So you all are familiar with how there's the very real superstition that when the Moon is Full, that human behavior changes to the worst...worst case scenario that we change completely into our animalistic barbaric sides and through the great lyncathropy (where they name them Lycans in the movies like Underworld) change into werewolves and go ape-bat-shit crazy, to render too many mixed metaphors together.
Anyway, that human behavior digresses into amorality if not immorality is statistically verified by police blotters and statistical records. I used to once think that it's only because the extra illumination during a full moon gives rise to better opportunity to do evil. But now I think differently, and besides: isn't criminal activity best done under the concealment of Darkness?
But before I get into my new revelation about the matter, we have to make sure that we all have the proper foundation, or this won't make sense to anybody, having your mind filled with contrary assumptions and presuppositions taught into your head since earliest schooling at such a level.
I'm talking about Light and its Wavelength first. They try and make us believe that light is COMPOSED of various wavelengths, when this is not at all accurate. To think that white light has within itself all those other colorful wavelengths I find just downright silly. Like putting up a prism and just watch all those wavelengths come out from one wavelength of white light!
No, light is not a constant. Only in a vacuum, and there is no vacuum anywhere in the Universe, because the universe doesn't like vacuums, and will instantly try and fill the space as quickly as possible, as any good science experiment in our school days will attest to.
When light bounces off an object, it slows down, and depending on how much it slows down, is the color that we see. Red travels slower than blue, for instance. This analogy isn't entirely accurate since it assumes only a 2D wavelength, but will suffice for now: take a rope and sling it up and down, hard then soft. You'll see what i'm talking about, about it's fastness and therefore its energy, beyond just the frequency.
Now I hope you're with me so far, the next part is this: light when it hits something just doesn't bounce off without effecting the object in some way, as if its this magical thing. Shoot even THEY talk about Black Holes, and how light can't escape it, so then it has to be composed of SOMETHING! If nothing, light still has an inertia, and so will lose some of that energy when it hits something. Obviously, since it bounces back at a different energy or speed.
So then (tracking?) when the light from our sun hits the Moon, and the moon being just about hollow for all intents and purposes, there is created a resonance, a low reverberation, that gets reflected and directed back to Earth. This lower vibration affects the human body. And when the moon is Full, that means more said vibration!
Now if anybody thinks I'm crazy, i'm sorry but I verified that Light causes a resonance back when I was just a child, about 12 years old. I took my parents' camera with the old-fashioned flash bulbs, and flashed it up to my drum set's cymbal...and you can imagine my surprise when I heard it Ring!
And so this also means that the One, all Seeing Eye that they love to remind us all everywhere with like on the Dollar or music videos or movies, is in Fact THE MOON! Looks like an eye doesn't it? And it's always on us, slowly blinking. What's on the dollar bill but that little pyramid at the top, just like the little Pyramid of the Egyptians (remember the other two bigger ones being Saturn and the Sun).
I probably could've written this better, but I'll let stand as is, since it's getting late here in Korea, no energy for proofing, and must really go to sleep now.