Goddess Calendar for February 2022 by Kimberly Moore

WELCOME FEBRUARY GODDESSES!

Notice how the seeds of your intentions are quickening. Embrace your FIERCE for the Year of the Tiger. Write an epic poem for Brigid. Spit some well-directed thunderbolts with OYA. Take a Star Bath with Nut. Undertake a new creative endeavor with Saraswati. Gift your friends and family readings with Tyche and Fortuna on St. Agatha’s Day. Track your cycles with Selene. Unfurl your deepest desires with Lalita Devi. Run through the forest with Diana. Light candles for the Ancestors and placate your hungry ghosts. Stoke your passions with Aphrodite. Bake sacrificial cakes for your next gathering with Fornax. Schedule a wellness check-up and honor good health with Hygeia.

Wishing you a magckal month! xo Kimberly 

FEBRUARY is Black History Month.

February 1, 2022 – New Moon in Aquarius – Lunar New Year! Happy Year of the Tiger!

February 1 – Brigid’s Day (Ways to Celebrate Brigid’s Day & Imbolc)

February 1 – 2 – Pagan Sabbat of Imbolc/Candlemas

February 2 – Goddess and Orisha OYA Feast Day as Our Lady of Candelaria

February 2 – Goddess and Orisha Yemoja Candomble Feast Day

February 2 – Feast Day of Maman Brigitte Vodoun lwa

February 2 – Feast of Egyptian Goddess Nut

February 3, 2022 – Mercury Stations Direct in Capricorn

February 4, 2022 – Ganesha Spring Jayanti

February 5, 2022 – Vasant Panchami (Hindu) – Saraswati Puja!

February 5 –  St. Agatha’s Day celebrating the Goddesses Tyche, Fortuna, & Wyrd (Divination & Fortune telling!)

February 5, 2022 – Day of Marian Devotion

February 6 – Aphrodite Feast Day

February 7 – Feast of Greek Moon Goddess Selene

February 8 – TARA Day

February 11 – Feast Day of Our Lady of Lourdes

February 12 – Festival of the Goddess Diana of the Wild & Artemis of the Meadow

February 12 – Runic half month of Sowulo (Sun, Light, Clarity)

February 13 – February 21 – Ancient Roman Festival Parentalia – Festival of the Ancestors and placation of the ghosts

February 13 – International Self Love Day

February 14 – Susan B. Anthony’s Birthday

February 14 – Valentine’s Day

February 15 – Nirvana Day – Mahayana Buddhist Festival – Anniversary of the death of Buddha

February 15 – Patricia Monaghan’s Birthday

February 16, 2022 – FULL MOON IN LEO

February 16, 2022 – Lalita Jayanti – Happy Birthday to the Hindu Goddess Lalita!

February 16 – Ancient Roman Festival of the Goddess Victoria – Victory

February 17 – Ancient Roman Festival of Fornicalia – Celebrating the Roman Goddess Fornax, the personification of the oven

February 18, 2022 – Sun Enters Pisces

February 18 – Sepandārmazgān – Ancient Iranian Women’s Festival celebrated to show love for Mothers and Wives

February 18 – March 17 – Celtic Tree Calendar – NION – ASH

February 22 – Feast of the Roman Goddess Concordia, embodiment of agreement

February 26 – Day of Greek Goddess Hygeia – Goddess of Health and Wellness

February 26 – Day of Egyptian Goddess Nut

February 27 – Runic half month of Teiwaz (Creator, Right Action)

February 28 – Moira Mathers’ Birthday

From themotherhouseofthegoddess.com

February 2022 PAGAN CELEBRATION & HOLIDAY CALENDAR

1-2 – IMBOLC/CANDLEMAS

Celtic pagan holiday marking the beginning of spring. Christians refer to it as the feast day of Saint Brigid.

1 – 2 – Feburalia

Honoring the God Februus, Roman God of death and purification.

11 – VELES

Rodnovery God

15 – Lupercalia

Festival in Ancient Rome to purify the city, promoting health and fertility.

18 – MARCH 17 – CELTIC MONTH ASH MOON

(Most websites I checked have the full Moon falling on February 16, 2022)

The ash is strength and power. Learn how to make a besom from ash. Pan’s day.

21: Parentalia

Ancient Roman time to honor the ancestors.

From celebratepaganholidays.com

February 5, 2022 Daily Correspondence Digest for the Daily and Birthday Horoscopes

Click here for Georgia Nicols’ Daily Horoscopes

Moon Alert

There are no restrictions to shopping or important decisions today. The Moon is in Aries.

Aries (March 21-April 19)

Today with the Moon in your sign dancing with Saturn, you’re in the right frame of mind to do serious planning. You’re willing to accept duties and responsibilities, and put them before your own wants and needs. “Let’s get this done!”

Taurus (April 20-May 20)

Very likely, today you prefer being alone with your thoughts and feelings not because you are depressed, but because you desire to be calm and reflective. You’re not in the mood for frivolous hijinks. Some of you might have to take care of someone else today.

Gemini (May 21-June 20)

Someone older or more experienced than you might have excellent advice for you today. (This is good timing because you’re in the mood to listen.) This is the beginning of the year, and you want to think about your future goals. This is wise. Goals help to keep you on track.

Cancer (June 21-July 22)

Discussions with parents, bosses or the police will go well today because everyone is in a serious frame of mind. Everyone wants to accomplish something or expedite matters in an efficient way. This is why you too, will take a careful approach to everything that you do.

Leo (July 23-Aug. 22)

This is the perfect day to study because you are in a serious frame of mind, and you have the perseverance and the concentration necessary to learn and absorb new information. Knowledge enriches your world. Why not stand on the shoulders of those who have gone before you?

Virgo (Aug. 23-Sept. 22)

This is a good day to do some serious checking into matters about inheritances, shared property, taxes and debt because you have the patience to plow through these red-tape details. You won’t overlook anything. Possibly, you will discover useful information that will benefit you.

Libra (Sept. 23-Oct. 22)

This is an excellent day to benefit from the consultation of someone older or more experienced – someone you respect. This person might be someone who is close to you like a partner or close friend. Or they might be an expert? They might even be someone you encounter today in the general public. (Who knew?)

