Celebrate the Full Hunter’s Moon


This month’s full moon, according to The Old Farmer’s Almanac, is generally called “The Hunter’s Moon” or the “Travel Moon” and sometimes the “Dying Grass Moon.” The full moon will rise just after sunset on October 15, but won’t rise until October 16 (the wee hours after midnight) for the East Coast of the US.

Celebrate the Full Moon tonight. Go for a walk outdoors (bundled up warmly if needed). Say a prayer or cast a spell; turn out the lights in your house and enjoy peering out the window watching the Moon rise. If your neighborhood has lots of moon-blocking trees like mine does, go for an evening drive to find a better viewpoint vantage for tonight’s full moon. If you feel inspired, dance outdoors under the moonlight!

You might enjoy inspiration on celebrating the full moon from Gala Darling: Magic and Mischief: Create Your Own Full Moon Ritual.

For more information on tonight’s Full Moon, visit Lunaf.com and Full Moon Phases.com.

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