Reminder that the new moon is on Thursday 10th of June at 8.32pm EST which is also a solar eclipse and these are some things you can do for Noumenia & Hekate:
Noumenia also known as the New Moon is the first day of the lunar month in the Athenian Calender* and a time when the first sliver of the moon appears in the night sky, right after the Deipnon(Dark of the Moon).
Noumenia is the second day in a three day household celebration, which is held each month in the Hellenic tradition. Historically it was considered a time when religious observance occured at home, the temples and in public. This sacred day was celebrated with much frivolity and feasting and acknowledged the household gods. Even though technically Hekate’s day fell on the Deipnon she was also viewed as a deity whose domain covered the home.
Hekate’s Noumenia is a time to:
- Clean your home and decorate your shrine/altars with fresh flowers and herbs.
- Leave fresh food and drinks offerings on shrines/altars.
- Feasting in Her name.
When it comes to the devotional…
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