We'Moon 2013 Datebook
The iconic feminist datebook, astrological moon calendar, and visionary collection of women's creative work. The We'Moon datebook's journey through 2013 is a profound and provocative exploration of “The Other Side”—the many other sides: of the story, of the revolution, of birth/death, of mystery. Filled with brilliant art and writing, We'Moon 2013 is an extraordinary guide through the realms of trans-formation: our personal evolutions, our planetary shifts. The calendar pages inspire our inevitable, tantalizing journey, one beautiful week at a time.
We'Moon 2013: The Other Side
Filled with brilliant art and writing from contributors, We'Moon 2013 brings compelling words and images to the imperative for global change toward a sustainable future. The boat is ready for crossing over into a new paradigm toward wholeness and balance!
This handbook in natural rhythms provides a complete day-to-day guide to lunar and planetary movements, and a comprehensive introduction to astrological terms and systems. We’Moon astrologers are especially tuned to unusual cosmic events in a cluster of years around 2013. Sandra Pastorius summarizes these celestial happenings and offers intuitive messages from archetypal energies of the planets. Gretchen Lawlor, long-time We'Moon astrologer, reads sky-wisdom, and in her “Year at a Glance” articles, skillfully translates astrological cues into clear paths of possibility for our lives. She writes with imaginative guidance for each sun sign. Heather Roan Robbins offers concise and articulate explanations of sun and moon signs and an astrological overview of 2013. She also provides weekly astrological updates on the starcodes page of We'Moon website.
Susan Levitt writes from a Chinese astrology perspective about 2013 as the Year of the Serpent—surely the icon of transformation! Beate Metz discusses the four Goddess planets/asteroids, and Mooncat! describes each planet's astrological effects.
The eight Holy Day writings are created this year by Marian Spadone, priestess and artist in service to Hecate. Marian brings to these writings her lively sensibilities as a ritualist and her deep attention to Earth cycles. “On the Wheel of the Year, every front has a back; every up, a down; every dark, a light; and all deaths offer rebirth” (from Introduction to the Holy Days, p. 29).
Offerings of art and writing by 147 women from ten different countries illuminate the 2013 calendar pages.