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full moon close to Samhain
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David Dalton
2012-10-17 03:32:31 UTC
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Full moon will be 5:19 p.m. Newfoundland Daylight Time Oct. 29
and will be within a couple of days after the pre-Hallowe'en
weekend festivities in downtown St. John's and a couple of
days before Hallowe'en.

So will you celebrate Samhain on this closest full moon
of Oct. 29 or on the night of Oct. 31/Nov. 1? Here
in St. John's there probably will be celebration from
Friday Oct. 26 to the night of Oct. 31/Nov. 1. But I'll
probably do a private ritual Oct. 29 and then go downtown
the night of Oct. 31/Nov. 1.


Right now it is 1.6 days after the exact time of new
moon and I am again hoping to come out of the low
years during early waxing crescent moon.
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Lady Azure, Baroness of the North Pole
2012-10-18 04:01:45 UTC
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Post by David Dalton
Full moon will be 5:19 p.m. Newfoundland Daylight Time Oct. 29
and will be within a couple of days after the pre-Hallowe'en
weekend festivities in downtown St. John's and a couple of
days before Hallowe'en.
So will you celebrate Samhain on this closest full moon
of Oct. 29 or on the night of Oct. 31/Nov. 1? Here
in St. John's there probably will be celebration from
Friday Oct. 26 to the night of Oct. 31/Nov. 1. But I'll
probably do a private ritual Oct. 29 and then go downtown
the night of Oct. 31/Nov. 1.
National Pass Time in the United States, Celebration of Sin, Mardi Gra!
Wish I was state side to go see how the Play in Carbondale IL, turned out!
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