Sunday, January 2, 2011

Balsamic Moon phase - Sagittarius v/c tonight

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

29th Day of the 13th Lunar Cycle
Ruled by Hecate
Lunar Tree Cycle of Ruis/Elder
10th Day of the Celtic Tree
Month of Beith/Birch
29th Day of the Cycle of Grael -
Days of the Earth Dragons
Moon Phase: Balsamic
Moon rises: 6:16AM EST
Moon sets: 4:36PM EST
Moon in Sagittarius v/c 9:08PM EST
Ceridewn's Cycle of the Moon
Lunar Meditation: "The legacy of
wisdom you would bequeath to
your descendants.
Sun in Capricorn
Sunrise: 7:43AM EST
Sunset: 5:04PM EST
Solar Question for the Day: "Do
you appreciate the other side of
the argument?"
Samhain (Calan Gaeaf) Quarter
of the Year
January 2nd, 2011

Sun Day - the Day of Intent, Creation and Renewal..... 

A Prosperity Charm

     To ensure that money will enter the house all year around, take one silver or golden coin for each external door to the house.  The coins will almost certainly be gold or silver colored rather than actually made of the metals concerned. Then take the same number of circular pieces of paper. Wash the coin(s) carefully under running water for 10 minutes and then dry them in a new cloth or tissue. On the paper(s) draw a picture of your family and around it draw pictures to represent all the things you need (not want) money for. Remember to includes rent, taxes, light, heat, food, transport, pets. etc. Wrap each coin in one of the papers and if you are able, bury one just outside the threshold of each door. While you are burying the coin(s) say, "I call upon the Old Gods to help us make the most of opportunities to bring money into this house. May those who live here ever have enough for their needs and commitments. Give each of us the true rewards of our work and may our family be happy and secure in this home. Blessed Be."  While you are doing this, visualize members of the family with coins in their pockets entering the home. If it is not possible to actually bury them, then slip them down a crack at the base of the door, or just under the carpet on the inside. It is important that everyone who enters the house, and all post, must over the coins.
[From Kate West's "The Real Witches' Year"]

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