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April: Correspondences, Festivals, Moon & Magick

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Written by: Dawn Black (Witchipedia)


Reviewed by: Tina Caro

April is the fifth month of the year according to the modern Gregorian calendar. The name April comes from the Roman name Aprilispossibly derived from the Latin verb aperire, to open.

Other theories suggest that the name was derived from the name Aphrodite, via the Etruscan equivalent Apru.

The month of April was sacred to Venus and kicked off with her festival the Veneralia.


In witchcraft, April represents a time of fertility, growth, and abundance. As spring fully takes hold in the Northern Hemisphere, witches celebrate the return of life to the earth and the blossoming of plants and flowers.

Rituals and spells during April often focus on themes of renewal, prosperity, and manifestation, harnessing the energy of the season to bring about positive changes and new opportunities.

Witches may honor deities associated with fertility and agriculture, such as Aphrodite, Flora, and Pan, and work with symbols of rebirth, such as eggs and rabbits.

April is also a time for cleansing and purifying rituals to rid oneself of stagnant energy from the winter months and prepare for the growth and expansion ahead.

Magickal Practices in April

April is a vibrant and energetic month in witchcraft, marked by festivals celebrating fertility and new life, auspicious moon phases for manifestation and release, and magickal practices centered around cleansing, growth, and connection with nature.

We often embrace the spirit of renewal and abundance that permeates the season, harnessing its energy for personal and spiritual transformation.

Spring CleaningApril is a time for cleansing and renewal, both physically and spiritually. Practitioners often perform thorough cleanings of their homes, removing stagnant energy and making space for new beginnings.
Planting and GardeningWith the arrival of spring, April is a prime time for planting seeds, both literally and metaphorically. Witches may cultivate gardens, tend to houseplants, or sow seeds of intention for personal growth and manifestation.
Nature Walks and RitualsApril’s mild weather and blooming landscapes make it an ideal time for connecting with nature. Witches may take walks in the woods, meditate outdoors, or perform rituals to honor the Earth and its cycles.

Correspondences and Themes for April

SymbolsEggs, rabbits, flowers, seeds
ColorsPastel colors (pink, green, yellow), bright colors of spring
Herbs and FlowersDaffodil, tulip, dandelion, lavender, jasmine, mint
CrystalsDiamond, clear quartz, rose quartz, green aventurine
ThemesRenewal, rebirth, growth, fertility, balance, manifestation

Other Names for the Month

Anglo-Saxon Oster-monath or Eostur-monath, it is sacred to the Goddess Eostre.

The Sun in April

In the Northern Hemisphere, the vernal equinox takes place in March, the month prior to April, the days are steadily growing in length and there is more sunshine than darkness, a great relief after a long, cold winter. In the Southern Hemisphere, just the opposite is taking place and preparations for winter are beginning.

At the start of April, the Sun is in the sign of Aries and it will move into Taurus around the 21st of the month.

The Moon in April

The new moon in April will occur within the zodiac sign of the sun. If the new moon occurs before the 20th, it will be in Aries. After the 21st or so, the new moon will occur in Taurus.

The full moon in April may be called The Pink Moon, the Phlox Moon, the Sprouting Grass Moon, the Egg Moon, the Planter’s Moon, the Peony Moon, the Flower Moon, the Wildcat Moon, the Growing Moon, the Seed Moon, the Awakening Moon or the Fish Moon.

If this full moon takes place before the 20th of April, it will be in Libra.

After about the 21st or so, it will be in Scorpio.

More April Lore

Important Days in April

  • April 1st All Fool’s Day
  • April 1st Veneralia
  • April 4-10 Megalesia
  • April 15 Fordicalia
  • April 15 Sumersdag or Sigrblot
  • April 19th Cerealia
  • April 21st Parilia
  • April 22nd Yggdrasil Day
  • April 23rd Vinalia Prioria
  • April 25th Robigalia
  • April 27- May 2 Floralia
  • April 30th Walpurgis Night
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I am a homesteading hearth witch who grew up along the shores of the Hudson River and has lived among the Great Lakes for the past 20 years. Together with my musical husband and youngest child, I steward a one-acre mini homestead with herb, vegetable and flower gardens, chickens, ducks, geese and rabbits, and areas reserved for native plants and wildlife. 

I have three children; two are grown, and I have been practicing magick alone and with family and friends for over 30 years.

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