•1: Lammas or Lughnasadh
•1: Imbolc (Southern Hemisphere)
•1: Birthday of medium Edward Kelley, 1555
•2 - 4: Dublin Irish Festival (Dublin, OH)
•4: Celtic Tree Month of Holly ends
•5: Celtic Tree Month of Hazel begins
•8: LakeView Cemetery Tour with Lindy
•10: Full Moon -- Corn Moon at 2:09 pm
•13: Roman Festival of Pomona
•15: Birthday of Charles Leland, folklorist and author, 1824
•20: Birthday of author Ann Moura in 1947
•23: Roman Festival of Vulcanalia
•31: Birthday of author Raymond Buckland
Greetings and Brightest Blessings,
This month's Crystal is Moonstone! My Favorite! Surprisingly enough
I don't have one piece of Jewelry that has it. I use it for healing, realtionships, emotional issues, and just all kinds of things. It's known for the white with the Rainbow sheen. It's pearly like
luster is responsible for the name. It is actually a Feldspar mineral. The way varied light and movement cause the glowing like purple is called Chatoyancy. Moonstone protects carriers against travel mishaps in the air and water-especially when the moon is shining! A Piece in the car can help in a case of road rage.
Rainbow Moonstone is all about women and Goddess Energy. This stone helps with pulling the Goddess out from deep inside and letting her shine. Gives confidence in who you are and realizing your own self worth. Men need this energy too! Men sometimes need the Nurturing Connection with the Goddess for Inspiration, and confidence. This stone does heal feminine issues, from energetics to physical. A good stone for a would be mother. Moonstone gives it's tranquil healing and works best for emotional issues when a full moon can be tapped for healing! Cycles of 28 relate to this stone as the moon is 28 day cycle. Healing sometimes works within these parameters as does Magic.
Moonstone is also used for coping with weight issues, and opens the mind for Inspiration. This tangible Link with the Moon can benefit as we tap into it for Magic..Hopes..Dreams.. and Wishes!
Magic and Love To All
Lady Lindora H.Ps.
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R.I.P Ken Harsh 5/28/47-1/15/13
All that is gold does not glitter,
Not all those who wander are lost;
The old that is strong does not wither,
Deep roots are not reached by the frost.
From the ashes a fire shall be woken,
A light from the shadows shall spring;
Renewed shall be blade that was broken,
The crownless again shall be king
Love and Miss You Dad!
R.I.P. Ken Harsh 5/28/1947-1/15/2013