The Eleventh Moon is a time for weddings in the Middle Kingdom.

Overview Edit

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Called the White Moon, there are few actual Moon Festivals as this is a time for weddings and honoring the ancestors. The shinma remain particularly busy for the whole month, often given orders by the Shichi Fukujin who spend much of the month responding to the prayers of mortals and sending the hsien to take care of the answers they give. This is considered appropriate and necessary as the proper way to thank the mortals who give so much of themselves through their prayers throughout the other months of the year. While Yugen is generated as with other times of the year, this is considered a "dry season" by the shinma because they are so busy and there is less yugen generated than during the rest of the year.

Fortunes Edit

  • White Moon - Tao
  • Festival of Ancestors - Tao

References Edit

  1. CTDLand of Eight Million Dreams, pp. 46, 109.

Changeling: The Dreaming Festivals


Yule · Boxing Day · Midwinter's Night · Imbolc · Homstrom · Carnival · Vernal Equinox · The Greening · May Day · Beltaine · Midsummer · Highsummer Night · Lughnasa · Autumnal Equinox · Pennons · Samhain · Guy Fawkes Day · Nizhniy Novgorod · Holidays of Oah'u


House Warming · Labor Day · Spring Cleaning · Harvest Festival · Night of the Embers · Festival of Alysoun · Pranksgiving · Tragoidia


Vengeance Night · Walpurgis Night · First Night


Spring Equinox · Summer Solstice · Autumnal Equinox · Winter Solstice · New Year's Eve · Remembrance Day · The Moot


Nanusuka · New Year's Day · Obun · Moon Festivals · First Moon · Second Moon · Third Moon · Fourth Moon · Fifth Moon · Sixth Moon · Seventh Moon · Eighth Moon · Ninth Moon · Tenth Moon · Eleventh Moon · Twelfth Moon

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