spring equinox

March Equinox 2017

SPRING EQUINOX ~ NORTHERN HEMISPHERE

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SUN ENTERS ARIES (click here)

SOUTHERN HEMISPHERE (click here)

Window Spring Equinox: March 19 – 21
Exact Spring Equinox: March 20 ~ 6:29 a.m. Eastern

Combine these potent energies to activate sacred balance with Earth and her natural rhythms.

 

Spring Equinox and the Aries sun burst forth with the exuberance of the young, playful, and new. Things start really heating up here as the sun brings the active growing cycle, so get ready to actively plant your garden and your desires.

Fire, the action realm of energy and light, provides the life force that warms the earth and the crops for growth. It creates the excitement and passion for any endeavor and provides the spark needed to activate desire. As the solar force, it shows its yin/yang expression in the turning of day into night and night into day. The sun teaches you to balance your active, outward moving, daylight energy with the cool, restful, and reflective energy of the evening. 

Imbolc

February Cross Quarter 2017

 February Cross-Quarter

Imbolc

Imbolc ~ Northern Hemisphere

Traditionally celebrated on February 1 or 2

Exact Astrological Point February 3

Click for Lughnasad in the Southern-Hemisphere

Imbolc is the cross-quarter Wheel of the Year point following Winter Solstice.  Also known as Brighid’s day or Candlemas, it marks the starting point of spring. Here, you begin to subtly notice that the days are lengthening, and depending on the where you live, you may actually start to see signs of spring. In colder climates, Imbolc may simply bring the promise of spring as the light of the sun slowly begins to increase. Tune in this year to the subtle shifts you notice in the air and light around and after Imbolc. What does it signal internally for you? What things do you get a renewed urge to do?

Sun Enters Capricorn

December Solstice 2016

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Winter Solstice (Northern Hemisphere)
 Sun Enters Capricorn
Summer Solstice (Southern Hemisphere)

Create a Dynamic Year 2017

Element: Earth

Winter Solstice Window: December 20 – 22

Winter Solstice Exact: December 21 ~ 5:45 a.m. Eastern

Sun in Capricorn Window: December 21 – January 18

Sun Enters Capricorn Exact: December 21 ~ 5:45 a.m. Eastern

 

Northern Hemisphere

Winter SolsticeSun Enters Capricorn

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October Cross Quarter Point 2016

 

 



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 Beltane ~ Southern Hemisphere – Click Heresamhain-lisa-michaels

Samhain traditionally celebrated on October 31

Exact Astrological Point November 6

The four cross-quarter days of the Wheel of the Year were considered very important by the ancient people who worked with the Wheel.  Honored by many cultures as a sacred time, Samhain (pronounced Sah-win, or Sah-ween) is also known as Halloween, All Souls Night, All Hallows Eve, with the Day of the Dead, or All Souls Day following on November 1 or 2. The medieval Irish word Samhain means summer’s end. It’s celebrated as the last of three harvest festivals (Lughnasad, being the first; Autumnal Equinox, the second), as the growing season in the Northern Hemisphere comes to a close.

Fall Equinox

September Equinox Sun Enters Libra 2016

September Equinox
Sun Enters Libra 2016

Fall Equinox

Element: Sun in Libra, Air

Window Autumnal Equinox: September 21 23

Exact Autumnal Equinox: September 22 ~ 10:22 a.m. Eastern

Window Sun in Libra: September 22 October 21

Exact Sun in Libra: September 22 ~ 10:22 a.m. Eastern

 

Autumnal Equinox (Northern Hemisphere)…       Spring Equinox (Southern Hemisphere) click here

In the Northern Hemisphere, Autumnal Equinox and the Libra sun bring the second harvest celebration of the year as the growing cycle begins to fade away. Just as things started really heating up at the Spring Equinox for the active growing cycle to begin, Autumnal Equinox brings a change toward the reflective phase of the cycle as the turn toward the darker days of the year deepens. Now the old cycle begins to fall away as the ground prepares to rest.

LUGHNASAD

August Cross Quarter 2016

August Cross Quarter 2016

Lughnasad (Northern Hemisphere)

LUGHNASAD

Imbolc (Southern Hemisphere) – click here

Lughnasad traditionally celebrated August 1
Exact Astrological Point August 7

Lughnasad, (pronounced loo-na-sah), is named after the sun god Lugh, and is the cross-quarter Wheel of the Year point following Summer Solstice. Also known as Lammas, it marks the starting point of the turn toward autumn. The cross-quarter days which fall between the solstices and equinoxes signal the turn toward the next season. For ease of timing, the day of the celebration became more focalized on a certain day, say August 1, when the energy of the cross-quarter day might vary by as much as a week. Astrologically, Lughnasad falls exactly between Summer Solstice and Autumnal Equinox.

Summer Solstice

June Solstice 2016

Join Lisa Michaels and this year’s
Priestess Process Facilitators 
for a Solstice Full Moon Priestess Ceremonial Event!

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Summer Solstice

 

SUMMER SOLSTICE ~ SUN ENTERS CANCER 

Element: Sun in Cancer, Water
Window Summer Solstice: June 19 21
Exact Summer Solstice: June 20 ~ 6:34 pm Eastern
Window Sun in Cancer: June 20 July 21
Exact Sun in Cancer: June 20 ~ 6:34 pm Eastern

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Summer Solstice
(Northern Hemisphere)

Summer Solstice

Solstice means “Sun Standstill,” and Summer Solstice, in the Northern Hemisphere, brings us the longest day of the year. Find time to bask in the bright abundant light summer brings and enjoy the harvest as things begin to ripen around you. This is a wonderful day to consciously witness the sunrise and appreciate the blessings the solar light and fuel bring into your life.

