The LLC Rosary of Five Mysteries/Five Solar Seasons by ArchMatrona Georgia

From https://deamatronablog.wordpress.com/rosary-ostara-cycle/

 

Dawn over St Oswalds

Season of mist: Dawn breaks over the 14th century St Oswald’s Parish Church in Ashbourne, Derbyshire, as the rising sun heralds the beginning of March. Its 212 ft spire was referred to by George Eliot as the ‘finest single spire in England’. My mothers family came from this county. Sorella Sophia of the Janite Tradition.

The Ostara Cycle

The SIGNET (any image of the Divine Feminine)

O’ Light

O, First Light of Dawn

O, Mid-Day Light of High Noon

O, Last Twilight of Sunset

O, Midnight Star of Wonder

O, Shining Darkness before the Dawn

We thank The for Thine Eternal Light

The 1st LARGE BEAD

The Silver Star

Silver Star of the Waters

that have laughed all the world into being,

Beyond all knowing is the splendor of your light.

Enfold my spirit in Your mighty hand

that the pure stream of Your force may flow within me

in fhis world, and in all the worlds to come.

The Triad-Three Small Beads

The Triple Eternity Prayer*

Bead 01

Eternal is the Light of Dea Madria

Bead 02

Eternal is the Love of Dea Matria

Bead 03

Eternal is the Life of Dea Matrona

And Glorious is the Eternity of Dea

The 2nd LARGE BEAD

The Silver Star

Silver Star of the Waters

that have laughed all the world into being,

Beyond all knowing is the splendor of your light.

Enfold my spirit in Your mighty hand

that the pure stream of Your force may flow within me

in fhis world, and in all the worlds to come.

The MEDAL (Centerpiece)

Oh Dea

Oh Dea, Dove of Peace

Oh Dea, Rose of Joy

Oh Dea, Apple of Faith

Oh Dea, Star of Hope

Oh Dea, Fora of Love

We thank You, we bless You and we adore You.

The 1st Decade-Ten Small Beads

The Spring Mysteries

High & Mighty, Easter-Dove, May-Flower

Bead 01

Oh Kyria Tethys, Holy Grace, Fountain of Compassion, Love and Mercy, be with us

Bead 02

Oh Kyria Tethys, Holy Grace, Fountain of Compassion, Love and Mercy, be with us

Bead 03

Oh Kyria Tethys, Holy Grace, Fountain of Compassion, Love and Mercy, be with us

Bead 04

Oh Kyria Tethys, Holy Grace, Fountain of Compassion, Love and Mercy, be with us

Bead 05

Oh Kyria Tethys, Holy Grace, Fountain of Compassion, Love and Mercy, be with us

Bead 06

Oh Kyria Tethys, Holy Grace, Fountain of Compassion, Love and Mercy, be with us

Bead 07

Oh Kyria Tethys, Holy Grace, Fountain of Compassion, Love and Mercy, be with us

Bead 08

Oh Kyria Tethys, Holy Grace, Fountain of Compassion, Love and Mercy, be with us

Bead 09

Oh Kyria Tethys, Holy Grace, Fountain of Compassion, Love and Mercy, be with us

Bead 10

Oh Kyria Tethys, Holy Grace, Guardian of the East and Water, be with us

The 3rd LARGE BEAD

The Silver Star

Silver Star of the Waters

that have laughed all the world into being,

Beyond all knowing is the splendor of your light.

Enfold my spirit in Your mighty hand

that the pure stream of Your force may flow within me

in fhis world, and in all the worlds to come.

The 2nd Decade -Ten Small Beads

The Summer Mysteries

Merry Weather, Fire Rose, Bountiful Mother

Bead 01

Oh Kyria Nike, Holy Victory, Flame of Courage, Bravery, and Strength, be with us

Bead 02

Oh Kyria Nike, Holy Victory, Flame of Courage, Bravery, and Strength, be with us

Bead 03

Oh Kyria Nike, Holy Victory, Flame of Courage, Bravery, and Strength, be with us

Bead 04

Oh Kyria Nike, Holy Victory, Flame of Courage, Bravery, and Strength, be with us

Bead 05

Oh Kyria Nike, Holy Victory, Flame of Courage, Bravery, and Strength, be with us

Bead 06

Oh Kyria Nike, Holy Victory, Flame of Courage, Bravery, and Strength, be with us

Bead 07

Oh Kyria Nike, Holy Victory, Flame of Courage, Bravery, and Strength, be with us

Bead 08

Oh Kyria Nike, Holy Victory, Flame of Courage, Bravery, and Strength, be with us

Bead 09

Oh Kyria Nike, Holy Victory, Flame of Courage, Bravery, and Strength, be with us

Bead 10

Oh Kyria Nike, Holy Victory, Guardian of the South and Fire, be with us

The 4th LARGE BEAD

The Silver Star

Silver Star of the Waters

that have laughed all the world into being,

Beyond all knowing is the splendor of your light.

