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Moon Folklore of the Day

Pointing at the moon is unlucky.

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    When the moon rises red and appears large, with clouds, expect rain in twelve hours.

    Marrying during a waning moon is unlucky.

    Children born during a waning moon are unlucky.

    To many sky watchers, the Moon is home to the gods. Plutarch, a first-century Greek essayist, considered it a way station for the coming and going of souls.

    In the wane of the Moon a cloudy morning bodes a fair afternoon.

    A halo around the Moon predicts wet or stormy weather.

    Committing robbery on the third day of a full moon will always result in failure.

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