Wishing you all a Blessed Samhain! Here’s a message from Lori yesterday morning:
“I wish you all the best this Samhain, Halloween, and Feast of the dead! The new year will bring peace, good health, and prosperity to all our people of the Craft of the Wise–and for all humanity!
May no one ever suffer the injustices of those people who went before us to gain our freedom, that we can say the blessings that I give you today. Remember them with all your heart! Remember them, that from you their memory will never part. Because as you say their names, they will never die. And their sacrifice that was given was not in vain. That their pain is not pain anymore, knowing that we stand here in strength and circle as we did in days of yore.
And here I give you this blessing of love that it will last for many years to come. Remember all those that have passed. I love you with all my heart and my being. Joy, health, happiness, prosperity, and keep your minds open to love all of humankind, the animal kingdom, our planet, and those other planets in the universe. As my ancestor Giordano Bruno said, ‘There is a multiplicity of universes and there are many souls out there like ours.’
And as Leo Martello said, ‘If you see an injustice and do nothing about it, then you are just as guilty as the perpetrator of that injustice.’ Seek justice every day, my dears, no matter what religion or sexual persuasion they may be, or anything that may be different from us. Protect all.
And a blessing to our dearest friend and brother, Richard Ravish, High Priest of the Temple of Nine Wells – ATC, who passed into the light in September. May he sit there with the mighty ones and watch over us. And high priest Edward Perruzzi, who left us also, but who is still there. Their presence is found around us each and every day.
And to all those of every tradition who walked into the sumer-land this year, we salute you. We remember you. We never forget. Your presence is always felt.
May the blessings of many rainbows be on you all. I love you with all my heart and being. Thank you for being there for all of us. Thank you, for all that we have yet to do to make freedom in the future.”