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What does the Full Moon on July 9, 2017 have in store for you?

Buck Moon July 9, 2017

The summer skies will light up on July 9, 2017 is in Capricorn. Find out what the Buck Deer and Thunder Moon means for you during this full Moon cycle in my article.  There is much to gain from these energies this month.  Many blessings, Cherokee Billie

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Full Cold Moon December 14, 2016

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The last full moon of the year occurs on December 14, 2016 at 00:06 UTC and is in the sign of Gemini. It starts its transition on December 13. In Native American cultures which tracked the calendar by the Moons, December’s Full Moon was known as the Full Cold Moon. It is fittingly associated with the month when winter cold fastens its grip and the nights become long and dark.

This week is filled with blessings from The Divine. So take some time to stop in the midst of the chaos of the holidays and appreciate all of the spiritual blessings that are coming to us at this time.

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Harvest Full Moon September 16, 2016

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Time to Reap What You Have Sown This Year!

Summer’s end is on the horizon, and the arrival of autumn will be heralded by a Harvest Moon on Sept. 16 in Pisces.  In traditional Skylore, the Harvest Moon is the full moon closest to the autumnal equinox, which will take place on Sept. 22. This is known as the Nut Moon. The Ripe Corn Festival is held in the early part of this moon to acknowledge the Corn Mother and the Earth Mother. The Brush Feast festival is also held. Fruits and nuts are still being gathered, much of which goes into breads. Hunting in earnest begins.

This is a powerful equalizing or neutralizing time, and as such is a good time to finally release things which have been a burden or stress in your life. This causes a temporary rebalancing for you at least for a couple weeks which can be a powerful time to start new projects or to finalize old ones you have been unable to bring a close to. The time is now!

This is the harvest time, where all the hard work and effort we have put into things in the past, so tirelessly, is about to be rewarded. We will start to reap what we have sewn.

Things have not always been easy and you may be feeling tired like you have been working so hard for little reward, but do not give up even though you are tired. Do not quit so close to the finish line as you are nearly there and with the energy that is coming through you will be able to reach your goals.

Things To Do During A Full Moon!

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What is a Harvest Moon?

Who named the Harvest Moon? Full Moon names date back to Native Americans, of what is now the northern and eastern United States. The tribes kept track of the seasons by giving distinctive names to each recurring full Moon. Their names were applied to the entire month in which each occurred.

At the peak of harvest, farmers can work late into the night by the light of this Moon. Usually the full Moon rises an average of 50 minutes later each night, but for the few nights around the Harvest Moon, the Moon seems to rise at nearly the same time each night: just 25 to 30 minutes later across the U.S., and only 10 to 20 minutes later for much of Canada and Europe. Corn, pumpkins, squash, beans, and wild rice the chief Indian staples are now ready for gathering

So why is this moon – the moon closest to the autumnal equinox – called the Harvest Moon? The shorter-than-usual time between moonrises around the full Harvest Moon means no long period of darkness between sunset and moonrise for days in succession.

In the days before tractor lights, the lamp of the Harvest Moon helped farmers to gather their crops, despite the diminishing daylight hours. As the sun’s light faded in the west, the moon would soon rise in the east to illuminate the fields throughout the night. That name probably sprang to the lips of farmers throughout the Northern Hemisphere, on autumn evenings, as the Harvest Moon aided in bringing in the crops.

Time To Let Go

It is time for us to spiritually shed the dead parts from our souls, just like the trees are letting go of the leaves, and make way for the new growth that is being released at this sacred time. This is your opportunity to advance your soul growth. Do not let this moment pass you by.

While September proves to be a generous month, we must be ever conscious of the path ahead, the needs that may arise and that life is always a maze of shifts, twists and turns.

Uncover and understand what came before and what lies ahead in the spiritual harvest of September’s gratitude and grace.

Take advantage of a Full Moon Reading which will give you guidance on your path. This is a special time of year to direct how your year ends.