Enfold my spirit in Your mighty hand

that the pure stream of Your force may flow within me

in fhis world, and in all the worlds to come.

The 3rd Decade-Ten Small Beads)

The Autumn Mysteries:

Thread Spinner, Harvest Apple, Blue Skies

Bead 01

Oh Kyria Themis, Holy Justice, Foundation of Law, Order, and Harmony, be with us

Bead 02

Oh Kyria Themis, Holy Justice, Foundation of Law, Order, and Harmony, be with us

Bead 03

Oh Kyria Themis, Holy Justice, Foundation of Law, Order, and Harmony, be with us

Bead 04

Oh Kyria Themis, Holy Justice, Foundation of Law, Order, and Harmony, be with us

Bead 05

Oh Kyria Themis, Holy Justice e, Foundation of Law, Order, and Harmony, be with us

Bead 06

Oh Kyria Themis, Holy Justice, Foundation of Law, Order, and Harmony, be with us

Bead 07

Oh Kyria Themis, Holy Justice, Foundation of Law, Order, and Harmony, be with us

Bead 08

Oh Kyria Themis, Holy Justice, Foundation of Law, Order, and Harmony, be with us

Bead 09

Oh Kyria Themis, Holy Justice, Foundation of Law, Order, and Harmony, be with us

Bead 10

Oh Kyria Themis, Holy Justice, Guardian of the West and Earth, be with us

The 5th LARGE BEAD

The Silver Star

Silver Star of the Waters

that have laughed all the world into being,

Beyond all knowing is the splendor of your light.

Enfold my spirit in Your mighty hand

that the pure stream of Your force may flow within me

in fhis world, and in all the worlds to come.

The 4th Decade-Ten Small Beads

The Winter Mysteries

River Journey, Guiding Star, Hearth & Home

Bead 01

Oh Kyria Metis, Holy Wisdom, Messenger of Intelligence, Intuition, and Creativity, be with us

Bead 02

Oh Kyria Metis, Holy Wisdom, Messenger of Intelligence, Intuition, and Creativity, be with us

Bead 03

Oh Kyria Metis, Holy Wisdom, Messenger of Intelligence, Intuition, and Creativity, be with us

Bead 04

Oh Kyria Metis, Holy Wisdom, Messenger of Intelligence, Intuition, and Creativity, be with us

Bead 05

Oh Kyria Metis, Holy Wisdom, Messenger of Intelligence, Intuition, and Creativity, be with us

Bead 06

Oh Kyria Metis, Holy Wisdom, Messenger of Intelligence, Intuition, and Creativity, be with us

Bead 07

Oh Kyria Metis, Holy Wisdom, Messenger of Intelligence, Intuition, and Creativity, be with us

Bead 08

Oh Kyria Metis, Holy Wisdom, Messenger of Intelligence, Intuition, and Creativity, be with us

Bead 09

Oh Kyria Metis,, Holy Wisdom, Messenger of Intelligence, Intuition, and Creativity, be with us

Bead 10

Oh Kyria Metis,, Holy Wisdom, Guardian of the North and Air, be with us

The 6th LARGE BEAD

The Silver Star

Silver Star of the Waters

that have laughed all the world into being,

Beyond all knowing is the splendor of your light.

Enfold my spirit in Your mighty hand

that the pure stream of Your force may flow within me

in fhis world, and in all the worlds to come.

