This dimension that we live in and the spirit worlds meet in October. Just so you know I’m neither a Witch nor a Wiccan. I wouldn’t know what to put in a cauldron besides soup. What I am is a spiritual being who has taken time to explore the different dimensions. I like to think of this time of the year as a sacred time to honor my dearly departed and to seek a closer relationship to The Creator. I always sense the presence of the other worldliness at this special time of the year. And I give thanks.
This is the time that the veil that separates us thins. This has been known throughout the beginning of time. This is one of the reasons that nowadays there is a celebration in October called Halloween. Originally this was known as Samhain a Gaelic festival held on October 31–November 1. The Irish name Samhain is derived from Old Irish and means “summer’s end” and also November. It marked the end of the harvest, the end of the “lighter half” of the year and beginning of the “darker half”.