FullMoonTerta is perfect for a Strawberry Moon. Named by the Algonquins for the short harvest season of wild strawberries in northeastern North America. 

In Old Europe it was called the Mead or Honey Moon. After that lovely Norse Fermented Honey drink.   

“The tradition of calling the first month of marriage the ‘honeymoon’ dates back to at least the 1500’s and may be tied to his Full Moon, either because of the custom of marrying in June or because the ‘Honey Moon’ is the ‘sweetest’ Moon of the year. Some writings suggest that the time around the Summer solstice at the end of June was when Honey was ripe and ready to be harvested from hives or from the wild, which made this the ‘sweetest’ Moon.” – NASA 

Today June 18, 2019 in Iceland the sun rises at 2:55 am and sets at 12:01 am. A short time of magical twilight to experience the Strawberry Moon there. 

As spring ends and summer begins it’s a beautiful time for #FullMoonTerta everywhere.

Sending lots of Full Moon love,