Your Daily Divination for Friday, June 9 and Saturday, June 10th

A real treat, your Daily Divination for Friday, June 9 & June 10th….

The contents of this podcast:

Daily Tarot Card for June 10th

Egyptian Love Tarot for June 10th

Erotic Tarot Card for June 10th

Your Influences for June 10th

Your Rune for for June 10th

Ancient Symbols Card for June 10th

Animal Spirit Guide

Your Charm for June 10th

Karmic Number for June 10th

The Wisdom of the Buddha

A little thought from me to you



Infinite Possibilities: Full Moon in Sagittarius Horoscopes

Infinite Possibilities: Full Moon in Sagittarius Horoscopes

See what June’s Full Moon in Sagittarius means for your sign

By Rick Levine

The cosmic energy is quite powerful as the Full Moon in adventurous Sagittarius on June 9, 2017, urges us to stretch beyond our limits. We are reminded that we don’t need to settle for less, even when circumstances are difficult, because there is something more than what meets the eye. Confident Jupiter ends its retrograde period within an hour of this Full Moon, widening our horizons even further. Since Jupiter is the ruling planet of Sagittarius, this direct turn brings a powerful message of encouragement as we reactivate ideas that have been stalled for one reason or another.

Although the Sagittarius Full Moon offers an uplifting message, it’s not just about fun and games. Luna’s conjunction with taskmaster Saturn can rain on our parade of pleasure unless we’re willing to do the hard work required to achieve our goals. Meanwhile, the cosmic lovers, Venus and Mars, tempt us with the possibilities of romance and lure us into the dance of relationships. Attractive Venus in sensual Taurus is a reliable magnet for sweet experiences. Her cooperative sextile to red-hot Mars can fire up passions, but Mars in nurturing Cancer is more protective than assertive. The potential for love looms large as long as we aren’t tricked into taking any shortcuts.


Aries Horoscope (March 21 – April 19)

Although your optimistic approach to relationships makes your day brighter, you are still practical enough to meet reality head on. The Sagittarius Full Moon magnifies your 9th House of Big Ideas, but current circumstances make it tricky to hold onto your ideals. Unfortunately, life seems to be more complicated than you wish, even with a solid plan in place. Remain open to the likelihood of shifting desires. However, your heightened determination and perseverance prevents others from raining on your parade.


Taurus Horoscope (April 20 – May 20)

Oddly enough, you’re longing to experience the depth of your feelings. The Sagittarius Full Moon falls in your 8th House of Intimacy, inspiring you to seek out sensual delights without worrying about how others perceive you. Your normal discomfort with emotional intensity stems from your desire for simplicity. Sometimes the only way to recreate a less complicated existence is to resign yourself to the process and go through a phase of increased complexity. Never underestimate the power of persistence.


Gemini Horoscope May 21 – June 20)

You’re fascinated by a plethora of interests and you love to jump from one clever thought to another. But the expansive Sagittarius Full Moon illuminates your 7th House of Relationships, amplifying the emotions of those people closest to you. But you still might resist the flow of feelings or even question your desirability when it comes to intimacy. Stop looking for more data and start acting on what you already know to be true. Having a soft heart in a cruel world is courage, not weakness.


Cancer Horoscope (June 21 – July 22)

You often leave your strongest desires unspoken without even telling your secrets to those you love and trust. Unfortunately, this cautious strategy reduces the likelihood of being fully satisfied in a relationship. Much to your chagrin, your belief that people should just intuitively know what you need isn’t based on reality. The extroverted Sagittarius Full Moon lights up your 6th House of Habits, inspiring you to step out of your comfort zone. Improve your chances for emotional fulfillment by putting your feelings out in the open. A good relationship starts with good communication.


Leo Horoscope (July 23 – Aug. 22)

You are ready for a little romance, but you must meet your previous commitments first if you really want to pursue love. The Sagittarius Full Moon casts its light in your 5th House of Play, revealing your current desire to open up your heart and let someone special in. Be sure you know what you’re getting yourself into before taking things to the next level. Creating a list of all the potential risks and rewards can help you decide whether or not to move forward in the game of love. Ben Franklin wrote, “If passion drives you, let reason hold the reins.”


