Reminder for my moon witches! With tonight’s moon phase, it’s the perfect time to perform any spells you might have been putting off or waiting to do!

The first quarter moon is good for:

🌓 creativity
🌓 positivity
🌓 divination (for decisions specifically)
🌓 motivation
🌓 calming / balance bringing spells
🌓 strength
🌓 growing and learning

because it’s in Pisces, it’s also good for:

♓ creativity
♓ truth
♓ intuition
♓ dispelling glamours
♓ sea withcraft

12-6 Sunahama Translation

Pitiful “devil”. Puts on an air of excessive self-importance, but even the most trivial of things will cause it to break.

“God” is the only one that matters to him. Nothing else. After his fall, he’s all he lives for.

Wants to forget everything unpleasant to live a life of ease, but that’s not going to happen since she’s the Devil Queen.

“I won’t allow it! I don’t want to see your face anymore!” If you make her cry, it’ll be TROUBLESOME.

Gets treated like an old man one way or the other. Yet, his essence… he’s a devil, but his nature’s a little different. He’s a little traumatized from being stabbed by his younger brother a long time ago.

Not a devil, but he “has the face of one”. That’s the reason he was admitted into the Devil Club. Has a Super Cool power when with his younger sibling. Seems like he once opposed them, though…

Sea ice hit record lows in November
The November extent was 3.2 standard deviations below the long-term average, a larger departure than observed in September 2012 when the Arctic summer minimum extent hit a record low.

Unusually high air temperatures and a warm ocean have led to a record low Arctic sea ice extent for November, according to scientists at the National Snow and Ice Data Center (NSIDC) at the University of Colorado Boulder. In the Southern Hemisphere, Antarctic sea ice extent also hit a record low for the month, caused by moderately warm temperatures and a rapid shift in circumpolar winds.

“It looks like a triple whammy—a warm ocean, a warm atmosphere, and a wind pattern all working against the ice in the Arctic,” said NSIDC director Mark Serreze.

Arctic sea ice extent averaged 9.08 million square kilometers (3.51 million square miles) for November, 1.95 million square kilometers (753,000 square miles) below the 1981 to 2010 long-term average for the month. Although the rate of Arctic ice growth was slightly faster than average, total extent actually decreased for a brief period in the middle of the month. The decrease in extent measured 50,000 square kilometers (19,300 square miles) and was observed mostly in the Barents Sea, an area of the Arctic Ocean north of Norway, Finland, and Eastern Russia.

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