Full Hunter Moon in Aries/Libra on October 20, 2021

The Full Hunter Moon is coming up. Next week, on Wednesday, October 20th, the full moon will be exact at 7:56 am Arizona (PDT) time. Sun in Libra and Moon in Aries makes this full moon all about balancing between Other and Self, where Libra tends to be more social and relationship-oriented, thinking as WE, and Aries tends to be more concerned with oneself, I. It truly is important to find the balance between the two. We need to take care of ourselves and not just give in to others, and yet, be diplomatic in learning to communicate tactfully and clearly.

We are also moving towards Samhain, the time of endings and beginnings, which aligns with the Full Moon cycle. The veils are thinning and we can feel more otherworldly influences around us. It’s a time to regenerate and be in the silence as well as celebrating for the last of our harvest from the year behind us, and preparing for the dark half of the year.

Balance of Self and Other, endings and beginnings, this world and other world, ancestors, last of the harvest, deep silence.

Our Samhain ceremony is on Oct. 30th at 4:30 pm, online on the Druids of the Light Facebook page. We will be sending out a reminder when we get closer to the date.

Blessings of the Full Hunter Moon to you!

Samhain – Honoring the Ancestors

The next ceremony of the Wheel of the Year is Samhain – the time of the New Year in the Celtic tradition.

Samhain is a sacred time when we welcome the turning towards winter, the last of the harvest celebrations, the halfway mark between the Autumn Equinox and the Winter Solstice. It is also considered to be the beginning of the Druid New Year. We honor our Ancestors at this time when the veil between the worlds is at its thinnest.

Come and join Druids of the Light in a very special Ancestor Rite in honor of Samhain, followed by a special blessing to carry us into the coming year. We will be meeting on Facebook Live on the Druids of the Light Facebook page on Saturday, October 30th at 4:30 pm.

New Moon in Libra on Wednesday, October 6th

The moon is New on October 6th at 4:05 am, AZ time. This is the start of a new moon cycle. Libra has to do with Balance and Diplomacy, especially in our communications and relationships. There are some aspects that may affect the usual harmony of this moon, including aspects with Mars and Uranus, and Mercury is retrograde until Oct. 18th.

Take care of YOU, maintain your center, do your inner work, and this MAY be a real blessing for you!

Full Harvest Moon in Pisces/Virgo on Sept 20th

The moon will be full on Sept 20th, 2021 at 4:55 pm AZ time. This is a fun full moon due to positive aspects to Jupiter and Mercury, both of which add feelings of optimism, generosity, and good fortune. This is a time of balance, aligned with the Autumn Equinox (which is just two days later). It is also a wonderful balance between the grounded Virgo Sun and the etherial, transcendent Pisces Moon. A wonderful time to really follow your intuition for what’s next for you.

This is also a time to remind you that our Autumn Equinox ceremony on Facebook Live is happening this coming Saturday at 5:00 pm. You may want to tune into that.

We also want to remind you of the Sedona Psychic Autumn Equinox Festival coming up on Sept 25th at Unity of Sedona from 9 am – 3 pm.

You may check back on previous entries to get more details on each of these events.

Blessings of the full moon to you and yours!

Sedona’s Psychic Equinox Festival

We will be participating as vendors in the Sedona’s Psychic Equinox Festival on September 25th from 9am – 3pm at Unity of Sedona. We will be offering psychic soul readings using Druid Animal Oracle cards, and also have books for sale, including our Druid book, Ancient Wisdom Now, and our Journey of Awakening book, a link to both of which can be found on our website. We would love for you to join us. More information about the vendors is here: https://sedonaspsychicequinoxfestival.com/vendors/

More information about the Festival is here: https://sedonaspsychicequinoxfestival.com/

New Moon in Virgo, Sept 6th

The new moon in September is on September 6th at 5:22 pm AZ Time (PDT). This new moon is in the sign of Virgo, known for groundedness, attention to detail, and healing. This is a time to do the inner work on old wounds and allow transformation to take place to prepare for the upcoming seasons. This is also a time to celebrate the harvest – to celebrate our successes for the past month and for the past few seasons.

Autumn Equinox – a celebration of the Harvest

Autumn Equinox is a time of balance, a time when day and night are equal in length, and a time of turning inward as we contemplate the coming winter. It is also a time to express gratitude for all of the abundance and blessings that have come our way in the past year.


Druids of the Light will be meeting on Facebook Live on Saturday, September 18th at 5:00 pm to celebrate this wonderful time of harvest, and to honor Nuada and Airmed, the god and goddess of healing and prosperity. The ceremony is approximately 30 minutes long.

Fall Harvest

Full Sturgeon Moon – Aquarius/Leo August 22nd, 2021

The Full Moon in August is on August 22nd at 5:01 am AZ time (PDT). A full moon is a time of completion and the Leo sun energy combined with the Aquarian moon energy are both helping us to bring projects to fruition. The alignment with the Sturgeons give us resilience and adaptability. A conjunction with Jupiter also brings us spiritual growth and good fortune.

This is also the Harvest season, and some of this energy helps us to continue to stay on track for our more longer-term goals.

New Moon in Leo, August 8, 2021

The New Moon is coming up, Sunday, August 8th at 6:50 am Arizona time (PDT). The Sun and Moon are conjunct in Leo which brings in healthy pride and confidence for formulating new creative projects. Because this New Moon is also square Uranus, the planet of change, this could be a time of sudden, unexpected surprises. Be prepared to flow with it! This is also the time of the first harvest and so we are now beginning to reap what we have sown in the Spring. So it is also a time of celebration.

Blessings of this bright sunny New Moon to you!