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Moon Magick for Full and Eclipsed Phase


Full Moon in Penumbral Lunar Eclipse, Oct. 16th, 2017

During this moon you can perform rituals to infuse your magical items gathered or made

  • Herbal Mixtures
  • Incense recipes for future use
  • Amulets and talismans
  • Magical Oil recipes
  • Potions – Several to re-stock my supplies for 2012
  • Water collected in recent rainfall
  • Any item you have prepared for future use can be blessed

When planning for special moon events you can replenish your stores to have the items you need readily available. Most important is the timing, it makes a difference in the strength of your magick, so your tools or creations are made more potent.

See spellwork links to guide you in the rituals you are interested in for Moon influence.

Full moon magick is a powerful time of rites, you will feel the pull of the moon in your body. Living items like your herbs will have drawn their essence into the plant above ground in response to this same pull. The ocean is influenced by the moon, so are our bodies and the bodies of all living things, and the Earth herself.

That is particularly why moon phases are used to do different kinds of magick. The waxing and waning Moon triggers an earthly change in all things so we can use this timing to our advantage.

Roots are stronger when the moon is set as their essence resides most deeply in the earth at this time. Flowering and leafy plants draw the moisture of their essence into the upper plant as the moon influence increases with its rise. Again, the same as the tides of the ocean are stronger and weaker due to the influence of the moon. The seasons when the moon is closer to the earth are not what affects earth temperatures, learn more about that and you will know when the best time is to plant or harvest.

Nature is an amazing enigma, but as we learn more about how it affects us individually, and use that knowledge, we gain a power over the things we want.


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