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 Month  New Moon 
 In Star Sign 
 Full Moon 
In Star Sign
Jan 2014 
1st  
Capricorn 
16th Leo
Jan 2014 
30th  Aquarius   
    
Feb 2014 
     14th Leo 
March 2014 
1st  Pisces 16th  Virgo 
March 2014 
30th 
Aries 
   
April 2014 
29th 
  
15th 
Scorpio
April 2014 
29th Taurus    
May 2014 
    14th 
Scorpio
May 2014 
28th 
 Gemini 
  
 
June 2014 
    
 13th   Capricorn 
June 2014 
27th 
Cancer 
  
  
July 2014 
    
 12th  Capricorn
July 2014 
26th 
Leo 
   
Aug 2014 
    10th 
Aquarius 
Aug 2014 
25th 
Virgo 
   
Sept 2014 
    9th 
Pisces 
Sept 2014 
24th 
Libra 
   
Oct 2014 
    8th 
Aries 
Oct 2014 
23rd 
Scorpio 
   
Nov 2014 
    6th 
Taurus 
Nov 2014 
22nd 
Sagittarius 
   
Dec 2014 
    6th 
Gemini 
Dec 2014 
22nd 
Capricorn 
   

   


UK Solstices, Equinoxes and Festivals Calender 2014

Below is a table that shows the Solstice or Equinox event of the year, also shown is the phase of the Moon at that time, and the Star Sign or Zodiac Sign the Moon will be in.

Based On Northern Hemisphere, Western Europe, GMT Time 

Equinox and Solstices Events 2014
 2014 Event 
 UK Date 
 UK Time
 Moon Phase 
 Moon Sign 
 Imbolic  Feb 3rd  
 21.55 New Moon, Waxing 
Aries 
 Vernal Equinox 
 Mar 20th 
 16.57   Full Moon Wanning 
Scorpio 
 Beltaine  May 5th 
14.56    First Quarter 
Cancer  
 Summer Solstice UK 
 June 21st 
 11.51 Last Quarter 
Aries 
Summer Solstice EU June 21st 12.51 
Last Quarter 
Aries 
 Lughnasad  Aug 7th 
15.07 
 Waxing to Full 
Capricorn 
 Autumnal Equinox 
 Sept 23rd 
 03.29 New Moon 
Virgo 
Halloween 31st Oct     First Quarter 
Aquarius 
 Samhain  Nov 7th 
11.56 
  Full Moon 
 Taurus
Winter Solstice UK 
 Dec 21st  
 11.03 New Moon 
Moving to Capricorn 
Winter Solstice EU 
Dec 22nd 
00.03 
New Moon 
Moving to Capricorn 


PUBLIC HOLIDAYS 2014
Valentines Day 
St Davids Day 
 Mothers Day (UK) 
 St Patricks Day 
 Easter Monday 
 St Georges Day 
 Feb 14th 
 March 1st 
 March 30th 
 March 17th 
 April 21st 
 23rd April 
Fathers Day 
Summer Bank Holiday 
Halloween 
St Andrews Day 
Christmas Day 
Boxing Day 
 June 15th 
 August 25th 
 Oct 31st 
Nov 30th 
 Dec 25th 
Dec 26th 
 

Names Given to the Full Moon

The Full Moon has been given different names by many peoples around the world and at each month in the year, the full moon has its own special name which resembled the culture of the peoples, and their view of the life cycle in the natural year. Below are a few examples: 

 Month  Old English 
 Native American 
 Buddhist  Other
 Jan  Old Moon 
 Wolf Moon 
 Duruthu Poya  Ice Moon 
 Feb  Wolf Moon 
 Snow Moon 
 Navam Poya  Hungar Moon 
 March  Lenten Moon 
 Worm Moon 
 Medin Poya  Chaste Moon 
 April  Egg Moon 
 Pink Moon 
 Bak Poya  Waking Moon 
 May  Milk Moon 
 Flower Moon 
 Vesak Poya 
 Corn Moon 
 June  Flower Moon 
 Strawberry Moon 
 Poson Poya  Planting Moon 
 July  Hay Moon 
 Buck Moon 
 Esala Poya  Thunder Moon 
 August  Grain Moon 
 Sturgeon Moon 
 Nikini Poya  Lightning Moon 
 Sept  Corn Moon 
 Harvest Moon 
 Binara Poya  Barley Moon 
 Oct  Harvest Moon 
 Hunters Moon 
 Vap Poya  Blood Moon 
 Nov  Hunters Moon 
 Beavers Moon 
 Il Poya  Frost Moon 
 Dec  Oak Moon 
 Cold Moon 
 Unduvap Poya  Long Nights Moon 

  


TheMoon-tarot-cardThe Moon, Water, & Emotions 

Of course the moon is known to affect the tides and through its gravitational pull. It may not be surprising then that the moon is related to water in esoteric traditions and that water is the esoteric element for emotions. Our bodies are largely comprised of water too. 

