This year’s September full moon is the traditional Harvest Moon, being the closest full moon to the Autumn Equinox (September 22). But in our monthly moon series, we’ve borrowed the names from the Celtic Tree calendar, so we’re calling it by another name – the Vine Moon!
Because the moon is lower in the sky during the fall season, it can appear orange or red in color. The moon’s proximity to the horizon also makes it appear larger – a total optical illusion, but awesome nonetheless.
September 24, 2018
the full moon closest to the autumn equinox – (september 22 this year) is traditionally called the harvest moon, its bright light aiding farmers harvesting their crops.
the vine in vine moon represents connection, security, and manifesting life. find balance between determination and rest.
reap the rewards of your hard work, but also take time to reflect and conserve your energy for upcoming darker days.
The Moon is our closest celestial neighbor. It’s a constant reminder of the bigger picture: the vast universe out there and each of us, here –together– on this one planet. In this one solar system. In this one galaxy. Out of billions. Make your days and your nights count buds and enjoy this September full moon!