Scorpio (Oct. 23-Nov. 21)

This will be a productive day at work for you or for any task that you set yourself because you will be careful in whatever you do, and you will not make mistakes. You won’t go back and have to redo things. You’ll be like the wise carpenter: “Measure twice, cut once.”

Sagittarius (Nov. 22-Dec. 21)

Parents might sit down today and discuss their children’s education or the responsibilities of raising kids. Others will take a serious and practical approach to issues about sports, the entertainment world and social plans. You might also collect data for possible future vacations?

Capricorn (Dec. 22-Jan. 19)

Many people today will benefit from the advice of someone older and more experienced. (Let’s face it, who needs to reinvent the wheel?) Possibly, the wise, experienced person will be someone in your family, perhaps a parent? Or maybe you are the wise sage for someone else?

Aquarius (Jan. 20-Feb. 18)

This is a good day to consult someone older and learn something because your concentration is excellent; plus, duties and responsibilities are your top priority today. This is why you will be careful in your approach to everything that you do. (I’m impressed.)

Pisces (Feb. 19-March 20)

Because you are in a practical, frame of mind, this will affect your financial decisions. For example, if shopping, you will want to buy practical, long-lasting items. When it comes to money and your possessions, you will be cautious and careful.

If Your Birthday Is Today

Actor Henry Golding (1987) shares your birthday today. You are an excellent communicator who is intelligent and very active. You’re on the go. You are compassionate and find it rewarding to help others. This year you will work hard to construct and build things both in an external, tangible way, as well as internal structures within your world.

Click here to read anyone’s birthday horoscope 

FEBRUARY 5 birthday horoscope predicts that you are headstrong! As a young child, you had a will of your own. As you have gotten older, you have learned how to deal with your emotions. The star sign for February 5 is Aquarius. You have a mind of your own.

Your need for independence is foremost, however. Aquarius, you are also concerned with equality. This will perhaps take on new meaning, as you are super unique. February 5 horoscope shows that you tend to get bored easily.

When things are quiet, you feel the need to stir things up a bit. You have a captivating personality though you spend a lot of time by yourself. February 5 birthday personality are social butterflies.

Aquarius birthday for February 5 shows discipline, and you base your values on old spiritual beliefs. Although your ideas differ from your parents, you are immovable when it comes to certain moral codes.

You are honest, Aquarius and true to yourself. Your instinct serves you well, but you can be stubborn at times. On the other side, you are always willing to help others. The future of person who born on 5 February can be a blissful one.

Aquarians born today are more artistically inclined. Your vivid imagination turns your attention to the little things. Your muse for this new idea of yours could come from inspiring others! In search of yourself, you can express your inner thoughts with empathy for others.

You have a people’s personality. You are too friendlyAquarius. You will spark up a conversation with almost anyone about anything. Because you can do this, does not mean that you have many close friends. Sometimes, you like to be alone. You are suspect of being arrogant, but you are still a very delightful or entertaining person.

When it comes to your love life, if your expectations are not met with, there will be trouble. Maybe you should talk about that at the beginning of the relationship. February 5 zodiac shows that Aquarians tend to take it too far sometimes indulging in fruitless activities. We have free will, but we cannot forget that home comes first. You need to take care of your obligations.

February 5 birthday personality prefer to work alone as it allows them to be creative while they work. A suitable profession could be one who conducts surveys or researches evidence. You could even become a scientist. You can do a lot of things but handle your own money. Balancing your checkbook is not your best suit.

February 5 horoscope shows that you like to keep your personal life private and your business life on a business level. Concerning Aquarius and your dreams or aspirations, you like to have complete control over every aspect of your life. One of your goals is not to become emotionally attached to someone. You tend to maintain your distance.

But if it should happen, you then commit to a working relationship. Aquarius, you are afraid of opening up old wounds again, I know, but you have to put the past behind you and move forward. No one can be truly safe in the arms of another but you love, and you trust.

You have close family ties. February 5 birthday personality mature at a faster rate than other children do. You probably had an older sibling. You are a good parent yourself. Your modern set of rules merges with your parents values.

It makes you proud of the way things turned out. When you think about it, everything new was old, and everything old is new. History does have a way of repeating itself.

In conclusion, Aquarians with February 5 birthday can be sometimes infuriatingly and fickle people. Your stubborn streak is part of your charm. You are quite interesting to talk to or just to hang out with. Those born on this day value your independence. You cannot stand to be caged. Aquarians make great friends.

 

Famous People And Celebrities Born On February 5

Hank Aaron, Barbara Hershey, Kevin Gates, Christopher Guest, Jennifer Jason Leigh

See: Famous Celebrities Born On February 5

This Day That Year  – February 5 In History

1783 – 30,000 people killed in an earthquake in Calabria
1850 – Depressible keys are patented on the adding machine
1887 – It snows in San Francisco
1927 – Cutting down on Asian immigration, Congress overrides Wilson’s veto.

February 5 Kumbha Rashi (Vedic Moon Sign)

February 5 Chinese Zodiac TIGER

February 5 Birthday Planet

Your ruling planet is Uranus that symbolizes extensive changes, rebellion, and liberation.

February 5 Birthday Symbols

The Water Bearer Is The Symbol For The Aquarius Zodiac Sign

February 5 Birthday Tarot Card

Your Birthday Tarot Card is The Hierophant. This card symbolizes a need to make sacrifices for gaining knowledge. The Minor Arcana cards are Six of Swords and Knight of Swords.

February 5 Birthday Compatibility

You are most compatible with people born under Aries: A lively and enthusiastic match.

You are not compatible with people born under CapricornThis relationship is not harmonious.

See Also:

February 5 Lucky Numbers

Number 5 – This number stands for variety and the urge to be free.
Number 7 – This is a spiritual number that symbolizes deep thought, intuition, and silence.

Lucky Colors For February 5 Birthday

Green: This is a color that symbolizes rejuvenation, growth, and stability.
Lavender: This is a feminine color that symbolizes affection, grace, and modesty.

Lucky Days For February 5 Birthday

Saturday – This day ruled by Saturn stands for planning, organization, delays, and patience.
Wednesday – This day ruled by Mercury stands for catching up with people and improving communication.

