I chose this layout (below), which would provide an overview for our experiential pilgrimage, but note that it is intended to directly refer to the GROUP – not for each member. It is done for the term we will be together in Egypt, however, some of the reading will relate to before and after and our individual lives back wherever we reside. My interpretation here is meant as a layout that I thought best representative of our group unit and my query meant to fit that dynamic; even as there are times in the interpretation of each card that do refer to how the card may reflect aspects of the trip regarding each member, accordingly.
- Central Energy for Current Experience/Situation - Wheel of Fortune
- Crossing Energy (placed off to side for visual of all cards) – Prince of Disks
- What is Being Brought to Experience – The Emperor
- What is Being Removed from Experience or Taken Away – Temperance
- Supporting Card; What Motivates or Drives Experience – The Tower
- The Obstacle to Experience – Three of Wands
- The Transitional or Empowerment Aspect – Three of Swords
- The Outcome/Homecoming; Possible Future – Seven of Disks
QUERY: I ask that Creator Spirit and the Neteru use the Tarot and reveal what the group needs to know during or in relation to the March 2020 pilgrimage in Egypt and these insights be only for the Highest Good of all.
#1 – Base or Foundation Card: WHEEL of FORTUNE
This card is the center of the group’s pilgrimage and it says…. Be READY for anything. It is a spinning wheel, perhaps one of Fortune, but also in this deck, The Wheel of Fate/Destiny describes it better. It represents that there is swift moving energy, which brings changes of every sort appropriate. I would say we have a key into the realm of Egyptian Mysteries and etched with a word— “Changes”. The variation of those changes will depend on each member and their need, level and/or dreams. Of course, I am directing the reading for the group and, so the scope of changes will be across the board in every way. We are reminded that during a time of so many possible changes, it will be most important to remain “present” and aware of everything. By being fully attentive to our inner and outer sensibilities, dreams, the many moments of synchronicity and allow for the time needed to “take it all within and process as if especially affects each of us will be the highest priority as members of this amazing group experience. There may be as many or more changes that will become apparent long after the group has disseminated and moved on with their own life work, spiritual or mundane. Since the Wheel of Fortune represents a time with great opportunities and swift changes afoot, it occurred to me that the symbology on the card needed attention, too, as we share in the spinning of the card of this deck—An Egyptian Wheel of Fortune/Fate/Destine! Notice the Sphinx at apex of the wheel; seems the may be a riddle needing asking to receive his answer, but it is one that must be asked by the heart and one that will remain without an answer or continue to be unknowable until the time is right. Since changes need to happen only at their right timing, I see that SET, ironically, is falling off the wheel. Being the Lord of Storms, chaos and the barren desert, it seems suggestive that certain changes occur as a result of a real or metaphoric time … “chaos/trouble/storms all come before a fall?” But, there is the Way-Shower, Wise Jackal neter, Anubis climbing up the other side of the wheel, which I see as “regardless of the fall, the way will be made clear out of the storm and back into the sunlight again. Upon the center of the pillar, there is a tiny figure, which reminds me of our ability to be co-creators in our lives, albeit, Khnum is the creator neter that forms life forms upon his potter’s wheel even though I think the imager here is meant to be Ptah, who speaks life into existence. Either way, the symbols tell the story of change at the center of a spinning wheel – i.e.., the adage of game show hosts – “….and where she stops, nobody (or no Neter) knows.” Surrounding the wheel are the usual tarot figures representing the 4 elements, which implies that the changes will necessarily be completed in perfect alignment with the natural forces or elementals, essentially/eventually in accordance with Ma’at’s natural order and balance. We think of the wheel spun by a single winner on that game show, but this wheel is being spun by 30 individual hands and so the collection of our ideals, knowing, intentions and expectations may differ greatly, when our metaphoric hands clasp the wheel, we will be creating potentiality on a dynamic level. The Major Arcana Wheel, a Tarot Spiritual Suit card, presents the concept of how our collective energies can create positive changes exponentially. We may journey through Egypt, individuals sharing an experience, but when our positive energy, intentions and individual abilities are combined, we will surely become creators “AS ONE” mind and probably never discover the fate/destiny we may have changed or the potentialities we may have affected by the rituals and sharing of energies that we have experienced together. Yes, there are likely many versions of change that will come from this pilgrimage as appropriate to each member during the time in Egypt and long after we go back home, but I strongly feel that this card indicates that there will be far-reaching changes affected, begun or enhanced (in ways too numerous to imagine and unlikely ever be known, to us later) as we join in spinning of the WHEEL of FATE/DESTINY or FORTUNE in March, 2020.
