Norse myth suggests that the earth and sky were created under Odin’s supervision and he also created the first man and woman from an ash tree and an elder and established the laws of the universe.
Mercury was the messenger to the gods is one of the most widely recognised gods. He’s usually depicted wearing a winged helmet and sandals.
Wednesday is also referred to as “hump day” because it sits right in the middle of the traditional working week. Getting over the hump brings the weekend into sight.
Mercury comes 4th in the hierarchy of the planets and is associated with the throat chakra. Mercury is known as the patron of science, the arts, travel, communication, and athletes. Mercury is one of the planets that has a retrograde movement usually 3 times a year for about 3 weeks. When a planet goes retrograde, it appears to be moving backward through the planetary system. You hear astrologers warn of problems with communication, thought processes, and travel.
So on Mercury’s day, be creative. Don’t put off till tomorrow what you can create today, a quote Bill used often.