Full Buck Moon

Full Buck Moon



15 Jul 20:01 - 17 Jul 06:04 - Brockville
Brockville, Ontario

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‘Blessed is the Heavenly Moon in the Vision of the Nightly Sun, Forever yielded by the Grace of Nature and the Harmony of God.’

Join us as we celebrate the Grace we are given through the Moon of Heaven, and its Celestial or Magickal Presence upon the Earth. Let us observe its Beauty and revere its Purpose, endowing all our Works with the Divinity it brings us in this Creation. Locations for our Local Circle will be specified, when Available for our Hosting of the Full Moon Blessing Ritual. The Ritual and its Method are explained in the Event Description with other details explaining the Meaning or Magick behind the Moon for Others to seek out and observe on their own, as they choose. Private Gatherings are reserved for our Local Coven and will not be listed along with the Public Event. Public Gatherings or Workshops will introduce those that attend to the Order of Ritual and the Conduct of Magick, using only the lessor Methods taught in the Observance of White Magick and its Sphere of Practice. Depending on the Time allowed and those that attend, the Magick casted will be decided, prepared, and instructed for those participating. Depending on both the Attendance and the Interest held at each Gathering, no added Ritual or Magick outside the Blessing may be observed, observing only the Full Moon Blessing Ritual to its Benefit. Every Full Moon Blessing Ritual Workshop will have no Cost for Attendance, though Donations will be accepted to Support any involved Expenses. All Active Public Gatherings will be clearly announced with a Time and Location at their posting, Two Weeks prior the observed Full Moon. If no exact Time or Location is provided, then no Public Gathering will be held during that Time. Any declared Public Gathering may be Rescheduled or Canceled, if sudden Weather Conditions obstruct the Moon or become unfavorable to Outdoor Activity. It is encouraged that anyone interested in sharing their Experience during the Full Moon or their Full Moon Ritual, if practiced, should Share their Experience or Pictures by posting to the Event Page for Community Discussion.



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The Moon is represented through Eight Lunar Phases, as viewed from the Earth, based on its illuminated Reflection or Overcast by the Sun. These Lunar Phases include the New Moon, Waxing Crescent Moon, First Quarter Moon, Waxing Gibbous Moon, Full Moon, Waning Gibbous Moon, Last Quarter Moon, and Waning Crescent Moon. Each Phase of the Moon is viewed or represented toward an Incline of Magick and Influence on the Planet. In Wiccan Ritual, these Phase Periods are known as Esbats. The Full Moon is considered by most to be the most influential and the most powerful of all the observed Lunar Phases. Since the Dawn of Humanity, the Moon has held a captivating appeal on the Soul to inspire Heaven on Earth. In the use of Magick and Holism, the Full Moon is common for both Empowerment and Ritual to invoke Desire or Force in the Manifest of the World. It is also a Time for Purification, identified in Islam as the White Days, a Time that God assigned through the Interest of Mankind to observe with Fast and Prayer for the Enhancement of Purity or the release of Sin. The mechanics of this can be observed through the Gravity and Light of the Moon, as it penetrates the Body, increasing the innate Flow or Pressure to release any withheld Toxins from the Physical Body and the Metaphysical Body. Relative to the proximity of the Moon to the Earth, the Moon enhances or impresses the Presence of Heaven on Earth in its Strength to Empower the Soul, Magick, and Nature. When the Moon is closest to the Earth, at its Perigee, it is known as a Supermoon, associated as the Ellipse of Heaven’s Gain. When the Moon is furthest from the Earth, at its Apogee, it is known as a Micromoon, associated as the Ellipse of Heaven’s Loss.

Some may perceive the Moon as a Negative Incline for the Influence it encourages on the Soul or the Mind to become excited, sometimes to the Impairment of Reason or Thought. The conceived Notion of Lunatics, as it has been termed, results from the increased Flow or Pressure that the Moon impresses, most notably during the Full Moon, when the emitting Energy is at its Peak. Since often the Moon is not observed for its Significance in the Modern Era and the conditioning of Modern Society has impressed upon Sin as an Implicit Indulgence, the Impurities that permeate the Body, Mind, and Soul begin to undergo Purgation. When this Purgation occurs, these Impurities can become expressed and Inhibit the Conscious Sense that might be present in the Person otherwise. For these habitual and unwanted happenings, it was encouraged to commit Fast and Prayer during this Time to limit the addition of further Impurities or to enforce Control away from the affecting Impurities, avoiding the Impulse of their Expression and permitting their Cleansing without resurgence.