#2 – Crossing Energy of Base Card – PRINCE OF DISKS:
This position can suggest either an enhancement or a reversal/or slowing down of whatever the Central card presented. While there are other meanings with this card, by the position here, this time it presents a counteraction to the rushing suggested by the Wheel beneath it. Think of it like the chariot driver has parked atop the wheel and interfered with the speed that it can spin- he didn’t land hard enough to break it, just tilt it. The Prince of Disks means change, as well, but he shows us that it is important to hesitate – in other words, “don’t charge in where our instincts (angels) fear to tread.” There will be a need to expect the changeability on energetic levels during our time, but it is also the lesson of the “Wise Prince” to allow appropriate time for planning time/events, setting time to contemplate on them and sometimes slow for a breather as needed. Like the Prince, stopping to absorb or consider everything being experienced, no matter if it is new to them or they are old hands to such things; either way, it can be over-whelming unless we “take time for our horses to breathe”…pun intended. It suggests that we need to be mindful of not only personal needs and healthy choices, but also perceptive of the intensity of energy that we might experience throughout the sites of Egypt—whether new to such things or an old hat at energy sites, this card shows us that there may be some differences or changes that may be unexpected. The fact that the Prince has also dismounted his chariot, which reminds that it will be imperative that we remain – as we were reminded in the pre-trip meeting – “mindful of our feet” – staying “GROUNDED” everywhere we go.
#3 – What is Being Brought into Experience – EMPEROR:
The Emperor represent strength and resolve; and when applied to a group, he represents all the strengths, abilities, and wisdom of each member, collectively. The Emperor can take on any challenge because he wears armor in all preparedness, but still sits calmly until it becomes necessary and he is called upon to … “go charging where angels fear…(well, you get the idea). He teaches us to take things in stride. Even as being prepared for spiritual battle is wise, it is more important to assess a situation before leaping into the fray—thus, he is the “WISE WARRIOR” and this Major Arcana card suggests we use the example of the creator neter, Khnum and take on our new roles as “WISE WARRIORS OF MA’AT” (Spiritual Warrior). We all come with a variety of skills, sensibilities and knowledge to be shared or added to the ultimate group mixture. Because Khnum is a creator god who uses clay and mud and molds life forms upon his potter’s wheel, I interpret this as applicable to how the group will “become” once the recipe is finished; rather each member of that group would be bringing their pre-existing knowledge and experience, which would equate as the components of the ultimate recipe. It might be that Khumn has invited each of us at this moment in time to come and learn at the “feet” of the Neteru (metaphorically, of course) and when we arrive, he will allow the group to use the potter’s wheel and create what they need to “become”. He also suggested that each member have time at the wheel (wheel of destiny? Again perhaps) to express their own becoming as consideration is given to the desired outcomes, inspiration and dreams-made-real from their time in Egypt and thus a composite of the gifts they may take home at the conclusion of the pilgrimage. Of course, this card is what is being brought to the experience, evidenced by the fact that each of us bring our own unique skills, abilities and ideas to add to the group, it is important to note that the resulting group dynamic will be like the Emperor, stronger, more proficient and exponentially more potent as a sum of all its parts and, therefore, we are challenged by Khnum to not only share our Egyptian experiences, but also return afterwards as open-minded and wise warriors of Ma’at, but also still students who have graduated a level or two for our extraordinary journey.
