Manhattanhenge, otherwise known as the Manhattan Solstice, is the biannual alignment of the sun with the main streets of the famous New York city borough. As sunset approaches on Wednesday July 11 at 8:24 PM (EST) the full glory of the holy sun will glitter down the wall of skyscrapers illuminating all in it’s path. On Thursday July 12 at 8:25 PM a half sun will be seen dipping below the horizon exuding a gloriously iridescent light show for New Yorkers. This type of solar sunset alignment within hours of the witching hour of Midnight, which kicks off the greatest period of paranormal activity, promises to bring with it even more increased supernatural activity of a spiritual nature. Expect ghosts, and even poltergeists during this dangerous time.
This increased activity is due to the spiritual attraction that large man made monoliths flowing with human activity represent. This metaphysical magnetism is magnified by the solar x-rays being focused within a corridor of these monuments coupled with the history of the city itself which is littered with countless tragic deaths including murders. Such deaths are what awaken lingering spirits who have yet to cross over to the afterlife along with attracting higher dimensional psychic energies which can cause havoc, and lead even more dangerous poltergeists into various buildings. Be especially alert if you live in an apartment in any of these Manhattan Solstice buildings or work late in an office on these streets as well. Even walking or driving in the area can be hazardous particularly between Midnight, and 4 AM as the first embers of holy sun save your life, and drive away the nocturnal evils. 12:00 AM – 12:59 AM is the infamous Witching Hour, and 3:00 AM – 3:59 AM is known as the Devil’s Hour. Those two hours in particular are hot beds of supernatural activity. However anything within the four hour zone of doom offer a potential for dark forces to invade your life.
We recommend staying with a friend if you live on these streets of unsettled spirits, and avoiding all other place in the general vicinity. If you must be there then stop at a church to get blessed by a Priest, collect a vile of holy water, and say a prayer to the Omniversal God for your safety during these two nights. You may also consult your local witch for advice or pray to your Earthly Gods or Goddesses asking for protection. Also consider carrying various lucky charms such as iron horseshoes, white rabbits foot, or Leprechaun blessed gold coins. As you enjoy the sensational sunsets which are the splendors of the Lords creations keep in mind that forces of darkness lurk afoot among the shadows of the city lights.