The New Moon is a Time of Initiation and Renewal to realize a New Manifest in Life or to remake an Old One. The New Moon occurs when its Orbit, as seen from the Earth, faces away from the Earth and is not visible. The Day before the New Moon has been termed the Dark Moon, attributed in Magick and Holism as a Time for Protection or Defensive Work. The New Moon is generally accepted as the Beginning Phase of the Moon in the Lunar Cycle. Unique Events concerning the New Moon include a Solar Eclipse or a Black Moon. A Solar Eclipse will only naturally occur when the Moon is directly between the Earth and the Sun to cause Overcast, and thus the Moon will always be facing from the Earth, toward the Sun, during this Time. A Black Moon can occur or be classified from several distinct Events, including when there is a Second New Moon in a Solar Calendar Month, when there are Four New Moons in an Astronomical Season to class the Third New Moon as a Black Moon, when there is a Solar Calendar Month without a New Moon, or when there is a Solar Calendar Month without a Full Moon. The Original Definition of a Black Moon is when there is a Second New Moon in a Solar Calendar Month. The Dark Moon observed in prior to a Traditional Black Moon is known as the Sidhe Moon, attributed in Magick and Holism as a Time for Personal Reflection or Reclusive Work. The New Moon can be classified by its Minimum and Maximum Distance from the Earth as either a Super New Moon or a Micro New Moon. A Super New Moon occurs when the Moon is nearest the Moon’s Perigee, during its Orbit, to the Earth. A Micro New Moon occurs when the Moon is nearest the Moon’s Apogee, during its Orbit, from the Earth. Any Magick or Holism observed with the New Moon will be strongest during the Super New Moon and weakest during the Micro New Moon.

The Waxing Moon includes the Waxing Crescent Moon, First Quarter Moon, and Waxing Gibbous Moon, and are the Lunar Phases that portray a visibly apparent increase in the Light observed to illuminate the Moon toward the Full Moon over the Lunar Cycle. The Waxing Moon is a Time of Growth or Change toward Fulfillment, assisting to realize a conceding Manifest in Life or to encourage One already aspired. The Waxing Moon increases in Strength as it approaches the Full Moon over the Lunar Cycle, and is considered balanced between the New Moon and the Full Moon during the First Quarter Moon Phase. The Quarter Moon signifies the Alignment or Equinox of the Moon, with the First Quarter Moon conveying the Incline from Creation toward Control, enhancing Balance over the realized Manifest of the World.

The Full Moon is a Time of Power and Potential to realize a Fulfillment in Life or to receive Empowerment. The Full Moon occurs when its Orbit, as seen from the Earth, faces toward the Earth and is fully visible. The Full Moon was the First Beginning in every Lunar Cycle, though developing Perceptions and Cultural Views eventually reassigned its ordered Observance to the New Moon. Unique Events concerning the Full Moon include a Lunar Eclipse or a Blue Moon. A Lunar Eclipse will only naturally occur when the Earth is directly between the Moon and the Sun to cause Overcast, and thus the Moon will always be facing toward the Earth, before the Sun, during this Time. A Blue Moon can occur or be classified from several distinct Events, including when there is a Second Full Moon in a Solar Calendar Month or when there are Four Full Moons in an Astronomical Season to class the Third Full Moon as a Blue Moon. A Blue Moon is not actually Blue in its colour, it is the Name that was termed for the added Full Moon, unique in the Lunar Cycle, to distinguish its rarity. The Original Definition of a Blue Moon is when there are Four Full Moons in an Astronomical Season to class the Third Full Moon as a Blue Moon. The Full Moon can be classified by its Minimum and Maximum Distance from the Earth as either a Super Full Moon or a Micro Full Moon. A Super Full Moon occurs when the Full Moon is nearest the Moon’s Perigee, during its Orbit, to the Earth. A Micro Full Moon occurs when the Full Moon is nearest the Moon’s Apogee, during its Orbit, from the Earth. Any Magick or Holism observed with the Full Moon will be strongest during the Super Full Moon and weakest during the Micro Full Moon.

As common to various Cultures in the Observance of the Full Moon for their Harvest, Holidays, and Nature, each Full Moon in a Solar Calendar Year has been termed with a unique Name, founded on the Seasonal characteristics of their Lunar Calendar Month, and adopted in outline to each Solar Calendar Month, as habitual to when they most often coincide. The Name assigned with each Solar Calendar Month are overturned from their recognition in the Northern Hemisphere to correspond with the same qualities in the Southern Hemisphere by a difference of Six Months.