Virgo Horoscope (Aug. 23 – Sept. 22)

A little extra tension can push you into some very dynamic situations. You may not be as relaxed as you wish while the Sagittarius Full Moon activates your 4th House of Security, prompting you to seek the utmost clarity in professional and personal relationships. Worries about your uncertain career path could dredge up old fears and emotional insecurities. Thankfully, your negativity has less power once your concerns are seen in the light of day. Poet Ryunosuke Satoro wrote, “Let your dreams outgrow the shoes of your expectations.”


Libra Horoscope (Sept. 23 – Oct. 22)

There’s no reason to worry about what you might be missing, even if you feel like harmonious relationships are hard to find. The Sagittarius Full Moon energizes your 3rd House of Communication, empowering you to express what you want from others. However, don’t attempt to transform dark into light too fast or you could prevent the most transformational magic from coming to fruition. Channel your passions into creating a viable plan for the future. Controlled growth is naturally more sustainable than a sudden breakthrough. Moliere wrote, “The trees that are slow to grow bear the best fruit.”


Scorpio Horoscope (Oct. 23 – Nov. 21)

Staring down your fears could lead to questioning your basic beliefs. The truth is you can’t expect others to love you if you don’t fully love yourself. Thankfully, the inspirational Sagittarius Full Moon brightens your 2nd House of Self-Esteem, encouraging you to see yourself in a different light. You possess the undeniable power to eliminate old tapes that are playing outmoded songs. But don’t wait for a better time to dance to your music; create a new soundtrack for your life while the planets are singing along.


Sagittarius Horoscope (Nov. 22 – Dec. 21)

Your emotional intensity can be too much to handle and people might tiptoe around you because they don’t want to trigger your temper. The exuberant Sagittarius Full Moon lands in your 1st House of Personality, prompting you to go as far as you can when making your point. But you’re not interested in being placated; instead, you want everyone to understand your truth. Consider this as a gentle reminder that the world does not revolve around you, and that others are entitled to their own opinions. Turn off the rhetoric and turn on your love light.


Capricorn Horoscope (Dec. 22 – Jan. 19)

You may be relatively satisfied with your daily routine, but you grow less certain about your path in life when the Sagittarius Full Moon falls in your 12th House of Destiny. Give yourself permission to go through a process of self-doubt while recognizing this is just a temporary phase. Your primary job is to gain an objective perspective on your current habits so that you can begin to eliminate the ones keeping you from achieving your highest potential. Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam said, “You have to dream before your dreams can come true.”


Aquarius Horoscope (Jan. 20 – Feb. 18)

You can play your knowledge to your advantage by relying on your deep understanding of the power of the collective. The Sagittarius Full Moon graces your 11th House of Social Networking, motivating you to discover what the group needs to thrive. Using your innate charm helps you get what you want, but be careful about stirring up emotionally charged material. Ironically, you might not even be aware of the psychological buttons you are pushing. Don’t go looking for trouble when there isn’t any or you might just find it.


Pisces Horoscope (Feb. 19 – March 20)

You can’t decide whether you want to be in the spotlight or not. The free-spirited Sagittarius Full Moon shines in your 10th House of Status, enabling you to be comfortable on stage or in a public arena. But Luna’s opposition to the Sun in your 4th House of Home and Family encourages you to maintain a lower profile. Although you might prefer to work behind the scenes, it’s still time to claim the power that you have rightfully earned. Author S. Kelley Harrell wrote, “We don’t heal in isolation, but in community.”

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The Witches Current Moon Phase for June 9

Full Moon
Illumination: 100%

The Moon today is in a Full Moon phase. During a Full Moon the moon is 100% illuminated as seen from Earth and is on the opposite side of the Earth from the Sun. The Moon will be visible throughout the night sky rising at sunset in the east and setting with the sunrise the next morning. The point at which a Full Moon occurs can be measured down to a fraction of a second. The time it takes between full moons is known as a Synodic month and is 29.530587981 days long.


Phase Details for – Friday, June 9, 2017

Phase: Full Moon
Illumination: 100%
Moon Age: 14.72 days
Moon Angle: 0.49
Moon Distance: 405,409.03 km
Sun Angle: 0.53
Sun Distance: 151,880,579.49 km




The Witches Guide to Friday


Charge of the Goddess


I am the Great Mother, worshiped by all and
existent prior to their consciousness.
I am the primal female force, boundless and eternal.


