Friday, November 27, 2020

November Beaver Moon Worksheet

full moon, esbat, ritual, witchcraft, moon magic

November's Beaver Moon is named after the beaver's hunkering down in their lodges this time of year. This Full Moon is also referred to as the Frost Moon or Freezing Moon, for the frost the coats the ground as Winter approached, and the Deer Rutting Moon in reference to the rut. Depending on when the Moon falls, this Full Moon is often associated with the Witch's New Year, making it the perfect time to work new beginning spells, shed bad habitats just as the deer shed their antlers, cleanse your home, and focus on self-care. 

This month's Full Moon worksheet contains the usuals of my past Full Moon worksheets, including a to release and cleanse section, a box for your intuition, and an oracle spread. I decided to switch to oracle cards from tarot because there is some talk in the witch community of tarot being a closed practice, and out of an abundance of caution I felt switching was best. Unlike past worksheets, however, this one can be used every November, as it is based on the correspondences of the moon itself and not other astrological events. The tarot spread for this month features 4 cards to help figure out what you should shed this month, much like the deer who will shed their antlers.

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  1. Thank you very much, dear Willow. The name "Beaver Moon" has long resonated with me, especially given the abundance of beavers here in Canada. Interestingly though, despite their prevalence, I've never seen one in the wild. Hopefully someday!

    Autumn Zenith 🧡 Witchcrafted Life

    1. Really? I see wild ones all the time here in Georgia around the lake where I live. They cause a lot of problems for people who live near the rivers they wish to dam. I love them to death and think they are so fascinating to watch.


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