February 5 Birthstone

Amethyst is a healing gemstone that helps you overcome all cravings and become more spiritual.

Ideal Zodiac Birthday Gifts For People Born On February 5

A video game console for the man and a quirky antique jewelry piece for the woman. The February 5 birthday horoscope predicts that you love traditional as well as modern stuff.

February 5, 2022 Daily Correspondence Digest for the Northern Hemisphere’s Moon Phase and Planetary Positions

You can use this link to go forward or backward in time for Moon phase information. If you are curious, you can even find out what phase the Moon was in when you or anyone else, you know was on the date the person was born.

From Moongiant.com

The Moon’s current phase for today and tonight is a Waxing Crescent Phase.  A Waxing Crescent is the first Phase after the New Moon and is a great time to see the features of the moon’s surface. During this phase the Moon can be seen in the wester sky after the sun dips below the horizon at sunset. The moon is close to the sun in the sky and mostly dark except for the right edge of the moon which becomes brighter as the days get closer to the next phase which is a First Quarter with a 50% illumination.

Visit the February 2022 Moon Phases Calendar to see all the daily moon phase for this month.

Today’s Waxing Crescent Phase

The Waxing Crescent on February 5 has an illumination of 21%. This is the percentage of the Moon illuminated by the Sun. The illumination is constantly changing and can vary up to 10% a day. On February 5 the Moon is 4.49 days old. This refers to how many days it has been since the last New Moon. It takes 29.53 days for the Moon to orbit the Earth and go through the lunar cycle of all 8 Moon phases.

The 8 Lunar Phases

There are 8 lunar phases the Moon goes through in its 29.53 days lunar cycle. The 4 major Moon phases are Full Moon, New Moon, First Quarter and Last Quarter. Between these major phases, there are 4 minor ones: the Waxing Crescent, Waxing Gibbous, Waning Gibbous and Waning Crescent. For more info on the Moon Cycle and on each phase check out Wikipedia Lunar Phase page.

Phase Details

Phase: Waxing Crescent
Illumination: 21%
Moon Age: 4.49 days
Moon Angle: 0.51
Moon Distance: 389,939.72 km
Sun Angle: 0.54
Sun Distance: 147,514,371.94 km

Useful Moon Resources

If you need to calculate the planetary positions for a specific use and time, click on this link

Currentplanetarypositions.com

To figure out GMT (Greenwich Mean Time) to your local time use this link

For Your Local Time and Date

Northwestern Hemisphere

The time for this Custom Planetary Positions is from the local time in Los Angeles, California, USA

February 05, 2022
12:00 am GMT 4:00 PM PST
Zodiac: Tropical (Standard Western)

Sun:16 Aquarius 09
Moon:05 Aries 01
Mercury:24 Capricorn 25
Venus:11 Capricorn 56
Mars:08 Capricorn 21
Jupiter:08 Pisces 08
Saturn:15 Aquarius 58
Uranus:10 Taurus 57
Neptune:21 Pisces 33
Pluto:27 Capricorn 05
True Lunar Node:28 Taurus 04 Rx
Mean Lunar Node:27 Taurus 41 Rx
Lilith (Black Moon):22 Gemini 21
Chiron:09 Aries 25
Ceres:29 Taurus 25
Pallas:26 Pisces 49
Juno:01 Aquarius 13
Vesta:13 Capricorn 03
Eris:23 Aries 45
Fire:3
Earth:9
Air:4
Water:3
Cardinal:8
Fixed:7
Mutable:4

 

Northern Hemisphere

The time for this Custom Planetary Positions is from the local time in Chicago, Illinois, USA

February 05, 2022
10:00 pm GMT 4:00 PM CST
Zodiac: Tropical (Standard Western)

Sun:17 Aquarius 05
Moon:16 Aries 56
Mercury:24 Capricorn 34
Venus:12 Capricorn 10
Mars:09 Capricorn 02
Jupiter:08 Pisces 21
Saturn:16 Aquarius 04
Uranus:10 Taurus 58
Neptune:21 Pisces 35
Pluto:27 Capricorn 06
True Lunar Node:27 Taurus 59 Rx
Mean Lunar Node:27 Taurus 38 Rx
Lilith (Black Moon):22 Gemini 27
Chiron:09 Aries 27
Ceres:29 Taurus 32
Pallas:27 Pisces 08
Juno:01 Aquarius 35
Vesta:13 Capricorn 32
Eris:23 Aries 45
Fire:3
Earth:9
Air:4
Water:3
Cardinal:8
Fixed:7
Mutable:4

Northeastern Hemisphere

The time for this Custom Planetary Positions is from the local time in Frankfurt, Germany, Europe

5 February 2022
03:00 pm GMT 4:00 PM CEST
Zodiac: Tropical (Standard Western)

Sun:16 Aquarius 47
Moon:13 Aries 11
Mercury:24 Capricorn 30
Venus:12 Capricorn 06
Mars:08 Capricorn 49
Jupiter:08 Pisces 17
Saturn:16 Aquarius 02
Uranus:10 Taurus 58
Neptune:21 Pisces 35
Pluto:27 Capricorn 06
True Lunar Node:28 Taurus 00 Rx
Mean Lunar Node:27 Taurus 39 Rx
Lilith (Black Moon):22 Gemini 25

Chiron:09 Aries 27

Ceres:29 Taurus 30
Pallas:27 Pisces 02
Juno:01 Aquarius 28
Vesta:13 Capricorn 22
Eris:23 Aries 45

Fire:3
Earth:9
Air:4
Water:3
Cardinal:8
Fixed:7
Mutable:4

Worldwide February 2022 Holidays

(Sorry, this is a few days late.)

