In the next few weeks (months, years), I’ll be exploring a blog on how to interpret your dreams.
This is Imbolc, also called Oimelc, Imbolg, and the Feast of St. Brigid. As the lambs are born you now have milk, and from the milk comes butter and cheese.
The Algonquin tribes called this first full moon of winter The Wolf Moon due to the packs of wolves which howled outside their villages during the freezing cold
Native Americans named the moons to track the passage of time. The Full Cold Moon, or “tsothohrha” (time of cold), comes from the Mohawk tribe.
Our ancestors lived in a world where the sun and moon phases were their clocks, their rhythms, and their guides to the seasons. In the spring, they planted. During the summer and fall, they harvested. As the days became darker and the last bits of harvest were collected, our ancestors gathered wood and hunted, and…
November’s moon is called the Full Beaver moon. The beaver is settling down, not for hibernation, but storing food for a long winter within their lodges.
Samhain is the final spoke in the Wheel of the Year, the beginning of Winter, and a time when the veil thins and our ancestors are present.
The Hunter’s blue moon peeks over the mountain to the East. Her light fills the sky. The huntress with her bow moves slowly, silently, as she prepares.
The shape of my tattoo had appeared in Susan’s photo and she was every color of the rainbow. This has allowed me to believe in the Afterlife and brings me hope.
Tonight we welcome the full moon, the Harvest Moon, the moon closest to the autumn Equinox. The moon will rise along the eastern horizon just after sunset, bringing extra light to the sky, traditionally allowing farmers extra time to harvest their crops as the weather began to turn cold. October brings us a rare…