A little known ancient zodiac system, pronounced as Naivsku and based on 12 signs represented by insects, was developed by pre-Incan civilisations living in the South American Andes. Until recent years Naivsku was largely unknown but a team of archeologists and anthropologists have started to collect and compile available information, which they have named The Entomozodiac Project (TEP).

Unlike our modern horoscope system, Naivsku does not attempt to predict the future. It matches human traits and characteristics with birth signs - your sign describes who you are, it doesn't determine what will be.

Molly Leigh was born in 1685 and lived in a cottage on the edge of the moors at Burslem, near Stoke-on-Trent.

Molly was a solitary lady who never married.  She enjoyed the company of animals and often talked to them - her favourite being a Jackdaw which she kept as a pet.

Since time began animals have been revered and worshipped as spirits of nature, known to the ancients as power animals or the animal guides of the Gods.

Many animals therefore became associated with various deities, i.e.  Diana and the Hound,  Hecate and the Toad,  Proserpina and the Raven, Pan with the Goat, Athena with the Owl, the Spiral Goddess with the snail.  

The ancients believed animals were closer to nature than humans, and would perform rituals and make offerings to their spirits in attempts to communicate with them.

You find yourself outside two doors - both guarded......

One is the door to Heaven, one is the door to Hell...and you don't know which is which.

The guard to Heaven will always tell you the truth but the guard to Hell will always lie.  You are only allowed to ask one question in order to find out which door is which.

What would you ask?