Holiday date Holiday name Holiday location Holiday type
Tue, February 1 Federal Territory Day Malaysia (KUL, LBN, PJY) Common Local Holiday
Tue, February 1 Work Naked Day Unofficial (Work & Occupation)
Tue, February 1 Day of Remembrance and Respect to Victims of the Communist Regime Bulgaria Observance
Tue, February 1 National Freedom Day United States Observance
Tue, February 1 Abolition of Slavery Mauritius Public Holiday
Tue, February 1 National Heroes’ Day Rwanda Public Holiday
Tue, February 1 Black History Month Multiple [Show] Observance
Tue, February 1 National Get Up Day Unofficial (Lifestyle)
Tue, February 1 National Serpent Day Unofficial (Animals)
Tue, February 1 Chinese New Year Multiple [Show] Multiple Types
Tue, February 1 Chinese Lunar New Year’s Day Multiple [Show] Multiple Types
Tue, February 1 Lunar New Year (First Day) Macau Public Holiday
Tue, February 1 Lunar New Year’s Day Mongolia Public Holiday
Tue, February 1 Seollal South Korea Public Holiday
Tue, February 1 Chinese New Year’s Day Taiwan National Holiday
Tue, February 1 Vietnamese New Year Vietnam National Holiday
Wed, February 2 Candlemas Mexico Observance
Wed, February 2 Feast of Candelaria Bolivia Observance
Wed, February 2 Groundhog Day Multiple [Show] Unofficial (Animals)
Wed, February 2 World Wetlands Day International (Nature & Environment)
Wed, February 2 Day of the Crêpe Unofficial (Food & Drinks)
Wed, February 2 Play Your Ukulele Day Unofficial (Hobby & CreativityArt & Entertainment)
Wed, February 2 National Heavenly Hash Day Unofficial (Food & Drinks)
Wed, February 2 National Tater Tot Day Unofficial (Food & Drinks)
Wed, February 2 National Girls and Women in Sports Day Unofficial (Sports)
Wed, February 2 Spring Festival Golden Week holiday China National Holiday
Wed, February 2 Second day of Chinese Lunar New Year Multiple [Show] Multiple Types
Wed, February 2 Lunar New Year (Second Day) Macau Public Holiday
Wed, February 2 Second Day of Lunar New Year Mongolia Public Holiday
Wed, February 2 Seollal Holiday South Korea Public Holiday
Wed, February 2 Chinese New Year Holiday 1 Taiwan National Holiday
Wed, February 2 Tet holiday Vietnam National Holiday
Thu, February 3 Our Lady of Suyapa Honduras Observance
Thu, February 3 Commemoration of the Batepá Massacre Sao Tome and Principe Public Holiday
Thu, February 3 Mozambican Heroes Day Mozambique Public Holiday
Thu, February 3 National Day the Music Died Day Unofficial (Art & Entertainment)
Thu, February 3 National Carrot Cake Day Unofficial (Food & Drinks)
Thu, February 3 National Missing Persons Day Unofficial (Awareness & Cause)
Thu, February 3 National Women Physicians Day Unofficial (Work & Occupation)
Thu, February 3 Spring Festival Golden Week holiday China Common Local Holiday
Thu, February 3 Third day of Chinese Lunar New Year Multiple [Show] Multiple Types
Thu, February 3 Lunar New Year (Third Day) Macau Public Holiday
Thu, February 3 Third Day of Lunar New Year Mongolia Public Holiday
Thu, February 3 Chinese New Year Holiday 2 Taiwan National Holiday
Thu, February 3 Tet holiday Vietnam National Holiday
Fri, February 4 World Cancer Day International (Awareness & CauseHealth & Body)
Fri, February 4 Farmer’s Day Taiwan Observance
Fri, February 4 National Day Sri Lanka Public Holiday
Fri, February 4 Liberation Movement Day Angola Public Holiday
Fri, February 4 Stuffed Mushroom Day Unofficial (Food & Drinks)
Fri, February 4 Rosa Parks Day United States (California, Missouri) Local Observance
Fri, February 4 National Hemp Day Unofficial (Nature & Environment)
Fri, February 4 National Thank a Mail Carrier Day Unofficial (Work & Occupation)
Fri, February 4 National Homemade Soup Day Unofficial (Food & Drinks)
Fri, February 4 National Create a Vacuum day Unofficial (Science)
Fri, February 4 National Wear Red Day United States Unofficial (Health & Body)
Fri, February 4 Bubble Gum Day Unofficial (Fun & Joy)
Fri, February 4 Vasant Panchami India Multiple Types
Fri, February 4 Spring Festival Golden Week holiday China Common Local Holiday
Fri, February 4 Chinese New Year Holiday 3 Taiwan National Holiday
Fri, February 4 Tet holiday Vietnam National Holiday
Sat, February 5 Unity Day Burundi Public Holiday
Sat, February 5 Kashmir Day Pakistan Public Holiday
Sat, February 5 Chocolate Fondue Day Unofficial (Food & Drinks)
Sat, February 5 Feast of St Agatha San Marino National Holiday
Sat, February 5 World Nutella Day Unofficial (Food & Drinks)
Sat, February 5 National Shower with a Friend Day Unofficial (Fun & Joy)
Sat, February 5 National Weatherperson’s Day Unofficial (Work & Occupation)
Sat, February 5 Ice Cream for Breakfast Day Unofficial (Fun & JoyFood & Drinks)
Sat, February 5 Spring Festival Golden Week holiday China Common Local Holiday
Sat, February 5 Chinese New Year Holiday 4 Taiwan National Holiday
Sat, February 5 Tet holiday Vietnam National Holiday
Sun, February 6 Waitangi Day New Zealand National Holiday
Sun, February 6 The Saami people’s day Norway Flag Day
Sun, February 6 National Lame Duck Day Unofficial (Work & Occupation)
Sun, February 6 National Frozen Yogurt Day Unofficial (Food & Drinks)
Sun, February 6 International Day of Zero Tolerance for Female Genital Mutilation International (Health & Body)
Sun, February 6 Spring Festival Golden Week holiday China Common Local Holiday
Mon, February 7 Independence Day Grenada Public Holiday
Mon, February 7 e-Day Unofficial (Education & Reading)
Mon, February 7 National Periodic Table Day Unofficial (Education & ReadingScience)
Mon, February 7 National Send a Card to a Friend Day Unofficial (Relationships & Family)
Mon, February 7 National Fettuccine Alfredo Day Unofficial (Food & Drinks)
Mon, February 7 National Football Hangover Day Unofficial (Sports)
Mon, February 7 Day off for Constitution Day Mexico National Holiday
Mon, February 7 Waitangi Day observed New Zealand National Holiday
Tue, February 8 Prešeren Day Slovenia National Holiday
Tue, February 8 Laugh and Get Rich Day Unofficial (Fun & Joy)
Tue, February 8 National Boy Scouts Day Unofficial (Hobby & Creativity)
