Planetary Correspondence The Moon

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Glyph
Symbols Crescent, cup, silver sickle
Deities Hecate, Selene, Diana, Thoth
Archangel Gabriel
Day Monday
Colors Silver, white,
Number Two
Metal Silver

Stones Moonstone, pearl, chalcedony, mother of
pearl
Incense Jasmine, lotus, ylang-ylang
Plants Lily, hyacinth, iris, narcissus
Trees Willow, hawthorn
Animals Crab, owl, vulture, horse

There are more myths and legends about the moon than any other planetary body.

The moon just seems to ignite the imagination and quicken the mystical senses.

Lighting the night sky, the moon allows us to see past reality and into the shadows of night.

The moon is receptive, reflects the light of the sun, and governs our physical and emotional responses.

Lunar magick works best when it is used to learn control over emotions, create passion, assist with glamour-magick, and increase intuition and psychic abilities.