• The Full Moon of January has been termed the Wolf Moon, known also as the Moon after Yule or the Old Moon. The Wolf Moon is overturned in the Southern Hemisphere to normally correspond with July.

• The Full Moon of February has been termed the Snow Moon, known also as the Bone Moon, Hunger Moon, No Snow in the Trails Moon, or Shoulder to Shoulder around the Fire Moon. The Snow Moon is overturned in the Southern Hemisphere to normally correspond with August.

• The Full Moon of March has been termed the Worm Moon, known also as the Crow Moon, Lenten Moon, or Sap Moon. The Worm Moon is overturned in the Southern Hemisphere to normally correspond with September.

• The Full Moon of April has been termed the Pink Moon, known also as the Egg Moon, Fish Moon, Paschal Moon, or Sprouting Grass Moon. The Pink Moon is overturned in the Southern Hemisphere to normally correspond with October.

• The Full Moon of May has been termed the Flower Moon, known also as the Corn Planting Moon, Milk Moon, or Mother’s Moon. The Flower Moon is overturned in the Southern Hemisphere to normally correspond with November.

• The Full Moon of June has been termed the Strawberry Moon, known also as the Honey Moon, Hot Moon, or Rose Moon. The Strawberry Moon is overturned in the Southern Hemisphere to normally correspond with December.

• The Full Moon of July has been termed the Buck Moon, known also as the Hay Moon or the Thunder Moon. The Buck Moon is overturned in the Southern Hemisphere to normally correspond with January.

• The Full Moon of August has been termed the Sturgeon Moon, known also as the Blueberry Moon, Grain Moon, Green Corn Moon, Moon When All Things Ripen, or Wheat Cut Moon. The Sturgeon Moon is overturned in the Southern Hemisphere to normally correspond with February.

• The Full Moon of September has been termed the Harvest Moon, known also as the Barley Moon, Corn Moon, Moon When the Calves Grow Hair, Moon When the Deer Paw the Earth, or Moon When the Plums Are Scarlet. The Harvest Moon is overturned in the Southern Hemisphere to normally correspond with March.

• The Full Moon of October has been termed the Hunter’s Moon, known also as the Blood Moon, Dying Moon, Sanguine Moon, or Travel Moon. The Hunter’s Moon is overturned in the Southern Hemisphere to normally correspond with April.

• The Full Moon of November has been termed the Beaver Moon, known also as the Frost Moon. The Beaver Moon is overturned in the Southern Hemisphere to normally correspond with May.

• The Full Moon of December is termed the Cold Moon, known also as the Long Nights Moon or the Moon before Yule. The Cold Moon is overturned in the Southern Hemisphere to normally correspond with June.

The Waning Moon includes the Waning Gibbous Moon, Last Quarter Moon, and Waning Crescent Moon, and are the Lunar Phases that portray a visibly apparent decrease in the Light observed to illuminate the Moon toward the New Moon over the Lunar Cycle. The Waning Moon is a Time of Release or Closure toward Fulfillment, assisting to realize a receding Manifest in Life or to conclude One already aspired. The Waxing Moon decreases in Strength as it approaches the New Moon over the Lunar Cycle, and is considered balanced between the Full Moon and the New Moon during the Last Quarter Moon Phase. The Quarter Moon signifies the Alignment or Equinox of the Moon, with the Last Quarter Moon conveying the Incline from Control toward Creation, enhancing Balance over the unrealized Manifest of the World.

A common and accurate Full Moon Ritual that can be enacted or observed for a Neutral Purpose by anyone under any Full Moon over the Lunar Cycle includes the Full Moon Blessing Ritual.

1. The Full Moon Blessing Ritual can be done by One or more Individuals, but it is traditionally practiced by a Magick Bound Coven. If done by only One Person, it is not technically a Full Moon Ritual, which is signified by a practicing Circle, but it serves the same Purpose or Function to its Intent for Blessing.

2. The Full Moon Blessing Ritual requires a Cleansed Bowl of Pure Water that has been Charged by the Full Moon and a standing Bonfire beneath the Radiance of a Full Moon. A Circle lined with Stones, Crystals, Flowers, or Trees may be used to outline the Ritual Grounds for the Full Moon Blessing Ritual and its accompanied Magick. The Circle of Earth is not required for the Full Moon Ritual, but its effect enhances the Intention empowered by the Ritual with Nature. The more Natural the Elements to the Earth that shape the Circle, the more Energy it Channels from the Earth. Using Blessed Elements throughout the Ritual to Outline the Circle, to Fuel the Fire, or to Source the Water used will both Purify and Empower the Blessing granted.

