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Moon Magick

Mystic Awareness, Spiritual Light, Let me see with Inner Sight~As My Magick takes to Flight

Why do we worship the Moon? Is it the beauty, the magick, our moods? This group is for those who are drawn to the Moon in all her phases.

 

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The Moon and Her Magick

The lunar phase is important in determining the best time for magic. There are basically two lunar phases: waxing moon (ideal time for positive magic) and waning moon (ideal time for banishing/negative magic, study, and meditation). In between you'll have the dark moon (the time of greatest power for banishing and negative magic) and the full moon (the time of greatest power for positive magic). Most witches and pagans work around these lunar phases. However, others, suggest a much more complicated subdivision of the moon phases.

WAXING MOON

Time: From New Moon to Full Moon (Approx 14 days)
Crescent - The moon rises at mid-morning and sets after sunset.
First Quarter - Sunset is the prime time for waxing moon magic.
Gibbous - It's a wonderful time for working around 10:00 to 11:00 p.m.
Goddess Aspect: Maiden.
Associated Goddesses: Artemis, Branwen, Eriu, Nymph, and Epona.
Magickal Attributes: INVOKING Beginnings, New projects, Ideas, Ispirations, Energy, Vitality, Freedom.
General w orkings on this day are for: "Constructive" magic, (love, wealth, success, courage, friendship, luck or health.)
Crescent Moon - animals, business, change, emotions, matriarchal strength.
Gibbous Moon - courage, elemental magic, friends, luck, motivation.

FULL MOON

Time: Approx 14 days after New Moon (Energy lasts from 3 days before Full Moon to 3 days after actual Full Moon) Midnight is the best hour to work the magic.
Goddess Aspect: Mother.
Associated Goddesses: Danu, Cerridwen, Gaia, Aphrodite, and Isis.
Magickal Attributes: FRUITION Manifesting goals, Nurturing, Passion, Healing, Strength, Power.
Workings on this day are for: Protection, Divination, "Extra Power", Job hunting, healing serious conditions. Also love, knowledge, legal undertakings, money and dreams, artistic endeavors, beauty, health, and fitness, change and decisions, children, competition, dreams, families, health and healing, knowledge, legal undertakings, love and romance, money, motivation, psychism, self-improvement.

WANING MOON

Time: From Full Moon to Dark Moon (Approx 14 days)
Disseminating Moon - Timing: The time of souls is at 3:00 a.m.
Last Quarter - The moon rises at midnight and sets at noon.
Goddess Aspect: Crone
Associated Goddesses: Callieach, Banshee, Hecate, Kali, Morrigan.
Magickal Attributes: BANISHING Releasing the Old, Removing Unwanted Negative Energies, Wisdom, Psychic Abilities, Scrying, Reversing Circumstances.
General workings on this day are for: Banishing Magic, ridding onelsef of addictions, illness or negativity, physical and psychic cleanisings.
Disseminating Moon - addictions, decisions, divorce, emotions, stress, protection.
Last Quarter - addictions. divorce, health and healing (banishing disease), stress, protection
Time: From Dark Moon to Waxing Moon (depends).
New moon - The magic should be performed between dawn and sunset for the best use of this magic.
Dark Moon - As odd as this may sound, the strongest pull of the dark moon is around 10:00 a.m.
Goddess Aspect: Madien
Associated Goddesses: Callieach, Banshee, Hecate, Kali, Morrigan.
Magickal Attributes: BANISHING Releasing the Old, Removing Unwanted Negative Energies, Wisdom, Psychic Abilities, Scrying, Reversing Circumstances.
NEW BEGINNINGS Weight loss, Goal setting, Planning, Cleaning, Personal Cleansing, General beginnings and considerations.
Workings on this day are for: Starting new ventures, new beginnings, love, romance, health, or job hunting.
New moon - beauty, health, and self-improvement; farms and gardens; job hunting; love and romance; networking.
Dark moon - addictions, change, divorce, enemies, justice, obstacles, quarrels, removal, separation, stopping stalkers and theft.