Full Moon Blessings,
Cherokee Billie

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Full Moon January 24, 2016

JANUARY WOLF MOON 24

Welcome the Full Wolf Moon on January 24, 2016 at 01:46 UTC. This is a good time to let out the suppressed energy you have been feeling because of Mercury Retrograde. So go ahead and Howl at the moon! In North America, we often call this full moon the Wolf Moon, Snow Moon or Hunger Moon.

On the night of the full moon ask your Angels and guides for a dream message on how to more fully step into your power before you go to sleep. Upon waking, write down what you remember of your dream, even if it is just one word. Meditate on it.

Please Note you do not need to see the full moon to make your requests and intentions to the Divine. Often people write me and say I wasn’t able to see the full moon. It does not matter the moon is always there whether we see it or not. During the daylight we do not see the moon yet it still exists.

Amid the zero cold and deep snows of midwinter, the wolf packs howled hungrily outside Native American villages. The wolves are out in this bright light this time of year, anxious and hot on a trail for a feast to shake their hunger in the lean winter month. The normally elusive wolves were once found all over Europe and the Native Americans living close to the land held them in high esteem, along with other animals they encountered.

This full moon falls under the sign of Leo.  The warmth and playfulness of Leo is captivating, a sign that’s often ascribed rulership of all things fun and entertaining. So this full moon should be a time of letting go of being an adult and having fun!  Use your creativity.  Find ways to express yourself during this full moon.  This full moon comes at the ending of mercury retrograde, so take a deep breath relax and enjoy yourself.

Full moon always brings closures to bring to us a better tomorrow. The hills of the new, and new beginnings, will bring with them fundamental changes which have been dreaded for so long. These worries stem in the form of mysteries and it is these mysteries that have also held us back for so long. This full moon will emphasize how fluent we are to the emotions that are attached to our communication, how much we share, and how much we relate to others.

Full Moon phases herald a proper time for endings and closure. Full moon’s also signal an appropriate time to shine a light on or display works and deeds that were previously veiled during the new moon phase.

Significance of this moon is not just about emotions but it is about closeness. January tends to bring families close together with indoor activities. Some say it is a good time to work on relationships, partnerships and matters of the heart. Or, it is a good time to work on new ventures or projects that require some study time. Plan a ritual to protect your home and loved ones.

January’s moon can be bold and bright or covered in silky clouds. Like the wolf it can appear to be cunning. A symbolic lesson could be that progress is sometimes subtle and happens behind the scenes. Because wolves are also incredibly resourceful they can also symbolize our own hidden potential. Do not be afraid to howl at the moon!

Take Advantage Of My Special Full Moon Readings That Cover The Following:

Your Present:
There’s no time like the present.  Where are you currently on your path?

Your Future:
Where is your path leading you? This is a great card to see if you want to adjust your path or continue as you are.

Full Moon Energy:
What energy is this Full Moon bringing you.

What should you release?
What should you release now?

What should you you embrace?
What energy should you work on bringing to you this cycle?

Your Power Animal:
What Spirit Animal is currently assisting you on your path and how can you best work with their energy.

What Your Guides Want You To Know:
Special advice from your guides. What do they want you to know right now?

All readings are done personally by me by telephone.  Click Here For More Information.

Full moon blessings,
Cherokee Billie

Strawberry Full Moon June 2, 2015

Graphic copiaBeneath the Power of the Moon, we sit in the Silence of Being and Hold the Light Our Souls Know so Well.

The full moon is on Tuesday June 2, 12:19 P.M.  This is commonly called the Strawberry Moon – This name was universal to every Algonquin tribe. However, in Europe they called it the Rose Moon. Also because the relatively short season for harvesting strawberries comes each year during the month of June . . . so the full Moon that occurs during that month was christened for the strawberry!

Native Americans also referred to this as Moon of the Corn. Always the growth of corn, the first cultivated crop, marked a time when culture took a leap forward. Corn fields were the heart of early villages. This grain is symbolic of intelligence and versatility. The dried kernels can also be turned into jewelry and used in blessing rituals. Picking by moonlight is said to honor the crops.

