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Monday, June 22, 2009

Dark Oval Rings

I woke up a few times in the wee small hours last night and saw several dark oval rings like elongated halos floating near the ceiling. They were like after-images, but the room was quite dark and the ovals were even darker again. They sort of flashed around as I blinked and were gone in the morning.

8 comments:

Renee said...

I'm liking it.

xoxoxo

jewell said...

wonder if they were the after math of spiritial beings?

Wendy said...

Yes, Renee, I quite liked it too because even though they were dark they didn't scare me (I am often such a woose and spook quite easily).

Wendy said...

I am still confused as to what they were, Jewell. I haven't had time to do any research to see if I can find similar experiences and nothing has happened since to explain it any further.

Hibiscus Moon said...

what do you think they were?

Wendy said...

Well, HM - at first I thought they were the crazed imaginings of a sleep deprived mind. So I blinked a few times, but they were still there and were moving. It was probably the blinking that gave them the 'after-image' feel - that and they seemed to have an inverted kind if radiance so they sort of 'glowed' but blackness rather than light.

They seemed to be some kind of energy and there were several of them. They moved fairly slowly, but not lethargically, and they were of different sizes and intensity.

They didn't "feel" bad, but then again they didn't feel specifically good, either.

I don't usually experience stuff upstairs in my house, which is where my bedroom is and where I saw these dark oval rings, but just exactly what they were I have no idea.

Rob-bear said...

Yule, like other Celtic celebrations, brings us to a "thin space" -- where the divide between this world and the other is "thin." (Hallowe'en/Samahein is another such time.)

Some new energy in your life, perhaps?

Wendy said...

Hmmm, yes, Rob, interesting. We usually only think of Samhain as the time when the veil between the worlds is at its thinnest, although I saw a reference just recently to the Beltaine, being opposing sabbats on the wheel of the year, but where Samhain attracts darker spirits, Beltaine allowed interaction with imps, fairies and the likes.

That said, I don't actually know *why* this is the case, as it is usually just presented without explanation as part of what this sabbat is about. I am very intrigued to explore this further.