So the inference is that moon affects our emotional own tides; as our whims rise and fall. In other words our emotions and relationships are the personification of Gravitational forces. 

The Moon Tarot card represents the strange attractions that we have, our undercurrents that dictate our directions, often of course these are in contrast to our outward personas. The moon can show us what is driving us.


The Phases of The Moon 
The moon moves through a cycle of phases from the New Moon to the first quarter, full moon, last quarter and new moon again. The new moon is the end of one cycle and the start of another, the full moon is the peak of the cycle and as the peak its purpose or effect is most visible at that time. 

Phases of the moon, full moon, new moon 

Each Cycle caries the effects of the sun, its sunlight and electromagnetic force (via Moon to Earth) to have a specific effect on our emotions and how we relate to our world; our magnetic ties. In this relationship the moon also serves to provide us with a pathway to controlling the effects of what we are bound to, and what we can release from our bonds.  – Please Research Moon Rituals - One we have included below.


Moonlight 
Moonlight carries a smaller spectrum of light than the sun. Light in the visual sense includes three primary colour bands RGB, Red Green and Blue. Moonlight being reflected light, loses a range of colour and so does all reflected light. Moon light has been measured in terms of its colour wavelength, and is absence of one colour band and vastly reduced in another, making it mostly in the Blue Spectrum. 

RGB_Colour_Prime_colours 

 

In most magical and mystics circles blue is regarded as colour of spiritual communication and expression, where as the red spectrum is associated to the physical existence, and Green is associated to Earth bound Love and growth. 

The absence of the red spectrum of light allows us to attach our red spectrum to the moonlight to reform the white light, of course this can only be done if all three prime colours are formed, Red, Blue and Green and so any such working must be done with a good heart, a spiritual intention and material energy. 


 

Full Moon Purging - A Full Moon Ritual

Prior to Beginning write with zeal, passion and purpose, on paper the intention of what you want to release; addiction, attitude from your life 
To Begin cleanse your sacred area with an opening prayer, a sage smudging, and/or by burning some incense. Invite your guides, angels, masters, or teachers to be at your side throughout the ceremony. 
Point a lit smudge stick to the sky, then full the smoke to the ground at your feet and begin to circle anti clock wise with the smudge, making a spiral of smoke that starts tight and small and grows in size as it moves upwards. In this action we are creating a lifting vortex of energy to release into. The smudge stick will loosen the air around and within you. 
Light one or more candles. These will remove the light. Look to the skies. Breathe in the moon light and moon ignited night air, breath this air down to your feet and allow it to loosen all of the atoms within all of your being. 
Read out loud the words you have written on the paper. Set your intention to release the item/addiction/attitude from your life.  As you speak the words, expel the air inside you as if want you need to release is in your mouth, make your actions in tune with your command to release. Once announced, set the paper to fire, and watch the embers rise as smoke and leave. 
As you watch the smoke leave, and having felt the commitment of your action, concern yourself no more, do not re-think, do not re-consider, KNOW, that is done and the universe will now respond. The next action is to employ faith, in what you have done, and in what the universe will do. 
Thank the spirits. Be safe. Put out the fire.   


Moon Facts

Courtesy of Space.com.

  • The Moon is 4.5 billion years old.
  • The Moon always shows us the same face, even though both the earth and the moon are rotating?
  • The Moons Orbit of the Earth is 29.5 days.
  • The Moons own Rotation Cycle is 29 days (to revolve once)
  • The Moons Shape - The Moon is not sphere! It's shaped like an egg. If you go outside and look up, one of the small ends is pointing right at you. It appears round to us because of the angle we are looking at it from. Its about 20% taller than it is wide!
  • The Moon affects the ocean tides through forces of gravity. This is of course fairly well known, but the Sun also causes the tides.
  • The Moons Orbit of the Earth stabilises our planets rotation and speed, in fact some scientists have commented that without the moon pulling the earth round, our days and nights might not exist and furthermore our seasons would not be as they are, in short the stabilisation of the earth’s rotation by the moon provides us with life as we know it. 

source article: http://www.shamanscrystal.co.uk/page/moon-phases/ 

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