The 5th Decade-Ten Small Beads

The Quintessence Mysteries

Great Song

Bead 01

Oh Kyria Thea, Holy Vision, Lamp of Illumination, Generosity, and Benevolence, be with us

Bead 02

Oh Kyria Thea, Holy Vision, Lamp of Illumination, Generosity, and Benevolence, be with us

Bead 03

Oh Kyria Thea, Holy Vision, Lamp of Illumination, Generosity, and Benevolence, be with us

Bead 04

Oh Kyria Phoebe, Holy Clarity, Brightness of Reflection, Reason, and Understanding, be with us

Bead 05

Oh Kyria Phoebe, Holy Clarity, Brightness of Reflection, Reason, and Understanding, be with us

Bead 06

Oh Kyria Phoebe, Holy Clarity, Brightness of Reflection, Reason, and Understanding, be with us

Bead 07

Oh Kyria Rhea, Holy Patience, Reservoir of Steadfastness, Discipline, and Self-restraint, be with us

Bead 08

Oh Kyria Rhea, Holy Patience, Reservoir of Steadfastness, Discipline, and Self-restraint, be with us

Bead 09

Oh Kyria Rhea, Holy Patience, Reservoir of Steadfastness, Discipline, and Self-restraint, be with us

Bead 10

Oh Kyria Thea, Holy Vision, Kyria Phoebe, Holy Clarity, Kyria Rhea, Holy Patience, Guardians of the Center and Spirit, be with us

The MEDAL (Centerpiece)

Oh Dea

Oh Dea, Dove of Peace

Oh Dea, Rose of Joy

Oh Dea, Apple of Faith

Oh Dea, Star of Hope

Oh Dea, Fora of Love

We thank You, we bless You and we adore You.

The 2nd LARGE BEAD

The Silver Star

Silver Star of the Waters

that have laughed all the world into being,

Beyond all knowing is the splendor of your light.

Enfold my spirit in Your mighty hand

that the pure stream of Your force may flow within me

in fhis world, and in all the worlds to come.

The Triad-Three Small Beads

The Triple O’ Dea

Bead 01

Eternal is the Light of Dea Madria

Bead 02

Eternal is the Love Dea Matria

Bead 03

Eternal is the Life of Dea Matrona

And Glorious is the Eternity of Dea

The 1st LARGE BEAD

The Silver Star

Silver Star of the Waters

that have laughed all the world into being,

Beyond all knowing is the splendor of your light.

Enfold my spirit in Your mighty hand

that the pure stream of Your force may flow within me

in fhis world, and in all the worlds to come.

The SIGNET (any image of the Divine Feminine)

O’ Light

O, First Light of Dawn

O, Mid-Day Light of High Noon

O, Last Twilight of Sunset

O, Midnight Star of Wonder

O, Shining Darkness before the Dawn

We thank The for Thine Eternal Light

 

Kind regards,
ArchMatrona Georgia Rosenhearth Bonnie-Fire

About the Lucienne Deanic Tradition (an independent Deanic Tradition):

https://deamatronablog.wordpress.com/ click on About

and https://deamatronablog.wordpress.com/2016/10/28/the-lucienne-deanic-tradition/

 

Spring, a Season of the Holy Daughter (Vernal Equinox / 20 March)

From https://deanic.com/2017/03/23/the-sacred-season-of-spring/

 

Quite joyfully, it is the Sacred Season of Spring, the Season of the Holy Daughter as the Great Dove of the Waters.

While some Traditions honor the Celestial Mother as the Great Dove of the Waters, in the Janite Tradition, this title is applied to the Holy Daughter as She is closely associated with East and Water, a feminine Element.

One of  the two ‘Faces/Powers/Forms’ of the Holy Daughter is Madria Grace, Whose feast day is 5 Columbina/March 25.  Madria Grace is the Guardian of East and Water. She is also the Mistress of healing, which we associate with water (sacred wells, etc.). Holy Water, water that has been especially blessed, also conveys, transmits and permeates through-out all that it touches, the Divine Energies of Grace.  And so it is that through Her Face/Form of Madria Grace, the Holy Daughter is very closely associated with the Sacred Element of Water.

(A side-note to priestesses and deaconesses: A reminder that the color of the Element of Water is blue and so blue is the Elemental color of Spring. The colors of the robes of Madria Grace are pink and green. So, it follows that our altar cloths are blue while our veils, shawls/sashes are green/pink. For those who wear the Sacred Symbol pendant of the Season, it is, of course, the Dove.)

As is traditional, we face East when we serve our liturgies and rites. It is indicated in both our liturgy and in our scriptures that when we stand before our own altar on  Earth, we are standing before the Presence the Holy Daughter at the Heavenly altar.

We have come before Your Earthly altar within Ekklesia, in union with the Great Janati Who stand before Your Celestial Altar in Heaven. (The Great Liturgy, Janite edition.)

And She entered the Great Temple of Heaven, where the Seven Janati were gathered at the Sacrifice, even as the Children of Dea were gathered upon the Earth.

