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super moon 23rd June 2013

Super Moon 23rd June 2013

#1 BabiesIf you believe the old wives’ tales, male children are more likely to be born during full moons.
#2 Luck of the DrawA full moon is considered unlucky if it occurs on a Sunday and lucky if it occurs on Moon-day or Monday.
#3 FebruaryIt’s the only month of the yr that can occur without a full moon.

#4 Blue MoonThe term “blue moon” has nothing to do with the moon’s color. It’s the term used for the second full moon in a month.
#5 The Full Moon PartyOnce a month, a full moon party erupts on the bches of bch at Koh Phangan inThailand where thousands of party goers dance until dawn.
#6 Tree SapThe pull of a full moon is so strong that it causes tree sap to rise inside the trees. In certain ars, full moon harvests are avoided because the incrsed sap flow attracts insects.

#7 It Isn’t RoundLook closely at the full moon. It isn’t round. It’s actually egg shaped. The pointed end faces north.
#8 Hunting
One theory suggests that prehistoric men hunted according to the phases of the moon.
#9 HoneymoonsThe “honeymoon” gets its name from the full moon in June. Because this full moon fell right between harvesting and planting so it was considered the best time to get married.

#10 Drink UpA German study found that people are more likely to binge drink when there is a full moon.

#11 LunaticsPhilosophers like Aristotle claimed that the full moon exbated mental illnesses. And from these lunar theories of mental illness came the term “lunatic”.

#12 ViolenceA UK study found that violent acts among prisoners incrsed in the days lding up to and away from a full moon.

#13 MayhemIn England, more rs walk the bt during a full moon. That’s because police stations report more crime on these nights than any other.

#14 Dog BitesAccording to a Bradford Royal Infirmary review, your chances of being bitten by a dog during the full moon are twice as high as during other moon phases.

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