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Spring Equinox: "Three Hares," © Sue Wookey. The three hares is a circular motif appearing in sacred sites from the Middle and Far East to the churches of southwest England (as the "Tinners’ Rabbits") and historical synagogues in Europe. It is used as an architectural ornament, a religious symbol, and in other works of art. Each of the ears is shared by two hares, so only three ears are shown. It is thought to have a range of symbolic or mystical associations with fertility and the lunar…

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The phases of the moon form an important part of a witches practice, whether one simply keeps their eye upon the sky to acknowledge the moons movements or participates eagerly in Esbats i.e. full moon rituals that celebrate the moon's great feminine energy. As the moon enters into different phases, its energy and how it affects the inhabitants of earth is altered.

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The speckled object depicted here is Callisto, Jupiter’s second largest moon. This image was taken in May 2001 by NASA’s Galileo spacecraft, which studied Jupiter and its moons from 1995 until 2003.

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Remember its full moon tonight, great night for recharging your energies, and for setting intentions for the months ahead. I shall be taking a friend out and teaching him all about moonbathing, recharging energies and setting intentions :) xxx

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