And She stood at the Great Altar and took up a wheaten loaf and spoke, saying: (The Great Liturgy, and verses 16 and 17 of The Mythos of the Divine Maid (Kora),  Janite editions.

For we know that as we stand before this altar within Ekklesia, we stand, at once, before Your Celestial Altar, which is both in Heaven and in every place where Your children come together in Your Name. (The Great Liturgy, Janite edition and the Rite of Sacrifice).

When I first entered the Deanic world, it took me a long time to get used to the Cardinal directional/Elemental system that we received from the Madrians. But now, I would never consider using any other system, whether Eastern or Western. The system we inherited from our fore-sisters is perfect for our Faith, for the Mysteries, for the Times, for the Seasons… it is ultimate perfection in every way and a great Blessing for all Deanic devotees.

 

I slowly came to understand that Water is the most appropriate Element for East and Spring because it renews and replenishes all life, just as Spring brings forth a great renewal and replenishing of manifest Creation.

Water, when blessed, becomes a carrier of the information, intent and energies of grace. It becomes holy water which cleanses our souls and renews our spirits.  Not only does it purify us from within, but it also washes impurities from our bodies. And so, Water cleans and rejuvenates us on both the inside and the out.

This integral interconnection of Water with the Sacred Season of Spring is reflected in the dewdrop on a newly budded flower. It’s luminosity shines within the grace-filled waters of Lustration, Baptism and Mikvah. It refracts the Seven into rainbow-hued facets of the One Diamond of Dea.

It is through Water that Life is born. It is through Water that Life is renewed. It is through Water that life is resurrected.

Water is associated with priestesshood. Where the Element of Water embodies intuition, spiritual cleansing, spiritual purity, primordial emotion, grace, psychic sensitivity and the attuning of the subconsciousness, all of which are embedded in the priestesshood, it may be considered the Second Primary Element of the Priestesshood after Spirit.

The Great Dove of the Waters.

We have now seen how the Holy Daughter is intimately associated with the Element of Water. How is She the Great Dove?

We must remember that in the ancient world, the dove was always the symbol of the goddess. To those of the time of Jesus, the dove symbol of the Holy Spirit would have readily been recognized as a Feminine symbol. (See this great article: http://ancestorsandarchetypes.weebly.com/dove-goddess.html).

And more and more, many Christians have come to realize what the ancient Syrian Christians believed and taught: the Holy Spirit is Feminine.

We read in Genesis (the origins of which predates Judaism) And the Spirit of God was hovering over the surface of the waters. The Spirit of God was the Feminine Holy Spirit Whose symbol is the Dove.

Sophia is often said to appeared in the form of a White Dove. 1)

There are many Christians who believe that Sophia and the Holy Spirit are One. 2)

The Dove is the primary Symbol of the Holy Daughter, Who, in Janite Tradition, is image-based upon the Divine Sophia. The Holy Daughter, She Who is the Daughter of Light, She Who is the Daughter of Wisdom, is the Three-fold Dove: the Great Dove of the Waters, the Dove of the Sacrifice and the Dove of Peace. (The Dove of Sacrifice is from our liturgy.)

The Holy Daughter, Water, East, Dove, Madria Grace, Dawn and Spring, all are both mystically and symbolically intertwined to weave the whole Mystery that is the Resurrection of All Life. For not only does She share Her Soul with us, but She gathers the Divine Sparks within us and carries them back to Her Mother, where we may drink from the Waters of the Eternal Spring.

ArchMadria Pamela Lanides

  1. Barcelona 2004, Edges of Experience, Memory and Emergence, edited by Lyn Cowan, Daimon, 2006
  2. Heracleon and Ptolemy tell us that the dove symbolizes ‘Sophia, the Mother above.’
  3. https://aras.org/sites/default/files/docs/00024Birds.pdf

Travel Altars by Sorella Shoshana and ArchMadria Kathi

Information:

Many devotees, of certain religious traditions such as Orthodox Christianity, Buddhism, Hinduism and Wicca carry portable altars or shrines with them whenever they travel or take a trip or vacation. Traditional Catholics might bring along a statue of Mary and a crucifix along with their missals and rosary beads. Here are some examples:

Orthodox Christians have an home shrine called an Icon Corner. And so, some Orthodox Christians might carry a foldable Triptych such as this one from Holy Trinity Store, http://www.holytrinitystore.com/icons-diptychs-triptychs-section.html (please note, prices on Triptychs vary widely):