Tue, February 8 National Kite Flying Day Unofficial (Fun & Joy)
Tue, February 8 Safer Internet Day International (Products & Technology )
Tue, February 8 National Sports Day Qatar Public Holiday
Wed, February 9 St Maron’s Day Lebanon Public Holiday
Wed, February 9 National Pizza Day Unofficial (Food & Drinks)
Wed, February 9 National Toothache Day Unofficial (Health & Body)
Wed, February 9 National Bagel and Lox Day Unofficial (Food & Drinks)
Thu, February 10 Feast of Saint Paul’s Shipwreck Malta National Holiday
Thu, February 10 National Umbrella Day Unofficial (Products & Technology )
Thu, February 10 National Cream Cheese Brownie Day Unofficial (Food & Drinks)
Fri, February 11 National Foundation Day Japan National Holiday
Fri, February 11 Anniversary of the foundation of Vatican City Holy See (Vatican City) National Holiday
Fri, February 11 World Day of the Sick International (Awareness & CauseHealth & Body)
Fri, February 11 Armed Forces Day Liberia Public Holiday
Fri, February 11 Youth Day Cameroon Public Holiday
Fri, February 11 National Make a Friend Day Unofficial (Relationships & Family)
Fri, February 11 National Don’t Cry Over Spilled Milk Day Unofficial (Lifestyle)
Fri, February 11 National White Shirt Day Unofficial (Lifestyle)
Fri, February 11 National Shut-In Visitation Day Unofficial (Awareness & Cause)
Fri, February 11 National Peppermint Patty Day Unofficial (Food & Drinks)
Fri, February 11 National Inventors’ Day Unofficial (Products & Technology )
Fri, February 11 Lincoln’s Birthday observed United States (CT, IL, MO, NY) State Holiday
Fri, February 11 International Day of Women and Girls in Science International (Science)
Fri, February 11 Revolution Day Iran National Holiday
Sat, February 12 Union Day Myanmar Public Holiday
Sat, February 12 Darwin Day Unofficial (Nature & EnvironmentScience)
Sat, February 12 Lincoln’s Birthday United States (Florida) Multiple Types
Sat, February 12 National Plum Pudding Day Unofficial (Food & Drinks)
Sun, February 13 World Radio Day International (Products & Technology )
Sun, February 13 National Cheddar Day Unofficial (Food & Drinks)
Sun, February 13 National Tortellini Day Unofficial (Food & Drinks)
Sun, February 13 Mother’s Day Norway Observance
Mon, February 14 St. Valentine’s Day Czech Republic Observance
Mon, February 14 Valentine’s Day Multiple [Show] Observance
Mon, February 14 Library Lovers Day Unofficial (Education & Reading)
Mon, February 14 Statehood Day in Arizona United States (Arizona) Local Observance
Mon, February 14 National Organ Donor Day Unofficial (Awareness & CauseHealth & Body)
Mon, February 14 National Ferris Wheel Day Unofficial (Products & Technology )
Mon, February 14 National Cream-Filled Chocolates Day Unofficial (Food & Drinks)
Mon, February 14 National Clean Out Your Computer Day Unofficial (Products & Technology Activity & Action)
Mon, February 14 Royal Hobart Regatta Australia (Tasmania*) State Holiday
Tue, February 15 Parinirvana Day Buddhist
Tue, February 15 National Flag of Canada Day Canada Observance
Tue, February 15 Total Defense Day Singapore Observance
Tue, February 15 Statehood Day of the Republic of Serbia Serbia National Holiday
Tue, February 15 Day of Ashakalia Kosovo Observance
Tue, February 15 Susan B Anthony’s Birthday United States (Ca , Fl , Ny , Wi) Local Observance
Tue, February 15 Singles Awareness Day Unofficial (Relationships & Family)
Tue, February 15 National Gumdrop Day Unofficial (Food & DrinksFun & Joy)
Tue, February 15 Susan B. Anthony’s Birthday United States (CA, FL, NY, WI) Local Observance
Tue, February 15 Lantern Festival Multiple [Show] Observance
Tue, February 15 Birthday of Imam Ali Iran National Holiday
Tue, February 15 Tourism Day Taiwan Observance
Wed, February 16 Statehood Day of the Republic of Serbia (Day 2) Serbia National Holiday
Wed, February 16 Birth date of Kim Jong Il North Korea Public Holiday
Wed, February 16 Restoration of the State Lithuania National Holiday
Wed, February 16 Remembrance of Archbishop Janani Luwum Uganda Public Holiday
Wed, February 16 National Almond Day Unofficial (Food & Drinks)
Wed, February 16 National Do A Grouch a Favor Day Unofficial (Weird & Obscure)
Wed, February 16 Elizabeth Peratrovich Day United States (Alaska) Local Observance
Thu, February 17 Independence Day of the Republic of Kosovo Kosovo Official Holiday
Thu, February 17 Libyan Revolution Day Libya Public Holiday
Thu, February 17 National Random Acts of Kindness Day Unofficial (Activity & Action)
Thu, February 17 National Cabbage Day Unofficial (Food & Drinks)
Fri, February 18 Independence Day Gambia Public Holiday
Fri, February 18 National Drink Wine Day Unofficial (Food & Drinks)
Fri, February 18 National Battery Day Unofficial (Products & Technology )
Fri, February 18 National Crab Stuffed Flounder Day Unofficial (Food & Drinks)
Fri, February 18 National Caregivers Day Unofficial (Work & Occupation)
Sat, February 19 Shivaji Jayanti India Restricted Holiday
Sat, February 19 State Flag of Turkmenistan Day Turkmenistan Public Holiday
Sat, February 19 Chinese Spring Festival Mauritius Public Holiday
Sat, February 19 Constantin Brancusi Day Romania Observance
Sat, February 19 National Lash Day Unofficial (Health & BodyLifestyle)
Sat, February 19 National Chocolate Mint Day Unofficial (Food & Drinks)
Sun, February 20 World Day of Social Justice International (Awareness & Cause)
Sun, February 20 Hoodie Hoo Day Unofficial (Weird & Obscure)
Sun, February 20 National Love Your Pet Day Unofficial (Animals)
Sun, February 20 National Cherry Pie Day Unofficial (Food & Drinks)
Mon, February 21 International Mother Language Day International (Education & Reading)
Mon, February 21 Father Lini Day Vanuatu Public Holiday
Mon, February 21 Language Martyrs’ Day Bangladesh Public Holiday
Mon, February 21 King Harald V’s day Norway Flag Day
Mon, February 21 National Sticky Bun Day Unofficial (Food & Drinks)
Mon, February 21 Presidents’ Day Multiple [Show] Multiple Types
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From HolidaysCalendar.com

