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November’s Full Beaver Moon | The Magic of a Full Moon | Sexual Ritual
November 19 All day
Full Beaver Moon
November’s Full Beaver Moon rises on Friday, November 19, 2021, and is accompanied by a near-total lunar eclipse! For decades, the Almanac has referenced the monthly full Moons with names tied to early Native American, Colonial American, and European folklore. Traditionally, each full Moon name was applied to the entire lunar month in which it occurred and through all of the Moon’s phases—not only the full Moon. This is the time of year when beavers begin to take shelter in their lodges, having laid up sufficient stores of food for the long winter ahead. This year, November’s Beaver Moon is accompanied by a partial lunar eclipse that will be just shy of total—98% of the Moon will be covered by Earth’s shadow at the height of the eclipse! During a lunar eclipse, the Moon, Sun, and Earth stand in a line with the Earth in the middle. As a result, the planet will cast its shadow onto the Moon. This one will last for three hours, and will be the longest in this century. The next one of this length won’t occur for another 580 years.
What’s So Special About the November Full Moon Anyway?
Ah, the moon! Her cycle is consistent. The darkness of a new moon, the illumination of a full moon, and all the in-between phases…she is a divine creation. However, every so often there cums an interruption in her consistency…just like a subMrs sometimes. Her orbit creates a powerful alignment with the Sun (like us with our Sirs) and this creates a phenomenon called an eclipse.
All eclipses are full of drama…drama queens, if you will. They bring shake ups and surprises. There were six eclipses in 2020 and four in 2021 (May 26, June 10, November 19, and December 4). What does that mean for us? Well, eclipses activate our lunar nodes (north and south nodes in our birth charts) and can illuminate our destiny. November 19th’s partial lunar eclipse will kick off a series of eclipses in the Taurus-Scorpio axis that will last almost two years.
Consequently, you should be prepared for changes in your immediate realm, as well as globally. There will be huge global changes in the way the world deals with money, power, shared resources, work, and the structure of our daily lives. (We’ve already been seeing the beginning of this.)
Eclipses were feared by our ancestors and often viewed as signs or evil omens. When one occurred, they believed that the natural order of things had been compromised. Additionally, they were harbingers of danger. They believed they were a sign of apocalyptic proportion…literally…the end of the world! This led ancient tribes to sacrifice animals, or other humans, to sway the angry mood of the gods. In ancient China, they believed that a dragon devoured the sun during a solar eclipse. Similar beliefs of monsters swallowing the sun existed throughout Africa, Asia, Europe and Native America. In ancient Greece, China, and the Middle East, legends linked lunar eclipses to earthquakes, plagues, and other catastrophes.
Whew! Thankfully, we now know that they do not portend the end of the world. However, they are still a big deal! Just as new moons are linked to new beginnings, full moons are associated with culminations. Eclipses are our “celestial checkpoints”, if you will. Eclipses are visually striking, dramatic, and super-charged to light our paths. They can give you a shove when you’ve been dragging your feet, pushing you toward your results quicker. It can be shocking when this happens, but don’t forget, these things were going to happen anyway. This lunation just expedited the inevitable.
What does all of this mean?
Have you ever heard the phrases, “What comes around, goes around.” Or “It’s the circle of life.” Well, it’s true. During October and Samhain, we often face the reality of death and our own mortality with morbid fascination and gaiety. On Dia de los Muertos we honored and celebrated those that we have loved and lost. November’s full moon means we say goodbye to the past year and turn our focus inward, to self-reflection. There cums a time when we must purge, release, say goodbye…let go of the things that are no longer feeding our soul. Endings are hard, but everything is cyclic. On the cusp of every ending, is a new beginning.
November’s Full Beaver Moon is a time when we becum the creators of our own life… the life we dream of. It is our final motivation before winter to create action and transform our life. Complete the goals and intentions that are most important to you. Figure out how to block negative energy from influencing your physical and spiritual wellbeing. Start abandoning negative thoughts and bad habits that you want to get rid of. Break free of the things that are holding your back. This full moon is a powerful time of magic and celebration. Additionally, it is a beautiful time for meditation and reflection (Kneel, What do you Feel).
Full Moon Sexual Magic
The full moon is ripe with creativity, romance, sex magic/tantra, nurturing projects, manifesting the visions set at the new moon. Sexual energy is the strongest energy we possess. Sex is also a sacred energy, and we must use it as a pure channel of boundless, divine love. According to NASA, humans are affected by the moon because of the composition of our bodies, which are 70% water, the same water percentage as the earth. When the moon is closest to the earth, oceans create high tides – why wouldn’t it have a pull on our bodies too? You can tap into that sexual magic during the full moon by creating a sexual ritual with your Sir.
First, prepare and share a naked banquet by hand feeding each other some of your favorite foods. Second, share a shower or oil-infused bath. The moon is connected to the water, so being in this element is an ideal way to celebrate the time of the full moon. You and your Sir may also want to do a Yoni/Lingam Moon Bath, which is exactly as it sounds. Near a window, in the comfort of your sacred space, bathe the Yoni and Lingam in the light of the moon. As your do, visualize taking in the love, beauty and joy that you feel at this time through your yoni and/or lingam.
Finally, go to your sacred space. Where is your sacred or magical space in your home? For most, it’s the bedroom. Make sure it’s warm and inviting, and make sure you can see the full moon during your ritual. Light some white candles. Play some soft, soothing music. Sit face to face and do a breathing or relaxation exercise as a couple, moving together to the rhythm of the music. Sit comfortably, perhaps in the lotus position, and stare for a few minutes at the full moon. Let her light shine down on you as you feel her energy infuse you. Slowly explore each others bodies and transition into sexual intercourse. Take your time, this is not a race to the finish line. Using toys can help build suspense, and this is the ideal time to try something new.
Intention and Manifestation
Your sexual ritual is a conscious form of love making that takes the experience to a place of mutual worship and merging of body, heart, mind, soul and spirit. The energy of the full moon will make sex more pleasurable and intensify your orgasm. Emotions run high on full moons, and everything is extra intense, so use the power of your orgasm to manifest your desires. When you cum, imagine your intentions and manifest your desires.
For the November Full Moon, you must adopt the work ethic of the beaver. Develop and manifest something not just for yourself but also for your Sir, your family, or your clan. You may want to engage in a home improvement project. Maybe you wish to save up a “Fun with your Sir” fund. Perhaps you might even partake in a business venture with trusted partners. The cold, dark days of winter may tempt you to bundle up and stay inside. This could cause you to become complacent. On the other hand, you’ll be in a cozy place cum December if you start your Hygge now and get those logs piled up. Perform your Full Moon sexual ritual to imagine your intentions and manifest your desires. In short, clear space, leave some empty room, and let divine guidance find you.
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