Full Moon Goddesses  

Posted by Stella Clark

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"SHE RISES AT SUNSET WHEN THE MOON AND SUN ARE ON OPPOSITE SIDES OF THE EARTH AND OPPOSITE ASTROLOGICAL SIGNS. FULL MOON TIME IS A TIME OF DEEP INTENSITY AND CLARITY, OF STRONG ENERGIES THAT SEEM TO BE PULLING ONE IN OPPOSITE DIRECTIONS; IT IS A TIME OF HIGH CREATIVITY, EXCITEMENT, TENSION, AND TREMENDOUS POTENTIAL. THE SEED OF THE NEW MOON IS NOW REALIZED AND ESTABLISHED. ONE MAY FEEL THE URGE TO CONNECT PSYCHICALLY WITH SOMEONE YOU LOVE WHO IS FAR AWAY. TAKE TIME TO WRITE A LETTER TO SOMEONE YOU HAVEN'T SEEN IN A LONG TIME. BE YOUR MOST CREATIVE SELF FOR ELECTRICITY IN THE AIR IS AT ITS GREATEST JUST BEFORE AND ON THE DAY OF THE FULL MOON...AND WHEN SHE ACTUALLY PEAKS IN HER FULLNESS, YOU WILL ACTUALLY FEEL A SENSE OF RELIEF. THE FULL MOON REPRESENTS THE MATURITY, NURTURING, AND RICHNESS OF THE MOTHER ASPECT OF THE TRIPLE GODDESS."

One such goddess is Aspelenie, an Eastern European goddess of hearth and home. I've found no photos of Her, but it is said She took the form of a friendly serpent. The domestic green snake was considered a highly revered animal in Baltic folklore, and to have one cross your path indicated a future marriage or the birth of a child. Among the pre-Christian Lithuanians, She was considered a servant of the sun goddess, Saule, and was thought to bless the home with abundance and protection. The corners of a home and the area behind the stove are Her sacred areas.

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