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Year of moons, season of trees

Pattalee Glass-Koentop

Year of moons, season of trees

mysteries & rites of Celtic tree magic

by Pattalee Glass-Koentop

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Published by Llewellyn Publications in St. Paul, Minn., U.S.A .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Magic, Celtic.,
  • Trees -- Religious aspects.,
  • Moon -- Religious aspects.,
  • Goddess religion.,
  • Ritual.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. 241-242).

    StatementPattalee Glass-Koentop.
    SeriesLlewellyn"s world magic series
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBF1622.C45 G53 1991
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxv, 242 p. :
    Number of Pages242
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL2029407M
    ISBN 100875422691
    LC Control Number91006671

    As would be expected, each season comes with its own sets of symbols, attributes, and themes. We can start with the season of new life, rejuvenation, and rebirth: spring. Spring Season Symbolism. Spring is a season overflowing with symbolism. It is a transitional time of year, when the cold and dark dwindle away and the rains of rebirth fall Author: Leah M Bostwick. The people’s close connection to nature is seen in their calendars. Based on the moon cycles, the Native American year is divided in to 13 moons with each moon being 28 days long.. Though calendar types vary from tribe to tribe, nearly all tribal calendars begin in the spring; to Native people, spring symbolizes the start of a new year through the birth of new plant and animal life.   A Year of Full Moon Names. January: The Wolf Moon. Packs of hungry wolves howling on a cold January night are the inspiration of this full moon name. Other popular names were Old Moon, Ice Moon and Moon After Yule. February: Snow Moon. February .


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The 13 scales on Turtle's shell stand for the 13 cycles of the moon, each with its own name and a story that relates to the changing seasons. Joseph Bruchac and Jonathan London collaborate to reveal the beauty of the natural world around us, while Thomas Locker's illustrations honor both Native American legends and the varied American landscape/5.

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