It’s an interesting thing.
All the energy that is expelled out into the atmosphere on New Year’s Eve, with all the whooping and hollering. All the jumping around and kissing and hugging…
The spirits calm down for a day or two.
They’ll be back to normal by the end of the week, but the reduction in activity is marked. The energy in the air is palpably different for a few days.
The weather we were supposed to have here never arrived either, and that reminded me of how the energies of the newly dead seem to influence weather patterns.
Few years back, we had one of the worst years for hurricanes. And then Pope John Paul II died. The next year, and for at least one more year, we had almost nothing for hurricanes the entire season.
Then the US Military found and killed Osama Bin Laden. And we had hurricanes Irene and Sandy.