Lammas – 3pm August First harvest
Virgo new moon
September, or Hāligmonath, meaning “holy month,” when celebrations and religious festivals would be held to celebrate a successful summer’s crop. Holy, wood, harvest or barley month.
Celtic- Singing moon
Medieval- Barley moon
Native American- Corn moon
Cherokee – Nut moon
Autumn Equinox – 6pm
Chinese calendar Metal/Autumn: a period of harvesting and collecting
Michael heatherington meridians
And because the early Roman year began in March rather than January, the final four months of our year—September, October, November and December—were originally the seventh (septem), eighth (octo), ninth (novem), and tenth (decem) months of the Roman calendar.
October was Winterfylleth, or the “winter full moon,” because, as Bede explained, winter was said to begin on the first full moon in October. Yellowing or Vintage month.
Celtic- harvest moon
Medieval- Blood moon
Native American- Hunter moon
Cherokee- Harvest moon
Samhain – 9pm
November was Blōtmonath, or “the month of blood sacrifices.” No one is quite sure what the purpose of this late autumnal sacrifice would have been, but it’s likely that any older or infirm livestock that seemed unlikely to see out bad weather ahead would be killed both as a stockpile of food, and as an offering for a safe and mild winter. Slaughter month.