Issues, Intentions, and Powers: Fertility

Animal: Bat, Bee, Bluebird, Boar, Carp, Cattle, Chameleon, Chicken, Crocodile, Crow, Dove, Duck, Elephant, Fox, Frog, Goat, Goldfinch, Goose, Hedgehog, Horse, Moth (silk), Owl, Parrot, Partridge, Pheasant, Pig, Pigeon, Quail, Rabbit, Rat, Sheep (ram), Snake, Sparrow, Stork, Swallow, Turkey (female), Turtle, Waxwing, Woodpecker, Wolf

Celebrations: Beltane, Hunting of the Wren, Imbolc, Litha, Lupercalia, Ostara, Walpurgis

Chakra: Sacral

Colors: Black, Blue (dark), Green, Red

Days: Friday, Monday

Direction: North, South

Elements: Earth, Water

Full Moon: April, February, March, May

Goddesses: Aine, Amaterasu, Anat, Aphrodite, Ariadne, Arianrhod, Artemis, Artio, Asherah, Astarte, Bast, Bertha, Boann, Brigantia, Brigid, Ceres, Cerridwen, Chalchiuhtlicue, Coatlicue, Coventina, Cybele, Danu, Demeter, Devi, Diana, Dôn, Flora, Freya, Frigg, Gaia, Ganga, Hathor, Hera, Inanna, Ishtar, Isis, Juno, Kali, Kuan Yin, Lakshmi, Macha, Maia, Modron, Nanna, Ostara, Rhea, Rhiannon, Sarasvati, Venus

Gods: Adonis, Ares, Baal, Bacchus, the Dagda, Dionysus, Ea, Freyr, Geb, the Green Man (male), Hades, Helios, Indra, Jupiter, Krishna, Manannan, Marduk, Mars, Njord, Osiris, Poseidon, Pushan, Quetzalcoatl, Ra, Shiva, Surya, Thor, Vishnu, Zeus

Magical: Dragons, Gnomes

Minerals: Agate (green, moss), Amazonite, Carnelian, Copper, Coral, Cowry, Garnet, Jade, Jasper (green), Moon Snail, Onyx, Oyster, Quartz (rose), Zoisite

Moon: Full

Number: 7, 8, 10, 11

Ogham: Onn

Planets: Moon, Sun, Venus

Plants: Anise, Basil, Blackberry/Bramble, Black Cohosh, Carnation, Catnip, Coriander, Daffodil, Fennel, Geranium, Ginseng, Gorse, Grain, Grape, Ivy, Lady’s Mantle, Lemon Balm, Mandrake, Mistletoe, Mugwort, Mushroom (male fertility), Mustard, Patchouli, Poppy, Rose, Saffron, Sage, St. John’s Wort, Sunflower, Vervain, Violet, Yarrow

Runes: Beorc, Ing, Jera, Lagu

Seasons: Spring

Tarot: Empress

Time: Dawn

Trees: Apple, Ash, Birch, Cedar, Hawthorn, Hazel, Juniper, Myrtle, Oak, Olive, Palm, Pine, Pomegranate, Rowan, Walnut, Willow

– Alfrún

Issues, Intentions, and Powers: Animals (To Care For, Work With, Hunt)

Animal: All

Celebrations: Imbolc

Full Moons: October, November

Goddesses: Aine (protect), Artio, Bast, Cybele, Diana, Epona, Juno, Kali, Maeve (hunt), Rhiannon

Gods: Cernunnos, Dumuzi (shepherds), Hermes, Jupiter, Pan, Pushan (guardian of all cattle), Saturn, Shiva, Silvanus

Magical: Fairies

Minerals: Agate (snakeskin), Cat’s Eye, Hawk’s Eye, Jasper (leopard skin), Labradorite, Tiger’s Eye

Plants: Catnip, Deer’s Tongue, Grain, Mugwort (protect from), Mullein (protect from), Wormwood

Trees: Elder


Animal Fertility

Celebration: Lupercalia

Goddesses: Artemis, Brigid, Ishtar, Ostara

Gods: Bacchus, Cernunnos, Dumuzi, Faunus, Khnum, Pan, Poseidon


Hunt Animals

Goddesses: Artemis, Bertha, Coatlicue

Gods: Arawn, Cernunnos, Faunus, Mabon


Protect Animals

Goddess: Brigantia

Plants: Cowslip, Ivy, St. John’s Wort

– Alfrún

Days of the Week: Monday

Angel: Gabriel

Colors: Blue (pale), Gray, Silver, White

Goddesses: Hecate, Selene

Gods: Aegir, Thoth

Minerals: Emerald, Moonstone, Pearl, Quartz (clear, white), Sapphire, Silver

Number: 2, 9

Planets: Moon

Plants: Bluebell, Chamomile, Gardenia, Jasmine, Moonwort, Poppy, Rose (white), Violet, Wormwood

Runes: Lagu

Tarot: High Priestess, Moon

Trees: Birch, Elder, Myrtle, Willow

Zodiac: Cancer

Issues, Intentions, & Powers: Astral Realm, Clairvoyance, Creativity, Dream Work, Emotions, Family, Fertility, Healing, the Home, Illumination, Inspiration, Intuition, Love, Magic (general, moon), Prophecy, Protection, Psychic Ability, Travel, Truth

– Alfrún

Celebrations: Beltane

Beltane is the anglicized name for the Gaelic May Day festival. Most commonly it is held on 1 May, or about halfway between the spring equinox and the summer solstice. Historically, it was widely observed throughout Ireland, Scotland and the Isle of Man. In Irish the name for the festival day is Lá Bealtaine, in Scottish Gaelic Là Bealltainn and in Manx Gaelic Laa Boaltinn/Boaldyn. It is one of the four Gaelic seasonal festivals—along with Samhain, Imbolc and Lughnasadh—and is similar to the Welsh Calan Mai. Continue reading