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2024 Penumbral Lunar Eclipse 🌕 “Worm Moon” Fractal Symbolism

The Symbolism of the "Worm Moon" during an Eclipse holds fractal Significance...

Eclipses are based off the alignment of the Moon’s North & South nodes (poles), also known in Vedic Astrology as Rahu & Ketu which represent the head & tail of a great serpent.

In our case, the Lunar Eclipse occurring before the Solar Eclipse on the 8th of April, is responsible for an essential release clearing way to usher in the amplified so(u)lar energetic stream triggered during the Solar Eclipse. The rejuvenation cycles are vital components of fractal existence which provide the potential necessary for great transformation & rebirth moving forward towards evolutionary growth.

The meaning of the “Worm Moon” holds significances due to it’s seasonal placement, but with Eclipse symbolism at present, it may be expanded beyond it’s initial origin.

Offering a unique perspective, my method titled the “Art of Symbolism” indicates the word “WORM” as “Rising Outward with the Field” – hence one notices a polarized connection bridging the inward and outward forces represented by the symbols “W” connecting to “M” through an emitting field representing by a spherical “O” and the directional path’s ray symbol “R”. This same technique applied to “MOON” can be simplified into “Amplification Magnetism” – best imagined by the action of a Pool Ball hitting another in a magnetic sense.


As for the true origin of the Worm Moon’s meaning:

“In the 1760s, Captain Jonathan Carver visited the Naudowessie (Dakota) and other Native American tribes and wrote that the name Worm Moon refers to a different sort of “worm”—beetle larvae—which begin to emerge from the thawing bark of trees and other winter hideouts at this time.” (Source)

Other Names for the March/Spring Equinox Moons:

Eagle Moon (Cree) – return of the Eagles

Goose Moon (Algonquin, Cree) – return of the Geese

Crow Comes Back Moon (Northern Ojibwe) – return of the Crows

Snow Crust Moon (Anishinaabe) – last days of winter

The Sore Eyes Moon (Dakota, Lakota, Assiniboine) – sun reflecting on snow

The Sugar Moon (Ojibwe) – due to starting flow of sugar maple sap

The Wind Strong Moon (Pueblo) – due to end of winter winds

The Paschal Moon – Spring’s first Full Moon in Christianity