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    Witch's Hat Symbolism / Folklore
    Because worn on the head hats are symbolic of wisdom and intelligence. The pointed form of the witch's and wizard's hat represents the cone of power.

    Cone of Power Symbolism / Folklore
    The cone of power has been associated with the circle, the symbol of the sun, unity, eternity, rebirth and the triangle. Incidents of cones of power have been recorded in history. In parts of ancient Syria, the cone was a symbol of Astrate. The cone has been symbolized by tall, conical hats worn by magicians and witches. Witches have claimed victories against hostile forces with the use of cones of power. In 1588 witches helped to defeat the Spanish Armada by hailing a cone of power, and in the 1700 witches raised this power against Napoleon. In 1940 there was much fear the Hitler would invade England which resulted in producing 'Operation Cone of Power' on Lammas Day, August 1. Hundreds of witches from covens throughout southern England gathered skyclad in New Forest to send Hitler and his generals telepathic thoughts to stay out of England. The German armies never invaded the country. Whether or not the witches' messages were beneficial is not certain.
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  • NEW MOON TAURUS
    (19° 31' 26")

    May 10:
    0:28 UT

    May 9:
    8:28 PM ED…

    NEW MOON TAURUS
    (19° 31' 26")

    May 10:
    0:28 UT

    May 9:
    8:28 PM EDT
    7:28 PM CDT
    6:28 PM MDT
    5:28 PM PDT

  • 26th Moon Day info:

    Symbols: Swamp.
    Characteristics: Critical day. Day of vanit…

    26th Moon Day info:

    Symbols: Swamp.
    Characteristics: Critical day. Day of vanity, false pride, alluring deceit, provocation and test.

    Recommendations: Day is best spent relaxing, or taking care of the most necessary, routine work. Talk less, and listen more. Restraint, moderation, cleansing and fasting is recommended.

    Precautions: Avoid empty, futile activity, arguments, fights, false liaisons and contacts, loosing energy.

  • Moon Day 26
    An inauspicious day. Don't start anything new, be temperate, and get…

    Moon Day 26
    An inauspicious day. Don't start anything new, be temperate, and get rid of anything superfluous or harmful. Also, try to avoid unnecessary outlays of money and energy. At the same time, this day helps you to see the real face of other people and unveils those who wish you harm. Its influence on health is mostly negative.
  • Monday — Moon's day
    Middle English monday or mone(n)day
    Old English mon(an)dæg…

    Monday — Moon's day
    Middle English monday or mone(n)day
    Old English mon(an)dæg "day of the moon"
    Latin dies lunae "day of the moon"
    Ancient Greek hemera selenes "day of the moon"
  • Sunrise: 5:32 AM BST
    Sunset: 8:39 PM BST
    Length of Day: 15h 07m
    Tomorrow will be…

    Sunrise: 5:32 AM BST
    Sunset: 8:39 PM BST
    Length of Day: 15h 07m
    Tomorrow will be 3m 18s longer.
    Moon Rise: 3:50 AM BST
    Moon Set: 5:04 PM BST
    Moon Phase: Waning Crescent 14% Illuminated

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