The Proper Timing for Magick

Timing is one of the most important things to consider when doing magick. Astrology can be likened to a great cosmic clock. It reflects the cycles and rhythms of nature. The proper alignment of the stars, the sun, the moon, and the planets should all be taken into consideration. Does this sound complex? I assure you it is not as complicated as it may sound. In fact, this may reduced to two things: the days of the week and the cycles of the moon.

The seven planets rule the seven days of the week. The names even derive from the planets in many different languages. In English these come from the names of the Norse planetary deities. Sunday is the day of the Sun; Monday is the day of the moon; Tuesday is the day of Tue (Mars) ; Wednesday is the day of Wodan (Mercury) ; Thursday is the day of Thor (Jupiter) ; Friday is the day of Freya (Venus) ; and Saturday is the day of Saturn. Therefore, for maximum astrological benefit, a love spell should be done on Friday, the day of Venus (planet ruling love) . In the same way, magick involving education may be done on Wednesday, which is ruled by Mercury. The planetary correspondences are as follows:

The Sun rules Sunday and is good for Success, luck, spirituality, knowledge, and healing. The moon rules on Mondays. This is a good time to do spells for intuition, dreams, astral travel, and communication with spirits. Mars rules on Tuesdays. It is a good time for effective magick involving battle, conflicts, protection, strength, overcoming adversity, and binding.

Mercury is the planet presiding over Wednesdays. This is a time for rituals for education, knowledge, divination, communication, and healing. Thursday is the day of Jupiter, and governs success, prosperity, luck, and leadership. Venus dominated on Fridays and can bring love, romance, heal relationships, and grant new friends. Saturday is governed by the baleful influence of Saturn. This planet grants protection, destruction, binding, curses, purification, and overcoming weakness.

In addition to the seven days of the week, the seven planets also rule the hours in the day. There are several different methods to calculating the planetary hours. One of these involves following the hours from sunrise to sunrise; another divides the hours between sunrise and sunset and divides them into 12 sections and the same is done for the period between sunsets. To avoid all the math and difficulty, a very simple and effective system omits this and simply uses the 24 hours from midnight to midnight. This has worked wonderfully for me and I see no reason to list the other methods. If you would like to examine other methods for calculating planetary hours, that information is readily available online or in other books on magick. For simplicity, just know that the planet for the day also rules the hour at 6 am, 1 pm, and 8 pm.

Now, to illustrate this, let us take an example. If you wanted to do a love spell, it would be a good idea to do this on Friday (the day of Venus) at 8 pm (the hour of Venus) . This acts as a magickal doorway in which the proper astrological conditions are right. In this way the magus moves with the cycles and the rhythms of nature. If one were to bind (or restrict) someone from causing harm to others, Saturday at 6 am would be a good time. The days and hours should be at least partially memorized. The easiest way to do this is to simply memorize which planets rule each day and to simply remember that the planet for that day also rules at 6 am, 1 pm, and 8 pm. In this way, it will not be necessary to look this up every time one wishes to do a spell!

The phases of the moon also have an important impact on the effectiveness of magick. The waxing (growing) phase and the full moon are good from creative magick and bringing things into your life; the waning (decreasing) phase and the new moon are used for destructive spells and getting rid of things in your life. This is the most stressed point in ritual timing in the Wiccan tradition.

The concept of moving with the phases of the moon is very ancient and is found in many different cultures. This can be seen as a more important element in timing than anything else. It is much better to go with the phases of the moon on the wrong day than to do it on the right day of the week and the wrong lunar phase. This aspect of magickal timing should not be over-looked. The full and new moons are peaks of the creative and destructive cycles. The mid-way points (the half moons during increase and decrease) are also times of great magickal power.

The last aspect of ritual timing is the moon sign. The moon passes through the 12 signs of the zodiac, remaining in each sign only for a few days. This is not as important a consideration as the other 2 timing concerns. Nonetheless, this can lend power to rituals and spells. When the moon is in an Earth sign (Taurus, Virgo, and Capricorn) are good for financial concerns; when the sign is in an Air sign (Gemini, Libra, and Aquarius) are ideal for education and spells consistent with the characteristics of the element of Air. When the sign is in a Water sign (Cancer, Scorpio, and Pisces) it is a great time for spells that are connected to the Element of water and to emotions, artistry, and relationships; While the moon is in a Fire sign (Aries, Leo, and Sagittarius) it is a good time to do rituals of a fiery nature.

The individual characteristics of the sign (rather than just the element) should also be considered. This is not a very important aspect to magickal timing, so don’t stress too much over it. As I said before, though, utilizing this can only help and never hinder!

There are other lesser aspects to astrological timing. These would include the weather and the current Sun sign. The reason Sun signs are rarely considered is not so much that it is a weak influence, but rather that it is not practical to wait months just to do a spell, when it will probably no longer even be needed or be too late. This could also be a great aid if followed.

Weather is an issue as well. Storms are usually great for magick because it is a time of great elemental power. Furthermore, if one is doing a ritual involving the Sun, this should be done during the day and when it is sunny. One would assume this would go without saying. On the contrary, however, many people fail to recognize this simple concept. After all, it is only common sense. Thus, weather and the Sun sign can lend a lot of extra power to spells, if you would only harness that power with the use of correct ritual timing.

