October: The Hunter’s Moon

October: The Hunter’s Moon

Tomorrow is the Full Moon–the Hunter’s Moon in many traditions, at 9:45 AM, PDT October: Hunter’s Moon In preparation for the winter, for the introspective time of the year, we seek to clean out the old, to clear away the

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September: The Harvest Moon

September: The Harvest Moon

Today’s the Full Moon, and in most traditions, it’s known as The Harvest Moon. September: Harvest Moon September, with Mabon, brings our Harvest and Thanksgiving festival. We have worked hard through the season of growth and now enter a period

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August: Corn Moon

August: Corn Moon

Sunday is the Corn Moon–the zenith was at 4:56 AM PDT. August: Corn Moon As Lughnasadh, the harvest of grain and corn, arrives we begin to think about the coming autumn and winter. During August, we focus on tying up

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July: The Vine Moon

July: The Vine Moon

Friday, the full moon will be at it’s zenith at 1:20 PM PDT. In some traditions, it’s known as the Vine Moon. July: Vine Moon July arrives with lazy days and leaves with the sense that summer, while still around

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June: The Faerie Moon

June: The Faerie Moon

Tomorrow’s the Full moon, at 9:53 PM. In some traditions, it’s known as the Faerie Moon. June: Faerie Moon June. Faerie Magic and foxglove. Seashells and weddings. This month let us turn to the oceans, lakes and streams for our

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May: The Flower Moon

May: The Flower Moon

Today’s full moon was at 7:20 AM, but you have all day to do your magick! In some traditions, it’s known as the Flower Moon. May: Flower Moon May is a wonderful time in which to enjoy life. This month,

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April: The Wind Moon

April: The Wind Moon

The Full Moon is on Sunday, at 5:58 PM PDT. In many traditions, it’s known as the Wind Moon. April: Wind Moon The Wind Moon of April is a good time to let the fresh breezes blow through to remove

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