GrannyMoon*s Morning Feast 4 May 15

Honoring the Goddess Every Day!

I Start Each Day with a Prayer to the Goddess!

Great Goddess, I begin the month of May with gratitude for the increase in the light that brings forth life from my soul
and from the earth. May my heart be fertile ground for the sprouting of your creativity, that I may be of loving service
to my family, my community and all beings.

So Mote It Be!

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The Flowers

All the names I know from verse:
Gardener’s garters, Shepherd’s purse,
Bachelor’s buttons, Lady’s smock,
And the Lady Hollyhock.
Fairy places, fairy things,
Fairy woods where the wild bee stings,
Tiny trees for tiny dames–
These must all be fairy names!
Tiny woods below whose boughs
Shady fairies weave a house;
Tiny tree-tops, rose or thyme,
Where the braver fairies climb!
Fair are grown-up people’s trees,
But the fairest woods are these;
Where if I were not so tall,
I should live for good and all.
~ Robert Louis Stevenson
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The Candle of Love, Hope and Friendship
“There is not enough darkness in the world to put out the light of one candle.”

“Freedom: Appreciate It, Cherish It, Protect It.”

All We Are Saying Is…Give Peace A Chance ~John Lennon
So mote it be!!

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In many different traditions lighting a candle is a sacred action. It expresses more than words can express. It has to do with gratefulness. From time immemorial, people have lit candles in sacred places. You may want to begin or end your day by the sacred ritual of lighting a candle on this gratefulness. Or you may want to light a birthday candle for a friend. One single guideline is all you need: Slow down and do it with full attention.

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GrannyMoon Says Today Is: Moon Day

Energy: Female Ruler: The Moon – Rules emotions, protection, healing, and women’s mysteries – Use for magick involving the subconscious, healing, emotions, love, spirituality, healing wounds, children, small animals, women’s mysteries, the female side of men, mothers, sisters, female partners, wives, instincts

Today’s Magickal Influences: Agriculture, Domestic, Long Life, Medicine, Travels, Visions, Theft

Today’s Goddesses: Luna, Selene, Diana, Re, Gaeleach, Ida, Artemis [Whom The Greeks Associated With Bast], The Witches, Yemaya, Erzulie, Bast

Incense: Myrtle

Perfumes: White Poppy, White Rose, Wallflower

Color of The Day:   Silver, Grey, White

Colors for Tomorrow: Red

Lucky Sign:  Monday Is The Lucky Day For The Sign of Cancer

Candle: White

Saint Gabriel represents Monday.

Heads Up For Monday: Wear white for peace, purity, spirituality, higher self, The Goddess,Higher Self,Purity, Peace

Cooking on Monday will improve magics for creativity, insight, maternal nature, and goddess-related efforts. ~Quote from Magickal Martha

Today’s plant is Curly passion-flower, Passiflora serrata.

Heads Up For Tomorrow: Wear red and rubies

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Lunabar Moon Almanack for Monday, 04 May, 2015
Waning, Gibbous Moon          Age: 16 days.
Ascending Node is at 8° Libra.
Moon in 24th degree of the Sign Scorpio, the Scorpion;
also in 17th deg. of the Constellation Libra, the Balance.
Souths: 1:09 morn.  Moonset: 6:36 morn.  Moonrise: 8:37 eve.
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Aspects of Scorpio: Yin, Feminine, Lunar, Negative, Nocturnal, Watery, Fixed, Fruitful, Horary Northern, Autumnal, Austral, Obeying, Moist, Dumb, Mute, Cold.
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Spells and rituals involving the Water element should be performed when the Moon is in a Water sign: Cancer, Scorpio, Pisces

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Moon Moon, Mother Moon
Lunar Lore
The Moon in conjunction with Mercury,
’tis good; but principally in Contracts and Writings.
– Bethem’s “Centiloquium”
If the full moon rise pale, expect rain.
– Collected in R. Inwards, “Weather Lore”.

