Day Star and Whirling Wheel: Honoring the Sun and Moon in by Galina Krasskova

By Galina Krasskova

Within the Northern culture, the solar is represented via the Goddess Sunna, and the Moon by means of her divine brother Mani. they provide their names to 2 of the times of the week, and their rays shine down upon us, giving existence and suggestion. This devotional is devoted to them, and to their relations. they're greater than mere personifications; they carry pleasure and peace to each day of our lives. We observed them first within the sky as young ones, and now we will comprehend and reverence them much more totally with the aid of this e-book.

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The idea is to pray on the day of the moon phase in question. Start with the current moon phase and go through the prayers. Each phase tends to have a different “theme” or type of energy to work with in my mind. The New Moon for me is for setting goals and making plans to achieve them. The Waxing Crescent is for healing work. The First Quarter is for work involving protection, and the Waxing Gibbous is for luck workings. The Full Moon I see as the “Thanksgiving” of the lunar month, when the moon is at its fullest and thus its bounty of light is at its greatest, so too should we look at our own bounty and be grateful for what we have.

Yet am I secretive. ) Prayer to Nott, Mother Night May our Mother the Night, gracious Nott, Bless us this evening through the five elements. May She look down upon us And enfold us in Her blessed darkness, Through which no malice may penetrate. May Nott enfold us in Her protection. May She look down upon us with gracious benevolence. May She watch over our slumber And grant us the grace of ivory-hued dreams. Hail to Nott, ancient Goddess, Vast and unknowable, bedecked in stars, With the world at Her feet.

I will always sing your praise. Hail Mani! ) Refrain (to be said before each of the four verses given below): Hail to the House of Mundilfari, In the turning of seasons, the passing of days. Hail to the dawn and hail to the dusk And to the passing of Time between them. May You be honored unto the ages. To be said upon arising: Hail to Thee, Oh Sunna, Who charges across the vault of heaven In Your gleaming chariot At the breaking of the dawn. Hail to Thee and to Arvakr and Alsviðr: Early Charger and Gleaming Whiteness, Fleet-footed steeds of Thee, Mighty Sol, Who stands in splendor at the reins.

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