Eclipse Season is here!

Early in the morning, the Full Moon experienced its longest partial lunar eclipse since the 1440’s. A six hour process, the Earth’s shadow created a gradual red tint to the moon. Such occurrences were given the name “blood moon” due to their hue. And quite a sight to behold, we were able to see itContinue reading “Eclipse Season is here!”

Daylight Savings of Your Soul

Daylight savings brings dread for some:  it grows darker quickly and after the typical American workday, it feels like night outside once out of the office. Perhaps the pandemic changes this for some: those who are still work-from-homers stretch their legs, more breaks taken… Either way, the cold is creeping in, along with many monthsContinue reading “Daylight Savings of Your Soul”

Samhain’s Solemn Spirit

As October comes to a close, it is natural to think of Death. Halloween, Samhain and the Mexican Day of the Dead all sit at the end of the calendar month, the latter spilling over into November. Placed between the Autumn Equinox and Winter Solstice, these observations not only mark the end of the Harvest,Continue reading “Samhain’s Solemn Spirit”