2015 Lunar Calendar
2015 Lunar Calendar
Our 2015 "Grandmother Moon" Lunar Calendar shows which phase the moon is in each day of the year. The center of each moon contains the astrological symbol the full moon falls in as well as one of the Native American names for that full moon (each group has different names for the moons). If you are interested in learning more about the moon changing signs every 2 1/2 days and what full moons can mean for you, check out the We'moon Calendar and sites like Virgo Magic!
This print was designed by Janeen Singer during the blood moon eclipse of 2014 on the northern California coast. Our designer from the last two years, Alma Reyes Evans, will be back in 2016.
The calendar is size 11x15" & comes to you on 100 lb white paper in color ink. It ships in a stay-flat thick envelope. Moon phases are based on the northern hemisphere.
Lunar Calendars show what phase the moon is in every day of the year, so the idea is that you can chart your menstrual cycle (or any life cycle) with the moon, which is on a 28 day cycle like a menstrual cycle. Before the age of electricity, our ancestors bled with the new moon and ovulated with the full moon. Every body is unique and the lunar calendar is simply a tool that can work for anyone to notice how these (all) cycles are interrelated as our ancestors did.
The new moon, or the dark moon, is symbolic of new soil- a time to plant seeds and intentions for the 28 day cycle ahead, and as the moon grows (waxes), the seeds grow and our intentions begin to manifest in some way. The full moon represents the fullness or completion of whatever was planted during the new moon- a time to celebrate or notice what has peaked. As the moon wanes and her light diminishes, the cycle comes to a close and we let go of the current cycle to prepare for the next. Our ancestors have used the moon as a guide in this way for thousands of years.
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