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    Celtic Tree Calendar: Ngetal (Reed) - October 28 to November 24.The Reed Month, is said by some to be most favorable for communication with ancestral spirits and the strengthening of all family ties, with magickal associations with fertility, love, protection, and family concerns. "Thin and slender is the Reed. He stands in clumps at the edge of the river and between his feet hides the swift pike awaiting an unsuspecting minnow to come his way. In his thinness the reed resembles arrows that fly, silver-tipped, up into the unknown air to land at the very source that one had searched for all these years. Firing arrows off into the unknown is an expression of the desire to search out basic truths. If you loose off without direction, the place of landing will be random. If the firing off is carried out with the correct conviction, determination and sense of purpose, then the act becomes secondary to the event that comes both before and after the moment." * Phoenicia: The Phoenician Sun God, Baal of the Heavens, was honored annually in ancient times, on or around this date. He presided over nature and fertility, and was associated with winter rain. Sacred sun-symbolizing bonfires were lit in his honor by his worshipers in Syria. * Celtic Tree Calendar: Ngetal (Reed) - October 28 to November 24.The Reed Month, is said by some to be most favorable for communication with ancestral spirits and the strengthening of all family ties, with magickal associations with fertility, love, protection, and family concerns. "Thin and slender is the Reed. He stands in clumps at the edge of the river and between his feet hides the swift pike awaiting an unsuspecting minnow to come his way. In his thinness the reed resembles arrows that fly, silver-tipped, up into the unknown air to land at the very source that one had searched for all these years. Firing arrows off into the unknown is an expression of the desire to search out basic truths. If you loose off without direction, the place of landing will be random. If the firing off is carried out with the correct conviction, determination and sense of purpose, then the act becomes secondary to the event that comes both before and after the moment." * Phoenicia: The Phoenician Sun God, Baal of the Heavens, was honored annually in ancient times, on or around this date. He presided over nature and fertility, and was associated with winter rain. Sacred sun-symbolizing bonfires were lit in his honor by his worshipers in Syria.

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