I am the chaste Goddess of the moon,
the Lady of all magic.
The winds and moving leaves sing my name.
I wear the crescent Moon upon my brow and
my feet rest among the starry heavens.
I am mysteries yet unsolved, a path newly set upon.
I am a field untouched by the plow.
Rejoice in me and know the fullness of youth.
I am the blessed Mother, the gracious Lady of the harvest.
I am clothed with the deep, cool wonder of the Earth
and the gold of the fields heavy with grain.
By me the tides of the Earth are ruled;
all things come to fuition according to my season
I am refuge and healing.
I am the life-giving Mother, wondrously fertile.


Worship me as the Crone,
Tender of the unbroken cycle of death and rebirth.
I am the wheel, the shadow of the Moon.
I rule the tides of women and men and
give release and renewal to weary souls.
Though the darkness of death is my domain,
the joy of birth is my gift.


I am the Goddess of the Moon, the Earth, the Seas.
My names and strengths are manifold.
I pour forth magick and power, peace and wisdom.
I am the eternal Maiden, Mother of all, and Crone of darkness,
and I send you blessings
of limitless love.


“Wicca: A Guide For the Solitary Practitioner”
by Scott Cunningham


Your Daily Sun & Moon Data for Friday, June 9th

The Sun
Sun Direction: ↑ 90.25° E
Sun Altitude: 40.68°
Sun Distance: 94.364 million mi
Next Solstice: Jun 20, 2017 11:24 pm (Summer)
Sunrise Today: 5:34 am↑ 60° Northeast
Sunset Today: 8:13 pm↑ 300° Northwest
Length of Daylight: 14 hours, 39 minutes


The Moon
Moon Direction: ↑ 274.91° W
Moon Altitude: -38.48°
Moon Distance: 252434 mi
Next New Moon: Jun 23, 20179:30 pm
Next Full Moon: Jul 8, 201711:06 pm
Next Moonrise: Today8:19 pm
Current Moon Phase: Near Full Moon (Waning Gibbous)
Illumination: 99.9%



The Full Moon

The Full Moon is the most spectacular Moon phase when the entire face of the Moon is lit up.


At Full Moon, the entire face of the Moon is illuminated by the Sun’s rays and it can be bright enough to light up otherwise dark nights.


Technically, this primary Moon phase only lasts a moment, the instant when the Sun and the Moon are aligned on opposite sides of Earth


So the exact time for Full Moon is during the day on parts of the planet.


However, the Moon can appear to be full a day before or after while more than 98% of the Moon’s disc is illuminated.


Therefore, it can be difficult to tell the difference between a Full Moon and the last stage of a Waxing Gibbous Moon or the beginning of a Waning Gibbous Moon.


The technical term for the Full Moon alignment is syzygy of the Sun-Earth-Moon-system.


When the side of the Moon we can see from Earth is fully lit up at Full Moon, the opposite side is in darkness, and vice versa at New Moon.


The Full Moon is visible in the sky approximately from sunset to sunrise. At the precise moment of the Full Moon alignment, the Moon is only visible in the night part of Earth, with a few exceptions.


A Primary Moon Phase

Full Moon is the 3rd of the 4 primary Moon phases which occur at specific moments in time. The other 3 are New Moon, First Quarter Moon, and Third Quarter Moon.


In addition, there are 4 intermediate phases which take up the time in between the primary phases. These are called Waxing Crescent Moon, Waxing Gibbous Moon, Waning Gibbous Moon, and Waning Crescent Moon.


Elliptical Orbit

The Moon orbits Earth counterclockwise on an elliptical path, and the same side of the Moon always faces Earth. However, over time, the Moon rocks slightly from north to south and wobbles a little from east to west. This motion, known as lunar libration, makes it possible to see up to 58% of the Moon’s surface from Earth, although only 50% at a time.


Higher Tides at Full Moon

The greatest difference between high and low tide is around Full Moon and New Moon. During these Moon phases, the gravitational forces of the Moon and the Sun combine to pull the ocean’s water in the same direction. These tides are known as spring tides or king tides.


Affects the Tides

The tides on Earth are mostly generated by the Moon’s gravitational pull from one side of Earth to the other. The Moon’s gravity can cause small ebbs and flows in the continents called land tides or solid Earth tides. These are greatest during the Full and New Moons because the Sun and Moon are aligned on the same or opposite sides of Earth.


The Full Moon in Culture

The Moon has influenced human culture for millennia, and the Full Moon phase in particular. The date for Easter Sunday, for example, is determined based on the Full Moon and the vernal equinox.


The Moon has also inspired the invention of countless deities, like the Roman goddess Luna or her Norse male counterpart Máni, who gave his name to Monday. And, even today, people use ancient Full Moon names, like Harvest Moon and Strawberry Moon.


