This will be a day of rest and integration so we are not going to be online.
We will be connected as land the energy we have built together.
It is the Dia de Los Muerto.
Día de Los Muerto celebrations hold similarities to Samhain. Both honour the dead and invite Ancestors to join us at the table to celebrate. Dia de Los Muerto, The Day of the Dead is a Mexican holiday celebrated throughout Mexico, in particular the Central and South regions, and by people of Mexican heritage around the world. This year it is Monday November 2nd.
Altars are created to remember the dead and there is prayer and remembrance of friends and family members who have died.
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