Each of the full moons has its own particular energy pattern and strength, and because of the time of year is suitable for different magical workings and meditations.That said – each and every full moon holds power and wonder – and for magic, is a time of celebration.
The Full Moon after Yule or the moon of January is the closest we can come to ‘Wolf Moon’ in the modern Gregorian Calendar. The Birch Moon of Ogham and the Druids. The Cold Moon, The Ice Moon or The Moon of the Long Nights for the Native American Indians, and in China – The Holiday Moon.
The Magics, as part of ‘the old ones’, use of the term “Wolf Moon” for the moon which shines on or after the Yeneasira – 21st December – Winter Solstice, is derived from several cultures and mixed into their magical ceremonial calendar.
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