Moon Folklore of the Day

If the moon change on a Sunday, there will be a flood before the month is out. -Worcestershire

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    Pointing at the moon is unlucky.

    A dim or pale moon indicates rain ; a red moon indicates wind.

    The farther the moon is to the south, the greater the drought ; the farther west, the greater the flood, and the farther northwest, the greater the cold.

    It is sure to be a dry Moon if it lies on its back, so that you can hang your hat on its horns. - Welsh saying

    A few days after full or new moon, changes of weather are thought more probable than at any other time. -Scotland

    Seeing the new moon over your left shoulder is 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.

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