Lunar Eclipses
Eclipses represent the perfect union of sun and moon. Any type of magic is acceptable.
There are 2 types of lunar eclipse:
Partial eclipse
Penumbral eclipse of the moon

Blue Moon
Your geographic location can make a difference to your experience of a Blue Moon. Depending on your longitude you may go through a date change prior to other locations which means the full moon is at the first of your new month and falls at the end of the preceding month somewhere else. The "blue" one is always the 2nd full moon in the same month. The regular full moons of each month all have their own individual names as follows: Moon after Yule, Wolf Moon, Lenten Moon, Egg Moon, Milk Moon, Flower Moon, Hay Moon, Grain Moon, Fruit Moon, Harvest Moon, Hunters' Moon and Moon Before Yule.
Historically the Blue Moon was considered unlucky and a real nuisance when it occurred at various times of the year and upset scheduling of church festivals. In love songs the Blue Moon is often a symbol of sadness and loneliness.
The first appearance in print of this expression goes back to the time of Shakespeare, when some folks felt that sometimes the moon visually appeared blue in the sky. Although the expression dates all that way back, it has only recently come to mean the second Full Moon in one month. Blue Moon seems to be a truly modern piece of folklore, old folklore it is not, but real folklore it is.
Your geographic location can make a difference to your experience of a Blue Moon. Depending on your longitude you may go through a date change prior to other locations which means the full moon is at the first of your new month and falls at the end of the preceding month somewhere else. The "blue" one is always the 2nd full moon in the same month. The regular full moons of each month all have their own individual names (see below).
Historically the Blue Moon was considered unlucky and a real nuisance when it occurred at various times of the year and upset scheduling of church festivals. In love songs the Blue Moon is often a symbol of sadness and loneliness.
The first appearance in print of this expression goes back to the time of Shakespeare, when some folks felt that sometimes the moon visually appeared blue in the sky. Although the expression dates all that way back, it has only recently come to mean the second Full Moon in one month. Blue Moon seems to be a truly modern piece of folklore, old folklore it is not, but real folklore it is.
Your geographic location can make a difference to your experience of a Blue Moon. Depending on your longitude you may go through a date change prior to other locations which means the full moon is at the first of your new month and falls at the end of the preceding month somewhere else. The "blue" one is always the 2nd full moon in the same month. The regular full moons of each month all have their own individual names as follows: Moon after Yule, Wolf Moon, Lenten Moon, Egg Moon, Milk Moon, Flower Moon, Hay Moon, Grain Moon, Fruit Moon, Harvest Moon, Hunters' Moon and Moon Before Yule.
Historically the Blue Moon was considered unlucky and a real nuisance when it occurred at various times of the year and upset scheduling of church festivals. In love songs the Blue Moon is often a symbol of sadness and loneliness.
The first appearance in print of this expression goes back to the time of Shakespeare, when some folks felt that sometimes the moon visually appeared blue in the sky. Although the expression dates all that way back, it has only recently come to mean the second Full Moon in one month. Blue Moon seems to be a truly modern piece of folklore, old folklore it is not, but real folklore it is.

New moon, Dark moon.
Dark moon occurs either side of the new moon. The new moon is between the last of the waning moon and the beginning of the waxing moon. The new moon has the power of in-between, a time which is not a time, similar to midday, midnight etc. If doing a Dark Moon rite, the active part of the ritual should be a good 45 minutes out from the actual new moon as the energies can be erratic. Also the waning moon allows you to calm down and tune out.

 

Discussion Forum

RITUAL OF SELENE - JANUARY 7

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Moon cycles. by Shadiel De Lyca

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"Luna" by CocoMaroon 3 Replies

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Moon Magick Teas by Karlyn Rayne

Started by Dept of PMM Artists & things Jan 29, 2014.

The Ancient Greek Sacred Lunar Month

Started by Dept of PMM Artists & things Jan 12, 2014.

MOON ASSOCIATIONS!!! by Bre Geier

Started by Dept of PMM Artists & things Jan 11, 2014.

MOON SIGNS by BreGeier

Started by Dept of PMM Artists & things Jan 10, 2014.

Waxing Gibbous Moon Magick

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Romance Key Master Ritual

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Eclipse Meditation Ritual By: Sarolta G. DeFaltay

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Empowering your Book of Shadows: by Mike Fox

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Full Moon Releasement Ceremony by Michelle Clarke

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Aine Celtic Moon Goddess

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Lunar Folklore Myths and Legends of the Moon By Patti Wigington

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Spellcasting by the Moon

Started by Dept of PMM Artists & things Nov 16, 2013.

~Increase My Harvest, A Full Moon Spell~

Started by Dept of PMM Artists & things Nov 16, 2013.