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The Moon is in the Lunar Mansion

Alzubana, The Scorpion’s Claws,
also known asCornua Scorpionis, The Claws of the Scorpion.
Marked by the fix’d Stars: Zubenelgenubi & Zubeneschamali.

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Lunabar Sun Almanack for Monday, 04 May, 2015
Sunrise: 6:06 morn.    Sunset: 8:03 eve.
Length of Day: 13h. 56m.
Dawn: 5:38 morn.    Dusk: 8:31 eve.
Length of Twilight: 0h. 28m.
Sun in 13th degree of the Sign Taurus, the Bull;
also in 15th degree of the Constellation Aries, the Ram;

Solar Lore
I bear the Scales, where hang in equipoise
The night and day.

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Aspects of Taurus: Yin, Feminine, Lunar, Negative, Nocturnal, Earthy, Fixed, Semi-fruitful, Horary Southern, Vernal, Boreal,
Commanding, Feral, Bestial, Animal, Four-footed, Dry, Cold.

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Our Weekly Affirmation
If you repeat an affirmation three times a day three times each time you do it for 28 days it will
become a part of your being and whenever you feel like life is going out of control you will be able
to just find that safe place.

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A Witch is…

One who alters reality…

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Seasons of the Witch – Legends and Lore, Ancient Holidays
And Some Not So Ancient!

Remember The Ancient Ways and Keep Them Holy!

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Goddess Month Month of Maia begins 4/18 – 5/15
Celtic Tree Month of Willow  April 15 – May 12

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May Moon Phases
Full “Flower” Moon falls on Sunday, 03 May, 2015 at 11:44 PM
Last Quarter falls on Monday, 11 May, 2015 at 6:36 AM
New Moon falls on Monday, 18 May, 2015 at 12:15 AM
First Quarter falls on Monday, 25 May, 2015 at 1:20 PM
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The Year Is Divided Into Four Seasons:
The first season is of a frigid complexion, and this is “Winter”;
The second is of the complexion of Air, and this is “Spring”;
Then follows the third, which is “Summer”, and is of the complexion of Fire;
Lastly, there is the fourth, wherein fruits are matured, which is “Autumn”.
~The Turba Philosophorum, ca. 12 century

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Today Is …

Irish: The Veneration of the Holy Thorn Tree

Irish Holiday honoring sacred wells. Put some fresh spring water on your altar today. Drink some as a prelude to any healing work or for trance induction prior to Otherworld journeying.

Fairy Day. According to Irish folklore, it is on this day that the mischievous fairy folk emerge from their hiding places. To prevent human children from being stolen by the fairies and replaced by grotesque changelings, an offering of tea and bread must be left on the doorstep for the little people. For protection against fairies while traveling (especially through heavily wooded areas or open fields), wear your coat inside out. This is said to cause them such great confusion that they are unable to cause any trouble.

Ireland: Hawthorn Month – Sacred to Goddess Sheila Na Gig, the protector of the poor. Believers hang old clothes on hawthorn bushes all month beginning on this day to avert poverty.

Greek: The fourth day of every month is sacred to the Goddess Aphrodite and the God Hermes.

Pilgrimage to St Mary’s Well – A writer for the London Times reported on 25 May 1957 about his pilgrimage to St. Mary’s Well in Culloden on the first Sunday in May, the traditional time for performing a ritual that survived for centuries. Pilgrims first threw a coin into the well, as a tribute to the spirit dwelling there, then took a sip of the water, made a wish, and tied a “clootie” or small rag to a branch of the over-hanging tree. The prayer flags were left up to be rotted away by the elements. To remove them would be to bring upon yourself the afflictions the original owners were trying to shed. Blackburn, Bonnie and Leofranc Holford-Strevens, Oxford Companion to the Year, Oxford University Press 1999

St Monica – She is the Matron of Mothers, although she sounds more like the matron of martyrs. She married a pagan, a man of high temper, who made her life miserable, but eventually through her good influence, he was converted. Her son, Augustine, who was 17 when his father died, was equally a cross to bear. He was wild and dissolute, drinking too much and patronizing prostitutes. He had a mistress and became a Manichean heretic. But eventually the prayers of his mother paid off and he became a devout Christian (and a devout misogynist).

