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Open The Door Softly

Over the last several years, I have noticed more people expressing that they are encountering a thinning of the veils, openings between the worlds, crossings to and from the neighboring realms, and so on. These reports have been increasing in number and the intervals between reports have been decreasing. Significantly, these encounters and observations are less linked to the times and places that are traditionally thought of as naturally liminal or during the times in the changes of the seasons of the Sun and Moon when these passages are expected. I have read and heard a variety of suggestions to explain this phenomenon, and many of them are reasonable and plausible. I’d like to propose that there is also a slow and steady shift in the Astrological tides that is also one of the root causes of this change. There will be just enough Astrology in this post to offer an explanation without bogging down in a lesson in Astrology.

 

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Welcome to Signs & Portents

 

Aryós Héngwis here. Some of you may or may not have run into me as our site's local moderator, who occasionally weighs in on discussions going on in the comment sections of our blogs. If you haven't, let me be the first to introduce myself. I'm Aryós Héngwis, PaganSquare's community moderator and BBI Media's online media coordinator. My job, essentially, is to make sure all of our blogs are running properly, to coordinate our various social media, and to make sure discussions don't get out of hand (something I'm happy to say happens only very rarely).

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  • Danielle Blackwood
    Danielle Blackwood says #
    Thank you for all the great work you do Aryós! We are grateful

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