Fun fact to anyone who manages to recognize the meaning of "aureoles" (or who reads comments often): Aureoles are "circles of light or brightness surrounding something, usually to represent an object or person as holy." The little "Resonance" spots in Dark Souls / Remastered where small rings of light showing where players use miracles online (i.e. If a player uses a miracle in their world, other players connected to the same network will see a resonance marker in the area where you cast that miracle, therefor boosting the miracle power of their own). Those "Aureoles" mentioned in the lore are Resonance, meaning that canonically, any character/player who survived from DS1 to DS3 might remember the days when miracles shared power between worlds. Don't know if this should be referenced as trivia, but I thought it was neat that From remembered and referenced their own mechanic. It means that literally every living being could see the glowing circle floating in thin air out of nowhere, which makes the cut-scene from Sens Fortress to Anor Londo make more sense.