Year 2007
Calendar
By Month...  JAN ~ FEB ~ MAR ~ APR ~ MAY ~ JUN ~ JUL ~ AUG ~ SEP ~ OCT ~ NOV ~ DEC
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Year 2007
Calendar
By Tradition...
Jewish - Kabbalah
Holidays - 2007
Christian -
Ecumenical Mysticism /
Wisdom Tradition

Holidays - 2007
Unitarian Universalist
Holidays - 2007
Muslim - Sufi
Holidays - 2007
Baha'i Holidays - 2007
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Hindu Holidays - 2007
Jain & Sikh
Holidays - 2007
Buddhist Holidays - 2007
Taoist & Shinto
Holidays - 2007
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African &
Middle-Eastern
Holidays:
Ancient Egyptian,
Santeria, Zoroastrian - 2007
Native American
(Iroquois, Navajo
& Pueblo)
& Meso American
(Inca, Mayan & Aztec)
Holidays - 2007
Pagan Holidays:
Old Religions of Europe
(Greek, Roman, Slavic,
Celtic, Anglo-Teutonic
& Norse) - 2007
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Deep Ecology /
Environmentalist
Dates - 2007
Social Justice /
Human Rights /
Feminist
Dates - 2007
Peace /
Disarmament
Dates - 2007
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Solar & Lunar Cycles,
Eclipses & Helions - 2007
Meteor Showers - 2007
Visible Planets - 2007
Astrological Periods - 2007
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Experiential Meditations
(for lunar cycles

throughout the year)
Empowering Meditations
Action Offerings
(to help the environment 
& further social justice)
Art as Meditation
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2007 Solar & Lunar Cycles, Eclipses & Helions

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2007 Solar Cycle

2/3: Mid-Winter
3/20 (8:07 p.m. EDT): Spring Equinox
5/5: Mid-Spring
6/21 (2:06 p.m. EDT): Summer Solstice
8/7: Mid-Summer
9/23 (5:51 a.m. EDT): Autumn Equinox
11/7: Mid-Autumn
12/22 (1:08 a.m. EST): Winter Solstice

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2007 Lunar Cycle

January Lunar Cycle
1/3 (8:57 a.m. EST) Full Moon
1/11 Waning Quarter Moon
1/18 (11:01 p.m. EST) New Moon
1/25 Waxing Quarter Moon

February Lunar Cycle
2/2 (12:45 a.m. EST) Full Moon
2/10 Waning Quarter Moon
2/17 (11:14 a.m. EST) New Moon
2/24 Waxing Quarter Moon

March Lunar Cycle
3/3 (6:17 p.m. EST) Full Moon
3/11 Waning Quarter Moon
3/18 (10:43 p.m. EDT) New Moon
3/25 Waxing Quarter Moon

April Lunar Cycle
4/2 (1:15 p.m. EDT) Full Moon
4/10 Waning Quarter Moon
4/17 (7:36 a.m. EDT) New Moon
4/24 Waxing Quarter Moon

May Lunar Cycle
5/2 (6:09 a.m. EDT) Full Moon
5/10 Waning Quarter Moon
5/16 (3:27 p.m. EDT) New Moon
5/23 Waxing Quarter Moon
5/31 (9:04 p.m. EDT) Full Moon [Monthly Blue Moon]

June Lunar Cycle
6/8 Waning Quarter Moon
6/14 (11:13 p.m. EDT) New Moon
6/22 Waxing Quarter Moon
6/30 (9:49 a.m. EDT) Full Moon

July Lunar Cycle
7/7 Waning Quarter Moon
7/14 (8:04 a.m. EDT) New Moon
7/22 Waxing Quarter Moon
7/29 (8:48 p.m. EDT) Full Moon

August Lunar Cycle
8/5 Waning Quarter Moon
8/12 (7:03 p.m. EDT) New Moon
8/20 Waxing Quarter Moon
8/28 (6:35 a.m. EDT) Full Moon

September Lunar Cycle
9/3 Waning Quarter Moon
9/11 (8:44 a.m. EDT) New Moon
9/19 Waxing Quarter Moon
9/26 (3:45 p.m. EDT) Full Moon

October Lunar Cycle
10/3 Waning Quarter Moon
10/11 (1:01 a.m. EDT) New Moon
10/19 Waxing Quarter Moon
10/26 (12:52 a.m. EDT) Full Moon

November Lunar Cycle
11/1 Waning Quarter Moon
11/9 (6:03 p.m. EST) New Moon
11/17 Waxing Quarter Moon
11/24 (9:30 a.m. EST): Full Moon

December Lunar Cycle
12/1 Waning Quarter Moon
12/9 (12:40 p.m. EST) New Moon
12/17 Waxing Quarter Moon
12/23 (8:16 p.m. EST) Full Moon
12/31 Waning Quarter Moon

[Monthly Blue Moon: 2nd Full Moon in a calendar month.
Zodiac Blue Moon: 2nd Full Moon in a zodiac month/astrological period.
Seasonal Blue Moon: 3rd of 4 Full Moons in a season.]

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2007 Solar/Lunar Eclipses

* 3/3 (5:16 p.m. to 9:25 p.m. EST; peak 6:21 pm EST): Total Lunar Eclipse (visible in Eastern North America).
* 3/18 (4:38 a.m. to 8:25 p.m. PDT; peak 6:32 pm AKDT): Partial Solar Eclipse (visible in most of Alaska).
* 8/28 (3:52 a.m. to 9:22 a.m. EDT; peak 6:37 am EDT): Total Lunar Eclipse (visible in most of North America).

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2007 Helions

* 1/3 (3:00 p.m. EST): Earth Perihelion--when the Earth is closest to the Sun.
* 7/6 (8:00 p.m. EDT): Earth Aphelion--when the Earth is farthest from the Sun.

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Excerpted from
THE MYSTIC'S WHEEL OF THE YEAR 2007
A Multifaith Calendar Reflecting Eco-Egalitarian Spirituality
© 2006 Marija Miovski
www.WheeloftheYear.com