Now that this has all been laid down and explained, let us take another example to make sure these concepts are well understood. Let us say that someone is looking for a new job and decides to do some magick to help the job search. The moon should be waxing (this is for bringing things into your life) and the spell may be done on a Thursday (the day of Jupiter) at 1 pm (the hour of Jupiter) on a cloudy day because Jupiter is a sky god. The moon should also be in the sign of Capricorn. This would be an extremely good time for such a spell. The conditions are perfect.

Does timing have to be followed? Of course not! In the preceding example, the job is probably needed immediately. It would be foolish to wait for the right conditions during such an emergency. Do spells whenever they are needed. However, WHEN IT IS CONVENIENT, the astrological conditions should be considered. If a spell can wait for the perfect conditions, then great. If they spell can wait a few days for the right day ruled by the proper planet, that is good too. But if the spell can’t wait that long, then do it now. The spell can be repeated when the stars, sun, and moon are aligned right if needed. The spell will still work. The point is lending extra power to your spells. That’s it.

Following the cycles and rhythms of nature is also another way of aligning oneself with the universe. In the ancient Mystery Traditions, from which magick derives, Man was seen as a reflection of the cosmos. One is moving in accordance with the universe. We are moving with the tides of nature. Can magick be done against these cycles and still be effective? Sure. But it is like swimming against a current. Why not “ride with the tide”? It may even carry you a ways if you would only let go and let the currents of the Great Mother take you. Thus, in magick we try to follow the ways of Nature. Magick is merely using Her ways.

Remember, that which separates the initiate from the vulgar is simply that the occultist is aware of the laws of the universe and uses them to his or her advantage while others do not use this power that lies in their hands.

HEALING CHARM TO BANISH SICKNESS

HEALING CHARM TO BANISH SICKNESS

A charm to banish sickness is make by placing a gold coin in a glass of red wine.
Put this beneath the stars and waning moon for three nights, and each night drink one
third of the wine to shrink your sickness until it’s gone. This originated in rural Welsh regions,
with some similar spells appearing in Scotland and England.

Planetary retrogrades are gone, so get ready to manifest your dreams

Sorry I got this up

Sound the alarm! Bust out your Google cals! Dust off your vision board!

You will now be entering the gate to clear astrological skies! Beginning Feb. 3, 2022, at 5:13 p.m. (EST), all planets in our solar system will be awake — or direct! This is major for a few different reasons.

From tonight through April 29, 2022, at 8:38 a.m. (EST), you’ll have an easier time making things happen — both personally and professionally. That’s nearly three months! Let’s take a peek into what that can mean for you.

What’s a retrograde?

If you’ve followed the basics of astrology, you’ve heard of the dreaded term “retrograde.” Mercury retrogrades are the most common, as they happen several times a year. However, contrary to popular belief, a retrograde does not mean it’s the end of the world or that you have an excuse to be crazy, chaotic or a downright trash human being.

Planetary retrogrades are optical illusions from our viewpoint on Earth, but they do have very real effects on our daily lives. Whichever principles the planet rules will end up being reviewed and reassessed; we also tend to see delays and stagnation around those themes. Situations and people from the past often pop back up during retrogrades, too. Oh, and you can actually use retrogrades for good!

Let’s get moving!

When retrogrades are taking place, we inevitably have a slower pace to life. However, as soon as Feb. 3 hits, we’ll be back on track and gaining speed! Mercury, the planet of communication and the mind, will quickly pick up the pace — and that means our lives will pick up the pace, too. Venus, the planet of relationships, will also have recently grabbed an espresso and jolted back to life. This means all of the delays, stagnation and hiccups you’ve experienced since early December will start to fade from view.

Make that money

Use the time ahead to focus on your finances, business plans and career goals. You’ll be able to pivot directions and be more confident in a path forward. All financial decisions, investments and purchases will be made on firmer ground — but, as always, be sure to consult a financial consultant or accountant about your choices if you do not previously have experience making them.

Open your heart to love

With Venus and Mars direct within the sky, this means we will see our relationships move forward once again. If you’ve been hoping for that ex to return, sorry: That ship has likely sailed and ..

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February 5 Astronomy Picture of the Day

Discover the cosmos! Each day a different image or photograph of our fascinating universe is featured, along with a brief explanation written by a professional astronomer.

2022 February 5

Symbiotic R Aquarii

Image Credit: X-ray: NASA/CXC/SAO/R. Montez et al.; Optical: Data: NASA/ESA/STScI, Processing: Judy Schmidt (CC BY-NC-SA)

Explanation: Variable star R Aquarii is actually an interacting binary star system, two stars that seem to have a close symbiotic relationship. Centered in this space-based optical/x-ray composite image it lies about 710 light years away. The intriguing system consists of a cool red giant star and hot, dense white dwarf star in mutual orbit around their common center of mass. With binoculars you can watch as R Aquarii steadily changes its brightness over the course of a year or so. The binary system’s visible light is dominated by the red giant, itself a Mira-type long period variable star. But material in the cool giant star’s extended envelope is pulled by gravity onto the surface of the smaller, denser white dwarf, eventually triggering a thermonuclear explosion, blasting material into space. Astronomers have seen such outbursts over recent decades. Evidence for much older outbursts is seen in these spectacular structures spanning almost a light-year as observed by the Hubble Space Telescope (in red and blue). Data from the Chandra X-ray Observatory (in purple) shows the X-ray glow from shock waves created as a jet from the white dwarf strikes surrounding material.

February 4 Astronomy Picture of the Day

Discover the cosmos! Each day a different image or photograph of our fascinating universe is featured, along with a brief explanation written by a professional astronomer.

2022 February 4

Moons at Twilight

Image Credit & Copyright: Robert Fedez

Explanation: Even though Jupiter was the only planet visible in the evening sky on February 2, it shared the twilight above the western horizon with the Solar System’s brightest moons. In a single exposure made just after sunset, the Solar System’s ruling gas giant is at the upper right in this telephoto field-of-view from Cancun, Mexico. The snapshot also captures our fair planet’s own natural satellite in its young crescent phase. The Moon’s disk looms large, its familiar face illuminated mostly by earthshine. But the four points of light lined-up with Jupiter are Jupiter’s own large Galilean moons. Top to bottom are Ganymede, [Jupiter], Io, Europa, and Callisto. Ganymede, Io, and Callisto are physically larger than Earth’s Moon while water world Europa is only slightly smaller.

