- Colors: Gray, blues
- Gemstones: Lapis lazuli, turquoise, topaz
- Trees: Cypress, alder, hazel
- Gods: Bastet, Isis, Kali, Hecate, Astarte
- Herbs: Thistle, betony, verbena, fennel
- Element: Water
Mourning Moon rituals will help you to honor the dead, and release your sad memories. Light a white candle and burn your favorite incense. Add something for each loss you have suffered-photographs, jewelry, flowers or feathers.
It is a time of letting go, leaving your baggage behind, focusing on the joys of the future, saying good-bye to bad habits and toxic relationships, and getting a fresh start on the new year.
In the early Celtic society, November was the beginning of the new year. Why not use the magic of this moon phase to celebrate new beginnings?
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The Witches' Creed
Hear now the words of the witches, the secrets we hid in the night, when dark was our destiny's pathway, that now we bring forth into light.
Mysterious water and fire, the earth and the wide-ranging air, by hidden quintessence we know them, and will and keep silent and dare.
The birth and rebirth of all nature, the passing of winter and spring, we share with the life universal, rejoice in the magical ring.
Four time in the year the Great Sabbat returns, and the witches are seen at Lammas and Candlemass dancing, on May Eve and old Hallowe'en. When day-time and night-time are equal, when sun is at greatest and least the four lesser Sabbats are summoned, and Witches gather in feast.