Moon and weddings

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Can someone please point me in right direction on finding out the best time to plan a wedding in accordance with the moon phases? Which phase is best to get married in.

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Interesting query

Were you questioning which moon pertaining to luck and longevity of the relationship or in terms of lunar cooperation in preparations or perhaps on hair care?

mlong
best days for surgery

i need to know what the best days are in late april or early may to have a hysterectomy.

linda russell
SURGARY

YEARS AGO MY MOM AND GRANNY SAID.... DIVIDE THE BODY INTO HALF.... AT THE WAIST.... IF YOUR SURGARY IS ABOVE THE WAIST THE THE SIGNS NEED TO BE BELOW THE WAIST ON THE DAY OF THE SURGARY...AND VISA VERSA....

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Marriages and the Moon

The moon directs or "controls" the menstral period - women living in the same house will find that their period start to coincide and will coincide with the phases of the moon. If you want to have a true moonchild, then plan your marriage in accordance with your own cycle and plan to have a baby born from your "honeymoon".

shirleer64
canning

when is the best time to can pickles

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Our Best Days Calender for

Our Best Days Calender for 2012 indicates that the best days for canning are August 3, 4, and 10.

Good luck!

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Best day for Marriage

All the best things should be planned according to the moon phase.If you are planning for a marriage keep in mind that the moon must be in full phase.Recently while am surfing in web i was able to meet Astrologer in India.He provided me lot of information about the unknown facts of astronomy.If you all want to know more about the astronomy facts visit http://www.astronumber.com/ and get benefited.

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