The Moon is the most important heavenly body to witches. We draw on her power for lunar magic. We cast our spells in accord with her cycles. She inspires and illuminates us. There are moon gods, but the Moon has always been perceived as female. The Moon is cyclical, like women. We menstruate with her. She mirrors the stages of our lives: "Maiden", "Mother" and "Crone". She is Changing Woman, as are we.

As the Wheel of the Moon continues on its never ending course, the moon also travels through the different astrological signs, just as the sun does, only more rapidly. When the moon resides within the various signs, that sign influences the magical aspect of the moon.

The Moon is the astronomical body closest to us and, therefore, she has a profound influence upon us. The highest energy occurs at the Full Moon and, therefore, this is the most powerful time for magical workings. The New Moon is the next most powerful time for Magic. I hope you find the information on this page helpful in your Moon Working's whether you are casting a spell to help you find love, or planting your basil by the moons influence.

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New Moon
New Moon
Waxing Crescent
Waxing Crescent
First Quarter
First Quarter
Waxing Gibbous
Waxing Gibbous
Full Moon
Full Moon
Waning Gibbous
Waning Gibbous
Last Quarter
Last Quarter
Waning Crescent
Waning Crescent

Moon Phase Correspondences for Magical Workings

* New Moon Magic *

New Moon workings can be done from the day of the new moon to three-and-a-half days after. The new moon is for starting new ventures, new beginnings. Also love and romance, health or job hunting.

* Waxing Moon Magic *

From seven to fourteen days after the new moon.The waxing moon is for constructive magic, such as love, wealth, success, courage, friendship, luck and health.

* Full Moon Magic *

From fourteen to seventeen-and-a-half days after the new moon. Prime time for rituals for prophecy, protection, divination. Any working that needs extra power, such as help finding a new job or healing for serious conditions, can be done now. Also, love, knowledge, legal undertakings, money and dreams.

* Waning Moon Magic *

From three-and-a-half to ten-and-a-half days after the full moon.The waning moon is used for banishing magic, for ridding oneself of addictions, illness or negativity.

* Dark Moon Magic *

From ten-and-a-half to fourteen days after the full moon. The dark moon is a time for ridding oneself of bad habits, Binding spells, for exploring our darkest recesses and understanding our angers and passions. Also bringing justice to bear.

Complete Sun and Moon Data for One Day
U.S. Naval Observatory

You can obtain the times of sunrise, sunset, moonrise,
moonset, transits of the Sun and Moon, and the beginning and end of civil twilight,
along with information on the Moon's phase by visiting below.

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Moon Magic Zodiac

Moon Magic through the Zodiac

* Moon in Aries: Spells involving authority, willpower and rebirth.
* Moon in Taurus: Spells involving love, real estate, and money.
* Moon in Gemini: Spells involving communication, public relations and travel.
* Moon in Cancer: Spells involving domestic life and honoring lunar deities.
* Moon in Leo: Spells involving power over others, courage, child birth.
* Moon in Virgo: Spells involving employment matters, health and intellectual matters.
* Moon in Libra: Spells involving court cases, partnerships and artistic matters.
* Moon in Scorpio: Spells involving secrets, power and psychic growth.
* Moon in Sagittarius: Spells involving publications, sports and the truth.
* Moon in Capricorn: Spells involving career, political matters and ambition.
* Moon in Aquarius: Spells involving science, freedom, personal expression, problem solving, friendship.
* Moon in Pisces: Spells involving music, telepathy and clairvoyance.

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Gemini, my Sun Sign

Both Sides Now Spell (Full Moon in Gemini)


Above Spell from

~ Llewellyn Worldwide Ltd. 2001

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Zodiac Arts Moon Phase Calendar

An easy to use monthly planning guide,
this free on-line edition is calculated for the US Eastern Time Zone.

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Moon Tree

Tonights Sky (Astronomy)


Moon planting

*Facts Rules and Examples...

People have been planting by the moon's phases for centuries, in the belief that something in the lunar light or gravity affects the way plants grow.


Moon Food Recipes


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Moon Water Tonic

Tonic waters containing the energies of the moon embody very powerful healing benefits that bring about integral balance and wholeness throughout the body, mind and soul. Clear quartz crystal catalyzes the absorption of lunar energies as well as amplifies the healing benefits.

