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Full Moon November 10, 2011

Filed under: Pagan — torip3 @ 2:29 pm

November / Snow Moon – Plan for a ritual to work on ridding yourself of negative thoughts and vibrations.


The full moon is perfect a time to perform divination, spells and rituals. Magical energy is heightened by the energy of the full moon. Tarot readings or crystal ball readings may be more accurate during this time.
It is a good time for protection spells, healing spells, and psychic awareness.

Full Moom Magic can be used to banishing unwanted influences in your life. Creating protection magik
and performing divination. Setting up plans and releasing old patterns or issues
are all. Full Moon magik can be conjured during the 3 days prior to the rise of
the Full Moon, the night of the Full Moon and during the 3 days after.

Each full moon holds a little extra special meaning to those who work with magik. It represents the universe in brilliant glory, wholeness or completeness.
A wonderful time to work on your own personal spiritual lessons, growth and enlightenment.

In past History many different traditions had different ways of naming a moon.

Thomas’s Old Farmers Almanac – circa 1792
November ~ Beaver moonBeaver traps were once set in this month to catch enough beaver to make warm
clothing for the upcoming winter.  A wonderful time for setting protection and
protecting yourself from those ‘cold’ winds that try to interfere with your
personal spiritual evolution.

The Deborean Clan – circa 1780-1800
November ~ Hunter’s MoonEarly Deboreans supplemented their harvest stores with meat from forest
animals during this month. Ensuring their families were well prepared for the
barren months of winter.

The Wiccan Tradition – circa 1953-1956
November ~ Mourning Moon

The Algonquin Tribes – circa 1400-1450
November~ Full Beaver MoonNow it is time to set beaver traps before the swamps freeze to ensure a
supply of warm winter furs. Another interpretation suggests that the name Beaver
Full Moon come from the fact that the beavers are now active in their
preparation for winter. This is also called the Frosty Moon, and as this is also
the next full moon after the Harvest Moon, it can also be referred to as the
Hunters’ Moon. With the leaves falling and the deer fattened, it is time to
hunt. Since the fields have been reaped, hunters can ride over the stubble, and
can more easily see the fox, also other animals, which have come out to glean
and can be caught for a thanksgiving banquet after the harvest.


A full moon can be celebrated in different ways. You can follow a ritual straight out of book or you can create your own.
You do NOT have to follow what a book or someone tells you is the “Right” way to work a ritual to honor the Full Moon, you can do your own magick.

A full moons energy is ripe for magikal workings 3 days before and after the moon. You can cast a mental circle and meditate on your desires,  protection spells, healing spells, personal growth or what ever you need.
You can set up and alter with items that respresent what you want or need. Be creative. Think outside the box. Listen to your inner goddess and figure out whats right for you. Whats the right way you can honor the moon.



What are your plans for this Full Moon?







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