Orthodox Christian Icon Corner
Orthodox Christian Icon Corner

There are all kinds of beautiful Buddhist travel altars:

Buddist Travel Altar
Buddhist Travel Altar

https://www.amazon.com/Buddhist-Travel-Altar-Medicine-Buddha/dp/B00TNJSE5C

Hindu travel altars vary widely from a small tin size or a bit more elaborate:

Hindu Altar Tin

Hindu Altar Tin

Hindu Altar Box
Hindu Altar Box

Wiccan altars also vary from small tin sizes to the larger altars:

Wiccan Altar 1

Wiccan Altar 2

Sorella Shoshana:

Our own Sorella Shoshana of the Iremian Janite Order of Priestesses and Sisterhood has fashioned her own unique Deanic travel altar.

Sorella Shoshana Deanic Travel Altar 1
Sorella Shoshana Deanic Travel Altar 1
Sorella Shoshana Deanic Travel Altar 2
Sorella Shoshana Deanic Travel Altar 2

Here, Sorella Shoshana is using electric candles for the health and safety of her bird, Lyric.

I believe that boxes like these may be found in most major craft stores. They can be painted or varnished according to taste. Priestesses might add a small chalice and plate (patene’) if liturgy is to be served.

Of course, it’s nice to carry along the scriptures, too. Where I pray the rosary, I always carry my rosary beads in my purse.

Thank you, Sorella Shoshana for such an inspiring idea. Your travel altar is beautiful!

ArchMadria Pamela Lanides

Travel Altars

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ArchMadria Kathi:

In reference to our past article on travel altars, I would like to share some travel altar and Janati mandala photos sent in by ArchMadria Kathi:

Travel Altar, closed:

ArchMadria Kathi Deanic Travel Altar Closed

Travel Altar, open:

ArchMadria Kathi Deanic Travel Altar Open

Janati Mandala:

ArchMadria Kathi Deanic Janati Mandala

Thank you, ArchMadria Kathi. Truly lovely and inspiring!

ArchMadria Pamela Lanides

https://deanic.com/2017/02/26/bits-and-pieces-and-the-origin-of-our-spirits/

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I am still gathering items for my home altar.
Which I have to pack away after a ritual.
But I have been so inspired by these 2 Deanic travel altars, I could take photographs of my large crocheted altar cloths and large wooden 5 Sacred Symbols to line my travel altar box. The mirror underneath the candle is a good idea too.
Sophia Ruth

The Reasons for Deanic Head Covering

The Reasons for Deanic Head Covering

by ArchMadria Pamela Lanides

The other day, I saw a woman go to mass in skin tight yoga pants. In summer time many of these women and girls wear shorts to church. This is a church where just a few decades ago, the women wore dresses, skirts and chapels veils or hats and the men wore suits and ties.

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Dressing decently for worship showed respect for the “meeting place” between Heaven and Earth. It further showed reverence for God, the Blessed Sacrament and for the angels who were present at mass.

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Traditional Catholics still dress this way for mass. Spanish women wear their beautiful, traditional mantillas during Holy Week in Spain. Many Eastern Orthodox women wear head coverings in church, as well and, of course, Orthodox Jewish and Muslim women cover their hair. True modesty and dignity of dress need never be frumpy and unattractive.

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Who, having been invited to an important dinner function where dignitaries would be present, would wear yoga pants, jeans or shorts to the function? No-one. We would wear our very best. Why do we no longer wear our very best for God? Lately, it seems that more Christian women, coming from different denominations, are recognizing this problem and are beginning to look at veiling for church in a new light.

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It is amazing how many neo-Pagans and Wiccans are drawn to veiling during their Esbats, Sabbats and other sacred rites. It seems that it is especially those devotees of goddesses who are usually depicted as being veiled, such as Hecate and Hestia, that feel called to do so. It is an holy and altogether intensely feminine custom and people do it for differing reasons.

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As Deanic women, we take pride in dressing both in a feminine manner and with basic modesty in our daily wear. This does not mean we must wear skirts to our ankles and sleeves down to our elbows (although there is nothing wrong with that), nor do we feel the need to completely cover our hair, but we dress with common decency and with respect for both ourselves and for others.

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Some of our members ‘cover’, that is, they wear a head covering when out in public. There are many different reasons for doing so and we support them in their choice. Many of them, as they place their scarf or hat on their heads will consciously ask Our Lady to place them beneath Her Great Mantle of Protection. The scarf or hat then becomes symbolic of Our Lady’s Mantle.  (By the way, the idea of Our Lady’s Mantle of Protection originated with the Catholic Church.)