Witches and Werewolves

In the past, it was common to think that many forms of mental illness were caused by the Moon, hence the name lunatic. The Full Moon has even been held responsible for supernatural transformations, changing otherwise harmless men into ferocious werewolves.


Modern Full Moon Celebration

The Full Moon still inspires celebrations. One of the most famous gatherings these days is the monthly Full Moon party on Haad Rin beach on the island of Koh Pha Ngan, Thailand, where thousands of tourists gather every month.



The Sky This Week for June 9 to June 11

Comet Johnson, a Full Moon, and other awesome things to look for in the sky this week.
By Richard Talcott


Friday, June 9
Full Moon occurs at 9:10 a.m. EDT, though our satellite will look completely illuminated all night. You can find it low in the southeast as darkness falls and peaking in the south around 1:30 a.m. local daylight time. The Moon lies on the border between Ophiuchus the Serpent-bearer and Sagittarius the Archer, just 3° north of magnitude 0.0 Saturn.


Saturday, June 10

For people who live near 30° north latitude, today marks the earliest sunrise of the year. Although the Northern Hemisphere’s longest day doesn’t occur until Earth’s summer solstice 10 days from now, earliest sunrise happens several days before and latest sunset several days after. The specific dates depend on your latitude, however. In general, earliest sunrise occurs closer to the solstice the farther north you live.


Sunday, June 11

Jupiter appears halfway to the zenith in the southern sky during twilight this week and doesn’t set until after 2 a.m. local daylight time. The brilliant planet shines at magnitude –2.2 among the background stars of Virgo, some 11° west-northwest of the Maiden’s brightest star, 1st-magnitude Spica. When viewed through a telescope, Jupiter’s disk spans 40″ and shows a wealth of detail in its massive atmosphere.



The Astronomy Magazine


Magical Workings for The Full Moon


For many Pagans, the cycles of the moon are important to magical workings. It’s believed in some traditions that the waxing moon, the full moon, the waning moon and the new moon all have their own special magical properties, and so workings should be planned accordingly. If your tradition follows these guidelines — or if you think you’d like to time your magic based upon the phase of the moon — here are some tips on what sort of magic to perform during the various lunar stages.

The Full Moon

The full moon is the point at which we can see an entire side of the moon. For magical purposes, many modern Pagans consider the full moon to include the day before and the day after a full moon, for a total of three days. If your tradition requires you to follow the phases of the moon for your magical workings, this is a good time to do rituals focused on personal growth and spiritual development. Some examples would include:


Spells related to increasing your intuitive awareness
Healing magic
Rituals that connect you closely with deity, such as Drawing Down the Moon
Any magic related to developing your magical skills


For many Pagans, this is also a time to celebrate with an Esbat ritual. Dorinda is an eclectic witch who lives in Nevada, and she says, “Once a month, during the full moon, I drive out to the desert about half an hour away. There’s a spot that I go that’s really off the beaten path, and I can stand up on a hillside and watch the moon rise, and it’s just magnificent, because there’s no one out there but me. It’s always a very meditative experience, and I can really feel the connection that my body has to the full moon, as well as connecting on a spiritual level. This is when I call upon the gods of my tradition, ask for intuitive guidance, that sort of thing. I always feel so refreshed and aware afterwards, it’s almost hard for me to get to sleep when I get back home.”


Patti Wigington
Published on ThoughtCo


Friday, June 9


Friday is the day of Venus. It takes it name from Frigg, the Goddess of love and transformation. She rules the spiritual side of a person that manifests in the physical. Because of this, Friday is often thought of as dangerously unpredictable. This is expressed in an old East Anglian adage:


Friday’s day will have its trick
The fairest or foulest day of the week.


Deity: Frigg

Zodiac Sign: Taurus/Libra

Planet: Venus

Tree: Apple

Herb: Vervain

Stone: Sapphire/Chrsolite

Animal: Bull/Serpent

Element: Earth

Color: Yellow/Violet

Number: 7

Rune: Peorth(P)



Celtic Tree Month of Hauth (Hawthorn) – May 13 – June 9. Hawthorn month is a time of fertility, masculine energy, and fire. Also associated with the realm of Faerie.

