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Because the moon revolves around the Earth once every 28 days, or so, we may, on occasion have a year with 13 moons (rather than 12). The fourth full moon within a season, according to the Farmer’s Almanac, is known as a Blue Moon. (Note, some call the second full moon in a calendar month a Blue Moon). The Blue Moon is celebrated as a time to charge dreams and wishes with power so they may come into being.

However, there is another rare moon occurrence that seems to slip by, unnoticed. It’s known as the Sidhe (pronounced shee) Moon or Faery Moon (aka Black Moon). The Faery Moon is the second new moon in a calendar month, and this only occurs once every two to three years.

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Numbers carry a vibration, just like color and music, and each number represents a particular energy. If you tend to see the same number over and over, you may want to look into the vibration of that particular number, or combination of numbers.  Like dreams symbols, numbers often carry an important message about your journey, and close attention should be paid to those numbers that keep popping up.

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There is much ado about the astrological event known as the Mercury Retrograde, which is said to cause mishaps with both our thought processes and our ability to communicate with one another effectively.  The Mercury Retrograde happens approximately three times a year, and lasts for about three and a half weeks.

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