“Rats in the intersection. Do not turn left.”
***Yes, I know! This one sounds sooo bizarre! “I’m just the messenger.” hahahha Bizarre as it may be however, everything is symbols, so, the focus is feeling into the symbolism of it 😉 And, I do personally enjoy these fun games of discovery in the puzzles of symbolism.
To offer a little insight to this one: Basically, it has to do with being okay with just being right now. Being ok just where you’re at. Now is not the time for “left turns.” Best to wait and be patient. Move only in rightness of heart and mind, in alignment with your Source.
Now, onto the symbolism with the rats!
Cunning rat of silent creeping,
Friend of Ganesha, lord of might,
Guide me through mazes by your foresight,
For all good things are mine by right.
I was led to this short poem… and, my jaw about hit the floor… because in this oracle message, there was emphasis on ceasing left turns. And the last line of this poem, speaks of righteousness!
More from this page:
“The Hindu God of Overcoming Obstacles Ganesh
uses a Rat as his steed. For the Hindus, the Rat represents prudence and foresight.
Which is the reason that you see rats leaving a ship before it sinks
or scurrying out of a building before it collapses. They know….
To the ancient Egyptians, Rats symbolized wisdom.
Rat is the first sign of the Chinese Zodiac, symbolizing fertility and wealth.
A white Rat is the companion of the Japanese god of happiness and
a symbol of Daikoku, the god of prosperity.”