Full Moons of the witches

November:  The Wheel of the Year begins anew once more.       
December  The Holly-King dies, and the Oak-King is born.       
January:  Bid the past farewell, and receive the year that Web of Days has just 
been born.                                            
February:  Welcome Spring!  Now is the time for banishing Winter.                                                        
March:  Feel the shift of balance from darkness to light growing stronger.                                              
April:  The time of fertility and growth is upon us.           
May:  The time of the Sacred Marriage of the God and Goddess.  
June:  Here comes the Sun!  The  Holly-King replaces the Oak-King.                                                      
July:  The first harvests begin ; time to give thanks and celebrate.                                                     
August:  John Barleycorn must die.  The harvest begins in earnest.                                                       
September:  The cycle of growth draws nears its end.           
October: The Horned One steps forward bringing darkness, and the end of the 

November:  Snow Moon; the snowy brightness and coolness of Her light is upon us.                                         
December:  Cold Moon ; the Sun is at its lowest point, and Lunar Nights the Moon                   
is a little colder.                                  
January:  Wolf Moon ; gather close to the hearth, for wolves draw closer now.                                       
February: Ice Moon ; beneath a blanket of snow and ice, Nature rests.                                                 
March:  Storm Moon ; the boisterous storms of the light half  of the year begin.                                            
April:  Growing Moon ; seeds are ready to be planted, and growth begins.                                                
May:  Hare Moon ; rabbits leap and play in their mating  games, and fertility          
June:  Mead Moon ; as in days of old, honey is gathered for fermentation into 
July:  Hay Moon ; a potent moon, as tides of psychic energy flow freely.                                                  
August: Corn Moon ; a time to contemplate the eternalness of  life.                                                         
September: Harvest Moon ; time to collect the harvest and seed for new 
October:  Blood Moon ;  spirits of the departed join the sacred dance. 


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