Runic Half-Month of Odal (home, protection) – May 29 – June 13

Goddess of the Month of Hera – May 16 – June 12




The Pagan Book of Days
Nigel Pennick



The Magickal Day of Friday


Friday falls at the end of the work week for many of us, and that means we get a chance to relax for a little bit! Mark your Fridays with colors like pink and aqua, and metals such as copper. This is a day ruled by the planet Venus, so it should be no surprise that Venus and Aphrodite – goddesses of love and beauty – are associated with Fridays. This is a day named for the Norse goddess Freyja, so be sure to take a moment to honor her as well.



Gemstones associated with Friday include coral, emerald and rose quartz, and plants like strawberries, apple blossoms and feverfew are also related. This is a good day to do spellwork associated with family life and fertility, sexuality, harmony, friendship, growth. Take advantage of Friday’s correspondences and plant a seed, make something grow, and enjoy your blessings



*Note: There are a lot of disputes as to the origins of the word Friday, because there is still a great deal of discussion as to whether it was named for Freyja or Frigga, and whether they were the same deity or two separate ones. Some scholars believe that while they may have eventually become two distinctly different goddesses, they could have had their origins in a single, common Proto-Germanic deity.


Patti Wigington, Paganism/Wicca Expert
Article published on & owned by



The Witches Guide to Friday


Ruler: Freya, Venus

Colors: Emerald green or pink

Power Hours: Sunrise and the 8th, 16th, and 24th hours following.

Key Words: Love, money, health

It is easy to spot the ruler of this day by its name. In the word Friday, we see the roots of the name of the Norse goddess Freya, a goddess of love and fertility, and the most beautiful and propitious of the goddesses thus the verse “Friday’s child is loving and giving.”

In Spanish this day of the week is called Viernes and is derived from the goddess Venus. Matters of love, human interaction, the fluidity of communication, sewing and the creation of artistic garments, household improvement, shopping, and party planning all fall under the aspects of Friday and its ruling planet, Venus.

Friday’s angels are Ariel/Uriel, Rachiel, and Sachiel. Rachiel also concerns himself with human sexuality and is a presiding spirit of the planet Venus.

On Fridays, the hour of sunrise and every eight hours after that are also ruled by Venus, and that makes these times of the day doubly blessed. These four hours are the strongest four hours for conducting ritual.

Check the local newspaper, astrological calendar, or almanac to determine your local sunrise.



Gypsy Magic



The Witches Almanac for Friday, June 9th

Heroes’ Day (Ugandan)

Waxing Moon


Full Moon 9: 10 am


Moon Sign: Sagittarius


Incense: Violet


Color: Rose






Magickal Intentions: Love, Romance, Marriage, Sexual Matters, Physical Beauty, Friendship and Partnerships, Strangers, Heart

Color: aqua, blue, light blue, brown, green, pale green, magenta, peach, pink, rose, white, all pastels

Number: 5, 6

Metal: copper

Charm: green or white garments, scepter

Stone: alexandrite, amethyst, coral, diamond, emerald, jade, jet, black moonstone, peridot, smoky quartz, tiger’s-eye, pink tourmaline

Animal: camel, dove, elephant, goat, horse, pigeon, sparrow

Plant: apple, birch, cherry, clematis, clove, coriander, heather, hemlock, hibiscus, ivy, lotus, moss, myrtle, oats, pepperwort, peppermint, pinecone, quince, raspberry, rose, pink rose, red rose, rose hips, saffron, sage, savin, stephanotis, strawberry, thyme, vanilla, verbena, violet, water lily, yarrow, and all flowers

Incense: ambergris, camphor, mace, musk, myrrh, rose, saffron, sage, sandalwood, sweetgrass, vanilla, violet, all floral scents

Goddess: Aphrodite, Asherah, Baalith, Brigid, Erzulie, Freya (Passionate Queen), Frigg, Gefion, Harbor (Beautiful One), Hestia, Inanna, Ishtar (Lady of Passion and Desire), Lakshmi, Lilith, Mokosh, Nehalennia, Nerthus, Ostara, Pombagira, Sarasvati, Shakti, Shekinah, Sirtur, Al Uzza, Venus (Queen of Pleasure), Vesta

God: Allah, Bacchus, Bes, Cupid, the Dagda, Dionysus, El, Eros (God of Love), Freyr, Frit Ailek, Shukra

Evocation: Agrat Bat Mahalat, Anael, Hagiel, Mokosba, Rasbid, Sachiel, Uriel, Velas

Courtesy of Moonlight Musings



Friday Is Ruled By Venus


Friday belongs to Venus, both the planet and its namesake Roman goddess of love. This day is sacred to many other gods and goddesses of love such as Eros, Venus, Aphrodite, and the Norse goddess that gave the day its name, Freya. This day of the week is for magical topics such as love, birth, fertility, and romance. Colors for today include pink and aqua. Some suggestions for Friday enchantments would include:

Carrying a rose quartz with you today to send out some gentle and loving vibes to those crabby co-workers

Working a loving Tarot spell to charm a friend’s pregnancy with good health and safety

Working a little flower magic to enchant a single pink rose for friendship and inner beauty, and setting it on your desk. Or try empowering a red rose for passion and placing it in your bedroom.

