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Marvelous Monday!

I know, I know, I've been slacking! But Moon had her surgery and I was taking care of her! The full Blood Moon was on Friday the 6th. The name Blood moon comes from the act of slaughtering animals for winter food, and from the reddish cast often seen shadowing the moon on cool October nights. In Celtic traditions this is the Ivy Moon, and one of its correspondences is binding magic. They are perfect complements to one another at this season, when we are compelled to bind the blood of the sovereign Lord to the land he rules. Even in the festive circle of October's esbat we are aware that the solar year is marking the death of our God, and we put ourselves into the care of the wise, but icy crone Goddess. The Goddess who is the land, will soon be in her virgin aspect once more, and must bestow sovreignity over the land to the most fit and able man.

Blessed crone of our dark, cold nights
Give us your moonglow as our guiding light;
His blood into earth, your earth into womb,
Waiting for Yuletide to break open his tomb.
by Edain McCoy

Have a great Columbus Day this Monday the 9th and the color is lavendar.
Love and light, rainbows and equality!

Blessed be,
Hannah

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