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CHAPTER XIII - The First Rain

`But as in the morning the Morning-star stands between earth and sky, a star can rise in us, and stand between the heart and the loins.
`That is the manhood of man, and for woman, her womanhood.
`You are not yet men. And women, you are not yet women.
`You run about and toss about and die, and still you have not found the star of your manhood rise within you, the stars of your womanhood shine out serene between your breasts, women.
`I tell you, for him that wishes it, the star of his manhood shall rise within him, and he shall be proud, and perfect even as the Morning-star is perfect.
`And the star of a woman's womanhood can rise at last, from between the heavy rim of the earth and the lost grey void of the sky.
`But how? How shall we do it? How shall it be?
`How shall we men become Men of the Morning Star? And the women the Dawn-Star Women?
`Lower your fingers to the caress of the Snake of the earth. `Lift your wrist for a perch to the far-lying Bird.
`Have the courage of both, the courage of lightning and the earthquake.
`And wisdom of both, the wisdom of the snake and the eagle.
`And the peace of both, the peace of the serpent and the sun.
`And the power of both, the power of the innermost earth and the outermost heaven.
`But on your brow, Men I the undimmed Morning Star, that neither day nor night, nor earth nor sky can swallow and put out.
`And between your breasts, Women! the Dawn-Star, that cannot be dimmed.
`And your home at last is the Morning Star. Neither heaven nor earth shall swallow you up at the last, but you shall pass the place beyond both, into the bright star that is lonely yet feels itself never alone.
`The Morning Star is sending you a messenger, a god who died in Mexico. But he slept his sleep, and the invisible Ones washed his body with water of resurrection. So he has risen,

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