Drawing the Moon

Drawing down the moon, or drawing down the goddess, is a ritual practiced by followers of certain Wiccan traditions, one that is based on ancient practices by the Thessailians. In this ritual, women attempt to reconnect with the feminine aspect of the Divine, symbolized by three phases of the moon.

The color scheme for our Drawing Down the Moon theme is comprised of metallic blues, a darker blue-purple of the night sky. Pearlized pinks are often used to border the main scene, depending on the type of furniture, with paler blues and flesh tones, as well as dark greens for the silouetted plants surrounding the main figure.

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