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Just a quick hiya! to everyone out there. I have been so busy lately with my new job and adjusting to my  longer commute and all that entails. However, I have a few posts patiently waiting in draft form, all for your reading pleasure.

In the meantime, a few thoughts: Did you know the Samhain, the cross-quarter holiday from which ( or witch) Halloween descended is meant to be celebrated at 15 degrees Scorpio? This means it really is the most liminal between November 6 – 7. Since my birthday is November 6, I find this somewhat ironic. This is because I am not really a fan of Halloween. As a kid, I enjoyed getting candy and going to Halloween parties, but trick or treating freaked me out a bit. I am not fond of masks and scary, bloody costumes or decorations. However, I recently visited a buddy of mine who creates an over-the-top Halloween  display and it was incredible. Visiting with all of his cats was also a highlight.  So you may ask yourself, what kind of Scorpio am I then?  Well, that is a good question..

The suggestion that the veil is thinnest at mid-Scorpio makes perfect sense to me as the middle of a sign is where it is most powerful. I am fascinated with medium-ship and most occult practices, as many of you know, but not into blood, gore, spiders, bats, et al.  I am writing about this now to let readers know there is still time to make connections with guides, loved ones, and any other spirits that dwell in other dimensions. We are still only a few degrees out of prime range, so if you want to do some inner journeying, go for it. I am not certain exactly why October 31st was chosen, but it may have to do with calendar system changes. I also read there could be a Pleiadian reference, which is very cool in my book. If you know the reason behind this date change, do tell!

It is winter here in Philadelphia, weatherwise, and I actually enjoyed putting on my winter jacket today for the first time this season. But then I thought about the gloves. I think I will seek out new gloves, or the very least, come to terms with the fact that I identified so strongly with an article of clothing that was not in my possession for very long. I am not certain at this point.

Before I go, allow me to give a shameless plug for my Sense-sational Challenge, which is in full swing.  There still are slots available so if you are on the fence, please get off of it and sign up.

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Until the next time, go ahead and embrace the unseen and mysterious a bit longer before we move ahead to full tilt Turkeypolooza mode here in the States.

With Jupiter in Scorpio, we can go deeper into mystery and find more of what appears to be missing. It could be the resurfacing of joyful memories, a hidden talent, messages from the ethers, or a missing glove!

8 comments on “Hiya

  1. Dewin Nefol says:

    Hey Linda, Namaste 🙂

    Apologies for missing this post and November 6th, your birthday. I should have remembered: i’ll will do better next year. But apologies aside I hope you enjoyed your big day and feel younger for it? I also read in comments of a new job?? Did you keep that quiet or have I been ‘elsewhere’ lol 🙂 Sincere best wishes…it is excellent news, you must feel elated.

    As for the gloves…you know my thoughts on that anyway 🙂 But besides all that: perhaps buying for new work wear will present opportunity to find a new pair that fit better? 🙂 Will you be opting for purple or plum colour?

    You sound buoyant in your replies and that’ll bring a smile to one and all 😀

    Until next time, take care, good luck, best wishes.

    Namaste 🙂


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    1. litebeing says:

      Hi Dewin, I do not expect you to remember my birthday. It was nice in that I worked and the coworkers brought in a cake for me, afoter only being on the job a few days! That felt great, I have been offline most of the time because it is taking most of my reserves to adjust to early hours and long commutes. I did not mention new job until recently. I guess I was being cautious, lol! I am hoping for new gloves to reflect a new season in my journey. We shall see when that occurs.

      Thanks for all the well wishes and kindness. Hope you are doing splendidly yourself.

      Cheers! Linda 🙂

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  2. anitashree says:

    Now I’m interested in knowing about this date change thingie too! We don’t celebrate Halloween here..not really. Now though, a lot of the kids do..and places have events and stuff for kids. No trick or treating though..I don’t think.

    Hope you are having an awesome time at your new job!

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  3. smilecalm says:

    wow, a new
    holiday to me, Linda!
    happy knowing of your new job!
    wishing you nourishing
    lessons accompanying
    the commute 🙂

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  4. Happy Belated Birthday and congrats on the new job!

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    1. litebeing says:

      Thank you Julie. So great to have you back here among the original blogettes in my circle. Blessings to you and your infant and canine family! ❤

      Liked by 1 person

  5. alohaleya says:

    Happy Birthday, Linda ❤

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