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A majority of our members do not ‘cover’ in this manner, but we do veil during our sacred rites. Many will immediately say to me, well, what about men? Customs do not always have to be the same for men as for women. I grew up during a time when it was considered rude, inconsiderate and extremely bad manners for a male to wear a hat indoors. Now, they do, even in restaurants which boggles my mind. That is something that I will never get used to. But, some men might feel drawn to wear a men’s religious head covering during religious rites and that is fine. Baseball and other sports types of hats are not appropriate for religious rites.

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Recently, in addition to wearing my mantilla chapel veil during liturgy and during the prayer times of Aurora, Noontide and Evensong, I have begun wearing my veil during my rosary. For me, it is symbolic of a ‘time set apart’ for prayer and for being in the immediate Presence of Dea and the Janya. Wearing a veil during formal prayer makes me feel sheltered,  focused and it lends an air of sacredness to my time of communing with Dea.

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Veiling during formal prayer might not be for everyone. But, for those who feel called or drawn, it is a very special custom. It is a sacred and holy custom. It lends self-dignity and shows respect to our Deity and in its own way, it helps to create ‘sacred space’.  Additionally, as Deanic women, we should be mindful of our status as representatives of Dea on Earth and so we should dress with dignity, self-respect and basic modesty.

https://matronite.com/2015/11/18/veiling-during-formal-prayer-and-the-dignity-of-women/

The Moons of Moura 1st Moura/20th February – 28th Moura/March 19th 2017

The Moons of Moura
1st Moura/20th February
– 28th Moura/March 19th 2017

Dark Moon

Dark Moon

Moura:

February 26th: Dark Moon. (For the Great Mother).

March 3rd: (5 days after the Dark Moon): Crescent Moon. (For the Holy Daughter).

March 12th: Fora Moon. (For the Celestial Mother).

http://www.calendar-uk.co.uk/lunar-calendar/february/2017/
http://www.calendar-uk.co.uk/lunar-calendar/march/2017/

The Moons of Brighid 1st Brighid / 23rd January 2017 – 28th Brighid / February 19th 2017

The Moons of Brighid

1st Brighid / 23rd January 2017 –

28th Brighid / February 19th 2017

Brigid by tattereddreams
Brigid by tattereddreams

Brighid:

Jan 27th : Dark Moon. (For the Great Mother).

Feb 1st: (4 days after the Dark Moon): Crescent Moon. (For the Holy Daughter).

Feb 11th: Bright Moon. (For the Celestial Mother).

http://www.calendar-uk.co.uk/lunar-calendar/january/2017/

http://www.calendar-uk.co.uk/lunar-calendar/february/2017/

The Moons of Hestia 1st Hestia / 26th December 2016 – 28th Hestia / January 22nd 2017

The Moons of Hestia

1st Hestia / 26th December 2016 –

28th Hestia / January 22nd 2017

moon-above-a-candle-lit-home
Full moon over candle lit home

Hestia:

Jan 1st: (4 days after the Dark Moon): Crescent Moon. (For the Holy Daughter).

Jan 12th: Hearth Moon. (For the Celestial Mother).

Jan 27th / 5th Brighde: Dark Moon. (For the Great Mother).

http://www.calendar-uk.co.uk/lunar-calendar/january/2017/

The Moons of Astrea 1st Astrea / 28th November – 28th Astrea / December 25th 2016

The Moons of Astrea 1st Astrea / 28th November – 28th Astrea / December 25th 2016

 

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Astrea:

Dec 3rd: (4 days after the Dark Moon): Crescent Moon. (For the Holy Daughter).

Dec 14th: Star Maiden Moon. (For the Celestial Mother).

Dec 28th / 3rd Hestia: Dark Moon. (For the Great Mother).

http://www.calendar-uk.co.uk/lunar-calendar/december/2016/

The Moons of Samhain 1st Samhain / 31st October – 28th Samhain / November 27th 2016

The Moons of Samhain 1st Samhain / 31st October – 28th Ourania / November 27th 2016

skull-moonlight

Samhain:

Nov 3rd: (4 days after the Dark Moon): Crescent Moon. (For the Holy Daughter).

Nov 14th: Ancestor Moon. (For the Celestial Mother).

Nov 29th / 2nd Astrea: Dark Moon. (For the Great Mother).

http://www.calendar-uk.co.uk/lunar-calendar/november/2016/