To Prepare Moon Water

1. Wait for a clear night, preferably on or right before the full moon. put your crystal in a clear glass and cover with one cup of purified water.

2. Check an almanac for the exact time of sundown on the day you have chosen. At sundown, place the glass out of doors in a moonlit place (cover the glass with clear plastic wrap).

3. Remove the glass at dawn. The water is now filled with lunar potency. Drink the moon water every morning to prepare your body, mind and spirit for the stress of the day.

~ 1997 by Marguerite Elsbeth

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Full Moon Days till 2015

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"Pray to the Moon, when She is rounde,
Luck with you, shall then abounde.
What ever you seek for, Shall be founde,
In Sea, or Sky, or Solid Grounde.

~ traditional Wiccan rhyme

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World Clock

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Moon Rise Facts

Moon Rise

The New Moon always rises at sunrise.

And the first quarter at noon.

The Full Moon always rises at sunset.

And the last quarter at midnight.

Moonrise takes place about 50 minutes later each day than the day before. The new moon can not be seen because the illuminated side faces away from the earth. This occurs when the Moon lines up between the Earth and the Sun.


Magical Moon Garden

What could be more -enchanted- than to cultivate your own Moon Garden. Honoring the -Silver- Goddess in all her glory with a fragrant & luminous evening garden. A wonderful offering which you will benefit from as well. Many night-blooming flowers are white and rely on strong fragrance, rather than bright colors, to attract insects. Plant night-bloomers near a bedroom window, where the breeze can carry the fragrance indoors right into your dreams.

Plant some in a circle to mimic the Moon, they look terrific alongside silver-foliaged Lambs ears and Artemisia. Illuminated only by moonlight, pale flowers and foliage add a dreamy, ethereal feeling. You donít need to have a big space, potted plants work too, just remember to add a trellis or place where viney plants can grow onto, as, unless they feel secure they will not bloom.

You can save and dry flowers to use in Amulets, Talismans or -dress- a Moon candle. Add fresh flowers to a -special- oil you have fashioned on the Full Moon or to water for magical workings. Press flowers and leaves into a -Book of Shadows- or make magical bookmarks for special journals. Following a Moon planting calendar will add a magical touch and keep you in the flow of her cycles. You can place Moonstones and or Crystals in the dirt of these -pale- beauties to energize them for meditations and spells. Donít forget when you take from a plant, to ask itís permission and give thanks, an offering of water of food (plant) is a perfect -Thank you-.

~ Barbara Morris

Try these night-bloomers in your Moon Garden:

  • Angels trumpet (Datura innoxia)- This viney annual has giant, trumpet-shaped, white flowers. You may need to discipline this rambunctious plant to keep it in line.
  • Moonflower (Ipomoea alba)- Related to morning glory, this annual may climb to 10 feet. Tightly closed by day, its white flowers unfurl at dusk to release a lemony aroma.
  • Four o'clock (Mirabilis jalapa) - In late afternoon, this annual's flowers pop open in often-speckled shades of red, yellow, white or rose. It grows bush-like to 3 feet.
  • Yucca (Yucca filamentosa) - Flowers of this spiky perennial are open all day, but at night the droopy blossoms lift and release a soapy smell. Hardy in zones 4 to 9.
  • Evening primrose (Oenothera speciosa 'Pink Petticoats')- This fast spreading perennial is hardy in zones 5 to 9, and its pale flowers release a sweet scent in the evening.

~ Moon Garden flower list from Garden Gate Issue 15

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Keep a Moon Diary

Pay closer attention to the Moonís influence on you by starting a Moon diary. Select a blank book with white paper. Find out what phase the Moon is in, note it down, and write a few words about your experiences and impressions on that day. Feel free to sketch and doodle to honor your inner inspirational Moon muse. Know that as you express yourself, words are sacred to Thoth, the Egyptian lunar god of knowledge and writing. As you keep this lunar diary through the months, you may discover interesting patterns and important spiritual information.

