About Lady Aban Ceaulosevic:
Round, a little gray, happy, and pleasant lady. Herbs are my life and powerful they are.
We are in the Age of Aquarius (Thetis). In Roman legend, Narcissus. It is the same legend. Both used the water of River Styx to reflect their "virtue" but their "virtue" was as poisonous as the water.
The legend and the lesson in human nature are frightening.
Thetis brought her newborn son Achilles to the River Styx hoping to make him immortal. She dipped him into the water that brought instant death and immortality in the bargain. To touch this water was death and immortality. She also touched the water.
Thetis lost her spirit as did Achilles. Such is the price for meddling with mortality. Achilles became a warrior and was seemingly invincible, many honorable men died on his sword and he was unmoved by his invincibility. Achilles was killed by a poison arrow in his heel, the only place the Styx water did not touch.
Thetis and Achilles both were brought before Zeus. "As you are immortal, you cannot die. As you tried to cheat death, you are not numbered among the honored dead. Thetis is condemned to pour out Styx water so that all might remember her folly. Achilles is innocent of his mother's misdoing. He is pardoned."
Thetis, now called Aquarius, resides in the February sky, in the coldest time of year, the time of want, ruthlessness, and starvation, bared with all her faults and calling out for others not to make her mistakes. She pours poison tears by the bucketful, and there is no end to her tears. Her only solace is that we might learn from her mistake."
We glean from this that we must approach mortality and immortality with respect. We must approach all spiritual truth with the same caution as we mortals know virtually nothing.
Recent history shows this lesson clearly. Might we learn from this naive soul who learned her lesson a little too late? Your intuition is your best guide. Sharpen it!