How to Receive Your Requests

Many feel that the Full Moon is a time for asking for what you want. Yes, it is a good time to ask for what you need, not want, but it’s important to understand how to ask and receive.

There are ways to receive answers, but you have to be Patient. Oh no, there is that dreaded word-Patience. Patience is definitely a virtue. Today patience is greatly lacking in our world. Patience is part of faith.

  • Your feelings cannot be seen, yet they exist.
  • You have a soul,
  • But can you see it?
  • Can you photograph it?

Therefore it takes great faith to believe in a Divine Spirit that created you and does care about you.

When you pray and ask for something you do not have to do repetitions of the same request. The first time you pray it is heard.

What you need to do afterwards is thank God/Great Spirit/Divine Spirit/Creator for hearing your prayer and for answering it. Every day just keep thanking The Divine for answering your prayer. Once you develop the attitude of believing without seeing you will find that things start changing in your life for the better.

There will be moments where you can glimpse the power of The Divine. Often it is only moments. For some it can be longer. Those moments are given to you as a gift to keep your faith going.

Clean Out Your Life

With it being Mercury Retrograde this is a perfect time to clean out your life. Many people believe that whenever there is a Mercury Retrograde that you should not do anything and wait till it passes.  Well in the real world that just doesn’t work.  Life goes on!  So let’s remember the gifts that this period brings and trust that this is a good time of reflection and revising your journey in life. In the grand flow of life, these inward moving energies are conducive for fine tuning and helping to bring greater clarity, awareness, and focus

Start With:

  • Cleansing Your Spirit
  • Clean out closets and drawers
  • Clean off the clutter around your sleeping area
  • Clean out old papers and receipts

You can take your time and do this cleaning over the next few weeks. It will benefit you enormously on your spiritual path.

I feel that all full moons are a special time for us to connect to the Great Spirit as well as the moon. Remember this is a time of fruition and an excellent time to get a Spiritual Reading for guidance over the next month.

“The full moon is a time to rock and roll, to push boundaries, to dive headfirst into the embers, the surf, the divine.” ~ Author Unknown

Many blessings,
Cherokee Billie

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Full Flower Moon May 04, 2015

flower-moon-copia copiaThe biggest and brightest full moon of the year arrives Monday night as our celestial neighbor passes closer to Earth than usual. May 4, 2015 at 03:42 UTC

As soon as the sun sets on May 4, check out the full moon rising in the east. It’s traditionally known as the flower or milk moon by Native American cultures. Can you guess how this full Moon got its name? That’s right 🙂 Flowers are becoming abundant now. They are literally everywhere. It can also be known as the Corn Planting Moon, the Milk Moon, and the Hare Moon. The Earth is most fertile right now so it’s time to start planting!

This closeness will also make the moon appear a bit bigger in the sky than usual, hence the name “supermoon.” While the visual effect may not be all that “super” to the unaided eye, it will offer some great photo opportunities for West Islanders with telephoto lenses, as it rises above the St. Lawrence River at sunset.

Let’s just hope for clear skies.

In terms of planet watching, two neighboring planets – Mars and Saturn – dominate high in the southern sky long after dusk all month long.

Look just to the lower right of orange hued Mars and find the 78-light-yeardistant brilliant white star named Regulus, the brightest member of the constellation Leo.

Saturn is to the far lower left of Mars in the southern sky after sunset. The ringed planet appears as a brilliant yellow colored star. Amazing to think that we see this 1.5-billion-kilometre-distant gas giant, like we do all the other planets on display, due to sunlight reflecting of its surface.

Just like the Red Planet, Saturn is also paired with a bright star; its companion, shining just below is 263-light-year-distant Spica, in the constellation Virgo.

Meantime, Venus is still the brightest in the western evening skies.

