Invoke these for gentle increase, power and banishing energies, fertility, intuition, magick and dreams.
Arianrhod is a Welsh goddess of the full moon and also of time, karma and destiny.
She ruled over the realm of the Celtic Otherworld, called Caer Feddwidd, the Fort of Carousa.
Here a mystical fountain of wine offered eternal health and youth for those who chose to spend their immortality in the Otherworld.
She brings inspiration, renewal, health and rejuvenation, and is a focus for all magick, as she is a witch goddess.
Diana is the Roman counterpart of Artemis, and because of her strong association with the Moon in all its phases, is a goddess of fertility as well as love.
Like Artemis, she is goddess of the hunt and a virgin goddess but can be invoked in her role as an Earth goddess and as protector of women in childbirth.
Her beauty and hunting skills make her a perfect focus for the pursuit of love, especially from afar.
Like the lunar goddesses, Myesyats, the Slavic Moon God, represented the three stages of the life cycle.
He was first worshipped as a young man until he reached maturity at the full moon.
With the waning phase, Myesyats passed through old age and died with the old moon, being reborn three days later.
As he was the restorer of life and health, parents would pray to him to take away their children’s illnesses and family sorrows.
Other sources have a female version, Myesytsa, a lovely Moon maiden who was the consort of Dazhbog the Sun God, and became mother of the stars.
Myesyats brings healing and family harmony.
Selene is the Greek goddess especially associated with the full moon, sometimes forming a triplicity with Diana and Hecate, the twin sister of Helios the Sun God.
Selene rises from the sea in her chariot drawn by white horses at night and rides high in the sky in her full moon.
At the time of the full moon, she is invoked by women for fertility and by all who seek the power of intuition and inspiration.