Names

What follows is a list (in alphabetical order) of the names given to the April moon. Also listed is the tradition and/or origin of that moon name:

Ashes Moon ~Taos
Awakening Moon ~Neo Pagan
Big Leaves Moon ~Apache
Big Spring Moon ~Creek, Cree
Broken Snow Shoe Moon ~Anishnaabe
Budding Moon ~Mohawk
Corn Planting Moon ~Winnebago
Egg Moon ~Cherokee, Algonquin
Eostre Moon ~other
Fish Moon ~Algonquin
Flowers Moon ~Pomo, Cherokee
Frog Moon ~Assiniboine, Janic
Geese Egg Moon ~Cheyenne
Geese Return Moon ~Dakota
Grass Moon ~other
Gray Goose Moon ~Cree
Green Grass Moon ~Sioux
Growing Moon ~Celtic
Hare Moon ~other
Ice Breaking Moon ~Arapaho
Indian Corn Moon ~Algonquin
Leaf Moon ~Kiowa
Leaf Split Moon ~San Juan
Ostarmanoth Moon ~Old English
Pink Moon ~Algonquin
Planter’s Moon ~Colonial American, Algonquin
Red Grass Moon ~other
Seed Moon ~Medieval English
Sprouting Grass Moon ~Algonquin
Spring Moon ~Passamaquoddy
Strawberry Moon ~Natchez
Sugar Maker Moon ~Abernaki
Wildcat Moon ~Choctaw
Wind Breaks Moon ~Hopi
Yellow Moon ~Pima

Source

cedd1cd4ff823fd5a9b627591ab931c7

What follows is a list (in alphabetical order) of the names given to the February moon. Also listed is the tradition and/or origin of that moon name:

  • Avunnivik Moon ~Inuit
  • Big Winter Moon ~other
  • Bony Moon ~Cherokee
  • Chaste Moon ~other
  • Cleansing Moon ~other
  • Coyote Frighten Moon ~San Juan
  • Dark Storm Moon ~Janic
  • Geese Moon ~Omaha
  • Gray Moon ~Pima
  • Horning Moon ~other
  • Hunger Moon ~Janic, Algonquin
  • Ice Moon ~Celtic
  • Lateness Moon ~Mohawk
  • Little Bud Moon ~Kiowa
  • Little Famine Moon ~Choctaw
  • Long Dry Moon ~Assiniboine
  • Nuts Moon ~Natchez
  • Old Moon ~Cree
  • Purification Moon ~Hopi
  • Running Fish Moon ~Winnebago
  • Quickening Moon ~other
  • Rabbit Moon ~Potawatomi
  • Raccoon Moon ~Sioux
  • Red Moon, ~other
  • Shoulder Moon ~Wishram
  • Snow Moon ~Neo-Pagan, Algonquin
  • Solmonath Moon ~other
  • Sparkling Frost Moon ~Arapaho
  • Spruce Tips Moon ~Passamaquoddy
  • Storm Moon ~Medieval English
  • Sucker Moon ~Anishnaabe
  • Trapper’s Moon ~Algonquin
  • Trees Pop Moon ~Sioux
  • Wild Moon ~other
  • Wind Moon ~Creek
  • Winter Moon ~Taos
  • Wolf Moon ~other

Source

What follows is a list (in alphabetical order) of the names given to the December moon. Also listed is the tradition and/or origin of that moon name:

underagoldenmoon30x24

  • Aerra Geola ~other
  • Ashes Fire Moon ~San Juan
  • Before Yule Moon ~Cherokee
  • Big Bear’s Moon ~Winnebago
  • Big Winter Moon ~Creek
  • Bitter Moon ~Chinese
  • Cold Moon ~Algonquin, Celtic
  • Cold Time Moon ~Mohawk
  • Deer Horn Shedding Moon ~Sioux
  • Frost Fish Moon ~Passamaquoddy
  • Heavy Snow Moon ~other
  • Kaitvitjuitk ~Inuit
  • Little Finger Moon ~other
  • Long Nights Moon ~Algonquin
  • Mid-Winter Moon ~other
  • Night Moon ~Taos
  • Oak Moon ~Janic (full), Medieval English
  • Peach Moon ~Choctaw
  • Popping Trees Moon ~Sioux, Arapaho
  • Real Goose Moon ~Kiowa
  • Respect Moon ~Hopi
  • Running Wolves Moon ~Cheyenne
  • Small Spirits Moon ~other
  • Snow Moon ~Cherokee, Janic (dark)
  • Turning Moon ~other
  • Twelfth Moon ~Dakotah
  • Under Burn Moon ~other
  • Winter Maker Moon ~other
  • Wintermonat Moon ~other
  • Wolf Moon ~other
  • Yellow Leaves Moon ~other

