Theme 2013: Superstition

“What the mind doesn’t understand, it worships or fears.” – Alice Walker

“Men become superstitious, not because they have too much imagination, but because they are not aware that they have any.” – George Santayana

Despite evidence, Saguaro Man was conceived by a ladybird during a rainstorm in the Holy Lands of Arizona. On Friday the 13th, Jupiter and Uranus conjuncted with the moon goddess and crossed their fingers. Dolphins doubled their luck by swimming in threes, sparrows knocked on wood and black cats were banished until the cows came home.

The rain fell for 7 days and 7 nights. To sailor’s delight, following a red sky at night, the sun stepped over the crack and a mystery was upon us. Rainbow Warriors traveled from far and wide to the prophetic pot of gold, where they welcomed home an ancient being. Standing tall with twitching eyes and arms spread wide, “The Spiny One” gave a thumbs up as he shouted, “Break a leg.” Artfully rejoicing with salt in hand, keepers of the legend danced with pure hearts under the blue moon, restoring love and harmony to the Earth.

Saguaro Man 2013 is an opportunity to express your vision for our future. Whether you are superstitious, surreptitious, or overly ambitious we invite to you pARTicipate.