Friday, June 2, 2023
Welcome to the Full Strawberry or Rose in Sagittarius on June 4 at 3,41, UTC. In some time zones full moon will be seen on June 3 (www.timeanddate.com)
Thursday, May 4, 2023
Welcome to the Full Flower Moon in Scorpio on May 5 at 17.34 ,as it was named by the Ojibwe people of the Great Lakes and the Algonquin nations. To the Cree people it signifies the Leaf Budding Moon and Planting Moon among the Lakota. It is the time in the Northern hemisphere when the flowers and trees are blossoming. (see www.moongiant.com/moonphases/may/2023 for precise full moon times in your location).
Happy Beltane or Beltaine, the beginning of summer in the Northern hemisphere and Samhain or Summer’s End in the Southern world
Sunday, April 30, 2023
In many magical and seasonal calendars, the twin festivals are celebrated from April 30 sunset till May 2 sunset, as mirror images and two halves of the same whole.
Tuesday, April 4, 2023
on April 6 at 4.34 am UTC (see https://www.timeanddate.com/moon/phases/ for the full moon rise in your location) as the sun passes through Aries.
Monday, March 20, 2023
Welcome to the Spring Equinox in the Northern hemisphere, March 20 beginning at 21.24 UTC, whose energies can be experienced also in the days following. It is at the precise same moment the Autumn or Fall Equinox in the Southern hemisphere. For both the point of equal day and night, the time of balance, the moment radiating calm, acceptance and waiting, pausing while the world its draws cosmic breath and maybe for the first time in ages looking around and realising what we most want we already have.
Sunday, March 5, 2023
Welcome to the Full moon in Virgo on March 7 at 12.40 UTC (see Moon Phases 2023 – Lunar Calendar for UTC, Time Zone (timeanddate.com)
Sunday, February 5, 2023
Welcome to the Full Snow Moon in Leo on February 5 at 18,28 UTC (see Moon Phases 2023 – Lunar Calendar for UTC, Time Zone (timeanddate.com for the times in your region).
Monday, January 30, 2023
Welcome to Imbolc, the festival of the first awakening of the earth and signs of new life after the winter. According to old traditions the Celtic goddess Brigid melted the winter snows with her willow wand. Also called Oimelc because the first ewe’s milk was available to the community, the festival is still in some communities and families celebrated from the Eve of January 31 through St Brigid’s day on February 1 to sunset on February 2, now recalled in the Christianised festival of the returning light.
Friday, January 6, 2023
Happy first full moon of 2023 January 6th, visible from the late afternoon in the UK and northern hemisphere and it will at its best around 11pm.
Tuesday, December 6, 2022
Happy Full Moon in Gemini on December 8 UTC at 04.08. the day before in some lands. It is called in Native North American tradition, Full Cold Moon or Long Nights’ Moon. As the last full moon before Winter Equinox, the Celts considered this a Mourning or Loss Moon, when the year and sun were dying.
Monday, November 7, 2022
Happy Full Beaver moon in Taurus on November 8 at 11.02 UTC (see www.timeanddate.com for moonrise times in your region), There will be a full lunar eclipse. seen in North America, most of South America, Australia, Asia and parts of northern and eastern Europe. Even those who cannot see the full eclipse, the energies are ever-present. Time to shed what is no longer wanted as the moon darkens in the sky, with the extinguishing of a purple candle; lighting a silver or white one as the moon returns, naming all we seek to draw into our lives and can offer to others.
Welcome to the approaching Time of the Ancestors, celebrated in both northern and southern hemispheres as Halloween
Saturday, October 29, 2022
Welcome to the approaching Time of the Ancestors, celebrated in both northern and southern hemispheres as Halloween, on October 31. Our ancestors would have recognized these times. when increasing numbers of children in so-called affluent countries go to school hungry and to bed cold, where previously honest mothers steal basic food items from grocery stores and millions flee with their children or shelter as best they can in war-torn lands.
Tuesday, October 4, 2022
Happy Full moon in Aries on October 9 at 21.55 (see www.timeandate.com for the time and day in your region )
Wednesday, September 21, 2022
Welcome to the September Equinox on September 23, the point of equal day and equal night throughout the world at 01. 04 UTC. A transition between light and darker days and nights.
Friday, September 9, 2022
Happy Harvest Moon in Pisces on September 10 at 09.58 UTC (check www.timeanddate,com for moonrise and precise day in your own region)
Thursday, August 11, 2022
Welcome to the Sturgeon moon in Aquarius on August 12, August 11 in some parts of the world, at 01.35 UTC ( see Moon Phases 2022 – Lunar Calendar for UTC, Time Zone (timeanddate.com for the moon rise in your region).
Saturday, July 30, 2022
Happy Lughnassadh, the first harvest in the Northern hemisphere, often celebrated between July 31 at sunset and August 2 sunset. It is mirrored in the southern world at the same time by the festival Imbolc, the first stirrings of new life as the land awakes after winter.
Wednesday, July 13, 2022
Happy July' 13 full moon in Capricorn, the Buck Moon, reaching its peak at 18:38 UTC on Wednesday. It will also appear bright and full from July 12 to July 14, because for the third month in a row, the full moon rises as a supermoon when the moon is at its closest point to the Earth (see http://www. date and time.com for moon rise in your region).
Monday, June 20, 2022
on June 21 09.13 UTC (Universal Coordinated Time) The Mirror Solstices are impetus to reach out in hope in a troubled world as the sun reaches full height in Northern climes and at the same time as the sun is reborn in the Southern hemisphere.
Monday, June 13, 2022
Tuesday, June 14 at 11.51, the second supermoon of 2022 moving close to the earth