VENUS RETROGRADE 2018

BUT FIRST – HAPPY OCTOBER!

This month brings a completely different energy and feel to the air – not just in temperature and crispness, but in vibration preparing for the end of the Wiccan/Pagan year on Samhain or All Hallow’s Eve. It’s a time of high magic when the Veil between the worlds grows thinner and thinner as we move toward the end of the month, so we can communicate with and experience other dimensions, honor those who have passed and listen to their guidance. It’s already started in my house with the cats seeing and hearing things that “aren’t there” and intense dreams that provide release and guidance. Read More

HONORING ALL HALLOW’S EVE

Here is a reprint of an article I published several years ago, but the info is still relevant for our coming Halloween, Samhain, All Hallow’s Eve, Day of the Dead, All Saint’s Day observances.

In past times, the year was divided into two seasons: summer and winter. Summer started on May 1; winter on November 1. The beginning of November was also considered the beginning of the New Year. Read More

RADIO SHOW APPEARANCE

Wanted to let you know that I’ll be making a guest appearance on Powered Up Talk Radio on Tuesday, October 25 at 5 pm Central time (6 pm Eastern, 4 pm Mountain, 3 pm Pacific) to talk about “What’s Going On?”

We will discuss a lot of what I included in my last newsletter so if you want to hear the conversation rather than read it, or just want to tune in for the extras (as we always add more or go off topic), please join us.

If you’d like to tune in, go to www.toginet.com/shows/poweredup at the appropriate time on Tuesday. Read More

HONORING ALL HALLOW’S EVE

In past times, the year was divided into two seasons: summer and winter. Summer started on May 1; winter on November 1. The beginning of November was also considered the beginning of the New Year.

With all the importance we attribute to the celebration of New Year’s Eve on December 31, the same importance was given to All Hallow’s Eve on October 31. Except it was a solemn and sacred time, requiring a more solemn and sacred ritual than our current New Year’s Eve’s heavy partying and hopeful but easily broken resolutions . Read More