The Goddess Calendar – February 2020

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Check the Goddess Calendar – February 2020 for scheduling your Esbats and celebrations!

February has the first Sabbat of the Solar Calendar. In the Northern Hemisphere, it’s Imbolc and in the Southern Hemisphere, it’s Lughnasadh.

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Lunar Phases in February 2020

The Lunar Phanes in February 2020 are going to be on the following dates:

  • Crescent Moon on Feb 1st, Saturday;
  • Full Moon on Feb 9th, Sunday;
  • Waning Moon on Feb 15th, Saturday;
  • New Moon on Feb 23th, Sunday.

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Goddesses celebrations in February 2020

The Goddesses celebrations in February 2020 are:

  • Brigid, day of the Goddess on Feb 1st and 2nd (Imbolc);
  • Nut, Feast on Feb 1st;
  • Nut, Birthday on Feb 2nd;
  • Yemanjá, day of the Goddess on Feb 2nd;
  • Uzume, Setsubun festival (Spring) on Feb 3rd and 4th;
  • Inari, Hatsu-Uma festival on Feb 9th;
  • Nut, day of the Goddess on Feb 26th;

Many of these dates, especially those related to the Egyptian Goddesses, are approximate dates as they are adapted from the original calendar to ours. Egyptian dates were related on this site.

Learn more about Goddess Yemanjá, which illustrates this post, in the video below:

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Your celebrations!

So this is the Goddess Calendar – February 2020. Are you going to hold a special Esbat this month? Are you going to celebrate any Goddess? Tell your story in the comments below! I answer to all!

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