How the "Worm Moon" got its name According to the Ontario Native Literacy Project, the Ojibwe (or Anishinaabe) peoples called the full moon of March Ziissbaakdoke Giizas, or the Sugar Moon, as March is when the maple sap begins to run. The Cree called it the Mikisiwipisim, or the Eagle Moon. The Haida of the … Continue reading March Full Moon 2020: Catch the ‘Worm Moon’ and the first supermoon of the year on Monday | Space
We are just a week and a half away from the spring Solstice! Spring begins on the 19th of March this year (for those of us in the Northern Hemisphere.) This is the earliest first day of spring we have seen for 124 years! Already, there are signs of spring! Greenery is popping up, plants … Continue reading Seed Moon Intention Planting Ceremony — Spirit de la Lune
The cosmic line up for March promises an energetically full month with a positive focus on continuous transformation and the testing of old structures that will not be fit for purpose going forward. This process might feel intense at times so keep in mind that the intention behind the energy flow is one of ‘making … Continue reading The Energies of March 2020
The full moon on Saturday, March 31, 2018, at 10° Libra is a blue moon because it is the second full moon of the calendar month. The Blue Moon March 2018 astrology chart has eight challenging red aspects and one helpful blue aspect. Full Moon March 2018 is a blue moon in every sense of the … Continue reading Blue Moon 31 March 2018
Happy Full Seed Moon! Source: 2018 Seed Moon Ceremony: Dream Seed Satchel — Spirit de la Lune Depending on where you live, some people will experience the Full Moon on March 1st or 2nd... so double check in your location! We are in the Earthy sign of Virgo. The Full Moon in Virgo can be … Continue reading 2018 Seed Moon Ceremony: Dream Seed Satchel — Spirit de la Lune
COMMON NAME: narcissus GENUS: Narcissus SPECIES, HYBRIDS, CULTIVARS: daffodils-'King Alfred,' all yellow; 'Mount Hood,' white; 'Pink Glory,' white and pink. Jonquils-'Treuithian,' pale yellow; 'Suzy,' yellow and orange-red. Other narcissi-'Duke of Windsor,' white petals and orange apricot cup; 'Ice Follies,' heavy bloomer that is white with a lemon yellow cup. FAMILY: Amaryllidaceae TYPE: perennial BLOOMS: spring … Continue reading Narcissus
This month, originally the first in the year, is named after Mars, the God of War. He was the son of Jupiter and Juno, the king and queen of the gods, and was generally represented in a shining suit of armour, with a plumed helmet on his head, a spear in one hand, and a … Continue reading March–The Month of Mars.