Source

7ac1a20c0edd9ce27b21655030d8e40d

What follows is a list (in alphabetical order) of the names given to the November moon. Also listed is the tradition and/or origin of that moon name:

  • All Gathered Moon ~San Juan, Native American
  • Beaver Moon, ~Algonquin, Native American, Colonial
  • Corn Harvest Moon ~Taos
  • Dark Moon ~other
  • Dead Moon ~Janic (dark)
  • Deer Antler Shedding Moon ~other
  • Deer Rutting Moon ~Cheyenne
  • Falling Leaves Moon ~Sioux
  • Fog Moon ~other
  • Fledgling Raptor Moon ~Hopi
  • Freezing River Moon ~Arapaho
  • Frosty Moon ~Algonquin, Native American, Colonial
  • Geese Going Moon ~Kiowa
  • Itartoryuk Moon ~Inuit
  • Mad Moon ~other
  • Mourning Moon ~Janic (full)
  • Oak Moon ~other
  • Poverty Moon ~Mohawk
  • Snow Moon ~Mediaeval English
  • Snowy Morning Mountains Moon ~Wishram
  • Storm Moon ~other
  • Trading Moon ~Cherokee
  • Tree Moon ~Neo Pagan

Source: Everything Under The Moon

The full moon in February is known as the Quickening moon, it marks the official end of winter, and the quickening, the renewal of all things. While the skies are still gray, and the weather is cold, beneath the surface life begins to secretly stir.

This moon phase is a time of abundance, ripening and completeness, heavy with fertility and female divinity. It is a time when the potential of all things begins to stir towards birth in spring, a time to work on our own inner power and confront personal truths in preparation for birth. This moon sheds enough light to help us see into our darkness, so that our energy can make its way to the surface to prepare for growth and healing.

This is the season of Imbolc, the days when we know that if we can just hold on for a few more weeks, we might get lucky and see little green shoots peeking out through the snow and slush.

Correspondences:
  • Colors: Purple and blue
  • Gemstones: Rose quartz, amethyst, jasper
  • Trees: Rowan, Myrtle
  • Gods: Brighid, Aphrodite, Juno, Mars
  • Herbs: Hyssop, sage, myrrh
  • Element: Fire

The word Quickening is also used to describe the first moment in pregnancy when a woman feels the movements of her baby. So too, this a time when new life is beginning, but still lies dormant. Pregnant animals, due in the spring, begin to feel the quickening of their unborn young. The earth itself is quickening, as seeds and bulbs far beneath the soil begin their journey towards the light. We know these things are coming — and we know also that this is a good month to make plans for the future. We can dream and hope, and set goals for ourselves. Accept responsibility for mistakes you’ve made in the past, and move on.

Magical workings this month should focus on personal achievements and advancement. This is an excellent time for fertility and childbirth spells.

From various sources

What follows is a list (in alphabetical order) of the names given to the January moon. Also listed is the tradition and/or origin of that moon name:

img0352

  • Avunniviayuk ~Inuit
  • Big Cold Moon ~Mohawk
  • Chaste Moon ~other
  • Cold Meal Moon ~Natchez
  • Cold Moon ~Cheokee
  • Cooking Moon ~Choctaw
  • Dark Moon ~Janic
  • Disting Moon ~other
  • Flying Ant Moon ~Apache
  • Great Spirit Moon ~Anishnaabe
  • Her Cold Moon ~Wishram
  • Ice Moon ~San Juan, Neo-Pagan
  • Icicle Moon ~Medicine Wheel
  • Joyful Moon ~Hopi
  • Little Winter Moon ~Creek
  • Man Moon ~Taos
  • Moon After Yule ~Cherokee
  • Old MoonAlgonquin
  • Quiet Moon ~Celtic, Janic
  • Snow Moon ~other
  • Storm Moon ~other
  • Strong Cold Moon ~Sioux, Cheyenne
  • Whirling Wind Moon ~Passamaquoddy
  • Winter Moon ~Algonquin
  • Wolf Moon ~Medieval English, Janic

Source

Subscribe
If you'd like to stay up to date on everything that is posted here, subscribe via email:

Enter your email address:

Delivered by FeedBurner

Moon Phase Tracker

CURRENT MOON

This moon phase tracker uses flash, if your device is not compatible, try the one at the bottom of the page

.
Calendar
April 2017
M T W T F S S
« Mar    
 12
3456789
10111213141516
17181920212223
24252627282930
Bread Crumbs
Christmas


I think it's time to go shopping... maybe even buy some really cool stuff at my online shops!!