Sicut et Signa Offerimus

Qui signa invenimus
Sicut et signa offerimus

From time immemorial, it has been inviolable custom among spiritual teachers and those who practice spiritual teachings to contribute to the signs they witness in times of momentous spiritual events. We who have discovered many wondrous things must now, in some meaningful and useful way, leave behind for those who are yet to pass through this world some sign, testament, account, record, memento, memoir, monument, etc.

We do this to honor our shared experience and, more importantly, to ensure that despite the changes of time and the exigencies of history, someone somewhere in some unknowable future will encounter the mystery that we have received.

That which we ourselves have received we must faithfully hand on to others.

~BT Waldbillig
December 14, 2016

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