The Peering Eye

Seasons

Seasons change by the cycles.
Therefore a mountain pass would be snowed in for winter (6 weeks) twice a year.

This means that plants all grow damn fast in The Peering Eye.

The fertility god is on serious overtime. There are two harvests per year.

Charon is in dominance for 8 weeks around summer, Shale is in dominance for 8 weeks around winter.

These periods are separated by two 4 week periods of balance (Cycles Priests don't like it called dominance).

Sample Season Calendar (Stormwatch Coast)
1 Soft Winter End Winter slowly ends, supplies and morale are low.
5 High Spring Planting of crops begins. More farmland cleared.
9 High Summer Start Crops watched, animals tended, more building.
13 High Summer End Crops watched, animals tended, more building.
Relaxation and celebration of feasts
17 Gold Autumn Harvesting of crops
21 Deep Winter Start Village starts into a blizzardy winter.
Food and shelter are key
25 Deep Winter End Winter slowly ends, supplies and morale are low.
29 Low Spring Planting of crops begins. More farmland cleared.
33 Cool Summer Start Crops watched, animals tended, more building.
37 Cool Summer End Crops watched, animals tended, more building.
Relaxation and celebration of feasts
41 Dark Autumn Harvesting of crops
45 Soft Winter Start Village starts into a moderate winter.
Food and shelter are key

Days of The Week

Moonday, Shaleday, Cogaday, Croíday, Draíday, Charday, Sunday.

Festivals

Charon festivals occour on either Moonday, Cogaday or Charday.
Shale festivals occour on either Moonday, Draíday or Shaleday.
Cycles festivals occour on either Sunday, Croíday.
The precise day is determined by the priests of the moons on the eve of the preceding festival.
The tides are lowest during Shale Festivals and highest when Charon is dominant.

1 The Eye Shale Vision, Omens and Portents Soft Winter
7 The Scythe Cycles Birth and Death High Spring
13 The Sword Charon Games and Jousts High Summer
19 The Ring Cycles Fertility and Marriage Gold Autumn
25 The Book Shale Knowledge and Magic Deep Winter
31 The Song Cycles Songs, Stories and Music Low Spring
37 The Orb Charon Craft, Combat and Feasts Cool Summer
43 The Rod Cycles Harvests Dark Autumn

Astrology

Church of The Moons Zodiac

There are twelve zodiac signs in the Church of The Moons Astrology. Everyone has two. The first relates to the month upon which you were born and the second to the day of the week. A person's personality is said to be affected by the signs under which they were born.

Month
1 Bull Aggressive Intimidate
2 Wolf Social Gather Information
3 Sloth Lazy Hide
4 Eagle Restless Ride
5 Pig Greedy Appraise
6 Ant Diligent Concentration

Day
1 Bear Strong Strength
2 Falcon Swift Dexterity
3 Horse Healthy Constitution
4 Dragon Clever Intelligence
5 Owl Wise Wisdom
6 Nymph Charming Charisma

Astrology according to Silonius The Sage of Bigany

Birthdays are recorded by Year (Using star signs) Anniversaries are marked annually OR cyclically depending upon their popularity. It's all very complicated and that's why it's left up to the (literate, numerate, astrologer) priests!
While crops follow the cycles and are harvested twice a year some plants follow more obscure patterns, some of these follow the annual cycle, others the patterns of Moon and Star. Most rare of these is an Orchid known as the eye. Growing only in the depths of the darkest swamp it is rumoured to flower in accordance with the festival of the great eye – once every four thousand years. Rumours of plants that track the fallen festivals are dismissed by Cycles priests.
There are a total of thirty-six star signs that are known, although more are rumoured to exist. These are divided into three groups of twelve, one group each for the star signs of the moons, the pit, the sun. Little is known of the signs of the pit and sun outside of the followers of the fallen and risen. However, it is said that they are somehow linked to the signs of the Moons.
The Signs of the moons are well known and documented. All temples of the Moons have a great calendar of the festivals that shows when festivals occur based on the location of stars and moons. Additionally they have Astrolabes Sun and Moon dials to take readings. Astrology is a quite popular amongst the priests of Shale, particularly those of Áis Néis. Rumours exist that somewhere in Bigany there exists a lost temple which has a star chart showing three constellations not listed elsewhere.