sngabriel10 February 2012 at 3:40pmPosts: 34 (0 today)Status: offline
Since i was a kid the mOOn has strike me in a lot of ways: as a writer, as a human being. Cruising some not very nice episodes in my life I came across with a phsycotherapist who, after a few months revealed to me something crazy but true: "Gabriel, have you notices that every time you go wild, restless, uneasy, with bad temper you are near the full mOOn?" Obviously at first I send her very far (with my thoughts). Now, after more than ten years I monitor myself, growing patience for those crazy days. For me it is not supernatural: we are water. The mOOn affects the sea tides, and im sure her influence affects us.
Some say that affects technology, car crashes, even suicides. I really think it does. But its an influence. Not that de mOOn has a "terrible plan to play with us". Even Shakespeare wrote that the mOOn turns man crazy. The myth of the werewolf has some true. Love has too much to do with the mOON, guess why.
There´s a mexican corporation call GENOMMA Labs, its chairman, Rodrigo Herrera, with whom i worked with in the Advertising area, launches his new products according to a MOON calendar. One of my blogs is called the LUNATiC blog. The day scientists come with hard evidence is getting close. Thanks Peter for encouraging it.
So, Peter, you are right again.
Progressive jen10 February 2012 at 6:52pmPosts: 5472 (0 today)Status: offline
I've worked in customer service positions most of my working life and I can say without a doubt that I would get the meanest, nastiest customers around a full moon, would get some of the crazier ones as well.
It's not scientific but it was definitely noticeable.
Big Time ideas10 February 2012 at 8:50pmPosts: 1918 (0 today)Status: offline
When I worked at the Emergency veterinary clinic here, it got busier around the full moon. Not just hit by cars but weird stuff as well.
Nemesis_4711 February 2012 at 7:46amPosts: 989 (0 today)Status: offline
My daughter's online friend is a cop in Brooklyn - I asked her to ask him if he notices the full moon affecting his calls.
But he's had a tough time, about 10 days ago his friend and partner was shot in the head - luckily he will make a full recovery - the bullet hit the bone - I mean a thick part of the skull and the back of the head - did not go through to the brain
Poor Alistair - I looked it up and it was all over the NY news -
Anyway, when things are more settled for him - he can talk about patrolling the streets of New York during a Full Moon
Big Time ideas11 February 2012 at 11:01amPosts: 1918 (0 today)Status: offline
And my Brother-In-Law has been an Emergency Room doctor up in northern Idaho for years and he says the same thing- busier and more weird stuff.
Progressive jen11 February 2012 at 11:16amPosts: 5472 (0 today)Status: offline
I think it's true.
Soul Reader11 February 2012 at 12:03pmPosts: 3479 (0 today)Status: offline
I am def affected by full moons! I get super aware of everything, edgy and hyper. And um, excited. My sleep gets messed up as I don't seem to sleep well and have very vivid dreams. Must be my inner wolf trying to get out for a run?
sngabriel12 February 2012 at 4:37pmPosts: 34 (0 today)Status: offline
for example, this past Full mOOn days were crazy for my boss, the staff and me, everyone was wild, my boss getting angrier and angrier for no reason. I ve read all the comments and I totally agree with you guys. Some say that suicides are more often too. But it´s an INFLUENCE not a magic and diabolic thing. It´s really an issue. I think those astrological fortune tellers had confused the whole thing.
Nemesis_4712 February 2012 at 5:32pmPosts: 989 (0 today)Status: offline
A few years ago I was in the ER with a bad asthma attack - suddenly the police came dragging a East Indian man who was screaming, oh and he had no pants on -
I heard them say that his wife called police because he was waving a sword around screaming that demons were after him - one of the cops said "definitely a full-moon night" I agreed
Zenrider12 February 2012 at 5:41pmPosts: 3538 (0 today)Status: offline
Well, I'm not sure the statistics totally support it, but sometimes it does seem that way.
I'll be watching the moons effect on tides soon, so as not to get stuck on the mud flats in Florida Bay.
Nemesis_4712 February 2012 at 6:13pmPosts: 989 (0 today)Status: offline
They say the human body is mostly water and that's why the moon affects us and also bright light affects humans, makes them manic
The light panels for example for people with SAD - season affect disorder, depression in the winter because it's dark for longer hours
Big Time ideas12 February 2012 at 8:51pmPosts: 1918 (0 today)Status: offline
I think it has a bit to do with magnetic or gravitational pull, too.