Sunday, October 11, 2009

Last Quarter Moon

"I'm one with the Goddess
and open to Her Wisdom."

24th Day of the 9th Lunar Cycle
Ruled by Medusa
Lunar Tree Cycle ~ Muin/Vine
Moon Phase: Last Quarter - 4:55AM EDST
Moon rises: 12:14AM EDST
Moon sets: 2:59PM EDST
Moon in Cancer v/c 9:36PM EDST
Ceridwen's Cycle of the Moon
Lunar Meditation: The relief
of problem's dissolution.
Sun in Libra
Sunrise: 7:26AM EDST
Sunset: 6:47PM EDST
Solar Question for the Day: "What
sorrow is unexpressed within you?"
Lughnasadh (Gwyl Awst) Quarter
of the Year
October 11th, 2009

    The last quarter moon - the final winding down of this lunar cycle - keywords for the last quarter are: realignment, revision, integration, and cleansing.  It is a the time in a cycle to take closing action, to follow-up and complete the activities begun at the New phase. During this phase you become aware of what is and is not working with respect to the achievement of your goal for the cycle. The movement is towrd integration. Open to your success. MANIFEST YOUR GOAL. Be responsible. 

    In the Seasons of the Witch datebook today carries minor magickal energies for doing rites and spells to banish sickness/addiction... Use this last quarter (fourth quarter of the lunar phase) for banishing and driving things away like negative thoughts and energies, and to remove things like bad habits.

Banishment Chants:

Nine Sisters Chant

   To be recited nine times over a wound, tumor, or infection three times a day for twenty-one days (or less should the wound close quickly). This Anglo-Saxon leechbook chant can also be used repetitively to remove evil from the home as the household is sprinkled with holy water and censed with a burning banishment herb, such as sage.

Nine were Noththe's sisters.
Then the nine became eight
 and the eight became seven
and the seven became six
and the six became five
and the five became four
and the four became three
and the three became two
and the two became one
and the one became none.

   Follow by drawing the equal-armed cross in the air and saying "it is so."
[From: Silver Ravenwolf's "Book of Shadows for the Solitary Witch"]

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