#4 - What Can Be Taken Away from or Possible Results of Experience - TEMPERANCE:
The next position refers to what shall be taken away or resulting from the experience – TEMPERANCE. Generally, this card is equated simply to a need for “patience” in a situation, however, that can be a minor point. Instead, this is more related to the prohibition or the setting of limits on things like alcohol, drugs, food, gambling or having or lacking tolerance of something or someone. Keep in mind this is a Major Arcana (Spiritual) card and suggests it will become perhaps more important that we each take the lessons and changes experienced in Egypt home and keep them jealously if returning to problems that have not gone away while gone or there are situations that require more or less patience waiting to be faced and/or resolved. It is not possible to pin-point exactly what they may be for everyone, but generally, I would say this card suggests that good or bad situations be handled wisely and using the skills, energy and new prospective brought back from Egypt. This is the only card in this reading that leans more toward how it applies to each of the group members for it is relative to “what” they are taking away from their experiential journey and the interactions with the other group members; ideally only enhancements to their life situation as positive energy instead of negative. The importance here is that the entire pilgrimage will have presented new ideas, intentions, healings and knowledge among other things and all will become applicable to our individual workings, skill sets and understandings; thereby, Egypt will have gifted from its heart and soul to our lives in whatever manner that might be applicable. Some of us may have stories to tell by lecturing or writing, others added energy for healing, others a new eagerness to research or delve deeper into the mysteries and others find a freshness to any form of creative endeavors they enjoy. It really doesn’t matter exactly what form the experiences from Egypt take as we dissipate as a group unit and spread back across the globe to families, home and PETS, too. Just that we can take the best and worst of our experience, balancing the reformulated truths gathered from the sands and Nile into whatever manner applicable to that home environment—significantly, that we will wear the experience like the wings on the card. This card might be brighter than I would have expected for Isis or Hathor and then I noticed the plinth on her head and realized it is NEPTHYS—the hidden or shadow sister of Isis and the one that always stands in shadow to her in their artwork. She signifies our “SHADOW SIDE”, a significant aspect of our ego/personality. She is the unknown and the unknowable that must remain hidden from sight. While that may sound like something dark or evil, it is rarely that; instead, here I think Nephthys shows us that she can support us especially by uplifting fears or things we feel should remain hidden with her brilliant wings—or she can protect our secrets beneath them. Therefore, there may be certain things from the time in Egypt that may not be easily shared with those back home or that need to be tempered to become palatable to their level of understanding; either way, Nephthys is ready here to assist with our transitions back to our normal lives, however, she will also keep our secrets safe if we would rather that. Isis offers her magic to transform what we think should remain hidden into something more palatable to those who won’t or cannot understand, while Nephthys will hide our secreted thoughts or experiences in the shadows of the subconscious where she rules. She will gladly bring it all forward when the time is right again so nothing remains completely lost nor will our memory fail to recall every detail of our experiences in Egypt, they will surely dribble back over time; no need to fear, but I do suggest lots of photos and journaling from past experience at thinking I won’t forget a moment of my time there. Of course, we will all enjoy and share many memories and notice effects of the energy adjustments from our trip, but more importantly, it will be the enhancements and initiatory shifts that will be most significantly felt even months after we are home again—Usually there are realizations or more complex comprehensions that pop up for a long time as the Wheel of Destiny has slowed its spinning back to “normal”. We may be musing back upon the pilgrimage for some reason or revisiting notes or photographs at some future time, but surprise! Nephthys may suddenly release something you may have not completely understood or forgotten entirely, and it is released from the shadowy fingers of the subconscious and then make more sense—it happens.
#5 – Supporting or Motivational Force that Drives Us Toward the Experience – THE TOWER:
As I turned this card over and placed in the layout, I was sure I’d made an error. However, giving into temptation to pick a different one would not only serve no purpose, but also be a tarot “no-no”. So, THE TOWER stayed. It left me in a major quandary, however, for it was foremost a Major Arcana Card, which carried more than usual importance and it “fell” where it indicated some sort of disastrous event(s) and it carries a great deal of importance in a reading. In the position where it “fell”, it seems to indicate those problematic issues will seriously affect the preparation and journeying of each member of the group; therefore, prior to us being that “group” of which the reading was initially intended. The Tower is never a fluffy sort of card, ever, and at the least, it suggests a sort of “fall” from grace. As the Motivation for and Supporting energy leading to the Group Experience, I am immediately struck with the sense that there could be something disastrous afoot before we gather in Egypt; although, it does look like it will not deter our eventual gathering there because the rest of the reading tells a more positive, hopeful story and outcome. Because of that happier mode of the rest of the cards here, as I interpret