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May Cross Quarter 2016

BELTANE

Northern Hemisphere

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Traditionally Celebrated May 1

Exact Astrological Point May 5

Beltane is the cross-quarter Wheel of the Year point following Spring Equinox. Also known as May Day, it marks the starting point of the turn toward summer. The flowers are in full bloom, and the days are definitely longer. Beltane, halfway around the Wheel from Samhain, celebrates the light life-giving portion of the cycle, while Samhain represents the dark time of year, and the dying away portion of the cycle. At both of these windows, the veil between the worlds is thin, so stay open for magical messages from the spirit realm.

March Equinox 2016

Libra Full Moon Eclipse Creation Magic
Wednesday, March 23 at 3pm Eastern

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SPRING EQUINOX ~ NORTHERN HEMISPHERE

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SUN ENTERS ARIES (Below)

(Southern Hemisphere Below)

Window Spring Equinox: March 19 21

Exact Spring Equinox: March 20 ~ 0:31a.m. Eastern

 

February Cross-Quarter 2016

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 February Cross-Quarter
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Imbolc ~ Northern Hemisphere

Traditionally celebrated on February 1 or 2

Exact Astrological Point February 4

Click for Lughnasad in the Southern-Hemisphere

Imbolc is the cross-quarter Wheel of the Year point following Winter Solstice.  Also known as Brighid’s day or Candlemas, it marks the starting point of spring. Here, you begin to subtly notice that the days are lengthening, and depending on the where you live, you may actually start to see signs of spring. In colder climates, Imbolc may simply bring the promise of spring as the light of the sun slowly begins to increase. Tune in this year to the subtle shifts you notice in the air and light around and after Imbolc. What does it signal internally for you? What things do you get a renewed urge to do?

October Cross Quarter Point 2015

October Cross Quarter Point 2015

 

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samhain headerSouthern Hemisphere

 October Cross Quarter Point

Samhain traditionally celebrated on October 31

Exact Astrological Point November 7

The four cross-quarter days of the Wheel of the Year were considered very important by the ancient people who worked with the Wheel.  Honored by many cultures as a sacred time, Samhain (pronounced Sah-win, or Sah-ween) is also known as Halloween, All Souls Night, All Hallows Eve, with the Day of the Dead, or All Souls Day following on November 1 or 2. The medieval Irish word Samhain means summer’s end. It’s celebrated as the last of three harvest festivals (Lughnasad, being the first; Autumnal Equinox, the second), as the growing season in the Northern Hemisphere comes to a close.

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HANDOUTSEquinox Dance

 SIT LISTENING


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September Equinox
Sun Enters Libra 2015

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Element: Sun in Libra, Air
Window Autumnal Equinox: September 22-24
Exact Autumnal Equinox:  September 23 – 4:21 am Eastern
Window Sun in Libra:  September 23 – October 22
Exact Sun in Libra:  September 23 – 4:21 am Eastern 

 

Autumnal Equinox (Northern Hemisphere)…       Spring Equinox (Southern Hemisphere) click here

In the Northern Hemisphere, Autumnal Equinox and the Libra sun bring the second harvest celebration of the year as the growing cycle begins to fade away. Just as things started really heating up at the Spring Equinox for the active growing cycle to begin, Autumnal Equinox brings a change toward the reflective phase of the cycle as the turn toward the darker days of the year deepens. Now the old cycle begins to fall away as the ground prepares to rest.

Lughnasad

August Cross Quarter 2015

August Cross Quarter 2015

Lughnasad (Northern Hemisphere)

Lughnasad

Lughnasad traditionally celebrated August 1
Exact Astrological Point August 7

Lughnasad, (pronounced loo-na-sah), is named after the sun god Lugh, and is the cross-quarter Wheel of the Year point following Summer Solstice.  Also known as Lammas, it marks the starting point of the turn toward autumn. The cross-quarter days which fall between the solstices and equinoxes signal the turn toward the next season. For ease of timing, the day of the celebration became more focalized on a certain day, say August 1, when the energy of the cross-quarter day might vary by as much as a week.  Astrologically, Lughnasad falls exactly between Summer Solstice and Autumnal Equinox.

June Solstice ~ Sun Enters Cancer 2015

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Monday, June 22 in the Solstice Window

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June Solstice ~ Sun Enters Cancer

summerElement: Sun in Cancer, Water
Window Summer Solstice:
June 20-22
Exact Summer Solstice:
June 21 – 12:38 PM Eastern
Window Sun in Cancer:
June 21 – July 22
Exact Sun in Cancer:
June 21 – 12:38 PM Eastern

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Summer Solstice
(Northern Hemisphere)

Solstice means “Sun Standstill” and Summer Solstice, in the Northern Hemisphere, brings us the longest day of the year. Find time to bask in the bright abundant light summer brings and enjoy the harvest as things begin to ripen around you. This is a wonderful day to consciously witness the sunrise and appreciate the blessings the solar light and fuel bring into your life.

May Cross Quarter 2015

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Traditionally Celebrated May 1

Exact Astrological Point May 6

Beltane is the cross-quarter Wheel of the Year point following Spring Equinox. Also known as May Day, it marks the starting point of the turn toward summer. The flowers are in full bloom, and the days are definitely longer. Beltane, halfway around the Wheel from Samhain, celebrates the light life-giving portion of the cycle, while Samhain represents the dark time of year, and the dying away portion of the cycle. At both of these windows, the veil between the worlds is thin, so stay open for magical messages from the spirit realm.