Whatever the weather is like the first twelve days of January indicates what the weather will be like for the next twelve months, with each day equal to one successive month.
If the New Moon falls on Saturday, there will be twenty days of wind and rain.
Full Hunger Moon
Full Snow Moon
A snowy February brings a good Spring, but a mild month means stormy weather. A mild, sunny February is a particularly bad omen, portending a stormy Summer.
Full Worm Moon
Full Crow Moon
Full Sap Moon
If March weather comes in like a lamb, it will go out like a lion.
Early March is the traditional time to begin gathering three each of the nine sacred woods for the Beltane Fire.
The Nine Sacred Woods are:
- Birch - representing the Goddess or female principle.
- Oak - symbolizing the God or male principle.
- Rowan, or Mountain Ash to celebrate life, as it represents the Tree of Life.
- Willow, sacred to Hecate, is the tree of death. It represents a celebration of death.
- Hawthorn - tree of purification.
- Hazel - tree of wisdom. Add hazel to gain wisdow.
- Apple - tree of love. Add apple wood for the magic of love.
- Vine - tree of joy. It's juice capable of altering consciousness. Add vine for joy.
- Fir - tree of immortality. Add fir to your Beltane fire for rebirth.
Full Pink Moon
Sprouting Grass Moon
Full Fish Moon
Full Strawberry Moon
Full Rose Moon
If it rains on June 27, then it will rain for the next seven weeks.
A wet June makes a dry September.
A dripping June brings all things in tune.
If swallows fly near the ground in June, rain is coming.
Hot and dry weather will come tomorrow if Bats are seen flying on a June evening.
Green Corn Moon
Full Red Moon
Green Corn Moon
Full Sturgeon Moon
Full Ripe Moon
Full Hay Moon
Full Harvest Moon
Elk Call Moon
If it is fair the first day of September, it will remain so at least until the beginning of October.
Moon When Calves Grow Hair
Yellow Leaf Moon
Big Feast Moon
The more bright red berries that can be seen in the hedgerows this month, the more frost and snow there will be in the forthcoming winter.
Big Wind Moon
Dying Grass Moon
Long Nights Moon
Full Cold Moon
Big Freezing Moon
The origin of the Christmas tree is generally ascribed to Martin Luther of Germany, the 16th century reformer. But the German word for the Christmas tree is not Kristenbaum, as might be expected if that were true, but Tannenbaum, a word obviously related to Tinne or Glastin, the sacred trees of the ancient Celts.