Goddess Calendar for February 2022 by Kimberly Moore


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

Goddess Calendar for February 2020 by Kimberly F. Moore

“The Sun’s path has returned to where it was at Samhain. Take some time to notice the quality of the light, for it is the same now as that shimmering magical glow of late October. But instead of the season of dark and silence before us, in the Northern Hemisphere, the season of light and growth lies ahead. And so we prepare ourselves with rites of renewal, cleansing, and commitment. We celebrate the first stirrings of Spring.” – Beth Owl’s Daughter, “The Days of Imbolc”

Welcome February!

While Spring Equinox marks the official start of Spring, there is another festival that marks the unofficial “stirrings” of Spring called Imbolc (celebrated February 1-2). It is the quickening of the Goddess as she prepares to cast off Winter and turn her energy to the renewal of Earth. Think of a seed deep within Gaia, the promise of new growth. This is the time when those seeds are quickening, preparing to burst, and eventually bloom into the fertility of Spring. The light grows as well, pulling us steadily out of the darkness of winter. We know Spring is coming even as we remain deep in the womb of Goddess. The church appropriated this ancient Feast and calls it Candlemas and it also coincides with our Beloved Goddess Brigid’s Day.

Here in the Northern Hemisphere, we are entering the in-between Winter time. Could be snow, could be a crocus. Could be 5 degrees, could be 50 degrees. HolyDays and celebrations mark another turn on the Goddess Wheel of the Year and usher in the early Spring festivals like Chinese New Year, Vasant Panchami (Saraswati’s birthday), and Ganesha’s Spring celebration that all occurred at the end of January.

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Goddess Calendar December 2018 by Kimberly F. Moore

Beginning with Winter Solstice (December 21 this year), the shortest day and longest night of the year, it is time for us to tend our light and plant seeds of luminous hope for the coming year. We gather with those we love, or even in the silence of winter, to fan the flames that will sustain us in the next few months as we keep the promise of Spring and new growth in our hearts.

We welcome the Goddesses of Winter

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Guiding Goddess and Lunar Horoscope for November 2020

November 2020 guides us into a space of duality and the gifts of transformation. This month, it is the dark love and dedication of the Egyptian Goddess Nephthys which guides our journey.

Nephthys is the Egyptian Goddess of the Dead, Divine Psychopomp, and the Keeper of the Hidden. In Egyptian mythology, she is the daughter of Geb and Nut, and sister to Osiris, Isis, and Set.  The mirror image of the Goddess Isis in both appearance and skill, she is at times considered to be the shadow side of her sister instead of a separate entity. She is consort and sister-wife of Set, the evil God of deserts, disorder, storms and violence. In later periods of antiquity, Nephthys is said to have consorted with Osiris to become mother of Anubis, the God of the Dead.

Nephthys is the Greek translation of the ancient Egyptian Nbt Hwt, and has been translated as  Mistress of the House, the house being the temple, tomb, or divine space. According to the Pyramid Texts, Nephthys was a powerful Goddess, before whom demons trembled in fear. Her magical spells and guidance were necessary for any soul navigating the various levels of Duat,…

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Goddess Calendar for November 2019 by Kimberly Moore

November 1 – All Saints Day

November 1 – Cailleach’s Day – Day of the Banshees

November 1 – Ancient Roman Festival honoring Pomona

November 2 – Día de los Muertos (although celebrations may begin 10/31)

November 2 – Feast Day of Santa Muerte (Santa Muerte is in Rituals of the Dark Goddess)

November 2 – All Souls Day

November 2 – White Tara Day

November 2, 2019 – Marian Devotion Day

November 3, 2019 – FALL BACK – Daylight Saving Ends

November 3 – Feast Day of St. Martin of Porres who syncretizes to the Orisha Eleggua

November 6 – Birthday of the Babylonian Goddess Tiamat – Primordial Goddess of the Sea

November 7, 2019 Astrological Samhain

November 8. 2019 Tulasi Vivah for the union of Krishna and the Goddess Tulsi (Holy Basil)

November 8 – Immaculate Conception

November 8 – Japanese Hearth Festival celebrating the Goddess Kamui Fuchi

November 8 – TARA Day

November 10 – Ancient Egyptian Month of Hathor begins (ends 12/9)

November 10 – Day of the Scottish Nicneven/Nicnevin (also Samhain Eve)

November 11 – Day of the Fairy Sidhe (Old Samhain)

November 11 – Day of Sacrificial Offerings to the Morrighan (Morrighan is in Meeting the Dark Goddess)

November 12, 2019 FULL MOON IN TAURUS at 8:35am (eastern time)

November 12, 2019 – Full Moon Feast of Baba Yaga (November Full Moon belongs to her – also in Meeting the Dark Goddess)

November 13 – Runic Half Month of Nyd/Nauthiz begins (Need)

November 16 – Thracian Hekate Night – Greek Goddess of Magic and Crossroads (Hekate Online Course)

November 20, 2019 – Mercury Stations Direct in Scorpio (Shadow ends 12/7)

November 20 – Day of Sekhmet and the Purifying Flame (Sekhmet Online Course)

November 22, 2019 – Sun enters Sagittarius

November 22 – Feast Day of St. Cecelia who syncretizes to the Orisha Goddess Oshun

November 24 – Day of Offerings to Sekhmet

November 25 – Feast Day of St. Catherine of Sienna who syncretizes to the Orisha Goddess Obba

November 25 – Celtic Tree Month of Ruis (Elder) begins

November 26, 2019 – New Moon in Sagittarius at 10:06am (eastern time)

November 27, 2019 – Neptune stations Direct in Scorpio

November 27 – Day of Hindu Goddess Parvati (I cannot find a source for this but it is always good to celebrate!)

November 28, 2019 – USA Thanksgiving Day

November 28 – Start of Runic Half Month of ISA (meaning: ice)

November 28 – Day of Egyptian Goddesses Hathor and Sekhmet

November 30 – Day of Mawu – African Creatrix Goddess

November 30 – Day of Norse Goddess Skad

From MotherhouseoftheGoddess.com