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New Moon

The new moon is the first phase of the moon. Traditionally, it occurs when the first waxing crescent of the moon in visible in the sky. Astronomically, it occurs when the moon is the closest to the sun as seen from the Earth. This takes place right in the middle of the dark moon period so the moon is not visible at this time unless there is a solar eclipse when its shadow is visible against the sun.

Citrine

Citrine is a type of quartz found in Brazil, Russia, Madagascar, and France. It is brown, yellow or orange in color. Most "citrine" sold in shops is actually heat-treated amethyst or smokey quartz. These are usually much darker in color than natural citrine with a reddish tint. Citrine looks very similar to topaz and may be sold in the place of harder, more expensive stone to the unwary.

Samhain

Date- October 31 through November 2

Witch Hazel

Hamamelis spp

Celtic Tree Calendar

The Celtic tree calendar, also called the Beth-Luis-Nion Calendar, is a modern calendar based on modern, theoretical interpretations of the Ogham alphabet, or the Celtic Tree Alphabet. While there is no evidence of ancient Celts or Druids using a calendar that even resembled this one, it has, however, become a valuable spiritual, liturgical and magical tool for some modern NeoPagans who identify with the ancient Celts. Celtic Reconstructionist Pagans reject it utterly as a complete fabrication with no historic basis. Which of course it is. Others embrace it as a tool to enhance their magic, their spirituality and their connection with nature and to help give structure to their rituals.

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