This is a good time to give thought to where our food originates and reverence for the cycles that produce it. Better still, tending a garden keeps us in touch with the Goddess and her bounty. Even if your garden consists only of tomatoes or herbs grown in pots on a balcony, these taste all the sweeter for having been nurtured by your own hands.
Moon of Delight
Lazy days are offset by dazzling thunderstorms that tear the night sky asunder. Summer is winding down and yet autumn seems a distant horizon. This is the time to enjoy the warmth, the freedom of lightweight clothing, and the night chorus of crickets as you recall pleasant summer memories.
Other names for this moon: Herb Moon, Barley Moon, Corn Moon.
In the Celtic Tree Calendar
August 1 – 4: Holly
Associated with unity, energy, guidance for the future, and the waning year.
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