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Tasha’s Day by Day Astro Planner 

Mon. 5/4 Energetic Scorpio Moon pushes the envelope. Sun Square Jupiter suggests play, be happy and avoid excess.

Tue. 5/5 Athletic Sagittarius Moon says exercise and get fit.

Wed. 5/6 Optimistic Sagittarius Moon promotes a happy day. Sun trine Pluto helps apply energy where needed.

Thu. 5/7 Uplifting AM Sagittarius Moon promotes good cheer. PM diligent Capricorn Moon helps get lots done.

Fri. 5/8 Powerful Capricorn Moon boosts to efforts to organize. PM Be wary of confusion.

Sat. 5/9 Efficient Capricorn Moon helps facilitate Saturday chores. Potential for a cloudy mental state hovers with Mercury Squaring Neptune.

Sun. 5/10 Friendly Aquarius Moon helps make Mothers’ Day gatherings fun.


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Goddess of The Day: Maeve
Fairy Gatherings (Ireland)

Themes:  Fairies; Magic; Protection; Leadership; Justice (Law)
Symbols:  Birds; Gold

About Maeve:  As the Fairy Queen, Maeve oversees today’s merrymaking among the citizens of the fey.  She also attends to human affairs by providing protection, wise leadership, and prudent conventions.  Works of art depict Maeve with golden birds on her shoulders, whispering magical knowledge into her ear.

To Do Today:  Near the beginning of May, the wee folk of Ireland come out of hiding for a grand celebration of spring.  If you don’t want the Maeve and the citizens of fey to pull pranks on you today, take precautions, as the Europeans do:  avoid traveling, put a piece of clothing on inside-out, wear something red, and leave the fairy folk an offering of sweet bread, honey, or ale.  In some cases, this will please the fairies so much that they will offer to perform a service or leave you a gift in return!

When you need to improve your command of a situation or inspire more equity, call on Maeve through this spell:  Take a piece of white bread and toast it until it’s golden brown.  Scratch into the bread a word or phrase representing your goal (for example, if raises at work haven’t been given out fairly, write the words work and raises).  Distribute the crumbs from this to the birds so they can convey your need directly to Maeve’s ears.
By Patricia Telesco ~ From “365 Goddess” and GrannyMoon’s Morning Feast

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Healing Arts and Pagan Studies ~ Bury Your Old Self Spell

If you are bothered by an aspect of your personality that you would like to let go of, then take a new potato and a knife and carve the potato into an image that represents the aspect. At midnight, take the carving out into a forest or field and bury it in the ground. As you do, repeat these words:

With this image, I consign this aspect of myself to my mother the Earth. As this image returns to the earth, this aspect of my personality dissolves into my psyche and is transformed into new capabilities.

By: Robert Place
From: GrannyMoon’s Morning Feast Archives
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Healing Arts and Pagan Studies ~ Spell to Bless A Spring Garden

You Will Need:
1 qt. milk
Garden seeds or plants
½ cup honey 2 stakes or sticks for each garden row
2 qt. container pastel ribbon (1 for each stake)
small tree or bush branch w/ newly sprouted leaves and buds

Take all the materials outside to the garden.  Mix the milk and honey
together and pour it into a container.  Place the branch in the container
and set it aside.

Poke a stake in the ground and the beginning and end of each row, then sow
the seeds and/or set the plants.  Tie a ribbon bow around each stake,
saying to the seeds and the plants in that row:

“Perfect love, I give to you.
sprout and thrive w/ life anew.”

