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FEBRUARY SNOW MOON Title

February’s full moon begins at 6:09 PM on the 3rd.  Snow piles even higher in February, giving this moon its most common name.

February 3rd full moon is also known as the Snow Moon, Ice Moon, Hunger Moon, and Cleansing Moon. Native American tribes of the north and the east called it the snow moon as it use to be the time that the greatest amount of snowfall came. The name Hunger moon refers to the difficulty to gather food this time of year. The Celts called it the Moon of Ice.

The snow moon represents the coming of spring. It’s the time when the seeds start stirring to life under the cold ground. The farmers start planning crops for their gardens. The animals will start to feel their young in their bellies as they are readying for their spring births. The long sleepy winter is finally ending and the earth is in its early awakening to the longer days in the warmth of the sun.

Correspondences for the full snow Moon

Crystals: Rose Quartz, Amethyst, Jasper

Deitie: Aphrodite, Juno, Kwan Yin, Persephone and Mars.

Colors: blue purple and violet.

Herbs: hyssop, sage, myrrh and spikenard.

Flowers: Primrose

Scents: Wisteria, Heliotrope

Trees: Rowan, Laurel, Cedar

Animals: Otter, Unicorn

Birds: Eagle, Chickadee

Your work on the full moon should focus on new beginnings of your dreams and goals for this year. It’s a night of purification.  Work to realize where you past mistakes may have been, forgive and love yourself, and plan for your future. Consider making a dream/vision board for tonight.  Find a blank piece of paper or cardboard then spend some time cutting pictures out of magazines representing your dreams/visions for your future.  Ask the Creator for blessings for all on this planet tonight.

Full moon blessings,
Cherokee Billie

CherokeeBillie.com

February Snow Moon

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Comments on: "Full Snow Moon February 03, 2015" (8)

  1. Sharon Verrechia said:

    Wonderful information, feb. has always been a month where we get snow. The Snow Moon is a good name. Thank you Billie ❤

  2. They celebrate Imbolc today on February 1st at the Glastonbury Goddess Temple in England, and I just celebrated my very first Imbolc ritual… and looking out the window, what do I see but a full moon? 🙂 I’m not celebrating two rituals! 😛

    • You did a wonderful job on your first ritual ceremony. I did not know this was celebrated in England today. Thank you for sharing that knowledge. You will see the full moon beginning tomorrow night. I love seeing your spiritual growth. I hope that my articles help you. Sending you lots of love and full moon blessings, CB

  3. Correction: we don’t have the entire full moon. It may show up tomorrow evening 🙂

  4. Thanks Cherokee, how are you my friend? Will contact you as soon as I can, I have had minimal internet connection for the last few weeks.

    • Good to hear from you. I wondered what had happened to you. I’m still hanging on by a thread. I hope you get better Internet service soon and send me an e-mail. With love, Cherokee Billie

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