Burning rose-scented candles to encourage the same effect. Call on Eros to “bring a passion for life” to your days.

Sharing a romantic snack with your partner. Feed each other ripe, red strawberries. Those strawberries are love-inducing food, and are sacred to many love goddesses, including today’s patroness, Freya.



What Happens at the time of The Full Moon

The Full Moon is a peak, and many feel the buzz. It’s a crescendo and sometimes brings on a reckoning…a moment of truth. It’s associated with illumination, since it lights up the dreamtime landscape.


At the Full Moon, the luminaries — Sun and Moon — are always in opposite Zodiac signs. The polarity brings heightened tension, as balance is sought between the two extremes.


Waxing Moon

The Moon has been waxing (increasing), and if you set new Moon intentions, you’re ready to act!


In the hum of the jolty energies, there can be epiphanies about things that were vague desires at the New Moon.


Make it real, with tangible actions, perhaps a ritual that signifies you’re ready to integrate your intent. I like to stay open to surprise, too, and divine inspiration.


Time to Act?

Every month, you have a chance to experience a fresh start. The Moon’s waxing and waning is like the shortest hand on the cosmic clock. The intentions we set with the Moon can get specific, and match the traits of the sign that month.


This is a way to stay attuned to cosmic currents, and go with the flow. It’s a constant in a chaotic time, that the Moon waxes and wanes. Each lunation is a chance to set new goals, and feel closer to a bigger mystery.


Full Moon Intentions

This word is used a lot, and is interchangeable with the word goals. Perhaps, though, it suggests an active engagement in what you’re co-creating with the universe.


Your intent is what you intend to create in your life. Some like to to create Vision Boards at the New Moon. But the amped up energies, and clear sight make the Full Moon ideal for dreaming-while-awake.

Preparing for the Full Moon

Each full Moon has a different intuitive feel, and any ritual you do could draw on the essence of the sign.


As it approaches, you might gather photos, found objects, meaningful totems and place them with your intentions in a prominent place.


You might light a candle in a simple Full Moon Ritual.

Time to Celebrate

The Full Moon often casts an exuberant vibe, making it a great time to have a party. This also opens the door for meaningful people to step into your life. But keep in mind that it can be intense, too.


There’s a reason why more patrolmen are sent out on full Moons! Take time to honor yourself in some way for any steps you took since the new Moon.
The Climax and the Big Reveal


Sometimes Full Moons feel like the end of an Act in your ongoing life story.


It’s like in a movie where all the plot points are pulled together, and for a brief moment, you can see the interwoven whole. If you set intentions, the full Moon is a time when you begin to make out the path, and can take an exhilarating step forward. It is both a culmination and a time to act on something you’ve imagined. In the act of doing, you have brought an idea into reality, and made magic.



Molly Hall
Published on ThoughtCo


A Full Moon Ritual

Letting Go


Full Moons are big peaks, and with ritual, you can go with the momentum. And that simply means concentrating your energy for a symbolic or real action.


The lunar cycle gives you many chances to do rituals to mark a personal turning point or let go.


At the New Moon, you can go into the dark and be symbolically reborn. New Moon rituals help you summon your whole Self, and in that magic moment, commit to intentions.


At the full Moon, the energy builds and builds….there’s an explosive outgoing aspect to it. All of nature grows and is more vital at the full Moon. This surge allows you to take action on behalf of those new Moon intentions you set two week prior. A full Moon ritual might involve taking one solid step, with a symbolic action. And it can be a powerful time to release, cast out, unburden yourself, purge, etc. You celebrate your emergence by stepping out of an old skin, identity, behavior, attitude, relationship. The ritual helps you by marking this inner transformation in a formal way.


