Spinning Wheel, Luna Seas

We get doubled off wondrous~ness tonight folks.

The shortest day of year will have passed, and the days will begin to lengthen. Usually considered the first day of winter, I consider it the half way mark to long, languid days and short sultry nights.

It is the ultimate day of renewal. The sun has returned.

Tonight between midnight and 3 am we will be treated to a full lunar eclipse as well. Mine shall likely be obscured by the incoming weather system, but when the moon rose tonight it was full and reddish.

A grand sight, indeed.

Tomorrow starts my new year, it is Midwinter’s Night Eve, Yule, a turn of the root Wheel.

Look up, look out, look in.

Yep, I’m crazy, but I’m your crazy….. and tonight I’m crazy for the moon and the sun and the shadow we make across them all.



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2 comments

    • Diane G on December 21, 2010 at 3:22 am
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  1. is now a large cat litter sand box.  A new job will limit the spiritual woodland retreats which counter the evil effects of the summer globalist meetings.  The prospect of maybe another spring slightly excites me.  Longer days, breaking in the horses again, using the boats in the chemtrail flooded spring rains with the grandkids in tow and researching that ultimate survialist community once again.

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