There are hidden truths that many may not know or have not noticed about November. These secrets would be revealed here. While it may seem that we are more inclined to discard the spiritual in this century it does not invalidate its existence or annul its power over the physical world.
November has brought some crazy disaster on its wings. While it cannot all be examined in this limited space, some of the tragic events can be highlighted. In the 90s we had; pneumonic plague death, EgyptAir Flight 648 Hijacked, Methane gas explosions in a West Virginia coal mine that killed 78 men.
A major earthquake struck southern Italy and left 300,000 homeless, Nazis carried out “Operation Harvest Festival” to kill all Jews that remained in the Lublin District of Poland, U.S. embassy in Tehran 90 were taken hostage, Prime Minister Rabin assassinated and John F. Kennedy assassinated.
The 21st century has had its fair share of the month’s madness, an F3 tornado struck Evansville, Indiana, a Jokela school shooting in Finland, and a series of coordinated Paris attacks by Islamist terrorists left 130 victims killed and 416 injured.
A psychological narrative as to why the 11th month of the year can be referred to as one of the worse is due to the increasing cold and lack of celebration in this month.
People associate cold with despair. Some have concluded everything dies in November. The trees are bare and the month of rebirth still seems far away, so there is an aura left that leads to the reflection of one’s mortality and life.
The changing of the season, moon tide, sun revolving, and plant growth have always called for ritualistic acts to appease whatever spirit holds the path for these changes.
Our discard of these things is an outright disrespect to powers our minds are yet to understand. The collective days created to honour the dead ‘Allhallowtide‘ (October 31st- November 2nd) are either misused or not recognized at all.
When there is a neglect of the spiritual world, there is no doubt the physical world suffers. Our clad of enlightenment appears to be just an excuse ‘to not give Ceaser what belongs to Ceaser’.
At this time of the month, a new year is approaching, yet we still show a lack of regard for the spiritual realm that navigated the year about to end. It appears that we are then forced to realize we live life, not on our fortunes but by a grace we were meant to acknowledge.
Deaths and Misfortune strike uncontrollably and then we remember the place of the spiritual, the curse of this month forces us to implore and acknowledge.
When we scale through November, move to December and realize despite the tragedy we are about to see January gratitude pushes us to do the necessity, ‘admit the place of the spiritual in our physical life and hope it favours us through another year.’