There will be a lot of challenges, drama, and strong, tense emotions. Conflicts coming from these changes bring sense of volatility. COVID and its variants will continue to be an issue. As previously stated, “this is a time for governments of the world and its people to begin to be truthful on how we arrived in our current state.” A large segment of the population will continue to believe COVID and its variants are a conspiracy, along with the 2020 U.S. election being stolen. From the early part to the middle of the year, there will be deeply and emotionally strong, dramatic changes taking place in this country. At times there will be sadness and emotional confusion. Challenges that haven’t truly been dealt with will bubble to the surface. Things that the country has tried to bury or sweep under the rug will come into view. The U.S. will need to face its past to bring about some needed closure, not letting its past hinder it from moving forward properly. Things that have been avoided must be addressed now. Opportunity for transformation is upon us. However, for transformation to be a reality, dramatic changes must occur. Hence a moment of reassessing, releasing, and letting go of the old to make way for the new. ABOUT Christopher Brown A teacher, priest, writer, lecturer, researcher, and international traveler, Christopher W. Brown (Sàngódaré Fágbèmí) is the founder of the Akasanmon Institute for the Study of GAN Philosophy, an organization bridging the gap between science and religion. Christopher is initiated into six priesthoods in Yoruba culture. He was initiated as a Priest of Sàngó by the late Oluwo Afolabi A. Epega, a fifth generation Ifá priest from Ode Remo, Nigeria. He was initiated as a Priest of Ifá (Babaláwo) by Chief Priest Solade of Akure, Nigeria, Gaga Community. He was also initiated as a Priest of Obàtálá and Osun by the late Ifálabanke Adesanya of Ode Remo, Nigeria. Christopher is a member of Egbe Ifá Ògúnti in Ode Remo and has been given permission by the Adesanya family to use the title, Akasanmon, a Yoruba word meaning, ‘one who studies the sky’. Order your 2023 Mystics Almanac now and gain the peace of mind to carry you through the entire year.
Posted by The Mystics Oracle at 2023-02-14 04:42:53 UTC