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October is off to an exceedingly early start with a Full Moon occurring on October 1stThis moon is also referred to in North America as the Harvest Moon and the Hunters Moon.  The Harvest Moon is the moon that occurs closest to the October equinox each year.  🌾

October 7th brings the peak of the Draconids Meteor Shower which begins on October 6th and runs through October 10th.  Meteors will radiate from the Draco Constellation but can appear anywhere in the sky. |

On October 13th Mars is at Opposition and will be fully illuminated by the Sun on its closest approach to Earth.  The red planet will be visible all night long and be brighter than at any other time of the year.

The New Moon is on October 16th so do not forget to take the time to enjoy a view of the star clusters and galaxies without the light from the moon to obscure them.2We have two more Meteor Showers, so two more auspicious opportunities to give your crystals a nice boost, on October 21/22 with the Orionids Meteor Shower and on October 29/30 with the Southern Taurids Meteor Shower.

October is a “once in a blue moon” month with the Full Moon on October 31st which also happens to be a Blue MoonUranus will also be at its closest approach to Earth on this evening and will be fully illuminated by the Sun, but still difficult to see without a powerful telescope.

I hope each of you will follow your own New Moon Rituals, open yourself up, and set the intentions for the month ahead. If you feel too focused on the details, remind yourself to keep your mind open, look at the bigger picture and even challenge yourself to focus on an area of life you may have been neglecting.

There are several especially great times to give your crystals a bit of lunar love this month so ensure they get a bit of lunar light this October!  🦇🍁🎃🍁🦇



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