Category Archives: Nutrition & Gardening

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Moving Sale

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Moving with the winds

As many of you will know The Honeyclock has been for sale since February.  Our buyer doesn’t seem to have found their way to us just yet however we are still hopeful they are on their way.  In the mean time we have discovered we will need to vacate our current premises and so our last trading day in our current light filled shop will be Saturday 14 June, that’s about 6 weeks away.
If you are not on our mailing list or our ‘friend’ on Facebook, or following our ‘blog’ and you want to stay up to date with where we move to please send us your email address and we can add you to our ‘moving notification’ list and keep you fully informed and up to date with our movements.
In the meantime make sure you come in and see us and stock up on all your favourite goodies while stocks last

MvZ; Play the Violin

Marjan van Zeyl ‘Play the Violin’

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Tune into Moon Time and the Cosmic Rhythms

Moontime Diaries 2013 – the art of timing, Antipodean Astro Calendars 2013– weather forecasting, sky watching & Biodynamic planting guide and Moon Planting Primer 2013 – four lunar rhythms.  ALL NOW AVAILABLE.

The Moontime Diary 2013 works with the natural seasons & cycles of the moon, sun & planets.  Everyday practical suggestions show how you can make the most of the moon phases in relation to health & nutrition, home & garden, small business, astrology, wiccan & new age.

Antipodean Astro Calendar 2013 by Brian Keats is designed for the Southern Hemisphere & in its 25th edition.  The purpose is to help people in the many walks of life make a connection to the celestial bodies & the unfolding cosmic rhythms. The calendar has many practical applications such as farming, gardening, weather forecasting, sky watching & understanding Sun, Moon & planetary cycles.

Moon Planting Primer 2013 by Brian Keats is designed for beginners in Moon Planting & includes four primary lunar rhythms: Moon phases (full or new, light or dark), Moon altitude (high or low, North or South), Moon proximity to Earth (near or far, Perigee or Apogee) and Moon in Zodiac (which constellation).