~ deTraci Regula

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A Witch's Magical Herbal

There are many herbs that can be used for magical purposes; I've chosen to list only those that could be found in an ordinary kitchen or can be easily found at a grocery store or nursery. I live in an apartment, but I was able to make a small herb garden that sits outside on my balcony. Herbs are wonderful and powerful addition to magic - they can be burned or tied up in sachets or made into amulets to wear.

* Anise: purification, protection, keeps away nightmares.
* Basil: purification, protection, prosperity
* Bay Leaves: money, home protection.
* Caraway Seed: astral herb for Gemini, communication.
* Chamomile: prosperity, meditation, calmness.
* Cinnamon: success, healing, quick action, prosperity.
* Dill: seeds draw money and protection, the flowers are used for love.
* Hazel: mental powers, hazelnuts are used in fertility amulets or spells.
* Lavender: love, romance, cleansing, add to pillows for vivid dreams.
* Lemon Balm: health, success, love, cleansing.
* Mugwort: divination, clairvoyance, psychic powers, strongest when picked on a full moon.
* Nutmeg: clairvoyance, prosperity.
* Parsley: purification, protection. Brew a tea for help with "Moon time" PMS.
* Peppermint: healing, purification, Dragon magic.
* Rosemary: blessing, consecration, remembrance of the dead at Samhain.
* Sage: clearing, cleansing, healing, wisdom.
* Thyme: purification, protection from negativity, clairvoyance.
* Yarrow: for a happy marriage, witches herb, defense, protection.

Please note:
* Any of these herbs can be put in a square of Aluminum foil and worn close to the body. The aluminum foil acts as an attractant to what ever herb you use. Ex. place three teaspoons of basil and cinnamon to attract money to you quick.

~ Barbara Morris 1998 - 2011

* For a more extensive list of Herbs, Flowers and their Magical meanings
visit "Magic Garden & Herbal Grimore"

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= Celtic Tree Calendar =

  • Beth (Birch) Dec 24 = Jan 20
  • Luis (Rowan) Jan 21 = Feb 17
  • Nion (Ash) Feb 18 = March 17
  • Fern (Alder) March 18 = April 14
  • Saille (Willow) April 15 = May 12
  • Uath (Hawthorn) May 13 = June 9
  • Duir (Oak) June 10 = July 7
  • Tinne (Holly) July 8 = Aug 4
  • Coll (Hazel) Aug 5 = Sept 1
  • Muin (Vine) Sept 2 = Sept 29
  • Gort (Ivy) Sept 30 = Oct 27
  • Ngetal (Reed) Oct 28 = Nov 24
  • Ruis (Elder) Nov 25 = Dec 22
December 23 is not ruled by any tree for it is the "day" of the proverbial "Year and Day" in the earliest courts of law
~ Witches Almanac spring 1997 ~ Spring 1998

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  • January = Wolf Moon
  • February = Storm Moon
  • March = Chaste Moon
  • April = Seed Moon
  • May = Hare Moon
  • June = Dyad Moon
  • July = Mead Moon
  • August = Wyrt Moon (green plant)
  • September = Barley Moon
  • October = Blood Moon
  • November = Snow Moon
  • December = Oak Moon
Keep in mind that new projects should be started when the moon is waxing (from dark to full). When the moon is waning (from full to dark) it is time for banishing and rejecting things we no longer wish to carry around with us. The three days before the new moon is known as the dark of the moon, this is a time to rest and recoup energy. Due to the rotation of the earth there are thirteen Full Moons, and each carries a traditional name.

Other Notes

The Harvest Moon is the Full Moon that falls nearest the Fall Equinox (Mabon). This gave farmers extra moonlight hours to bring in the crops. A Blue Moon occurs when the moon with its 28 day cycle appears twice in the same month due to that months 31 day duration.

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Aura Colors & Their Meanings

White Pure energy
Red Physical Energy, sensuality
Orange Friendly, open
Yellow Intellectual
Green Balanced
Violet Spiritual, sensitive
Purple Power, energy hungry
Pink Diffused, calming
Lime Green Unbalanced, stressed
Brown Stressed
Black Shielding, or being drained.

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"Thirteen silver moons in a year are,
Thirteen is the coven's array.
Thirteen times at Esbat make merry,
For each golden year and a day."

~ from the Witche's Creed

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