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LOVE–TRUTH– REASON!!!
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Samhain Newsletter
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FOR FREEDOM this Fall
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“Mercury Retro on the FULL MOON as we approach Fall Equinox!”
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Fall Equinox Newsletter
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The last supermoon of the year ‘sturgeon moon’ is here
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Lammas (Aug 2nd) newsletter
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What’s next? Turn to the LIGHT!
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2022 Summer Solstice Newsletter
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May Day Newsletter

LOVE–TRUTH– REASON!!!

Goings on at LAB HQ…

Let’s Keep Turning to the LIGHT! Let’s Keep Our Auras BRIGHT!

By Sami MERLYN, DD

 

Greetings of LOVE, LIGHT, and Laughter from the mountain top! Here at almost 7000 feet elevation in the Rocky Mountains of Colorado, we are gathering the best from our recent three Harvest Festivals, as we strive to leave behind the negative in our pasts. We move through the fall cycle, celebrating our good, as we approach the rebirth of the sun on Winter Solstice. Here in the USA, we also prepare for one of our favorite Holidaze… THANKSGIVING. So thanks for your giving, dear ESP LAB member! You help keep the dream alive.

 

Let us start and end each day with Thanksgiving. 

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Samhain Newsletter

Samhain Greetings my friends,

 

The time period, between Oct. 31st and Nov. 2nd is one of the most widely celebrated ancient traditions honoring our ongoing connection with ancestors and loved ones who have passed. Samhain meaning ‘summer’s end’ heralds the thinning of the veil between the seen and unseen worlds. Most of us have heard of or participated in the celebration of the Day of the Dead in Mexico or here in the US. Connecting with our ancestors and expressing love and gratitude has always been the theme of this time for thousands of years. Samhain was celebrated at our ancestors’ graves and other gathering sites, long before ‘trick or treating’ as goblins and ghouls became popular.

 

In 2019, I had the honor of experiencing Taita Juanito (a 5th generation Indigenous Shaman) leading several Ayahuasca ceremonies in Costa Rica.

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FOR FREEDOM this Fall

Let’s turn to the sparkling BLUE LIGHT of PEACE, PROTECTION, POWER and PROSPERITY– Turn to oneness with the BLUE LIGHT– the positive healing creative BLUE LIGHT–  as we open ourselves to SPIRIT, STRENGTH, HEALTH, POWER & PEACE with INFINITE CREATIVITY– Let’s make this our 3rd or “extra” LIGHT attunement period for each day of FALL 2022. Know that YOU will be uplifted and helped by participating whether or not your name appears on this month’s special list.  To play with us, just find a relatively peaceful place in which to relax and focus your complete attention on THE INFINITE SOURCE OF ALL… or simply God if the term is OK with you.  Let your “imagination” fill in any blanks, but KNOW that there is always a response from the Infinite

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“Mercury Retro on the FULL MOON as we approach Fall Equinox!”

Fall is near!   Sun enters Libra Sept 22, 2022!                                                                  FULL MOON in Pisces, September 10, 2022   

The planet Mercury– which rules the mind, communication, business, & transportation– has gone on another vacation and this one lasts from September 9th to October 2nd, 2022.  Mercury is Retrograde approximately 20% of the time.  I have moved into plod mode for this term, and suggest that you do the same!  It takes patience and perseverance, but you can do it! We can do it!!  We can get through this! As Al Manning would say, “This too shall pass.”

 

     Right after Mercury went Retro, the Moon was full in the sensitive and fertile sign of Pisces.  Full moons are always good times to make a wish.