Timing with the Moon

Started by Dept of PMM Artists & things Nov 16, 2013.

Spells for the Four Moon Phases

Started by Dept of PMM Artists & things Nov 16, 2013.

NEW MOON

Started by Dept of PMM Artists & things Nov 16, 2013.

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Comment by Dept of PMM Artists & things on April 6, 2012 at 12:27pm

Comment by Dept of PMM Artists & things on April 3, 2012 at 4:28pm

Comment by Dept of PMM Artists & things on April 3, 2012 at 4:28pm

April's full Moon heralded the appearance of the moss pink, or wild ground phlox (one of the first spring flowers). It is also known as the Sprouting Grass Moon, the Egg Moon, and the Fish Moon. Historically, Native Americans living in what is now the northern and eastern United States kept track of the seasons by giving a distinctive name to each full Moon. This name was used to refer to the entire month in which the Moon occurred. With some variations, the same Moon names were used throughout the Algonquian tribes from New England to Lake Superior.

It is also called the Pink Moon because of the wild ground phlox, one of the earliest widespread pink flowers of the spring, usually in bloom right now.

April Moons

Full Moon: April 6, 3:19 P.M.
Last Quarter: April 13, 6:50 A.M.
New Moon: April 21, 3:18 A.M.
First Quarter: April 29, 5:57 A.M.

According to folklore, if hair is cut during the Moon's waxing phase (between new and full), growth is encouraged. The opposite will occur if hair is cut during the waning phase (the day after the Moon is full to the day before it's new).

Information: The Old Farmers Almanac

Comment by miyoko canter on March 5, 2012 at 7:54pm

love the chant.

Comment by Dept of PMM Artists & things on March 5, 2012 at 4:33pm

Chant for Full Moon

Silver rays flowing, Full Moon's power growing,
Coming, going, coming, going, flowing down on me...
Coming, going, coming, going, flowing into me!
So Mote It Be.

Comment by Fae Oonagh on February 27, 2012 at 2:24am

Many Welcomes Madiline :0

Comment by Dept of PMM Artists & things on February 21, 2012 at 7:00pm

Happy New Moon in Pisces

Happy New Moon!

This New Moon occurs on Tuesday, February 21st, 2012, at 5:35 PM EST. On Tuesday afternoon, a new cycle begins. The Aquarius New Moon cycle ends and the Pisces New Moon cycle begins. The New Moon in Pisces is a good time to commit to personal goals that express the positive energies of the sign of the Fish. These include taking a leap of faith, accepting imperfections in ourselves and in others as a different kind of "perfection", starting a project that requires imagination and visualization skills, consciously putting time aside for peaceful and rejuvenating activities, and sharing a dream with another. With this potent Pisces energy, we have the chance to make important changes in our lives. This New Moon is especially creative and imaginative as it is aligned with Neptune, newly in Pisces, the sign that it rules. While we are likely to feel very inspired, and this New Moon can motivate us to take a leap of faith, we should check into reality from time to time. The New Moon's trine to Saturn helps ground us and a sense that we can turn our dreams into reality.

Comment by Dept of PMM Artists & things on February 21, 2012 at 6:52pm

Wish Spell-

You may use this only 3 times in between each new Moon. Gaze at the Moon and repeat:

"Moon moon, beautiful Moon
Brighter than any star
Goddess of light and love
Diana if it might be
Pay bring ____ unto me.
So Mote It Be"

Comment by Fae Oonagh on February 20, 2012 at 10:38am

Welcome and hello Wizanda

Comment by Dept of PMM Artists & things on February 7, 2012 at 11:10am

Winter Night’s Blessing-
Full Moon

While preparing for bed, read this blessing aloud as part of your nightly prayers:

'When the nights are dark and stormy,
And things become hard to see,
Dear God and Goddess
Help to keep the light within me glowing.
So that no matter which way the wind’s blowing,
I am on the Path I should be;
I am one of the blessed,
Who seek complete union with the Divine,
I am one of the shining ones,
Whose light continues to brighten the night.
In the name of the Lord and Lady, Blessed Be!'

As you drift to sleep, imagine that you are the candle that the Goddess has lit. Imagine your light burning bright and shining like a star in the night sky. Every night, your light grows brighter and brighter and your life becomes filled with the joy of Divine Love.

 
 
 

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