Sunday, November 21, 2010

Full Moon in Taurus, barely

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

16th Day of the 12th Lunar Cycle
Ruled by Gaia
Lunar Tree Cycle of Ngetal/Reed
25th Day of the Celtic Tree Month
of Ngetal/Reed
17th Day of the Cycle of Shamas
- Days of the Witch Gods
Moon Phase: Full - 12:27PM EST
Moon sets: 7:13AM EST
Moon rises: 4:47PM EST
Moon in Taurus v/c 12:27PM EST
Moon enters the Mutable Air
Sign of Gemini at 1:46PM EST
Rhianon's Cycle of the Moon
Lunar Meditation: The treasures
of Winter
Sun Scorpio
Sunrise: 7:12AM EST
Sunset: 4:59PM EST
Solar Question for the Day: "What
do you appreciate most about
being human?"
Samhain (Calan Gaeaf) Quarter
of the Year
November 21st, 2010

Full Moon - The Full Moon rises at sunset and sets at sunrise (take a look at the times above).  Astrologically the Sun and Moon are in opposition (i.e., opposite each other in the sky and in opposite signs of the zodiac). She is visible all night long, from moonrise to moonset.  She opens and blossoms during the Full Moon into the FLOWER, with the desire to share her beauty with others. Those who are born in a Full Moon phase enjoy companionship and partnership and have the desire to merge deeply. Fulfillment and illumination are their goals.  Keywords for the Full Moon are: fulfillment, illumination, realization, and experience. It is the time in a cycle that you are given a clear view so that you can make
adjustments to put you back on track to manifesting the goals you set at the New phase.  Go to a public place. Do something with a friend. LISTEN. Receive awareness. Understand others.

"This is the second of five Full Moons occurring at 29 degrees of their sign. In other words, they come right at the end of the sign." From:

    Full Moon in Taurus (Scorpio Sun) - a sensuous, grounded full moon ritual should be done outside, if possible and close to the earth, as it is a time of great sensitivity.  Bring flowers to your circle.

Seed Moon
"Witch Gods' Moon,
my manifest come with good speed
and save me from myself I plead
in these pursuits I will succeed."
[From "Seasons of the Witch Datebook 2010]

   It seems that this is a blue moon but not in the concept of being the second Full Moon in the same month.  Read the following article and see how the christian calendar can complicate things which
in the Goddess's plans works out quite smoothly.

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