3. If more than One Person is present within the Full Moon Blessing Ritual, they must choose or assign One to Stand as their Elder. The Elder is the One that wields the highest Control, Knowledge, or Power to Guide the Group in their Shared Intention, acting as the Priest of the Magick wielded. Each Member is assigned a Role to represent an Element or Persona in Nature, determined by the character of their Body, Mind, Power, and Soul.

a. One Person represents the Elder and the Cosmos embodied. To do the Ritual alone requires a Mastery or Acceptance of the Self embodied, enhancing the receptivity of the Channel that calls forth the Power from Nature. The Center of the Circle rests in the Circle’s Fire to Echo the Will of the One in the drive that propels the Magick casted.

b. Two People represent the Yin and the Yang Scale of Nature, with the Elder in Yang standing toward the North Magnetic Pole and the One in Yin standing toward the South Magnetic Pole. This can be countered with the Elder in Yin standing toward the South Magnetic Pole to emphasize their Balance for the Purpose of Dark Magick, emphasizing the importance of Yang. The Duality echoes the Cosmic Balance, Good and Evil, Positive and Negative, or Masculine and Feminine, with the Center between them in the Circle’s Fire to Echo their Harmony in the drive that propels the Magick casted.

c. Three People represent the Trinity of Heaven through Light, Water, and Fire, with the Elder in Light standing toward the North Magnetic Pole. This can be countered by the Trinity of Earth through Darkness, Earth, and Air, with the Elder in Darkness standing toward the South Magnetic Pole. Each Trinity echoes the Three Faces of Time; Past, Present, and Future. The Trinity of Earth is never usually represented in the use of Three People, except for the Purpose of Dark Magick during a Lunar Eclipse to be done correctly. In Contrast, the Trinity of Heaven will not enact correctly during a Lunar Eclipse. Any Full Moon Ritual should be averted during the Time of a Lunar Eclipse to avoid the emphasis on Negative Energy in its use from the Moon, when inverted from the Earth’s Shadow. Each Trinity personifies Time, Space, and Matter, with the Center between them in the Circle’s Fire to Echo Reality in the drive that propels the Magick casted.

d. Four People represent the Four Primal Elements through Earth, Air, Fire, and Water, with the Elder in Earth standing toward the North Magnetic Pole, the One in Air standing toward the East, the One in Fire standing toward the South Magnetic Pole, and the One in Water standing toward the West. This can be countered with the Elder in Fire standing toward the South Magnetic Pole to emphasize their Balance for the Purpose of Dark Magick, emphasizing the importance of Earth. The Center of the Circle rests in the Circle’s Fire to Echo the Focus of the Four in the drive that propels the Magick casted.

e. Five People represent the Five Heavenly Elements through Spirit, Water, Fire, Earth, and Air or the Five Earthly Elements through Fire, Earth, Metal, Water, and Wood, depending on the Magick intended, with the Elder in Spirit or in Fire standing toward the North Magnetic Pole, the One in Water or in Earth standing toward the Northeast, the One in Fire or in Metal standing toward the Southeast, the One in Earth or in Water standing toward the Southwest, and the One in Air or in Wood standing toward the Northwest. This can be countered by the Five Elements inverted in their Stance, with the Elder standing toward the South Magnetic Pole to invert the Flow between them into a Negative Contrast. The inverted Stance is generally reserved for the Purpose of Dark Magick and is strongest during a Lunar Eclipse. For this reason, it is especially important to use the Correct Stance that invokes a Positive Contrast. The representation of the Five Heavenly Elements emphasize the Transmutation of Magick outward the Circle toward Others, while the representation of the Five Earthly Elements emphasize the Transmutation of Magick inward the Circle toward Themselves. The Center of the Circle rests in the Circle’s Fire to Echo the Transmutation of the Five in the drive that propels the Magick casted.

f. Six People represent the Six Faces of Magick through Light, Air, Fire, Darkness, Water, and Earth, with the Elder in Light standing toward the North Magnetic Pole, the One in Air standing toward the Northeast, the One in Fire standing toward the Southeast, the One in Darkness standing toward the South Magnetic Pole, the One in Water standing toward the Southwest, and the One in Earth standing toward the Northwest. This can be countered with the Elder in Darkness standing toward the South Magnetic Pole to emphasize their Balance for the Purpose of Dark Magick, emphasizing the importance of Light. The Center of the Circle rests in the Circle’s Fire to Echo the Union of the Six in the drive that propels the Magick casted.