the why of the Tower with the Group Reading because of its dark, dire suggestive energy cannot be ignored; it gives me great concern for the fact it is never a pleasant or positive event shown by this card—ever; mostly it presents situations such as serious situations that have little or no resolve, grown even stuck there, and only the lightning strike by God can inspire solution or changes. While on the lesser end of the scale, it may be a spiritual or energetic and metaphoric fall caused from something terrible, on the opposite darker end of the scale, it can be things such as relationship endings, abusive situations, very serious health issues or broken lives from a variety of even diabolical causes. This storm-laden card is NEVER a good sign, except as the supporting cards around its present solutions or directional shifts to change what has become stagnant or unresolvable. With all that, explained, I went on with my attempt to understand how this card could relate here; noting there is little likelihood there would be any fluffy side to its stormy character. Let me first explain something about the Tower on this Egyptian Deck: this refers to some dark situation, the lightning strike at the apex of the obelisk (tower) shows that Spirit/God-like energy needs to awaken to the problem or inspire how it may be solved. Nothing sweet/nice can fix the huge crack at the base or the potential the obelisk will completely topple to the ground, apparently the tiny workmen racing away may have already fallen from the top and have given up control; but there is always a foundation remaining upon which the problem/situation may be resolved and rebuilt so despite the stormy landscape, there is always hope for something better as shown by the skies clearing along the distant horizon. Certainly SET is in a rage and able to see thru the “EYE of Ra or Horus” at the top for he is a Neter/god with those abilities; sometimes we need call upon the expert for solving difficult situations—in this case, perhaps Set as the master of storms/chaos would be that expert for disastrous times, such as would be master masons to repair the tower crack? I noticed that the faces of Osiris and Isis have been chipped away, essentially showing that whatever is causing the tower’s fall, has also meant to destroy their vision to see the positive side of things or offer their magic wisdom to it. The mouth may be suggesting “words spoken” may have denied the gods or spoken ill of the “Law of Ma’at” causing the tower’s destruction in this imagery; there may be words of angry declarations making things worse or mistruths or misinformation happening, too. There is that long crack along the base of the obelisk that must be fixed (call the master builders?) before it will stand firm once again. While Set has driven the workmen screaming in terror, maybe hoping they will flee without hope of fixing whatever is happening? The truth in the Tower images however, does intend that we know there are solutions from some higher source or power to be found and the tower can be repaired or rebuilt when minds are turned to fixing and away from the fear and egoist aspects that threaten to destroy what the tower symbolizes in a life situation (no matter how bad it might appear). I previously rarely paid attention to the white bird (dove?) flying in the dark cloudy sky, but as I look now, I wonder if that is a Dove of Peace or Horus, the sun falcon, symbolizing that regardless of the chaos, he offers retaliation or salvation for what is happening and the promise that the skies will clear again. At the front of the scene, I noticed the tiny figure of a cobra crawling with a spread hood, ready to protect from danger, and this would be Wadjet, the Cobra Neter, Divine Awakener, representing her power to awaken what is needed to change things here and thus salvage the obelisk’s symbolism in every way repairing what has been damaged or put in jeopardy; thus, she awakens us to the rightful way and the repair of the Tower and/or the insight into the duality (her forked tongue that senses all she needs) that can bring retaliation and solution to any destructive situation.
THEN…after I waded through all that symbology (seemed necessary in the moment), I still wanted to find another reason that might present a different approach to the Tower here and now. It occurred to me that my experience with the Tower might be jaded from past reading experiences, so I tried to take it in a different light—what came of that was that while the card is generally a dark, negative indicator of problems, I had a thought that perhaps instead of a single terrible one, what if it was oddly presenting itself as representative of a composite of individual problems effecting the eventual group to be joined after the Tarot’s appearance rather than the above alternative. If it points to single or multiples of problematic things happening as the members of the ultimate group are preparing to leave home, i.e. Travel/flight problems, issues during packing, the rush to be ready and leave pets and family members OK until after we get back; also that any major illnesses or relationship strain with loved ones might be put on hold and somewhat out of mind while we are in the Group dynamic, at least until we need to return home to deal with them again.
Indeed, what if the Tower, while it is very definitely not one of straight forward positivity and seems odd to be motivational for the rest of the reading cards, I do think its apparent insurmountable stormy symbolism could be a very unusual composite of negative things rather than one big fateful mess. I hope that when the time comes when we are gathered as the group, we will discover the Tower recognized we all had a variety of personal crap happening before we became the group; we all then realized that it was only Set’s way of throwing a tantrum as he collected all our “stuff” and came close to ignoring him as an essential counter-balancer of the other Neteru with whom we will soon be walking as warriors of Ma’at and her Cosmic balancing truths.
