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Postby Carprimulgidae » Tue Feb 19, 2008 10:48 pm

Full moon 21st and eclipes should be in the early hours from about 03:00 on if your up :lol:

weather forecast is not good with cloud on the way, after days of clear skies so we may just miss it.
I will be out to try and catch it :) :D
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Postby Taz » Wed Feb 20, 2008 9:10 am

:D
Looking forward to this, let's hope that the skies clear for a while - any one up for some weather magick :lol: ?!
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Postby Leanne » Wed Feb 20, 2008 12:06 pm

if you miss it looks like you might be able to see it here....

http://forum.skyatnightmagazine.com/tm.asp?m=59803
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Postby Carprimulgidae » Wed Feb 20, 2008 7:18 pm

Hi Leanne
just looking up the garden and it's getting misty but can see it high surrounded in mist. off to higher ground later for a good veiw so hope the mist isnt up there too :o

thanks for the link will look at it later

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Postby Sujee » Wed Feb 20, 2008 8:29 pm

Misty here too...
Was thinking of staying up for it but am a very tired little witch today so will probably drop off on teh sofa whilst waiting. Could prop eyes open I guess - :shock:

Went on a one day Past Life Regression workshop - my first time - and it was rather interesting, some food for thought this evening that's for sure.

If any of you are staying up, have a super time watching the eclipse. xx
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Postby Firecracker » Wed Feb 20, 2008 8:35 pm

I am working tomorrow so will be up for work at 5.30 so am 3am I will be snuggled up in bed!

It is fairly cloudy here too, I would hate to stay up that late and not be able to see anything!

Happy moon gazing to anyone staying up tonight!
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Postby cornmother » Thu Feb 21, 2008 2:39 pm

As we all came out of college late last night after our iMedia classes, we looked up, and there was a circular break in the clouds - showing the full moon in all her glory, and not one of us had a camera with us. A fine lot of digital photographers we were! By the time I got home, the cloud cover had come down again :cry: Moral: never go anywhere without a camera.
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Postby iWitch » Thu Feb 21, 2008 7:24 pm

It was too cloudy and foggy in my next of the woods; so I saw nothing. :(
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Postby Felicity » Tue Feb 26, 2008 9:29 am

On the subject of full moons, can anyone come up with a list of the full moon names used by Kit in 'Stonewylde?' I know these differ from a lot of the other lists out there.

I've got: July: Hay Moon, October: Harvest Moon and December: Frost Moon.
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Postby Firecracker » Tue Feb 26, 2008 3:24 pm

I have a calendar with them all at home. If no one has come up with them by the time Dan is in bed tonight I will let you know them all then :D
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Postby Beantighe » Tue Feb 26, 2008 4:14 pm

Hiya honey, I've got 8 of them here, from the Stonewylde cards: (at least I think they refer to Full Moons, not sure...........)

Samhain - Crow Moon
Yule - Mistletoe Moon
Imbolc - Crescent Moon
Ostara - Hare Moon
Beltane - Green Man Moon
Litha - Oak Leaf Moon
Lammas - Ear of Corn Moon
Mabon - Acorn Moon

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Postby Firecracker » Tue Feb 26, 2008 7:22 pm

This is what my calender says

Jan - Cold Moon
Feb - Quickening Moon
Mar - Storm Moon
Apr - Wind Moon
May - Flower Moon
June - Strong Sun Moon
July - Blessing Moon
Aug - Corn Moon
Sep - Harvest Moon
Oct - Blood Moon
Nov - Mourning Moon
Dec - Long Nights Moon

I got these from my Lewllyn's witches calendar for 2008, not too sure how accurate they are. I don't see a frost moon and i thought there was :?
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Postby iWitch » Wed Feb 27, 2008 12:58 am

January ~ Wolf Moon
February ~ Storm Moon
March ~ Chaste Moon
April ~ Seed Moon
May ~ Hare Moon
June ~ Honey Moon
July ~ Mead Moon
August ~ Wort Moon
September ~ Barley Moon
October ~ Blood Moon
November ~ Snow Moon
December ~ Oak Moon
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Postby iWitch » Wed Feb 27, 2008 1:07 am

Firecracker wrote:I got these from my Lewllyn's witches calendar for 2008, not too sure how accurate they are. I don't see a frost moon and i thought there was :?


The Lewellyn calendar is produced and published in the United States of America. The moon names incorporate those of the people native to those lands, hence names will differ from those found in the UK.

The frost moon to which you refer is often aligned with the month of November.

A resource for discerning some of the names can be found here, another here and yet another one here.
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