4. The Ritual Grounds used should be well cared for and respected with the recognition of Creation, Life, and Nature. Showing Prayer or Gratitude for its giving to the Divine acknowledges the Treatment and use of these Powers as something Sacred. The Ritual Grounds should be Cleansed regularly and ideally utilized with Pure or Blessed Elements. The Bonfire should already be set for the Circle before Beginning any process of the Ritual. Including Blessed Elements in the Fuel of the Fire, such as Palo Santo Wood or White Sage, helps ensure that the Energy through the Fire remains Clean. The use of these Elements also assists the Ritual Grounds through their Fumes that become Cleansing to the Sacred Space.

5. The Elder serves to Anoint Themselves and those in the Group with the Charged Water. The Water is Charged in a non-conductive Natural Material Vessel, such as an Obsidian Bowl. It is recommended to use Sacred Water, Holy Water, Hollowed Water, or a Spiritually Blessed Water, though it is not required. A Clear Quartz Crystal that has been previously Charged by the Full Moon should be placed within the Water held and allowed to settle for One Hour to permit its Energy Circulation. The Time needed for the Energy to spread and settle within the Water is not needed when a Blessed Water is used, since the Circulation of a Spiritual Energy or a Divine Energy is already stimulated by its Blessing. Once the Water has been Charged by the Energy of the Full Moon, the Elder should pour it over the Crown and Brow of those participating in the Full Moon Ritual, stimulating the Crown Chakra and the Third Eye Chakra to Charge the Metaphysical Body with the Moon’s Empowerment.

6. Once Anointed by the Elder, those participating in the Full Moon Blessing Ritual should gather in their positions set by their assigned Role representations, forming a Circle among them, around the Bonfire.

7. Each Member of the Circle calls forth in their Method, usually by a Shared Verbal or Prayer Invocation to set the Pace of Mind, and visualizes the Vitality in the Element or Nature they represent cycling through them in their Image from their Natural Sources, so that they may be filled by their Presence. The Elder calls forth the lead of the Elements or the Nature wielded, with each Person in the Circle Charged by the Full Moon in their Power. While holding their Hands out toward each other, maintaining the Visualization on their Vitality gathered from the Elements or Nature, the Energy within each Person begins to Flow and Resonate between them to cause a Physical Vibration in the Air that can be easily sensed. Their Presence builds in the Vitality they gather by their Will rendered and the Energies between them begin to Flow by their Inclined Current. The Elder extends their gathered Energy through each Circle Member in their Visualization, as their Vitality is gathered to Control or Maintain this Flow, circulating the total Energy gathered between them to affect their Intention into the Mould of the Magick casted.

8. The Full Moon Blessing Ritual will, through its Process, affect a Cleansing of the Aura and the Energies within each Person. This Process can also Cleanse the Mind and Empower the Spirit exerted by each Person. If visualizing the Energy of the Circle Flow inward the Soul or Essence that invokes it in each Person, the Energy of the Circle within each Person attributes Empowerment toward their Metaphysical Health and their Spiritual Development. If visualizing the Energy of the Circle Flow back into the Elder, the Elder may wield their Collective Power for an intended Magick Shared between them in their Intent to affect outward the Circle. If visualizing the Energy of the Circle Flow through each Member of the Circle equally, the Circle wields their Collective Power for an intended Magick Shared between them in their Intent to affect inward the Circle. Whatever Magick intended or wielded is its own Process, beyond those enacted by the Full Moon Blessing Ritual, and are done as a following continuance of the Full Moon Blessing Ritual, once prepared. Frequently, any Magick or Ritual added will be prepared with the Full Moon Blessing Ritual before any part becomes enacted. The Time for every Preparation will vary based on the requirements of each Circle and Casting, and should be scheduled in advance of the intended Moonrise to allow every intended Practice to be done around and during the Moon’s Peak in the Sky, as it passes. Any Magick or Ritual utilizing the Full Moon can be done from the Night before to the Morning after the Full Moon, but will be strongest on the Day of the Full Moon, after Moonrise, when the Full Moon is most present and directly illuminating.


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Super New Moon

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Full Beaver Moon

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Full Cold Moon

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Full Wolf Moon

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Full Snow Moon

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Super Full Moon

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