The 26 November is a very powerful date, not just because the New Moon falls on this day this year.
In 2007, I arrived at the summit of the Rose Lineage sacred mountain of Mount Sinai on 26 November.
Exactly 2 years later to the exact date and time, I gave birth to my severely disabled son, Zac.
There could be no coincidence so as I began to explore the significance of 26 November, I realised that it is the exact midway point between Samhain and the Winter Solstice.
On my Philosophia Wheel, it is the point at which the darkness of Samhain, of the cave of the Black Goddess Sophia, births the first flicker of Her light that will be reborn through Her Son-Sun King at the Winter Solstice.
It is the point of transition, deep in the tomb-womb of Mother Earth, from darkness to light.
The fact that the New Moon falls on this day this year is amplifying these energies of the rebirth of light within the darkness.
As the last New Moon of the eclipse cycle that began with the solar eclipse on 2 July and will end with the solar eclipse on 26 December, this coming 2 week period up until the Full Moon on 12 December is our last opportunity to manifest the goals we were dreaming alive back in July.
This is an incredibly fortuitous day, blessed by the returning light of Sophia on my Philosophia Wheel of the Year AND by the New Moon, to take action to manifest your dreams.
Think back to July, read over your journal, what were you dreaming into being? What steps have you already taken? Is there anything left you need to do? Dream big and take action!
Sophia, the moon and stars are all blessing you with good fortune, abundance and success if you dare to take the final steps to manifest your dreams this year.
With New Moon blessings from Avalon
Annabel Du Boulay ?♥️?
Rose Priestess of Sophia-Magalene
Priestess of Avalon