Wheel of the Year

The Wheel of the Year v3.0!

For a quick overview, watch this video.

Features

The Wheel of the Year is an interactive website App that calculates and shows the position of the Sun, Moon and Zodiac Constellations in the Sky at any moment in time, plus more. Click here to see the Features...

How does the Wheel of the Year work? Click here for instruction...

Note: This Wheel of the Year is set for the Southern Hemisphere, so it revolves Sunwise from that perspective, ie anti-clockwise. If you are interested in a Northern Hemisphere version? Let me know via the Contact Me page.
Is the wheel too large or small on your screen? Click the zoom in/out icons to the top left of the wheel.

The date and time of the Cross Quarter Seasonal Festivals have been calcualted using the midpoint between the Solstice and Equinox that they sit between. Some traditions use specific dates to celebrate them, whereas the true celebrations would often be defined by specific events in Nature.

Read about the History of the Wheel of the Year here

5:39 am
Monday 21st September 2020

Sunrise: 5:50am
Sunset: 5:50pm
Moonrise: 8:20am
Moonset: 10:15pm

Winter 2020 Started: (June Solstice)

Sun 21st Jun 2020 7:43am
Duration: 93 days, 15 hrs, 47 mins
Started 91 days, 21 hrs, 56 mins ago - 98.14% Finished

Muin (Vine) 2nd September - 29th September

Virgo 23rd August - 22nd September

Clouds
Location: Sydney Australia
Note: Your Location is required to give accurate calculations for the Sun and Moon.
The default Location and Timezone for the Wheel of the Year is Sydney NSW Australia.
If you wish to change the location, go to the Druid's Diary page and log in first.
If you are not a member, you can request Membership below the login form.

How to use the Wheel of the Year (Click to view)

The History of the Wheel of the Year (Click to view)