Moons Of The Coligny Calender

Samnios, Seed Fall

Native American name: Hunter's Moon, Trading Moon

Full moon date: October/November (April/May in the southern hemisphere)

Ritual: Making an end to what is not fruitful, drawing up realistic plans for the coming year

Dumannios, the Coming ofDeep Darkness

Native American name: First Snows or Frost on the Grass Moon

Full moon date: November/December (May/June in the southern hemisphere)

Ritual: Bringing light into the darkness, seeking inner as well as outer illumination and inspiration

Riuros, the Time of the Long Coldness

Native American name: When Wolves Huddle Close Moon

Full moon date: December/January (June/July in the southern hemisphere)

Ritual: Material security, the home and family

Angantios, Staying or Home

Native American name: Gnawing on Bones Moon

Full moon date: January/February (July/August in the southern hemisphere)

Ritual: Acceptance of life as it is, seeking joy in what one has, not fretting for what one has not

Ogronios, the Time ofShining Ice

Native American name: When the Geese First Lay Moon

Full moon date: February/March (August/September in the southern hemisphere)

Ritual: The stirring of new hope and trust, releasing potential that has been frozen

Curios, the Time ofthe Winds

Native American name: Purification or Eagle Moon

Full moon date: March/April (September/October in the southern hemisphere) Ritual: Change, clearing away stagnation and inertia

Glamonios, Growing Green Shoots

Native American name: Frog or Blossom Moon

Full moon date: April/May (October/November in the southern hemisphere) Ritual: New horizons and opportunities, fertility

Simiuisonnos, Bright Time or the Time of Dancing

Native American name: Flowering or Full Leaf Moon

Full moon date: May/June (November/December in the southern hemisphere)

Ritual: Joy, permanent relationships, maximising opportunities

Equos, the Time of the Horse

Native American name: Strawberry Moon When the Buffalo Are Calling Full moon date: June/July (December/January in the southern hemisphere)

Ritual: Travel, moves of all kinds, house or career expansion Elembiuos, Claim Time

Native American name: Ripe Corn Moon, Moon When the Young Geese Take Wing Full moon date: July/August (January/February in the southern hemisphere) Ritual: Justice, promotion, recognition and financial gain Edrinios, the Time of Arbitration

Native American name: Harvest Moon, Dark Butterfly Moon

Full moon date: August/September (February/March in the southern hemisphere)

Ritual: Reaping what has been sown, abundance, assessing life and resources with a view to shedding what cannot be used

Fundamentals of Magick

Fundamentals of Magick

Magick is the art and practice of moving natural energies to effect needed or wanted change. Magick is natural, there is absolutely nothing supernatural about it. What is taught here are various techniques of magick for beginners. Magick is natural and simple and the techniques to develop abilities should be simple and natural as well. What is taught on this site is not only the basics of magick, but the basics of many things.

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