Category Shamanic teachings

June Full Strawberry Moon in Capricorn

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Look, up in the sky, it’s Supermoon!

June 23rd, 2013 6:33:38 AM 02° 10′ Capricorn

Mead Moon, Rose Moon, Flower Moon, Strawberry Moon, also as the first full moon after the summer solstice it is known as the Thunder Moon or Hay Moon.
For the Chinese, it is the Lotus Moon. The Celts called it the Moon of Horses, Pagans call it the Planting Moon.

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Mythology of the Inca and Maya by Janelle Price

Contents of Curriculum Unit 06.04.08:

To Guide Entry

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INCA COSMOVISION

INCA COSMOVISION GLOSSARY by

Giorgio Piacenza

 Joan Santa Cruz Pachacuti Salcamaygua’s XVI Century “Ideogram” of aspects of Quechua-Inca Cosmology and Cosmovision

A Brief Inca-Andean-Quechua “Cosmovision” Glossary
By
Giorgio Piacenza Cabrera
          The following emergent, semi-formal and semi-alphabetically listed glossary reflects my progressing understanding of Quechua terms stemming from a partly lost but also still ongoing Quechua-Andean-Inca “cosmovision.” From many sources of knowledge, oftentimes not in exact agreement with each other, I have tried to condense my own version. It’s intended to flow without a strict, specific order.
          More important than exactly defining concepts to the satisfaction a typical Western analytical mind, the less cul...
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Inca Shamanic Healing

The Inca Shaman’s approaches to the healing of land and buildings

The importance of balance or harmonious relationships
At the heart of the Inca Shaman’s approach to healing land and buildings is the concept of Ayni, which roughly translated from Q’uechua (the ancient language of the Inca) means something like “balance” or “harmonious relationship”. The shaman understands that the energies which exist everywhere can only flow properly when there is Ayni. When a place (or a person) is out of balance with itself and its surroundings, there is likely to be a problem. For example, households may encounter much conflict or a property may not sell...

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Ac Tah, a Maya’s vision for Peace

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Full Moon Names

Historically, the Native Americans who lived in the area that is now the northern and eastern United States kept track of the seasons by giving distinctive names to the recurring full Moons.

Each full Moon name was applied to the entire month in which it occurred. These names, and some variations, were used by the Algonquin tribes from New England to Lake Superior.

Link on the names below for yourmonthly Full Moon Guide!

Month Name Description
January Full Wolf Moon This full Moon appeared when wolves howled in hunger outside the villages. It is also known as the Old Moon. To some Native American tribes, this was the Snow Moon, but most applied that name to the next full Moon, in February.
February Full Snow Moon Usually the heaviest snows fall in February...
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More Moon Magick

Month Type of Moon Ritual to:
January  Wolf Moon  Protect

 

February  Moon of Winter Storms  Binding 
March  Moon of Chastity  Bring Romantic Love 
April  Moon of Blessing seeds  Bless Seeds 
May  Hare Moon  Fertility (corny but true)

 

June  Moon of Two  Bring Romantic Love 
July  Mead Moon  Healing 
August  Moon of Green Plants  Increasing Finances 
September  Barley Moon  Friendship 
October  Blood Moon  Departed brethren 
November  Oak Moon  Banishing 
December  Moon Of Snow  Happiness 
Variable Blue Moon Goals and Bright Futur

 

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Moon Correspondents

 

The Moon governs – The feminine cycles, birth, fertility & menstruation, mothers & children, nurturing, healing, generation, inspiration, poetry, emotions, intuition, psychic ability, secrets, deception, awareness, insight, prophetic dreams, travel (especially by water), the sea and tides, rain, weaving, agriculture & gardening.

Day: Monday
Element: Water
Magickal Tool: The Chalice
Tarot Suit: Cups (Hearts)
Zodiac Sign: Cancer
Season: Fall
Numbers/Numerology: 3 or 9
Kabalistic Sphere: 9 Yesod
Trees: Willow, sandalwood

Colors: Silver, white, transparent & iridescent colors
Waxing – white or silver
Full – red or green
Waning – grey or black

Stones: Moonstone, pearl, quartz crystals, aquamarine, selenite, beryl

Animals: Bat, horse, owl, panther, rabbit, beaver, cat, chameleon, clam, cow, cr...

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The Black Moon — Variable

The Black Moon — Variable

A Black Moon occurs when there are two dark cycles of the moon in any given month. It is believed that the second dark moon is the time of greatest power within the spiritual world and any magick worked during this time is particularly powerful.

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Moons and MagicK

Magick and Lunar Phases

The phases of the moon are said to have a definite influence on your magickal purpose, so that it is important to choose the proper type of magick in relationship to that phase. Basically magick can be broken down into two distinct categories, drawing and banishing. During the waxing moon, we generally concentrate on drawing what we want towards us. During the waning moon, we should work towards banishing whatever it is that we want to get rid of.

For instance, if someone becomes ill during the waxing moon, work to draw health to that person rather than banishing the illness. And say, for example, that the situation calls for a money spell during the time of the waning moon, work towards banishing poverty instead of drawing money towards you...

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