Pick up the container and using the branch, asperse the garden w/ milk and
honey.  Consecrate it saying:

“Milk and honey flow throughout,
fertilize each seed and sprout.
maiden, Green Man, dance and play,
twirl and laugh here everyday.
bring lush growth and green this spot
every where you skip and walk.”

Water the garden thoroughly. Tend to it’s need each day.

by: Dorothy Morrison
GrannyMoon’s Morning Feast 2002
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Healing Arts and Pagan Studies ~ Copper Polish with EOs

1 drop of Lemon essential oil on a soft cloth will polish copper with gentle buffing

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Heartwings Love Notes 670 Soaking
Heartwings says, “Patience is an important factor in good results.”

The hot water felt good on my sore finger. I had recently hurt it and the small wound was bothersome. As I soaked it I thought of how well the application of hot water works to heal small cuts and infections as well as reduce swellings. Over time it speeds up the healing process and prevents infections from spreading. Heat is a remarkable healer.

Last month I pulled a muscle in my thigh. Nothing seemed to help or make it better until my acupuncturist suggested applying a heating pad to it three times a day for twenty to thirty minutes. The pain soon diminished and it took only about a week or so to go away completely. Soaking the sore muscle in heat did the trick. Combined with a bit of patience, soaking is good medicine.

The best way to clean a sticky, gummy pot, pan or dish is to soak it for a while. Often hot water is all that is needed to resolve whatever has adhered itself to the utensil. Occasionally the addition of soap or a scrubbing sponge helps. Once again, soaking plus time equals situation resolved. It is remarkable how much hot water helps to resolve a difficult or even a painful problem.

Stains on clothing also respond to soaking, though sometimes it is cold water that is wanted rather than hot, depending on the stain. Soaking also works as well for physical aches and pains. When the body is achy, one of the great luxuries in life is a hot bath in which to soak. Epsom salts, an inexpensive remedy added to the hot water in the tub increases its efficacy.

In today’s fast paced world impatient people often seek speedy resolutions. Medicine must work overnight if not immediately. With the correct chemicals clothes, pots and pans must sparkle right away. This attitude doesn’t allow for the gentle, safe application of time and soaking. An old fashioned way of doing things can often be more effective, less expensive and easier over all.

May you find simple ways like these to resolve your small dilemmas.

Blessings and Best Regards, Tasha Halpert

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American Scene
Stephen Halpert
The Bride, Part 1

This incident occurred at the annual Spring Rites psychic fair and costume ball. It was held at a hotel in downtown Worcester. Conflicting eyewitness reports stymied police. The whereabouts of the missing woman, Maria Gomez as well as the bloodstains leading to the hotel’s roof remain a mystery.

Maria Gomez petite, recently divorced dental assistant looked in her mirror as she got ready to attend the Spring Rites where she had been invited to be a reader. She brushed a fleck of dust from her long black velvet skirt and straightened her immaculate white ruffled blouse. With a last look around her clean tidy apartment she left for the evening.

Sitting at her table in the grand ballroom, she reached into her purse for a piece of dark chocolate. She hoped someone interesting would feel drawn to her for a reading.

Shortly after eight a lean, distinguished gentleman in formal Edwardian attire appeared before her. He flung open his cape and bowed. A pair of unobtrusive fangs just touched his lower lip. With a flourish he reached for her hand and kissed it.

His kiss made her feel dizzy. Goosebumps erupted all over her body. She took a breath, blinked, and straightened her shoulders.

He bowed again and sat across from her.

She nodded. “What an impressive costume. How authentic. May I ask your name?”

He peered into her eyes, “I am Count Dracula.”

That she wasn’t expecting. She took a breath and shuffled her cards while she hedged for time. “Count Dracula,” she asked.  “May I ask where you live?“ She smiled bravely. “Transylvania?”

His deep voice made her shiver. “No my dear, near Purgatory Chasm. I am most fortunate. My ancestral manse built prior to the Revolution still stands.”

More chills raced throughout her. Even though it was warm for late April she wished she had worn a shawl over her blouse.

