Corn Moon

The August full moon has many names in different cultures around the world, and in medieval England was known as the Corn Moon. This name makes sense, as it is the time when the corn is being harvested in from the fields. In Druidry, the full moon is traditionally a time to reflect on peace,... Continue Reading →

Harvest Moon

The full moon nearest the Autumn Equinox is known in folklore as the Harvest Moon (sometimes also called the Hunter's Moon). The earliest recorded use of the term "Harvest Moon" is from 1706, but it is almost certainly an earlier name. This year's Harvest Moon was especially close to the Equinox, due to the Equinox... Continue Reading →

Grain Moon

"With freedom, books, flowers, and the moon, who could not be happy?" - Oscar Wilde. Tonight is marked by the last full moon of the summer, the first before the Autumnal Equinox. Traditional cultures from around the world have long had different names for the different full moons of the year. The ones you may... Continue Reading →

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