The Pink Flower Moon’s phase of influence is 9 days as with any full moon which started Officially at 6:45 am on May 7th but could have been seen on the evening of May 6th.
According to The Blak Elephant, there are many retrogrades taking place during this pink flower moon. We must use it to change our situations by focusing and on visualizing the out come we want for our selves first, our families and then our people as a whole. So what should we do to utilize this time? Let’s see according to our signs.
The Blak Elephant- Full Moon in Scorpio
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Regardless of your sign, you should always visualize yourself winning and or completing all of your goals. Like most athletes who have held undisputed records, they saw it first in their heads and then did it many other times in this reality. This must be done until you complete it physically no matter what obstacle that may come your way.
Black Americans have had many trails to date, but in order for us to continue to over come them collectively, we must think on the same frequency. Meaning we must visualize each other working together whether we are physical or apart for the grater good of our people. Visualize us reaching the goal of justice for our people, self sufficiency, wealth, health, powerful back families, loving black communities that are safe from all forms of harm even on the most minute level.
Help with Visualizing
Consult Reel Nagas, aka The Dragon Moor, as this brother is a coach on finding your inner power. More than that, he specializes in number of areas that will add to your quality of life, especially if you live in America. Another great professional is Kaii Marie who helps you tap into whatever blocks that may keep you from your best self. She’s got a delightful podcast as well. You’ll learn how DNA has trauma built into it as residue from slavery. Think about that for a minute.
May’s Full Flower Moon name is not surprising. Flowers spring forth in abundance this month!
- The Full Flower Moon was used by the Algonquins, as confirmed by Christina Ruddy of The Algonquin Way Cultural Centre in Pikwakanagan, Ontario.
- May’s Moon was also referred to as the “Month of Flowers” by Jonathan Carver in his 1798 publication, Travels Through the Interior Parts of North America: 1766, 1767, 1768 (pp. 250-252) as likely a Sioux name. Carver stayed with the Naudowessie (Dakota/Sioux) over a period of time; his expedition covered the Great Lakes area, including Wisconsin and Minnesota areas.
- Henry David Thoreau sparked to the Native American Moon names as well, referencing the Flower Moon and Carver when he wrote about the American Indians.
Depending on the community, May’s full Moon was also called Mother’s Moon, Milk Moon, and Corn Planting Moon. The May full Moon marked a time of increasing fertility, with temperatures warm enough for safely bearing young, a near end to late frosts, and plants in bloom.
Learn more about Full Moon names and their meanings.
Full Flower Moon Video
Each month, we will explain the traditional names of the full Moon along with some Moon facts. Click below to watch the video and learn about May’s Full Flower Moon.
Best Days in May 2020
Below are the best days for activities, based on the Moon’s sign and phase in May.
- Planting above ground crops: 25, 26
- Planting below ground crops: 15, 16
For Setting Eggs:
- 4, 5, 12–14, 31
- 1–7, 22–31
Full May June Schedule of activities according to the moon here.
We always end in affirmation but this one will be a little longer, but more specific to the events. If you can’t come up with anything to affirm and channel with conviction, say these words and believe them, no matter what. Keep saying it even after the Pink Flower Moon has passed and know that our ancestors, our Orisha’s, God which is you; your higher self will lead you like never before. You are powerful and definitely loved. You deserve good, because our people deserve good as the mothers and fathers of the human race.
May our people be protected as we prepare to battle in every way possible to save our children and our God given way of life. May our strength continue to grow, our minds conciseness continue to expand. Our people WILL prevail, live in complete peace, never to subjected to evil again. We are victorious and we have already won. Ashe, Ashe Asheyoooooooooooooo! (You can hum if you want family, it makes it even better. The Dragon Moor taught that.)
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“The god who created the earth; who created the sun that gives us light. The god who holds up the ocean; who makes the thunder roar. Our God who has ears to hear. You who are hidden in the clouds; who watch us from where you are. You see all that the white has made us suffer. The white man’s god asks him to commit crimes. But the god within us wants to do good. Our god, who is so good, so just, He orders us to revenge our wrongs. It’s He who will direct our arms and bring us the victory. It’s He who will assist us. We all should throw away the image of the white men’s god who is so pitiless. Listen to the voice for liberty that speaks in all our hearts.“
–Houngan Boukman Dutty