A full Moon ritual might involve purification by one of the elements. Most often, it’s fire, and done by casting something you don’t want into the flames. One idea: 1) Write what you’re releasing down on a stick. 2) resolve to let go as you throw it into the fire. 3) Throw the stick into the fire. This can be done as a group, with everyone sitting ’round the fire…or in your own private ceremony.


Each person can seal their action of letting go by speaking it aloud, if there’s trust in the circle.


Water can be used to cleanse in rituals. I remember a very meaningful full Moon ceremony I had at my house with three other women. We had filled a blue bowl with water and some rose petals. Each of us wrote down what we wanted to draw into our lives on a piece of paper.


After we read them aloud, we put our hands in the bowl to signify the cleansing of the old, to open to the new. It’s still one of my favorite memories. Mainly it worked because we all trusted each other to be open hearted and share our dreams. When that’s there, you can evoke the magic of shifting consciousness at will because the support is palpable.


Full Moon Release Ritual

Items you’ll need: Floating candles, a large bowl, water, matches, a pen.

1. Create sacred space with candles, sage smudging, and setting up altars with powerful totems. For some rituals, I’ll use an owl’s wing that a friend gave me, to represent wisdom.
2. If possible, stand or sit under the Moon. Allow yourself to feel a direct relationship to it, as a mover of the living waters of the Earth and within our own bodies.
3. Do a grounding exercise, to bring you out of the chatter of small talk and into ritual space. Feel the earth under your feet and shake out the tension in the body.
4. Place the large water-filled bowl in front of you, or in the middle of your gathering on a table.
5. Each person writes what they’re releasing on the floating candle. It’s not important that it shows up, just that the intention is there.

6. As you place the candle into the bowl, declare what you’re releasing.
7. Light the candle.
8. Allow yourself to feel the transfer of what you’re releasing to the candle. As a group focus on letting go into the water, holding hands if that feels right.
9. Celebrate this release by sharing a feast under the full Moon!

Allow the candle to keep burning in the bowl as a symbol of the letting go process. The flame is a purifier, and symbolizes the sparks of inspiration as well. If you blow out your floating candle, and your bowl is in your home, relighting it will remind you of your commitment. Place inspiring pictures and totems around it that remind you of who you’re becoming. Above all, give yourself kudos for honoring your own growth.



Molly Hall
Published on ThoughtCo


Celebrating Other Spirituality 365 Days A Year – Vestalia, Festival of Vesta


7-9 June

Vestalia, Festival of Vesta


Vestalia is the spirit of ancient Rome, abided in a flame that was kept flickering in the temple of Vesta-the hearth (heart) of the city and the royal palace. The fire was tended by six priestesses, considered to be the “king’s daughters,” who were chosen as children for their nobility and physical perfection. The priestesses or bestial Virgins were held in high regard and lived a life of affluence. However, their high position tion demanded discipline and compromise; they were required to remain celibate for their 30 years of service.


The festival of Vesta began on June 7. When the temple was opened to women, men were forbidden to enter the temple. Because very little is known of the public or private Vestal rites, we can only speculate as to what took place. However, historians ans do know that at some point, the fire in the temple was ritually ally rekindled and that prayers and offerings were made. In addition to performing all of the sacred rites for the festival, tival, the Vestals undertook other ritual duties. For example, it was their responsibility to make the sacred salt cake (mola-salsa) used in the Vestalia. This required them to fetch water from a sacred spring and bring it back without setting it down along the way. They were also in charge of ritually sweeping the temple clean before it was closed to outsiders on June 15.



Magickal Activity for the 9th Day of June, The Festival of Vesta


Invocation for Vesta


Items needed: A small table covered with a white cloth; a statue or picture of Vesta; one large white pillar candle; fresh violets; a dish of salt; a dish of flour.


Place the statue or picture of Vesta near the center-back of the altar. The candle should go directly in front of the statue, and the violets are sprinkled around the candle. The two small dishes of salt and flour are placed center-front.


To begin, take several relaxing breaths and focus on the image of Vesta. Imagine how it might have been to be one of her priestesses. When you feel the time is right, light the candle and speak her invocation:


Goddess of the hearth and home,
Let your brilliance now be known.
The flair of potential does abound,
Well within your temple round.
Vestal Virgins dressed in white,
Keep your fire burning bright.
As elements of salt and flour,
Are offered in this ritual hour.
Let your powers bright and bold,
Grace me now from times of old.
Your flame of love I did light,
To bring me honor from this night.
I now give all honor to thee,
For your blessings
so mote it be.


When you have completed the invocation, take some time to reflect on the Goddess. If you have prayers or petitions of your own, make them at this time. Leave the candle to burn for one hour.


Daily lighting of the candle will bring Vesta’s blessings to your home and family.



Top of the Morning To Ya! Ah, Can You Believe it is Friday Already? Let’s Get This Show Started Before It Turns Saturday On Us, lol!

It’s Friday, the day to take off and just get away from it all. What a better way to start the day with this beautiful poem. Sit back, listen and let your mind float away in the…..


Pagan’s Playground

I leave my cares and world behind
And drift away with a wandering mind
To a place where dreams come true
Where the grass is green and the sky is blue

Then a gentle breeze brushes my face
As I wander through this gentle place
Where birds and bees sing in the trees
And the grass bends with a gentle breeze

A song is sung but in natures way
One that is heard when children play
One that is carried forth for all to hear
But heard by those who know no fear

It plays both in day and also at night
You don’t use your ears or need a light
Close your eyes for it is all around
Open your heart and it will be found

Once it is heard it won’t just go away
It won’t leave you alone not for a day
Its source can’t be found but still you will look
Beneath every rock and the babbling brook

Try as you might and look where you can
And when you are finished go look again
For this magickal sound and wondrous place
Is often hidden right in front of our face

But though it is so simple often it’s missed
And I have heard people say it doesn’t exist
Still there are others who smile and know
Of the song that is sung and where they should go

They know this world is created with only a thought
Not with something borrowed or something bought
So in their mind’s eye they create it with will
What wonders await us just over the hill

by SpellQuest


Contents of this Podcast:

Astronomy of the Day for June 9th

The Magick of the Full Moon

Moon in Sagittarius

Your Great Big Beautiful Sky Tonight

The Witches Current Moon Phase for June 9th

Moon Diary




Before we get started, I wanted to show you a few things………

I don’t know if you have seen these are not but they are listed on our store. We have had a lot of interest in these beautiful candles, off-line as well as on-line. We have sold about 35 off-line and they are starting to catch fire on the internet. We have several candles with various meanings and each one comes with a beautiful necklace. The necklace is either a charm or a stone. You get the necklace and the candle for only $14.00. This is a wonderful deal, the candles aren’t the small ones at all, they are 7 inches tall so that means you will have plenty of burn time with these beauties. The one below is just one of 14 we have. They are going fast and we wanted to give you the opportunity to jump on them if you wanted on.


Candles can be see on Magickal Necessities



This is a calming candle with a Howlite charm necklace. Like I said, there are several other types of candles on our store. So check them out and see if you would like one.


Next, we are now making bindrunes. Yes, we have had several request for them and now we are back to making them. Well, I should say I am. Bindrunes are made out of a combination of runes. They can be used for anything for love to protection. The woodcutter finished cutting up my willow branches yesterday and now all I am doing is waiting for your requests. The bindrunes can be carried with you, put in your car or tucked safely in your child’s room for protection from nightmares or anything else. They are powerful symbols and being made out of the magickal Willow only adds to their power. If you think you have had a curse or hex put on you, then you need a bindrune. If you are in need of financial success, you need a bindrune. The bindrunes have so many uses. They are ancient symbols that are once again see the light of day. You will receive a wooden token, with your special rune (picked out by you), wood burned and blessed by me. We are offering the bindrunes only to the members of the WOTC. The bindrunes will cost only $8.00. The way it works is that you send me your request or make a comment here for which one you want. I then make it and when it is done, I will contact you. Than you can either use Paypal or send us a money for the amount due. Nothing complicated, simple. Anyone can use a bindrune, I have one I grab every time I go out the door for safe journeying. I cannot emphasize enough how powerful they are. Once you get the rune in your hand, you will feel the power or it, I guarantee you that.


Below is a chart of the bindrunes, I will be making.  You will notice there is a bindrune for every occcasion. If you do not see one you need, let me know, there are many more runes than listed here. I hope you will take advantage of this opportunity because I only get into the mood to make bindrunes every once in a blue moon.


You will notice these are made into pendants. The willow bindrunes can also be turned into necklaces but I am not to adapt at using a drill. I hope you will take advantage of this opportunity. Bindrunes are ancient and very, very powerful.


You can leave your request here but do not include your personal mailing address. I will contact you for that. Or you can email your request to I hope you will take advantage of this offering, like I said it don’t come around very often. And not to mention tese days and times, everyone could use a protection bindrune just to carry with them.