Our ancient ones used the sunrise and sunset as to tell what time of day it was but now we have clocks and a calendar. However time seems to speed up when you are busy and slow down when you are relaxing. Or is that just my thoughts? Some days pass quickly too while others seem to go on for ever but overall I feel that time is going faster. This year of 2020 has gone by far too fast for my liking yet some days seem to go by very slowly. Of course in the spirit world time has no meaning at all and I sometimes wonder which world I am living in. The other thing I find difficult is the calendar of 12 months when we have 13 full moons each year. It would be so much simpler to have 13 months too, each one the same length. In the 1500s or maybe the 1600s the first day of the year was in April which gives family historians a lot of problems when working with parish registers and then it was changed so the first day of the year moved to 1st January. So things can be changed.
I have always been fascinated with numbers and did a lot of numerology at one time but now I just think about numbers in a different way. I do notice the numbers that seem special like 11, 22 33 and other numbers which are special to me like 9 and 5. Yesterday I was thinking about the length of time we have had restrictions applied to our lives because of the pandemic and it seemed to be around 8 months. That made me think about pregnancy and new birth. Will something happen when we reach the 9 months of restrictions, something that brings great change?
My inner sensing feels that this could just be. We as a human race, need something to happen to change our world to a much better one. I have noticed more earthquakes and some really dire weather around the world. Is this a message from Mother Earth? Earthquakes often occur around the Full Moon as I have noticed. Are them more connections with the passage of the moon?
November is the 11th month of the year so maybe this month will bring great changes of some kind. Of course you can play with numbers for hours making them into something that gives you support for your ideas but numbers are fascinating and I know many who use them every day in their planning.