#6 – The Obstacle to Experience – THREE OF WANDS:
We move on forward with our reading; the next card is in an Obstacle position to the Experience -- The Three of Wands. This card relates to all kinds of communication and since it is in an Obstacle position, it is a warning that problems might arise with miscommunication of some kind, misunderstandings or arguments possible and problems occurring with sharing is misused in some way. While I am not sensing any such problems with this group for it is one with a majority of like-minded, open-hearted people, but it is a card suggesting difficulties “POSSIBLE” with our communicating/sharing or understandings. Note that in Tarot the central cards are as the situation is, however, the next three cards moving into a future time (even if only hours or days) are NOT cut in stone and merely suggest possible outcomes or events. As such we are all empowered to change what is presented from a negative issue into a positive situation. With that said, I believe this card is less obstacle for our time together and more a reminder to be aware of each other’s needs for sharing or time alone to contemplate, write or meditate when need be. Also there may be those in the group that will need encouragement to express their experiences so they may process things they might find unfamiliar or difficult and others that have the ability to help, but be shy or just uncertain if they should help…I believe the group will blend well once we are together and there will be a group consciousness that will be quite busy the whole time on many levels—whether being vocalized in the group setting or contemplated in silence. There is another aspect of this card—This being an Egyptian themed Tarot, this card shows a scribe well centered/balanced and contemplating something – possibly the sunrise – on the horizon. With that symbolized imagery, I need to make notice that for me this card speaks to my personal (and possible many others of this group, as well) desire to spend time contemplating, silently receiving energy and messages by meditation or other means and just time to fully absorb Egypt on every level … so makes me wonder if the obstacle here is pointing either that those who experience this way need the space to do so without bother from more chatty members OR that we need to BALANCE our time for both inner as well as outer expression….I guess both may be correct; and I doubt I am alone in that thought? On another hand, the obstacle here may also refer to someone in the group that may be unable to “vocalize/ask” for help if they are having a bad experience or trouble comprehending something they have experienced; in that case, the card seems to indicate that might be an obstacle for their overall experience and perhaps the others in the group might need to keep an eye out if that should occur. There is a great possibility that messages and information may come to members of the group from more than our leaders or Guide, Emil—I am sure more than a few of us receive communication from spirit and/or the Neteru and so this would not exactly be seen as an obstacle other than the challenge of discernment by the receiver to share what is appropriate, but perhaps also keep certain things private for reasons as yet unknowable. We will certainly all be in the classroom of the Neteru, so the contemplation of this card’s scribe is significant as it shows we all need to be good and attentive students—and journal lest special details be forgotten!!
#7 – The Transitional Energy or Empowerment Aspect of Experience – THREE OF SWORDS:
Transitional energy moving us forward on this pilgrimage is the Three of Swords – it shows an image of sorrow and separation and would seem to indicate problems in how the group interacts with each other. But this is a mistake because in Tarot readings, the position the card is placed holds highest regard. While I would expect some individuals in the group to have issues of a personal nature, I think that is not the meaning here for this card is Transitional and Empowerment, which would be unlikely with this card. Instead, I think it refers to the instructions and rituals that will be performed during the journey through the temples and sites; rather than this card pointing to individual sadness, I am drawn to the #3 to be indicative of communication, however in this position that would be what has been spoken would be empowering the individual—i.e..,, classes, instructions, rituals, etc. The Empowerment aspect of this position suggests to me that there will be two separate aspects and the intensity will depend on the readiness or level of the individual. By this I mean that the one figure is sad and seems crying and that would suggest an emotional upheaval present for some that would be susceptible to changes of a hormonal or emotional nature. The other figure represents those of the group more ready for empowering what they have more understanding or skill at experiencing, which then leaves him/her gazing outward seemingly eager for the new understanding or shift of energy, perhaps taking a less emotional direction with a more positive readiness for new information or changes. (just suggestions, there are definitely many other ways to interpret the two characters, but remember the position makes the difference if this card shows a breakup of a couple complete with tears and arrogance and reading the symbology relative to this transitional position.) There stressful factors involved when we are dealing with energetic shifts and the enhancement or advancement in what has been our truths for some time and so this card does display such change by indicating the dual nature of how we might react to the changes possible after experiencing our pilgrimage through Egypt. No question, there is an empowerment to us all on a variety of levels and this surely will create a reformation or revision of something to which we may have clung for a long time, so pay attention as there are many ways energy will come surging thru our bodies and it is quite likely that heart centers may be overwhelmed with the amazing world of Egyptian mysteries; thus, the tears on this card, but look at the other figure and see the wonderment on his face and forward looking direction he faces. For this reason, I think there is a sort of warning here that we all remain aware of how we usually can become affected by energy and new metaphysical experiences, but at the same time be conscious of the need to stay grounded; doing so has a multitude of benefits as well as prevention of imbalances or shakiness.
