Spellbound - Wolf Moon

Photo's by: Keith Breazeal

January is the month of the Wolf Moon. 
Amid the cold and deep snows of midwinter, the wolf packs howled hungrily outside Indian villages. Thus, the name for January’s full Moon.

Indian Tribes of North America commonly named the re-occurring full moons of the year after animals or elements in nature.

January - Wolf moon
February - Ice moon
March - Storm moon
April - Growing moon
May - Hare moon
June - Flower moon
July - Hay moon
August - Corn moon
September - Harvest moon
October - Hunter's moon
November - Snow moon
December - Winter moon

In traditional full moon astrology, it is a time for planning your year ahead from a spiritually hungry (like a wolf) perspective. It is a good time to be looking back and forwards at what you wish you to accomplish the upcoming year.

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Take that to heart, or not. A full moon on a cold crisp night is universally Spellbinding

Love Jill