A solar eclipse very similar to the one we will see in the UK on the vernal equinox 20 March, 2015
The 2015 Vernal equinox: My wards; Bea, Willow, and the Swan twins along with Anya who has been acting as their chaperone while they have been at UNLV since the first of the year, arrived aboard Limnaea II on Tuesday, the 17th. They were excused from classes as we had planned with their professors to have them work ahead. They will return to school at the end of spring break which runs from March 30 through April 4th.
We are going up to Inverness on my private sleeping car, The Dragon, having boarded late last evening with Marvin. We will stay this evening at Crag Abbey then on the 19th move to His Grace’s hunting lodge in the mountains over looking Loch Broom and Ullapool in preparation for the celebration of the vernal equinox at sunrise on March 20th.
His Grace’s Estate manager has been working with Chris, our male Gyn, to select men as seed donors in ritual sex with Aphrodite – in the form of my wards and myself - on the five altars of Location Z.
A complication: There will be an almost total solar eclipse in Scotland this Friday morning, the morning of the vernal equinox. I’m not sure if that is a good or bad thing for our welcoming in Spring, but it has certainly terrified the local Druid community as in the old religion eclipses were said to precede disasters so none of us is sure what to expect.
It’s a bit after 7:00 AM here and as soon as I post this I’m going to try to go back to sleep. I don’t sleep as well on trains as I do on Limnaea II. We are somewhere in Yorkshire at the moment I think.