It's a very special day, as May Day has not been the Sunday after Easter since 1859, and will not be again until 2095. This is exceeding unusual, and further interesting to me since my Gregory of Nazianzus lifetime was involved with the setting of the Easter date calculation at the First Council of Nicaea in 325.
May Day is enthusiastically celebrated around the world for many causes, including spring fertility, the nearness of the spirit world (second only to Halloween), worker's rights, and St. Walpurga, who has been credited with being the first published female author in both England and Germany.
Please enjoy your May Day festivities, and when you get time you may visit my new website at www.ReturnOfHildegard.com, for which I'll be sending the following emails so you may thus cut and paste to assist in spreading the word:
Subject: Announcing the Return of Hildegard of Bingen
Dear Friends of the Heart of the Future of All Humankind,
It is time for more of the past and future to be known as it lives in this present destined moment.
Here, now, as you read this message, the greater Universe that calls the Earth Home would like you to know, that one more little piece of the greatest puzzle before us All Now is fitting and ready to shine. Perhaps you have heard of the visionary German abbess Hildegard of Bingen, who so dearly longed to see this precious planet healed and reunited from her perspective in the 12th century. The year of opportunity called 2012 is fast approaching now, and Hildegard is back and working with reincarnation expert Dr. Walter Semkiw to rejoin the soul communities who have returned to help the Children of Gaia become One in the immortal wisdom and love of that most beautiful place, long foretold, called Heaven on Earth.
For fans of reincarnation and soulmates reuniting, spiritual evolution, inspirational arts, and all those curious things that would have us know more the loving living God, please enjoy our new website at http://www.ReturnOfHildegard.com
Many blessings to you and yours,
Hildegard, Vladimir, Gregory, and Carl
Hildegard of Bingen
Gregory of Nazianzus
Carl Johann Schroeder