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Tuesday, March 10th, 2015

By the light of a silver moon


Good Morning Readers, 

The March moon is known by many names reflecting this ever changing time of the year the earth shifts from one season to another. Many of the Native American names describe this time of year by the important activities to the tribe and it’s survival. For the Arapahoe, the March moon was the time of “Buffalo dropping calves” while to the Hopi it was the ” time of the whispering moon” and to the Omaha it was the ” Little Frog Moon”. There is no doubt our ancestors saw this as a time of renewal and promised abundance as the earth reawakens from the long barren winter. Today’s Moon Phase is the Waning Gibbous Moon. Astrologically, what is the gibbous moon? It’s when the Moon is more than half full, but not quite fully illuminated, when you look at it from the perspective of Earth. the Waxing…

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