Naming the Moon
It is traditional to assign special names to each full moon of the year, though the rules that determine the name for a given month’s full moon has changed over time (e.g., the blue moon). An ancient method of assigning names is based upon seasons and quarters of the year. For instance, the Egg Moon (the full moon before Easter) would be the first moon after March 21, and the Lenten Moon would be the last moon on or before March 21. Modern practice, however, is to assign the traditional names based on the Gregorian calendar month when the full moon falls. This method frequently results in the same name as the older method would, and is far more convenient to use.
Things that happen on a full moon
It has been said that Tidal waves change during a full moon. This is because , high and low tides are now at their absolute maximum and minimum. It has also been said that the chances of being bitten by a dog are double during a full moon. It is known that that in mental homes or asylums there is more unrest and the same goes for anywhere where emotions run high, such as prisons or hospitals or police stations. Staff will often report more problems at this particular time.
Fun things to do on a Full Moon
Make a wish
cleanse your crystals
write down your dreams
ask for angelic guidance
send love out to the universe and mother earth
read your tarot or angel cards for in depth inspiration
Send healing out to someone you care about
put a crystal in a glass of water, leave overnight on a windowsill overlooking the full moon, use the water for a special plant.
Blue Moon is when there are 2 full moons in one Month: This is when the next one is happening in 2015
Full Moon – July 2, 2015
Blue Moon – July 31, 2015
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