#8 – The Outcome, Results or Homecoming from the Experience – SEVEN OF DISKS:
The card of Final Results, Outcome and Homecoming (or Home-going) – Seven of Disks. Here the figure is holding two disks and the other five are on the ground, which suggests certain ideas, experiences and even perhaps truths or understandings will be left behind. Essentially, this shows a rebalancing of our energy for there will be some that is felt there that will remain in the sand—just the way it must work for us to return to our homes and somewhat back to normal (sane? LOL). To me the #7 means to have faith that all will work out as is rightful and/or we will be okay resulting from the conclusion of an experience/event. There is a comparison here to how we will likely feel upon completing the pilgrimage—feeling like we have taken so much information, energy shifts and amazing experiences to heart, which I see here as a sort of payment made for the gifts Egypt, our leaders and Emil have given us in experiences and lessons, but this payment is being made to the land on the card. I interpret that as a sort of energy exchange for all we have received during our time in Egypt, the exchange is leaving something of our essence or energy there by intention that it be so. The irony that this woman holds disks does make me think of the tangible exchange as we return home with the gifts, goodies and trinkets we purchased to remember out time there and enjoy back home as we share them with family and friends. Interestingly, she takes less than she is leaving – that demonstrates that what we will be leaving in Egypt is greater and maybe more valuable than what we take away. For the time we have done rituals, meditations, set intentions and experienced the energies we will have left bits of our intention, energies and emotional selves and that balances heavier on the scales than a simple heart bared of all the love and positivity we shall be offering Egypt; even as it is an intangible, invisible and unknowable commodity. The intentions we set as individuals and as a group are the most powerful and empowering that we have to offer in fair exchange (payment) for what Egypt is soon to gift to us. There is another aspect to this card and position: The imagery can be seen as a metaphoric exchange as we have released what is property (seen and unseen) that is no longer valuable, has become outdated or stagnant and unhealthy to our lives back home but may have been part of us as we traveled to Egypt, but during the varied experiences and growth that occurred within and sometimes without, we (she is) are about to leave more behind than the enhancement gained in the form of the two disks in hand; therefore, we may arrive back home with a lighter load (notwithstanding the extra baggage we might bring back for fun.) What a good picture this presents to how we may return to our homes, carrying a lighter load a fresh set of ideals, information and perception and no longer holding onto what is no longer the best for us????
AFTER-THOUGHTS OF 3/9/20: It is apparent, that there was a good month’s delay between the initial date of this Group Tarot Reading and its posting, finally, today. Not to make too many excuses for such a long delay, just let me say the worse of them was when my computer clashed with the Technological gods from the Retro land of Mercury. They snuck in one day and painted its screen the loveliest shade of blue; then added the planetary logo, a stupid sideways smiley face that even claimed it would fix itself if I turned it off and back on. It was a big liar—instead, I ended up with a computer victimized with dementia with its memory wiped clean. After I reloaded and reclaimed everything, I finally found and typed the notes from the initial reading day (above).
Alas, it would have been tempting to simply change what I originally “got” regarding the meaning of the placement of the Tarot TOWER card. That would have made me sound super smart and insightful, but I realized it was more important for many reasons to differentiate the reading date and today as I finally finish typing the notes for posting. It’s true that the likelihood of the COV-19 Virus is the reason for the Tower’s warning appearance for all the many ways it has affected and interfered with travel plans for all the members of the soon-to-be joined group, which was the original reason for doing the reading back in Feb. I suspect that you were reading the above narrative for the Tower and thinking “what’s the deal, is she too dense to realize that the Tower does have a warning suggested.” That’s fine, I would be thinking the same thing but when I wrote the above notation, I had no idea there was such a virus or anything similar. Maybe, this could be a lesson for us to remember things occur with the right or appropriate timing of Spirit.