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Cockatoo Oracle: Awaken Intuition (Gemini Moon)

Here on the PaganSquare blog, I’ll be sharing a spirit animal painting and message from my Elfin Ally Oracle Deck picked especially for the zodiac sign that Mama Moon is currently transiting. Enjoy!

Keyword: All-seeing
Meaning: Awaken to your intuition because an important message awaits you.
Reversed: Your intuition is shut down.

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Remember to BREATHE: Moon in Virgo Dec. 26-28

Mama Moon enters the efficient, chatty sign of Virgo the Virgin on Dec. 26 at 9:50 am until Dec. 28.

This may be a challenging Moon-Time to get your point across which could lead to frustration. Remember to release, release, release. With Moon trine Saturn (Ruling Planet of Capricorn) patience will be at your fingertips, but it may be a stretch to draw upon your inner mindful-ness so jus remember to BREATHE.

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The New Moon of December 6-7 (depending on time zone) falls in Sagittarius, the sign of the centaur, the archer who shoots an arrow into the future, in faith that it will land where it was aimed. A New Moon gives us an opportunity to explore the meaning of the sign it falls in, to learn more about how that sign manifests in our lives to trigger change and growth. The chart for the moment of the New Moon tells the story of the challenges and opportunities that will present themselves in the month ahead.

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Light a Candle for Luck: Moon in Libra - Dec. 1-3

Mama Moon enters the oh, so charming, warrior goddess sign of Libra on Dec. 1 at 6:49 am pst until Dec. 3 at 11:45 am.

You have the opportunity now (with Venus entering Scorpio) to ask yourself; What lessons in my life so far have I learned or NOT learned and how can I share this with the following generation?

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Welcome to Daily Moon Vibes

I believe in dreams, creativity AND inspiring my peeps to awaken intuition and joy, no matter what. As a practicing astrologer + artist for the past 26 years I’ve learned a thing or two and I’d love to share that with you!

Creative tools such as my Daily Moon Vibes, Oracle Decks and Astrology Reports will help to awaken your intuition, which is essential for navigating these often crazy times.

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Mercury Retrograde In Aries (and How to Use Tarot to Survive and Thrive)

Several years ago, I made a post here on Pagan Square about the ins and outs of Mercury Retrograde. You can get the scoop at this link.

Mercury goes Retrograde March 22nd through April 15th in 2018 in fiery Aries. To recap my other blog post, Mercury is a trickster god that symbolizes communications of all types--including the technology associated with messages.

Aries is symbolized by The Ram, an impetuous, aggressive energy that heralds the first day of Spring--a time of fresh starts.

 

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The First Day of Spring?

I have a question, one that has perplexed me for several years. 

Tomorrow is the first day of February, marking the festival of Imbolc. The days are lengthening, the night time grows shorter. We're halfway through winter. Or are we?

I know that 21st of December is supposed to be the first day of winter, but this makes absolutely no sense to me. If we look at the year as half of it where the nights are longer than the days and half of it when the days are longer than the nights, then surely, the date that the nights get shorter can't be the mid point? 

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  • Virginia Carper
    Virginia Carper says #
    There is a divide between modern meteorology and traditional practices. The Chinese calendar and the Medieval European one had spr
  • Mark Green
    Mark Green says #
    Traditionally, the cross-quarter holidays were the beginnings of the seasons. Thus, the winter solstice is "midwinter", and the su
  • Charlie Rainbow Wolf
    Charlie Rainbow Wolf says #
    Hi Mark! I totally understand that this is indeed the beginning of spring, as far as the wheel of the year goes. My question is

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