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Samhain

Samhain & Hallows Eve: Connecting with our Spirit Crew

Samhain & Hallows Eve: Connecting with our Spirit Crew

October 23, 2020 0 Comments

Samhain is almost here! It is said that the veil between worlds is the thinnest during Samhain, making it is easier to connect beings on the other side. Do you know your spirit crew yet? Everyone has guides and ancestors on the other side wanting to help and support you on your journey, some may be ancestors you are not even aware of, or other spiritual, cosmic and innerdimensional beings that are waiting to meet you half way! ⁠

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Celestial Insights : October 2020

Celestial Insights : October 2020

September 30, 2020 0 Comments

Brace yourself kids, because October is easily going to be the most intense month in all of 2020. If you've been reading my monthly insights in recent months, you know that I've touched on the intensity this year has to offer. Between the ongoing conjunctions of the wrecking ball crew; Pluto, Saturn, and Jupiter in Capricorn, as well as the ongoing Mars retrograde, it's safe to say it's been an intense last couple of months. This month The Sun in Libra turns up the heat and moves into cardinal squares with all of these planets mentioned above. Astrologically speaking, this is going to create cardinal tea squares. Similar to that of a T-bone car accident, something hits you out of nowhere. This "something" will be the Sun and Mercury in its retrograde motion in Libra. You see, astrology is simply the study of patterns and geometry in the sky that triggers...

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Samhain: Saint & Soul Days

Samhain: Saint & Soul Days

October 22, 2018 0 Comments

Halloween, or All Hallow's Eve, has more meaning than simply a slapstick holiday, cloaked in candy and costumes. The current secular holiday takes it's roots from the Christian celebration of All Saints Day on November 1 for honoring holy people of the past: hallow from Old English meaning "holy", and -een meaning "evening." However, even before All Hallow's Eve was the ancient European festival of the dead called Samhain (pronounced saah-win or saa-ween). Samhain translates literally from Old Irish meaning "Summer's end" and was honored with a fire ritual for the completion of the end of the harvest, and for the beginning of cold weather and more night.

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