Tonight is the Holiday of Purim, when the story of Queen Esther (Haddasah) is recounted. This is an extremely important Holiday in the Secret religion.
Tonight is also a Saturday of Souls in the Eastern Church. A confection of wheatberries and honey is blessed in a memorial Rite in that particular faith.
In the syncretic nature of the true faith, I have taken the traditional Purim dessert gift of hamantaschen, and used honey for the dough instead of sugar, thus emulating the wheatberries and honey of the Eastern Church while retaining the traditional Purim pastries given as gifts at this time. I used one of the most powerful alchemical and magickal ingredients known to any spirit as a filling... my mother's homemade wild blackberry preserves she so lovingly sent to me, and which my dear father picked by hand.
While I cannot share the pastries physically, I can virtually gift you one this evening, for it is the mother's love (ie literally Chesed) within them that is so important and so potent. I remember only the wonder and honour of my acquaintances in this memorial, and I share the love of Purim, as exemplified in Queen Esther's sacrifice and her "Holy Deceit" of King Ahaseureus at this time of year... when the waters turn bitter. I gift to everyone this "La Dulse" or sweetness of a mother's love... Chesed.
These pastries were blessed kabbalistically, shared virtually with Rebbe YaLHaK, blessed by + Palamas and + Dositheos of the Coptic Gnostic Church, and most importantly prepared with my hands in thanks to my dear parents who provided the "fruit" within them. I share their loving preparation as an operative act of Theurgy with you all!
Chag Sameach Purim!
They also truned out just like the picture but even more 'homemade' looking!