Full Moons and Their Spells

Full Moons and Their Spells
January – Wolf Moon
Spells and Rituals:

Spells involving organization, ambition, career, politics; healing for the knees, bones, teeth, skin.

 

February – Ice Moon
Spells and Rituals:

Spells involving science, freedom, friendship, breaking of bad habits or addictions; healing for the calves, ankles, blood.

 

March – Crow Moon
Spells and Rituals:

Spells involving music, art, telepathy, dreams; healing for the feet and lymph glands.

 

April – Planter’s Moon
Spells and Rituals:

Spells involving authority, rebirth, leadership; healing for the face and head.

 

May – Flower Moon
Spells and Rituals:

Spells involving love, money, acquisition; healing for the throat and neck.

 

June – Strawberry Moon
Spells and Rituals:

Spells involving communication, writing, travel; healing for the arms, hands, and lungs.

 

July – Blood Moon
Spells and Rituals:

Spells involving the home and for honoring lunar gods and goddesses; healing for the chest and stomach.

 

August – Corn Moon
Spells and Rituals:

Spells involving authority, courage, fertility; healing for the upper back, spine, heart.

 

September – Harvest Moon
Spells and Rituals:

Spells involving employment, health, diet; healing for the intestines and nervous system.

 

October – Hunter’s Moon
Spells and Rituals:

Spells involving justice, unions, balance (spiritual and otherwise), artistry; healing for the lower back and kidneys.

 

November – Snow Moon
Spells and Rituals:

Spells involving power, psychic growth, sex; healing for the reproductive organs.

 

December – Cold Moon
Spells and Rituals:
Spells involving travel, sports, truth; animals; healing for the liver and thigh.

2 thoughts on “Full Moons and Their Spells

  1. As I do not make a habit of Working spells during the Full Moon, (I prefer to Use this time to celebrate spells which come to fruition, or doing some Moonbathing) I can still find some valuable suggestions here … rather than limiting these spells to the Full Moon of each month, I will add these ideas to a group of spells suitable for the month to which they have been associated here :^) And … should it Feel Proper, I will make it Work! A great post to get the Thoughts flowing!

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  2. Reblogged this on Writing Reconsidered and commented:
    For your weekend, a witchy writing prompt:

    Tell me the story of the August Corn Moon.

    Also, if you haven’t already, be sure to explore the greatness that is Witches of the Craft.

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