February 3 Astronomy Picture of the Day

Discover the cosmos! Each day a different image or photograph of our fascinating universe is featured, along with a brief explanation written by a professional astronomer.

2022 February 3

Embraced by Sunlight

Image Credit & Copyright: Juan Luis Cánovas Pérez

Explanation: Even though Venus (left) was the brightest planet in the sky it was less than 1/30th the apparent size of the Moon on January 29. But as both rose before the Sun they shared a crescent phase, and for a moment their visible disks were each about 12 percent illuminated as they stood above the southeastern horizon. The similar sunlit crescents were captured in these two separate images. Made at different magnifications, each panel is a composite of stacked video frames taken with a small telescope. Venus goes through a range of phases like the Moon as the inner planet wanders from evening sky to morning sky and back again with a period of 584 days. Of course the Moon completes its own cycle of phases, a full lunation, in about 29.5 days.

5 February 2022 Daily Correspondence Digest for the Southern Hemisphere’s Moon Phase and Planetary Positions

You can use this link to go forward or backward in time for Moon phase information. If you are curious, you can even find out what phase the Moon was in when you or anyone else, you know was on the date the person was born.

From Moongiant.com

The Moon’s current phase for today and tonight is a Waxing Crescent Phase.  A Waxing Crescent is the first Phase after the New Moon and is a great time to see the features of the moon’s surface. During this phase the Moon can be seen in the wester sky after the sun dips below the horizon at sunset. The moon is close to the sun in the sky and mostly dark except for the right edge of the moon which becomes brighter as the days get closer to the next phase which is a First Quarter with a 50% illumination.

Visit the February 2022 Moon Phases Calendar to see all the daily moon phase for this month.

Today’s Waxing Crescent Phase

The Waxing Crescent on February 5 has an illumination of 21%. This is the percentage of the Moon illuminated by the Sun. The illumination is constantly changing and can vary up to 10% a day. On February 5 the Moon is 4.49 days old. This refers to how many days it has been since the last New Moon. It takes 29.53 days for the Moon to orbit the Earth and go through the lunar cycle of all 8 Moon phases.

The 8 Lunar Phases

There are 8 lunar phases the Moon goes through in its 29.53 days lunar cycle. The 4 major Moon phases are Full Moon, New Moon, First Quarter and Last Quarter. Between these major phases, there are 4 minor ones: the Waxing Crescent, Waxing Gibbous, Waning Gibbous and Waning Crescent. For more info on the Moon Cycle and on each phase check out Wikipedia Lunar Phase page.

Phase Details

Phase: Waxing Crescent
Illumination: 21%
Moon Age: 4.49 days
Moon Angle: 0.51
Moon Distance: 389,939.72 km
Sun Angle: 0.54
Sun Distance: 147,514,371.94 km

Useful Moon Resources

If you need to calculate the planetary positions for a specific use and time, click on this link

Currentplanetarypositions.com

To figure out GMT (Greenwich Mean Time) to your local time use this link

 For Your Local Time and Date

Southeastern Hemisphere

The time for this Custom Planetary Positions is from the local time in Sao Paulo, Brazil, South America

5 February 2022
08:00 pm GMT 5:00 PM BRT
Zodiac: Tropical (Standard Western)

Sun:17 Aquarius 00
Moon:15 Aries 52
Mercury:24 Capricorn 33
Venus:12 Capricorn 09
Mars:08 Capricorn 58
Jupiter:08 Pisces 20
Saturn:16 Aquarius 04
Uranus:10 Taurus 58
Neptune:21 Pisces 35
Pluto:27 Capricorn 06
True Lunar Node:27 Taurus 59 Rx
Mean Lunar Node:27 Taurus 38 Rx
Lilith (Black Moon):22 Gemini 26
Chiron:09 Aries 27
Ceres:29 Taurus 31
Pallas:27 Pisces 06
Juno:01 Aquarius 33
Vesta:13 Capricorn 29
Eris:23 Aries 45
Fire:3
Earth:9
Air:4
Water:3
Cardinal:8
Fixed:7
Mutable:4

 

Southern Hemisphere

The time for this Custom Planetary Positions is from the local time in Cape Town, South Africa

5 February 2022
03:00 pm GMT 5;00 PM SAST
Zodiac: Tropical (Standard Western)

Sun:16 Aquarius 47
Moon:13 Aries 11
Mercury:24 Capricorn 30
Venus:12 Capricorn 06
Mars:08 Capricorn 49
Jupiter:08 Pisces 17
Saturn:16 Aquarius 02
Uranus:10 Taurus 58
Neptune:21 Pisces 35
Pluto:27 Capricorn 06
True Lunar Node:28 Taurus 00 Rx
Mean Lunar Node:27 Taurus 39 Rx
Lilith (Black Moon):22 Gemini 25
Chiron:09 Aries 27
Ceres:29 Taurus 30
Pallas:27 Pisces 02
Juno:01 Aquarius 28
Vesta:13 Capricorn 22

Eris:23 Aries 45
Fire:3
Earth:9
Air:4
Water:3
Cardinal:8
Fixed:7
Mutable:4

Southwestern Hemisphere

The time for this Custom Planetary Positions is from the local time in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia 

5 February 2022
06:00 am GMT 5:00 PM AEDT
Zodiac: Tropical (Standard Western)

Sun:16 Aquarius 24
Moon:08 Aries 18
Mercury:24 Capricorn 27
Venus:12 Capricorn 00
Mars:08 Capricorn 32
Jupiter:08 Pisces 12
Saturn:16 Aquarius 00
Uranus:10 Taurus 57
Neptune:21 Pisces 34
Pluto:27 Capricorn 05
True Lunar Node:28 Taurus 02 Rx
Mean Lunar Node:27 Taurus 40 Rx
Lilith (Black Moon):22 Gemini 22
Chiron:09 Aries 26
Ceres:29 Taurus 27
Pallas:26 Pisces 54
Juno:01 Aquarius 19
Vesta:13 Capricorn 11
Eris:23 Aries 45
Fire:3
Earth:9
Air:4
Water:3
Cardinal:8
Fixed:7
Mutable:4