Picture of the moon from the Apollo 11 Mission. Photo credit: NASA

How many times in your life have you said or heard the phrase, “It must be a full moon” 😉

Ever notice how crazy things seem to get around the full moon? Electronic gadgets and what not start to act all wonky, or have difficulty working… People start behaving strangely or are either hyper sensitive, really agitated or even angry at the world… Or all of the above! Even Earth’s creatures are effected by the power of the moon. As for me, I tend to start craving sweets like chocolate or cakes and stuff like that. I wonder why? 🤔

What is it about the full moon’s energy that has such an effect upon our planet and its inhabitants? Since it’s September, this month’s full moon is known as The Harvest Moon. And the last lunar eclipse of the year occurs this weekend, coinciding with full moon for a second time in 2016. So the energy level coming from the universe is amped up and emanating some powerful stuff! This is when we need to heed The Caterpillars advise to Alice when he tells her to “Keep your temper”. 😉 And I suppose to ask the universe for whatever help or guidance we may be in need of. Here are some interesting myths and theories about the Mystic powers and occurrences that our full moon provides… 


Before modern lighting, the bright light of the full moon was said to keep people up at night and cause sleep deprivation. Ever notice that you have difficulty falling or even staying asleep around the full moon? There’s definitely a biological connection for sure. 



They say that injuries and visits to the ER tend to increase around the full moon. Why this is, I have no idea! 😝Police even tend to report a higher amount of criminal activity on or around the full moon. People just start acting crazy, wilder even, or like “lunatics”. The term comes from the Roman Goddess of the moon, Luna, which is from the Latin “lucere”, meaning “to shine”. 



Then there’s good old Aunt Flow who likes to come around for a visit once a month, sometimes completely unannounced. RUDE! This doesn’t apply to all women of course… Perhaps it has something to do with the moon’s connection to fertility. The menstrual and lunar cycles are rather similar… 🤔 


February is the only month of the year that can occur without a full moon. The full moon happens every 29.5 days. 

The full moon is considered to be unlucky if it occurs on a Sunday, but lucky if on a Monday. Don’t ask me why… 😜 In fact, the name Monday is from the Middle English “Monenday” meaning, “moon day”. 


I mean, I could go on and on about that celestial satellite of ours. The moon, for whatever it’s purposes helps to bring balance to the force. You can’t have light without dark… Happiness without sadness… And so on. But as I always like to remind myself, knowledge is power. Whether it be fact, theory, or myth… It all helps us be more in tune with the cosmic forces that surround us and have a better understanding of the “stranger things” that happen to us from time to time. Man there are a lot of quotations in this blog, huh? 😝😝😝So next time the full moon rolls around be mentally armed and ready for a bit of restlessness and high energy. That way we’ll be able to deal with whatever gets thrown our way… Maybe. 😉 Thanks for hanging with me, you full moon babies! Cheers, hugs and meows! 


Nikki Meow


Pictures courtesy of NASA and Google 😊

 

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