You have probably seen the posts being shared regarding the upcoming “super blood wolf moon” on the 21st of January, and as usual people are getting excited about “what it means” and planning rituals, but have you ever stopped to think why is it called a super blood wolf moon? Is that name meaningful to your practice, or is it misleading? From a druid perspective, and indeed I would suggest the vast majority of other people too, the name is entirely superficial. Let us dissect the name and see what it means to us in our quest for knowledge and truth.
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Hello happy to be here! I started my calendar journey on 1st jan 2023 when I realised that the Gregorian was very young compared to human history! I started my journey exploring the 28 day 13 month lunar calendars which i instantly loved due to their link to menstruation and hoped to live my life by it in some way as I feel physically very affected by full moons. Found the website yesterday and read every single inch of it; mind blown!Thank you for your hard work and research, I am seeing this is a complicated and mathematical (not myStrong point) bit of genius but I am determined to learn more as I see that solar and lunar are important together. I look forward to seeing more information, would love to attend some events and meet others interested in this.Kindest regardsCharlotte East Sussex ... See MoreSee Less
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