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We just finished with Yom Kippur on October 5th as October 9th finds us in a FULL Blood moon. Which means (FOR INTERCESSORS-you need to be binding the harm/effects of the occults ability to transform into deeper darkness, their ability to refresh, attain more power, Binding ALL MACRO/MICRO spells onto mankind (their evil altars, its ingredients). ALL types of spells, magical systems, all types of magic (written/spoken, frontwards, backwards, layered, or structured) and all ties to PLANETARY MAGIC, the zodiac, (because this is the month of the fight between the serpent/eagle – TRANSFORMATION SEASON), which means you are NOW in a fight with the occult in order to see which way you are going to go_ FRONTWARDS or BACKWARDS. Because the occult is hoping you will go backwards unless you press beyond your pain…and continue to focus and war!

From a worldly perspective: What does this time mean to the occult? Samhain is a pagan religious festival originating from an ancient Celtic spiritual tradition. In modern times, Samhain (a Gaelic word pronounced “SAH-win”) is usually celebrated from October 31 to November 1 to welcome in the harvest and usher in “the dark half of the year.”

For the Jewish Side:

Heshvan is the eighth of the twelve months of the Jewish calendar.

Heshvan comes at the same time as the secular months of October/November. Pumpkins, squash, and gourds have arrived, reminding us of the cycle of planting and harvesting. Nature begins to hibernate, and mirroring this process, we too slow down and turn inward.

After the seeming endlessness of the holidays last month in Tishrei, the month of Heshvan (also called Marheshvan) is the one month in the Jewish calendar without any holidays or religious observances other than Shabbat. Called “mar” (which means “bitter) Heshvan because absence of Jewish holidays, the month is actually a stroke of brilliance in the genius of the Jewish calendar cycle.

After the activity of Tishrei, with Rosh Hashanna’s spirituality and Yom Kippur’s introspection rolling into the joy of Sukkot and the “z’man simchateinu” (time of our rejoicing) of Simchat Torah, we all need a bit of a pause to absorb it, to take a breath, to stop for a moment. Heshvan gives us a pause.

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