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The Celtic Calendar is essentially the Celtic version of the Moon Calendar.  The moon has been used by humans from the beginning as a time keeping device as painting on cave walls tells us, but the Celts developed and codified their tree calendar after years of ritual and experimentation.  Jan 21- Feb 17 is the time of the Rowan Moon.  Each phase is assigned a tree and a feminine energy and a goddess or a masculine energy or god.  The Rowan Moon is associated with the goddess Brigid whose festival of fire is celebrated Feb 1.  The Rowan tree grows in craggy mountainsides and can live 100 years and is called the
Tree of Perseverance.

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