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Full Flower Moon May 21, 2016

The May Full Moon falls in the sign of Sagittarius on the 21st at 00:00UTC and is part of a bigger cycle that won’t be fully complete until June 20th.

In June, we have a Full Moon in Sagittarius. Having two Full Moons in the same sign is very rare and indicates that whatever May’s Full Moon manifests in our lives is likely to be incomplete until June’s Full Moon

This means that around the 21st of May we are going to get a glimmer of the cycle that is unfolding for us, and what lesson this Full Moon has come to instill in our lives.

Full Moon’s are like the peak point of energy in a cycle. Often on a Full Moon, we can see things manifesting in our lives. Full Moons are our opportunity to reap what we have been sowing and harvest the efforts of our work, but this Full Moon is slightly different.

This is the month of the Full Flower Moon. 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!

It’s a great night to plant something in the garden. Get a baby sapling and plant it in honor of tonight’s 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 on this full moon let the emphasis to be on you! Use this time to draw down the energy of the moon and empower yourself for your working and what you wish throughout the month.

Full moon blessings my friends!
Cherokee Billie

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Full Pink Moon April 15, 2014

Full Pink Moon April 15, 2014, click picture for article
There is a total lunar eclipse on April 15, 2014, which means we will experience not only a “Full Pink Moon” (any full moon that occurs in April, per Native American tradition) and a “Paschal Full Moon” (the first full moon after the vernal equinox, per Christian tradition), but also, thanks to the eclipse, a “Blood Moon.”

The full moon invites us to release all that dims our light, all that holds us back in the space of our heart and physical environment. The full moon is a time of positive opportunity if you use it correctly. It can increase your positive energy or conversely, it can wreak havoc on your emotions.

Since the full moon pours down a tremendous amount of energy, you must be in a calm state of mind to receive a positive effect. Remember that whatever is going on in your body, mind and spirit will be amplified

The Pink Moon received its name from the herb moss pink, or wild ground phlox, which is one of the earliest widespread flowers of the spring. Other names for this month’s celestial body include the Full Sprouting Grass Moon, the Egg Moon, and among coastal tribes the Full Fish Moon, because this was the time that the shad swam upstream to spawn.

Egg Moon: The full moon of April. Also known as the pink moon. Both names indicate the sprouting of seed and the explosion of bright beauty found in the phlox (pink) and other flowers rising for the spring debut.

April Moon Facts & Folklore

Some Christians attribute a prophetic significance to the Blood Moon of April 15, because it will be the first of a lunar tetrad — four total lunar eclipses in a row — occurring in 2014 and 2015, and because each of those eclipses will fall on an important Jewish holiday, Passover or Sukkot (the Feast of Tabernacles).

On April 20, 1972, the lunar module of Apollo XVI landed on the moon with astronauts John Young and Charles Duke aboard. Thomas Mattingly remained in orbit around the moon aboard the command module. This was the third exportation of the moon.

One day later on April 21, 1972, Apollo XVI astronauts John Young and Charles Duke drove an electric car (LEM) on the surface of the moon. It’s still up there along with some expensive tools and some film that they forgot.

The period from the full Moon through the last quarter of the Moon is the best time for killing weeds, thinning, pruning, mowing, cutting timber, and planting below-ground crops.

Enjoy the full moon!
Many blessings,
Cherokee Billie

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