"I'm one with the Goddess
and open to Her Wisdom."
13th Day of the 12th Lunar Cycle
Ruled by Gaia
Lunar Tree Cycle of Ngetal/Reed
22nd Day of the Celtic Tree
Month of Ngetal/Reed
14th Day of the Cycle of Shamas
- Days of the Witch Gods
Moon Phase: waxing Gibbous
Moon sets: 4:05AM EST
Moon rises: 3:00PM EST
Moon in the Cardinal Fire
Sign of Aries
Rhiannon's Cycle of the Moon
Lunar Meditation: Your kinship
with the stars.
Sun in Scorpio
Sunrise: 7:08AM EST
Sunset: 5:01PM EST
Solar Question for the Day: ""What
obstacles need to be cleared away
from your life?"
Samhain (Calan Gaeaf) Quarter
of the Year
November 18th, 2010
It is Thor's Day - Jupiter Day, the Day of Vision, Spiritual Insight and Expansion. We are looking at a relatively quiet day magickally speaking - there are lunar changes to speak of, the moon is still in Aries Fire sign, the moon is in the Gibbous phase but it is waxing towards the Full Moon, and there are no Major or minor magickal energies to take note of today. One of those quiet, gray November days. A good catch-up day. Have you considered what your Full Moon rite will be like - it will be the moon sign of Taurus - a Fixed Earth sign.
Here are a few astrological events to note that I read in Elsa P.'s Newsletter (http://www.elsaelsa.com/) ... It is worth subscribing to her weekly newsletter to get a glimpse of what is coming up for the week astrologically.
"Venus and Jupiter turn direct today. If you feel your love and luck and money have been backed up or stuck in a holding patten, this should help.
I could see this kicking off some holiday shopping which is not a bad idea. Mercury goes retrograde, December 10th, so shopping early for Christmas is advised, especially for Mercury-ruled things like phones and iPads and the like.
On other fronts, Mars is tightly conjunct Mercury in Sagittarius all week so people will be blurting things left and right. The situation is exasperated by the hard aspect to Jupiter and Uranus making it very easy to say too much to too many. "
Since we experiencing a 'catch-up' day I though post some video links about this new soap box
subject of mine. Johnthan Bloom apparently did a segement on the CBS Early Morning Show the other day but the video that was made about has not yet been posted on the Internet.... but here is a link that will take you to a You Tube series of three videos that are well worth watching, particularly before we start our kitchens with food for the upcoming Thanksgiving feasts and the holiday celebrations. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dVsPCQNRHZo
And while you may not want to consider this other alternative to retrieving wasted food, watch it and see what the others are doing: