Witchcraft/Magickal Correspondence Digest for Monday

From mycrystalaura.com.au

Moon-day
Planet: Moon.
Colours: Silver, White and Grey.
Metal: Silver.
Crystals: Moonstone, Pearl, AquamarineSelenite.

From Angel Fire

Moon: psychic pursuits, psychology, dreams/astral travel, imagination, women’s mysteries, reincarnation, short trips, women, children, the public, domestic concerns, emotions, fluids, magick, spirituality, nursing, all things pertaining to water and bodies of water, antiques, trip planning, household activities, initiation, astrology, new-age pursuits, archetypes, totem animals, shapeshifting, religious experience

MONDAY: The day of the Moon.

Any rituals focused on creativity, insight and hidden wisdom are reccommended.

This is also a good day to attune with the Goddess and her energies.

Moon Rituals: Conceptual, self-inspiration, psychic ability, inspiration, change.

Element: Water

Colour: White

Number: 9

From witchswap.com

Monday is associated with the planetary correspondence of the Moon

Zodiac sign of Cancer

Elemental correspondence of Water.

This makes it an especially auspicious day to work on anything dealing with psychic abilities (enhancing, channeling, divination), emotions, intuition, fertility, healing and dream work. I

Candle magick spell on this day, using blue, grey or white will work wonderfully.

Gods/Goddess associations include Hekate, Selene, Aegir and Thoth.

Angel association: Gabriel.

If you work with any of these deities or this angel, then a devotional spell and offering to them would be well-timed.

From whats-your-sign.com

The angel Gabriel gets busy on this day.  In Hebrew, his name means ‘God is my strength’.  Mondays are aligned with the Moon in astrology.  The angel Gabriel, the Moon and Mondays are entangled in some pretty intense symbolism. First, the Moon is symbolic of creativity, intuition and birth. When I say birth, it isn’t exclusive to childbirth (but is certainly applies).  The process of birth can also apply to the launch of a new project, the birth of a new idea, the conception of a new creative endeavor, etc.  Interestingly, Mondays are commonly considered the birth of a new workweek.  So where does Gabriel fit in with all the birthing symbolism? Gabriel was considered the top liaison between heaven and humans.  He was often called upon to deliver (birth) new insights to humanity.

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