Celestial Earrings

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Metals Type: Zinc Alloy
Origin: CN(Origin)
Fine or Fashion: Fashion
Item Type: Earrings
Earring Type: Drop Earrings
Shape\pattern: Moon, Sun, Star, Cat, Celestial Theme 
Material: Acrylic

As the Pandemic rages on, people are looking for items that remind them to dream big and continue to remain open to new ideas and opportunities. The Celestial Theme fits that idea. Icons of Suns, Moons, Stars, and Cats appear in Tarot and are popular symbols with Witches, Who are the Traditional Housewives and Rulers of The House, also. Many of Us have been forced to become literal full-time Housewives during the Pandemic, but there is hope, there is a belief that We can beat this with working together and being safe, maybe a new normal will come that will make more People happy and create a better Environment for Us All. Ummm... People don't die from the Black Plague anymore... or do They?

Er... Sometimes...

“Unlike in the 14th century, we now have an understanding of how this disease is transmitted,” Dr. Shanthi Kappagoda, an infectious disease physician at Stanford Health Care, told Healthline in an interview last year.

“We know how to prevent it — avoid handling sick or dead animals in areas where there is transmission,” she said. “We are also able to treat patients who are infected with effective antibiotics, and can give antibiotics to people who may have been exposed to the bacteria [and] prevent them [from] getting sick.”

The bubonic plague is a serious infection of the lymphatic system

which is caused by bacteria called Yersinia pestis (Y. pestis).

Y. pestis spreads via infected fleas or animals, like rodents, squirrels, or hares, which can be passed to humans who are bitten or scratched.

The plague can cause a range of symptoms such as:

  • fever
  • vomiting
  • bleeding
  • organ failure
  • open sores

If the disease isn’t treated immediately, the bacteria can spread in the bloodstream and cause sepsis, or septicemic plague, Kappagoda explained.

If the bacteria infects the lungs, it can cause pneumonia or pneumonic plague.

Without treatment, the bubonic plague can cause death in up to 60 percent of people who get it, according to the World Health Organization