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Lunabar Moon Almanack for Friday, July 10, 2009

Post  TipsyCad147 on Fri Jul 10, 2009 3:17 am

Lunabar Moon Almanack for Friday, July 10, 2009

Waning, Full Moon Age: 18 ¼ days.
Moon Void of Course.
2° in the Constellation, and 29° in
the Sign of h Aquarius, the Waterman.
Midheaven: 3:21 morn. Sets: 8:51 morn. Rises: 10:24 eve.

Moon Moon, Mother Moon - Waning Full Moon

Waning Moon, the period between the Full Moon and the New Moon. This is a time for banishing and rejecting things in our lives that we no longer wish to carry around with us.

Waning Moon Magick: From three-and-a-half to ten-and-a-half days after the full moon. From the Full Moon to the New is a time for study, meditation,and magic designed to banish harmful energies and habits, for ridding oneself of addictions, illness or negativity.

Full Moon Magick: From fourteen to seventeen-and-a-half days after the new moon. Prime time for rituals for prophecy. From seven to fourteen days after the New Moon.
Full Moon energy is used banishing unwanted influences in your life, protection magick, and divination.

Full Moon magick can be conjured for seven days: the three days prior to the Full Moon, the night of the Full Moon itself, and three days after the Full Moon.
Full Moon energy is used banishing unwanted influences in your life, protection magick, and divination.
Full Moon magick can be conjured for seven days: the three days prior to the Full Moon, the night of the Full Moon itself, and three days after the Full Moon.

Goddess Month of Rosea runs from 6/13 - 7/10
Month of Kerea runs from 7/11 - 8/8
Our next Sabbat is: Lammas - August 2, 2009


July Facts
Traditional Birthstone: Ruby
Mystical Birthstone: Ruby
Ayurvedic Birthstone: Ruby
Flower: Pink Larkspur
Chinese Floral Emblem: Lotus
Sun Signs: Cancer / Leo)0(

Upcoming Holidays
For Northern and Southern Hemispheres
August 01 - August 2: Lammas/Lughnasadh: Northern Hemisphere - Candlemas/Imbolc: Southern Hemisphere
September 22 : Mabon/Autumnal Equinox: Northern Hemisphere - Ostara:Southern Hemisphere
October 31 : Samhain: Northern Hemisphere - Beltane: Southern Hemisphere
December 21: Winter Solstice/Yule: Northern Hemisphere - Summer Solstice: Southern Hemisphere
Feb 2: Candlemas: Northern Hemisphere - Lammas: Southern Hemisphere
March Ostara: Northern Hemisphere - Mabon: Southern Hemisphere
May 1: Beltane: Northern Hemisphere - Samhain: Southern Hemisphere


The Seasons, 2009

The year is divided into four seasons;
The first season is of a frigid complexion, and this is Winter;
The second is of the complexion of Air, and this is Spring;
Then follows the third, which is Summer,
and is of the complexion of Fire;
Lastly, there is the fourth,
wherein fruits are matured, which is Autumn.
- The Turba Philosophorum, ca. 12 century.

Vernal Equinox (Spring begins) March 20th at 6:44 morning.
Sun enters the sign of ^ Aries.

Summer Solstice (Summer begins) June 21st at 12:45 morning.
Sun enters the sign of a Moonchild.

Autumnal Equinox (Fall begins) September 22nd at 4:22 evening.
Sun enters the sign of d Libra.

Winter Solstice (Winter begins) December 21st at 12:47 evening.
Sun enters the sign of g Capricorn.

The NEW MOON always rises at sunrise
And the FIRST QUARTER at noon.
The FULL MOON always rises at sunset
And the LAST QUARTER at midnight.
~The New Orleans Mistic

Lunar Lore with GrannyMoon

Moon Moon, Mother Moon
And from embattled clouds emerging slow,
Cynthia came riding on her silver car.
- Beattie, "Minstrel.")0(
...
It is a sign of fair weather,
if the full moon rise clear.
- Encyc. of Superstitions, Folklore & Occult Sciences of the World

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