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November: Astrology, Correspondences & Feast Days

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Written by: Dawn Black (Witchipedia)

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Reviewed by: Tina Caro

The name November means “ninth month” as it was the Ninth month of the ancient Roman calendar. It is the 11th month of the Julian and Gregorian calendars.

KEY TAKEAWAYS

In witchcraft, November is a time of reflection, gratitude, and honoring the ancestors. As the last month of autumn in the Northern Hemisphere, witches focus on connecting with their roots and the wisdom of those who came before them.

November is associated with the festival of Samhain’s continuation, where the veil between the worlds is thinnest, allowing for easier communication with spirits and ancestors.

Witches may engage in rituals and ceremonies to honor and remember their ancestors, express gratitude for the abundance of the harvest season, and prepare for the quiet introspection of winter.

They may also work with symbols such as candles, leaves, and images of departed loved ones, and may participate in divination practices to gain guidance and insight from the spirit world.

Magickal Practices in November

November is a month of honoring the dead, ancestral connection, and spiritual growth in witchcraft, marked by the festivals of Samhain and Day of the Dead.

It’s a time to honor ancestors, remember loved ones who have passed, and deepen connections with the spirit world.

We often engage in rituals, spells, and meditations that reflect the themes of remembrance, honoring the dead, and spiritual growth, aligning themselves with the cycles of life and death and the mysteries of the spirit realm.

PracticeDescription
Ancestor AltarsWitches often create ancestor altars during November, adorned with photos, mementos, and offerings to honor deceased loved ones. Altars serve as focal points for rituals, meditation, and communication with ancestors.
DivinationNovember is a potent time for divination, especially related to connecting with ancestors and gaining insights from the spirit world. Witches may use tarot cards, scrying mirrors, pendulums, or other divination tools to seek guidance and wisdom.
Spirit CommunicationWith the veil between worlds thin during November, witches may engage in spirit communication practices such as meditation, trance work, or séances to connect with ancestors and spirits. These practices facilitate guidance, healing, and messages from the other side.

Correspondences and Themes for November

CorrespondenceDescription
SymbolsMarigolds, sugar skulls, candles
ColorsOrange, yellow, white, black
Herbs and FlowersMarigolds, sage, rosemary, chrysanthemum
CrystalsObsidian, smoky quartz, topaz
ThemesAncestors, remembrance, honoring the dead

November Astrology

For the first part of November, the Sun is in Scorpio. If the New Moon occurs during this time, it will also be in Scorpio. If the full moon occurs during this time, it will be in Taurus.

In the last part of November, after about the 21st, the sun enters Sagittarius. Any New Moon that occurs during this time will also be in Sagittarius. Any Full Moon will be in the sign of Gemini.

The full moon in November is often called The Hunter’s Moon.

The Leonids meteor shower peaks in November.

Feast Days in November

  • All Hallows Day
  • All Saints’ Day
  • Samhain, sometimes celebrated on October 31st – The Gaelic name for the month of November is taken from this festival
  • All Soul’s Day
  • el Día de los Muertos
  • Guy Fawkes Night
  • Feast Day of St. Martin of Tours
  • Remembrance Day, known as Veteran’s Day in the USA.

Thanksgiving is celebrated in the USA on the last Thursday of November. The night before Thanksgiving is considered the biggest bar night of the year.

The day after Thanksgiving is known as Black Friday, when the Christmas shopping rush helps retailers get out of the “red” and into the “black” financially.

The following Monday is known as Cyber Monday when online retailers experience a similar rush after everyone is back to work and surfing on their employers’ time.

Buy Nothing Day is a protest against consumerism and, in the USA a reaction to the Black Friday insanity. It takes place on the following Saturday.

About Morningbird (Witchipedia's Founder)

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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