Well, here we go again…..

~Forest Goddesses~
Sirens are going off, again. So I hate to run but if I don’t I might be flying by your house, lol! Might as well laugh as cry. Good grief, here comes Lord Myst to drag me to the basement.

Love ya,

Lady A


Magickal Days of the Week – Thursday

What Dreams May Come? 11-30-2010

Magickal Days of the Week – Thursday


Thursday is a day of royal blues and greens, associated with the planet Jupiter and metals like tin. When it comes to deities, look at leader type gods like Thor, Zeus, and Jupiter. Gemstone correspondences for Thursday include turquoise, amethyst and lapis lazuli, and plant associations can be found in honeysuckle, cinquefoil, and even oak trees.

This is a day for honor, fealty and family loyalty, as well as harvesting, success, and prosperity.

Take advantage of Thursday’s different aspects and do spellwork that brings abundance to you, declares your allegiance, and embraces prosperity.


Patti Wigington, Paganism/Wicca Expert
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The Goddess Book of Days for Thursday, July 7th

Egyptian Papyrus.

The Goddess Book of Days for Thursday, July 7th


In China, the day of the Chih Nu, the Feast of the Milky Way, when Aquila the Herd Boy and Vega the Weaver Maid meet. Vega is daughter of the Sun. (Neith, Hathor, Nut, Mut, Star Girl, Galatea, Sothis, Tou Mou, Sirius, Hecuba, Isis, Maera, Canicula, Al Shira, Vena, Ishtar, Astarte, Mayauel, Omphale.) In Japan, the day is called Tanabata or Tanabata-Hime.


The Goddess Book of Days
Diane Stein

The Pagan Book of Days for Thursday, July 7th

The Pagan Book of Days for Thursday, July 7th


The Consualia/Caprotina?Feriae Ancillarum/Nones of July?Celtic tree month of Duir ends
The Roman festival of the Consualia commemorates Consus, the god of harvests, presaging a good harvest later in the month. Today is also the Feriae Ancillarum, the Festival of Handmaids or the maids’ day out, when the maids of Rome were beyond the control of their mistresses. Fig trees were venerated on this day, with feasting beneath them in honor of Caprotina, an aspect of the Goddess Juno.



The Pagan Book of Days
Nigel Pennick

Thursday, July 7

Water Goddesses.

Thursday, July 7

Thursday is the day of the planet Jupiter, dedicated to Thunor(Thor), God of thunder and agricultural work. His parallels in various European traditions are Zeus, Taranis, Perun, Perkunas and St. Olaf. The faith of the Northern Tradition holds Thursday sacred, just as Islam reveres Friday, Judaism the Sabbath(calculated from sunset on Friday to sunset on Saturday), and Christianity, Sunday. This is why almost all adages about Thursday are positive, such as “Thursday’s child has far to go,” “Sneeze on Thursday, something better,” or “Cut nails on Thursday for wealth.” Thursday rules controlled optimism, energetic growth, physical well-being and material success.

Deity: Thor

Zodiac Sign: Capricorn/Pisces/Sagittarius

Planet: Mercury

Tree: Oak

Herb: Henbane

Stone: Turquoise/Bloodstone/Topaz

Animal: Fish/Goat/Aurochs

Element: Fire

Color: Brown/White/Orange

Number: 3

Rune: Thorn

Celtic Tree Month of Duir(Oak) – June 10 – July 7. Oak month is a time for protection and strength, fertility, money and success, and good fortune.

Runic Half-Month of Ur (primal strength) – July 4 – July 28

Goddess of the Month of Rosea – June 13 – July 10


The Pagan Book of Days
Nigel Pennick