August’s Corn Moon

Corn Moon, Wyrt/Wort Moon, Herb Moon, Dispute Moon, Barley Moon, Sturgeon Moon, Grain Moon, Red Moon

Nature Spirits: dryads
Herbs: chamomile, St. John’s wort, bay, angelica, fennel, rue, orange
Colors: yellow, gold
Flowers: sunflower, marigold
Scents: frankincense, heliotrope
Stones: cats eye, carnelian, jasper, fire agate
Trees: hazel, alder, cedar
Animals: lion, phoenix, sphinx, dragon
Birds: crane, falcon, eagle
Deities: Ganesha, Thoth, Hathor, Diana, Hecate, Nemesis, Lugh, Danu, Áine

Energy: Energy into harvesting, gathering, appreciating, gratefulness, vitality, health, friendships.

  • Sturgeon, a large fish of the Great Lakes and other major bodies of water, was most readily caught during this month.
  • A few tribes called it the Full Red Moon because, as the moon rose, it appeared reddish through a sultry haze.

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