His eyes bored into her. He pursed his lips and clutched her hands. What was it about him? She felt so disoriented.

He leaned closer. Speaking barely above a whisper he asked. “Will I find my bride tonight? Will she come to me and be mine?” He clutched her hand. “I know she must be here.”

Maria’s psychic senses completely failed her. She felt overwhelmed with an impending sense of dread. She took a breath and handed him her tarot deck. He shuffled and cut it. As he handed them back, her new tarot cards felt clammy.

She laid out the cards as she usually did but was astounded by what she saw. The layout began with the Tower, concluded with the Devil, and in between was every menacing sword in the deck.

She gazed at the cards speechless. Finally she opened her mouth and croaked, “Well, you might move.”

“Yes,“ he said. “I find I move about quite often.”

She sighed, that was encouraging. “I see you studying very hard, late into the night, reading from ancient manuscripts.” Then she giggled nervously. “Oh my! I just saw you turn into a large black bird.”

“You are very good,“ he smiled. “Yes, there are many ancient scrolls and manuscripts in my personal library.” Then he peered at her and lowered his voice. “You are feeling concern? Something is upsetting you?”

`        “Oh no, no,“ she said breathlessly. “No, not at all.” Although her head was still spinning, she gave him her best dental assistant smile, the one she shared with nervous patients just as the dentist first injected Novocain.

“I just feel you’ll be confronting and examining issues,” she said. “But issues are good to examine aren’t they?”

He brushed his hand against her cheek. “And my love? My bride?”

Her head spun. His voice seemed far away.

“Will she soon be mine?“ Abruptly he stood, took her hand in his and kissed her fingers. Looking intently into her eyes he said. “My bride? She will emerge?”

Maria felt frozen in her chair. Her stomach lurched, her hand quivered in his.

She tried to speak but couldn’t.

“Are you my bride?“ he whispered.

She was too petrified to respond.  She breathed faster, then caught in his glance, she felt pulled out of herself into his deeply dark countenance.

His mouth sharpened. For an instant his face morphed into that same black bird she had glimpsed psychically, earlier. Then he returned to himself but with his fangs more visible.

“My bride!” He growled. He reached across the table, clutched her wrists, pulled her upward and folded her into his arms. He lifted her from her chair and lowered his mouth to her throat.

As drops of blood stained the ruffles of her white blouse, Maria gasped in ecstasy. Then she fainted dead away. He swept her into his cloak, sprouted wings, and much to the surprise of those sitting at the tables around them carried her out of the ballroom.

“Did you see that?“ Someone said from a nearby table.

“Were those wings?”

“Had to be some sort of bird. I saw a black beak.“

“Look there’s blood on the carpet.”

Overcome with shock they looked fearfully at one another and shook their heads in disbelief.

Called to the scene, the police followed the trail of blood up the stairs to the roof where it ended abruptly at the edge. A missing persons report was filed but Maria Gomez was never found.

(to be continued)

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Little May Rose,
turn around, turn around!
Little May Rose,
we watch you turn round!
Rose of the May,
come away, come away,
Rose of the May,
to the woods, come away.
How merry we are,
as the season closes,
how merry we go
from May to the roses.
~Alsacian Folksong of Spring

The bright beauty of spring is short-lived, yet none the less beautiful for that. One of the great lessons we can learn from spring is to revel in, but not cling to, those lovely things that come our way for a moment, for a month, for a season. All things, all people, pass – some more quickly than others. We can either mourn constantly for our losses, or praise the goddess for the brief beauties that flower in our lives.

It always seems easier to let go of what we define as difficult or painful than it is to release pleasure and joy. Yet, both, equally, must pass. What sustains us through pain can seem unfair when life becomes pleasurable again. Yet spring cannot stay. Embrace it, and let it go.
By Patricia Monaghan
From “The Goddess Companion” and GrannyMoon’s Morning Feast Archives

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