ripe fruit to the earth? No, on the contrary, it is proud, because that fruit bears a new seed and it will be with its death that it will allow it to be reborn, to sprout and grow, becoming a tree again. Do you understand, little one? Everything in life follows that law of rebirth and change.
Young Yesod was left pensive. Those words had awakened her consciousness and now she saw things differently. She loved her grandfather, and yet now she was not unhappy about his departure, she was sure that wherever he was reborn everyone would be happy to welcome him.
The years passed and that young woman grew up following the advice that the old man had so wisely left her. From that day on, Yesod promised himself that he would not falter in his efforts to share with others the immense wealth he had inherited from his grandfather.
One day, and from the hands of misfortune, a war broke out. For seven bloody days, the villages were razed to the ground and the fields devastated.
The suffering, the pain and the desolation were the only breathable atmosphere and were already becoming so unbearable that many sought refuge in suicide.
Yesod was also a victim of that situation, but his attitude was very different. He drew courage from where there could be weakness and gave himself entirely to the service of needs.
There were so many of them that she hardly had any strength left to care for them all, but she did not lose heart, tiredness could not bring her down, and thanks to her untiring efforts, many sick people found relief, and those who were blinded by despair wanted to take their own lives. They soon changed their minds, for the wise words of Mumiah, the noble old man, had been more strongly renewed in the spirit of Yesod, who would become a sublime light that would illuminate their lives.