Working with New Moon Energy




The Star of Venus or Ishtar is a pentacle,
symbol of transformation

In this post, learn about making New Moon Plates.

As a fan of astrology, you already know the importance of the moon phases, and you may even use an astrology calendar of some kind to keep lunations in mind.  Here are a few ideas to add to your practice


Lunation Calendar 2015

New Moon Ideas

In my earlier post, Personalize New MoonI list several ideas that you can use at the New Moon to think about your intentions, especially with your wardrobe.  What do you want to manifest? what clothing items are missing from your wardrobe? what is the next level of organization you would like to work on?

In this video, Ameera shows an idea of making New Moon plates.  (She originally made this video at Winter Solstice 2014, but it can be used any new moon).


She mentions that 5 is the number of change or transformation and the 5 elements.









"The Star of Venus also called the Star of Ishtar is an ancient symbol originating in Iraq used as early as 2000 BCE that represents the planet Venus, historically to represent the Assyrian and Babylonian Goddess Ishtar that are connected with Venus, as well as being historically used by Phoenician culture to represent Venus and the goddess Astarte (a counterpart of Ishtar).[1][2] The symbol has been commonly represented as an eight-pointed star as it was discovered to be presented as such on a Babylonian seal approximately dated to 800 BCE.[2] However in modern times in Islamic societies it has been represented by a five-pointed star that is used alongside a crescent moon.[2]"
https://thenortherngrove.wordpress.com/2013/03/30/cultural-appropriation-ishtar-eostre-and-easter/



Introductory Astrology

I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, in private practice in Hood River, OR, at Turtle Dove Counseling, also Hood River Hypnosis & DBT.  I am a Certified Hypnotist and Certified Past Life Regression Facilitator. I am also an astrologer and Reiki Master.  I'm a graduate of Reed College (BA Psychology '87) and Portland State University (MSW '90). I work with children, teens, adults, parents, groups.  I am also the author of several blogs on personality/temperament, fashion and color. I'm certified in Color Me A Season color analysis and create custom fabric Color Profiles fans.

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