Loki day 12: Super Moon hooplah

Apparently parts of the blog-o-sphere are all atwitter with this Full Moon being especially significant, and rushing about planning all sorts of elaborate rituals to honor, tap into, and feed from the energy being generated by the moon’s climax.

And I am sitting over in the corner staring at everyone as if they have gone mad.

I love the moon, don’t get me wrong, but when it comes down to it, I barely keep track of the monthly cycles at all. For years I felt guilty, and like I wasn’t as good of a Witch as others were, but now I just feel meh about it. I’ve never done a Wiccan ritual to honor or worship the moon, or really set up a devotional practice that included our celestial cousin thus far.

As beautiful as the moon is hanging in the night sky, I just don’t understand the hooplah about it.

About darkbookworm13

I am a proud mom to 3 beautiful girls, and married to the love of my life. I have been a practicing Witch since the summer of 2003, having studied many different paths over the years, ranging from Wicca, Goddess only worship (courtesy of StarHawk), Eclectic Paganism, Kitchen Witchcraft, Norse Paganism, Hearthcraft, Spiritual Luciferianism, and more. I have worked with the Futhark runes, Brian Froud's Faeries Oracle deck, Tarot decks, and I am currently working on a customized divination set based on collected items. I like to work with herbs, and gardening. I crochet and make handicrafts like wood burned items, paintings, drawings, toys, and hand sewn doll clothes for my daughters. The only title I call my spiritual path is Witchcraft, as using magic entwines deeply with the worship of the Gods who call me Their own. My Patron deity is Loki, who has chosen me as His kin.
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1 Response to Loki day 12: Super Moon hooplah

  1. thalassa says:

    I pay attention to the supermoon for one reason… High tide–its highest during the supermoon. I “make” my own ritual salt (by running sea water through a coffee filter before boiling the crap out of it for several house, and then putting the resulting sludge into a glass pan and letting it evaporate for several days, Because I live in a bay, the higher the tide, the higher the salt content–more ocean water coming in than freshwater going out (assigning it didn’t rain in the several days before, which would increase the fresh water volume coming into the bay from the several rivers that dump into it). Unfortunately, for this one, we had rain all week…but we might get lucky next month!

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