HAPPY THANKSGIVING EVERYONE!
I am thankful that my new tale is ready to be printed. The Three Persuasions explains Creation in its own unique way. A unicorn and a princess are the two players. Both the authorized King James Version, Greek Septuagint, Latin Vulgate and the American Standard Version mention this ancient creature. Chinese mythology and the Japanese have their version. The predecessor of the medieval bestiary, compiled in Late Antiquity and known as Physiologus, popularized an elaborate allegory in which a unicorn, trapped by a maiden (representing the Virgin Mary), stood for the Incarnation. Some religious writers interpret the unicorn and its death as the Passion of Christ. The myths refer to a beast with one horn that can only be tamed by a virgin. The Virgin Mary and the unicorn are a basic emblematic tag that underlies medieval notions justifying its appearance in every form of religious art. Only the virgin can tame the one horned beast.
The Unicorn is a unique representative of a divine and breathtaking oneness. It is also a symbol of purity, strength, salvation, inward calmness and healing of wounds. Princess Shree’s mentor, a magnificent unicorn, encourages the princess to turn toward the free flow of cosmic energy and lovingly share it with receptive hearts.