Victorian Tea & Seance

I love October and the Halloween season! It’s the perfect time of year for comfy clothes, evenings spent snuggling by an outdoor fire, spooky movie watching, and of course, communicating with those who have moved on from this life. It’s also the month where Samhain is celebrated. Samhain was celebrated by the ancient Celts as a festival marking the beginning of winter. Today, for many, Samhain, also known as October 31st/Halloween, is a sacred holiday or Sabbat, honoring the ancestors who came before us as well as marking the dark time of the year. It is believed to be one of the two times of the year when the veil between this world and the next is the thinnest. Which makes it an opportune time for spirit communication.