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Fall Equinox Newsletter

 

Celebrate the Cycle of Life,

 

The Fall Equinox is the second of the three major harvest festivals. The Celtic name for it is Mabon: the season of storing food and preserving nature’s bounty for the coming winter months. This year it will be on September 22nd at 6:04 pm PDT just as the sun enters Libra, the sign of the balancing scales. The term Equinox refers to this balance of day and night. Fall is the time of plants shedding their seeds, going underground until new plants rise up in the Spring 

 

In ancient Greek and Roman traditions, during the Fall Equinox the Grain Goddess Demeter was honored. Originally, she was a triad: the Maiden (Kore or Persephone), Mother (Demeter), and Crone (Hecate) in the Pantheon that predated the Olympian myths. 

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The last supermoon of the year ‘sturgeon moon’ is here

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SUPER MOON on 8-11-2022 rising over Durango Colorado at 1:30 am
Photo by Sam Rose
People across the world will be able to view the last supermoon of the year on Thursday and Friday. A “sturgeon moon,” as it is referred to in August, occurs when the moon is at its fullest during a time when it is also closest to the Earth, making it appear larger and brighter in the sky. Keep it here for images and updates.

If you haven’t seen a supermoon yet, Thursday night is your last chance in 2022!

For the fourth and final time this year, the supermoon, also known as the Spurgeon moon, will occur at 9:36 p.m. EDT (6:36 p.m. PDT) — and the next one won’t happen until June 14, 2023.

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Lammas (Aug 2nd) newsletter

 

Celebrate Abundance my friends,

 

August 2nd is Lammas, the first of three festivals celebrating Mother Earth’s bounty. For this first harvest festival, baking loaves from the first grains and offering them at a communal meal has always been central to these gatherings, going back to thousands of years before the Common Era. Harvest festivals celebrate the abundance of the Great Mother.

 

The Celts called this time Lughnasadh (loo-na-sa), Native Americans called it the Green Corn Festival and in Slavic Regions it is called the feast of the Big Glad Woman. Ireland celebrates Lammas as Big Sunday and farming communities gather at hundreds of traditional hilltop sites to set up craft fairs, feast, play games, and dance. A part of every one of these gatherings is a ceremonial meal where the first fruits of the harvest are shared in gratitude.

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What’s next? Turn to the LIGHT!

 

Wow, with the past lunar cycle of a Solar eclipse on the new moon, a complete Lunar eclipse on the full moon with Mercury Retrograde, we can wonder what will befall us next? The celestial influences have been especially challenging with plenty of strong Mars’ action (as it squares the moon– temper tantrums and wars), with Pluto squaring the moon and Venus (explosive heart breaking emotionalism– that can be linked to death).

     We have each had our share of challenges as we plodded through the confusion and delays of Mercury Retrograde, with all the rest. And the good news is “this too shall pass.” Mercury will go direct soon on June 3rd, and it will be good to put it and the eclipses behind us. 

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2022 Summer Solstice Newsletter

 

Celebrate Midsummer my friends,

June 21st is the Summer Solstice this year as the Sun enters the sign of Cancer. Also known as Midsummer, it is one of the eight great spokes on the Celtic wheel of the seasons. The Solstice (meaning sun stands still) is universally recognized in all cultures as an important turning point—it is the longest day of the year in the Northern Hemisphere. Sun energy is at its peak and we feel its primal creative force.  

Midsummer’s Eve is one of the three important spirit nights of the year; the other two are Beltane (May Day) and Samhain (Halloween). When the veils are thinnest between the worlds, we can communicate with the spirit world more easily.

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May Day Newsletter

 

Celebrate Life Force Energy on May Day,

 

May Day is the time when nature has truly come alive. Our ancestors joyfully embraced the fertility of Mother Earth; flowers bloomed, offering their pollen to the bees. The Celtic name for this period is Beltane, which means bright or sacred fire. During the festival, great bonfires were lit and animals and fields were blessed in hopes for an abundant year. Traditionally May Day began on the eve of May 1st and was celebrated with feasting, dancing, and merriment for two weeks. 

 

Beltane was a time when lovers ran off to the fields and woods together to honor the Great Goddess with ecstatic lovemaking. The Maypole, symbolizing the phallic energy of the season, was festooned with ribbons.

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