I am not into predictions or mediumship; yet when something comes my way, with a certain degree of insistence, I tend to listen and pay attention.
This is what happened yesterday.
As I was resting in bed, a date hovered above me. It was a strange sensation. Something had been dropped, if you will.
I didn’t know what October 14th stood for and, to my surprise, I realized it is the day when Columbus’s arrival into the New World is celebrated this year. I was truly flabbergasted because I clearly remember Columbus Day 2018, which took place on October 8th.
Does that mean Columbus Day, in the United States that is, is a flexible day? Not quite. It simply falls on the second Monday in October.
Interestingly, the state of Virginia also celebrates on the same day what it calls “Yorktown Victory Day,” commemorating the surrender of British general Cornwallis at Yorktown in October of 1781 and, therefore, the victory of the French and American troops—a surrender that signified the end of the Revolutionary War.
Is that it?
No, of course.
As I was writing to a young woman in Colombia that we are sponsoring through a children’s organization, I noticed that her birthday falls on … October 14th! But of course.
To add to this mysterious message, I also realized this morning that Thanksgiving Day in Canada falls on October 14th.
And to (almost) break the camel’s back, the piece of news I read this morning again mentioned the adjournment of the British parliament for five long weeks. And guess when this suspension is going to end: October 14th.
That’s a lot of pointers for a single day in our lives, dear Ones, especially when those pointers coalesce in less than 24 hours.
What do you think?
Will October 14th be the day when we will see and experience the ‘penetrating light,’ as this beautiful picture illustrates?
A picture that erupted into my awareness within that same 24-hour period.