As the month progresses, observers will notice that it is making a steady plunge toward the glow of the sunset each progressive night. But by training a steadily held pair of binoculars or a small telescope at the planet, its crescent shape is easily revealed under high magnification.

It’s a great night to plant something in the garden. Get a baby sapling and plant it in honor of this full moon! Bring fresh flowers into your house, or design a headband made of flowers for yourself.

The energy on the night of a full moon is very powerful. It’s a perfect night to recharge your energy.

So let the emphasis to be on you! Use this night to draw down the energy of the moon and empower yourself for your work and what you wish throughout the month.

Don’t miss this wonderful evening!

The full moon is the perfect time to let go of the past and one of the best ways you can do this is by using the burning bowl ceremony. Watch the video for instructions.

Full moon blessings my friends!
Cherokee Billie

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Hunters Full Moon and Eclipse October 08, 2014

Hunters Full Moon and Eclipse October 08, 2014

If you’re prone to tilt your head and howl at the moon, like the great hunters the coyotes, October 8 will be the only night this month when the moon will be visible in the sky all night long. Just be mindful of the neighbors when you howl!

All you Moon Lovers Mark your calendars! The night sky of October 2014 is going to provide a delightful view for sky gazers. The tenth month of the year is going to present celestial wonders. In the new month, sky watchers can enjoy array of astronomical events including two eclipses, two meteor showers, Uranus at opposition and more. Total Lunar Eclipse: On Oct. 8, 2014, sky watchers can witness total lunar eclipse which will soon be followed by partial solar eclipse on Oct. 23. The second of total lunar eclipse tetrad will occur before the dawn.

Draconids Meteor Shower: This astronomical event occurs on Oct. 8 and 9. Sea Sky reports it is a “minor” one that merely produces 10 meteors per hour. However, the brightness of the full moon may become a hindrance for the sky watchers wanting to enjoy the meteor shower. For the best view, one should retreat to a place away from “city lights” at the middle of the night.

In skylore, the Northern Hemisphere’s Hunter’s Moon on October 7-8 will be called a Blood Moon. Plus the October 7-8 total lunar eclipse – the second of four total lunar eclipses in the ongoing lunar tetrad – has been widely called a Blood Moon. Voila. Double Blood Moon.

To the Native Americans full moons were a way to keep track of the seasons and make appropriate preparations for survival. Besides, with falling leaves and the fattening of wild game, also preparing for winter, who could argue that this month’s moon signaled a good time to go hunting. Hunter’s Moon the name for the full moon after the Harvest Moon, which is the full moon nearest the September 23 autumnal equinox. This year, the Harvest Moon came on September 9. That’s why October’s moon bears the name Hunter’s Moon.

The Hunters Full Moon is also called the Shedding Moon, Blood Moon, or the Falling Leaf Moon. Coming right before Samhain/Halloween, it is a time when the nights are crisp and clear, and you can sense a change in the energy around you.

  • The Gemstones are obsidian, amethyst and tourmaline.
  • This is the time to give thanks to the animals, fruits, and vegetables during this moon for giving their lives so we can live.
  • Use red candles and burn cinnamon, nutmeg or ginger as your incense.

This is the time when the veil between our world and the spirit world are at its thinnest. Use this time for spiritual growth. If there is a deceased ancestor you wish to contact, this is a great month to do it. Throughout October work on your spiritual self, and pay attention to messages you get in your dreams. Plan a ritual to remember those who have passed from this world, and be sure to make an offering to them.

As for Halloween night, the moon, if visible at all will be just a thin sliver, adding to the mystery of the night.

People have asked the question how often they should have a reading done by a psychic. An in depth reading should be done every moon cycle. Since, every moon cycle represents a change it not only affects our external forces but our internal forces as well. Call today to find out what is in store for you during this time of change, (866)-563-3997.

The full moon is always a good time to pray, have ceremonies, and be reminded of the continuation of life. Enjoy my friends.

Full Moon Blessings,
Cherokee Billie
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