Full Moon in Taurus, Nov. 2, 2009 c.e.
See this chart for a list of Moon Names from various cultural and religious traditions.
Here are some informational links:
- Starweaver's Full Moon Magic
- Full Moon in Taurus from Astrology.About.com
- Full Moon in Taurus from CaliforniaPsychics.com
And listen to this: Wytches Chant by Inkubus Sukkubus. This is a haunting rendition of the traditional Goddess chant, appropriate since She's at Her strongest at this time.
Last thought for today, something I didn't realize before but that also makes perfect sense; at the Full Moon, its sign is always opposite to that of the Sun's. Not only is this astronomically logical, it is spiritually symbolic, the God and Goddess embodying opposing (though not necessarily antagonistic) forces. This
Full Moon seems especially poignant, since we just passed Samhain - the Goddess is at Her peak while the God has reached His very depths. Something to think about for Esbats this months.
Corn Crafts at the Museum this weekend
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