Monday, March 14, 2011

Moon Day - waxing Half Moon in Cancer

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

11th Day of the 3rd Lunar Cycle
Ruled Hera
Lunar Tree Cycle of Nion/Ash
25th Day of the Celtic Tree
Month of Nion/Ash
11th Day of the Cycle of Raven -
Days of Air
Moon Phase: waxing Half Moon
Moon sets: 3:56AM EDST
Moon rises: 1:42PM EDST
Moon in the Cardinal Water
Sign of Cancer
Rhiannon's Cycle of the Moon
Lunar Meditation: The itinerary
of your spiritual quest.
Sun in Pisces
Sunrise: 7:34AM EDST
Sunset: 7:24PM EDST
Solar Question for the Day: "What
enslaves you and how can you
be free?"
Imbolc (Gwyl Mair) Quarter
of the Year
March 14th, 2011

Moon Day - the Day of Remembering and Feeling....Impression Day -- there are Major magickal energies today for rites/spells for Dream Homes, Fertility, and Planting.

Mother Earth Water Walk

    The Mother Earth Water Walk began in the spring of 2003, when a group of Ojibwe women and their supporters walked all the way around Lake Superior, calling attention to pollution of the fresh water of the Great Lakes. Josephine Mandamin, an elder and grandmother leading the walks, said: "Our water is not for sale! The Great Lakes are precious and sacred to our being, as water is one of the basic elements needed for all life to exist."
   Each year the Waterwalkers have continued to walk around another of the Great Lakes - Lake Michigan, Lake Huron, Lake Ontario, Lake Erie - until in 2008 they completed the circumnaviation of all five lakes. Ho Waterwalkers!
    Mandimin says, "The walk was for the next generations. They will know, Mother Earth knows, that we walked with the water for all creation."
[From "We'Moon 2011, page 61]


cargillwitch said...

I was so very thrilled to meet the Waterwalkers when the travelled around Lake Huron. I work at a Native Cultural Centre and we provided meals and assistance to the grandmothers who gave up so much personally to be part of something they felt compelled to be part of. Gchi-Miigwetch for posting!

Sobeit said...

I envy you having the opportunity of meeting these wonderful women. Thank you for providing nourishment for them in their quest.