Jewish month of Elul

The name of the month Elul, like the names of the rest of the Hebrew calendar months, was brought from the Babylonian captivity, and originated from the Akkadian word for “harvest”. A similar month name was also used in Akkadian, in the form Elūlu. The month is known as Araḫ Ulūlu, “harvest month”, in the Babylonian calendar. Eylül is Read more about Jewish month of Elul[…]

New Moon in Leo and Lion’s gate

Lions gate starting 23rd July peaking and celebrated on 8th August is the Egyptian return of the flood, fertility and the divine feminine, bringing in infinite abundance, incredible potential for manifestation, and heightened sensitivity to equanimity. This years falls on the new moon, so it brings with it an increased energy of newness. The moon Read more about New Moon in Leo and Lion’s gate[…]


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Named after the Roman emperor Augustus August 1, Summer’s end, first harvest festival, traditionally known as Lammas Day, was a festival to mark the annual wheat and corn harvest. Lammas also marked the mid-point between the summer solstice and autumn equinox, and was a cross-quarter day. See more about Lammas Day. the old moon.the dark time at the Read more about August[…]