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It told me I was…Continue Tags: Partnership, Fortune, Tarot, Love The same to you. and Gay and Bi Pagan Singles Picnic on Sunday, October 12. If you are interested in meeting others who either practice Wicca or are open to those who do, then Wiccan Personals is the site for you.Join for free and start meeting other Wiccan singles.It’s fairly easy to find lists of all the US events and festival dates online, but it isn’t always so easy to find such things for Australia. If you know of any Australian Pagan events of 2018 that you think should be added to this post, let me know in the comments. Mar 2-4 – Seven Sisters Festival, Mount Martha, Victoria. Mar 29 – Cloudcatcher Witch Camp, a Reclaiming tradition camp that runs over 4 days (Mar 29 – Apr 2). Mar 31 – Monthly blue moon (second of two full moons in a single calendar month)* April 23 – Lyrids meteor shower. The shower begins on April 16 and ends on April 25, peaking on the 23rd. Date not yet announced, but it’s always near Beltane. Active between December 7 and 17, it peaks on the 14th.Following is a list of dates for 2018 that may be of interest to the general Pagan community of Australia, including Sabbat dates, astronomical events such as meteor showers and even what physical events I know of that you can attend (not many though, sorry). There is no full moon in February for those in WA (not applicable to Eastern Australia). Not a Pagan festival exactly, but an all women festival that may appeal to Pagan women. With best views between 1am and 6am, peaking at around am. May 5 – Samhain (movable date) May 5 – Pa Gaian Samhain Ceremony. The Aquarids are active between April 19 and May 28, peaking on May 6th. May 8 – Rite of Her Sacred Fires, international annual ritual to Hekate. Oct 31 – Beltane, fixed date Oct/Nov – Wolfgangs Palace Beltane Festival, Nalangal Victoria. Active between November 6 and 30, it peaks on the 18th. Considered the king of meteor showers, producing up to 120 multicoloured meteors per hour at its peak. Dec 22 – Summer Solstice, am Also keep an eye on the Pagan Alliance Network (Aus wide), Pagan Federation (Aus wide), Tasmanian Pagan Alliance (Tas), Combined Covens (Perth), Pagan Collective (Vic).* Some places have two blue moons in 2018, in January and March and a black moon (no full moon) in February.Jan 2 – Super Full Moon Jan 3 – Earth at perihelion, earth is at its closest point to the sun Jan 12-15 – Summer Gathering, Church of All Worlds, on the Gold Coast. This obviously has no fixed date within February, since it is a lack of something rather than a presence of something, so if observing this phenomenon, it could be considered to be a month long thing. March 21 – Autumn Equinox, am March 21/22 – 1st Mercury Retrograde (22nd is date given, so assume 21st in Australia). Jun 21 – Winter Solstice, pm Jun 21 – Winter Solstice Wise Women Retreat, from the 21st to 24th. Jul 7 – Earth at aphelion, earth is at its furthest point from the sun. Aug 7 – Imbolc, movable date Aug 11 – Super new moon Sep 21-24 – Australian Wiccan Conference, in Perth Western Australia. – Earth Song Witch Camp, usually held at the end of September over a period of 4 or so days. A Reclaiming style camp, in Victoria, but the venue is not announced publicly. This shower is active throughout October and peaks on the 22nd. No exact date yet, but it is always over a weekend near/after Beltane. Nov 15/16 – 3rd and final Mercury Retrograde (16th is date given, so assume 15th in Australia). Unfortunately, because of timezone differences, Eastern Australia misses out on these and we only get the one blue moon in March; Western Australia however does have the two blue moons and no full moon in February.
January 5 – Earth at perihelion, Earth is at its closest point to the sun February 1/2 – Lammas/Lughnasadh, traditional fixed date February 4 – Lammas/Lughnasadh, 2.27am AEDT, movable date* March 20 – Autumn Equinox, 9.29pm AEDT April 13-18 – Con Fest, an alternative camping festival in NSW April 22 – Lyrids Meteor Shower peaks, best after midnight April 30/May 1 – Samhain, traditional fixed date May 5 – Samhain, 5.28pm AEST, movable date* May 5 – ETA Aquarids Meteor Shower peaks, best after midnight May 6 – Witches Masquerade Ball for Samhain, Brisbane QLD May 11 – The Rite of Her Sacred Fires, international annual ritual to Hekate June 21 – Winter Solstice, 2.24pm AEST July 4 – Earth at aphelion, Earth is at its furthest point from the sun July 27-28 – Delta Aquarids Meteor Shower peaks (2016 story sorry), best after midnight July 31/August 1 – Imbolc, traditional fixed date August 7 – Imbolc, 5.40pm AEST, movable date* August 8 – Partial Lunar Eclipse, visible from Australia August 12-13 – Perseids Meteor Shower peaks, however it may only be visible from the northern most areas of Australia, if we’re lucky.
“Cross-Quarter moments are interpolated as the midway points between the Solstices and Equinoxes measured in degrees along the ecliptic.
Former NASA scientist Rollin Gillespie uses this spatial method rather than simply splitting in half the time interval between a Solstice and an Equinox.” Below is an image listing the dates of the various lunar phases throughout the year, specifically Aussie dates and times.
The Dark Moon is the astronomical new moon, and so is the same dates as you will often find listed for the New Moon – however the astro new moon is when the moon is not visible, so for ease of use is listed under Dark Moon.
The Pagan New Moon (the first part of the waxing moon) isn’t listed, just use a date 1-3 days after the dark moon.