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Ok! Here Comes Another Of My Crazy Theories Guys It Involves The Moon And Moods The Rain And Other BS Feel Free To Chime In

 
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Ok! Here Comes Another Of My Crazy Theories Guys It Involves The Moon And Moods The Rain And Other BS Feel Free To Chime In
When you take it into consideration that the body is mostly comprised of water it makes sense that not only would the moon tug on tides but it will also tug on us! I am very sensitive to nature and my surroundings. I know hours before it will rain I can almost taste it. I also am fully aware of nights when a full moon is out without looking outside or online. It's interesting how much crime occurs on full moons can the moon tip a balanced mind out of whack? I am probably slightly unbalanced as I suffer from anxiety and mild to severe (it alternates) depression which originated when my health took a turn for the worst. Which I am actively working on improving. For some reason I feel both clearer and sharper than ever during full moons I am at my most clever, euphoric, pleasant state of being in those times and I always know beforehand. However, on nights where the moon isn't in site and is obscured I feel foggy and sometimes irrational.

How does the moon affect you? Good? Bad? Or not at all?
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Thanks OP! There is certainly a correlation between ~28-30 days in a menstrual period, and 29 days in the moons cycle of phases...
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Thread: My experience on the moon, and coming events.
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Your theory relies on a few myth-understandings here. The moon affects both the solid earth and water. The whole earth bulges tidally, water only moves more because it is fluid and earth moves less because it is a solid.

You, me, all of humanity is so small compared to the earth and moon system that any effect that the moons gravity might have on us is infinitesimally small.

Light has been known to affect human depression and mania. I know for myself that a full moon on a cloudless night keeps me away. I am very light sensitive.

If the moon has any affect on people it would be its light interrupting the sleep patters of people, not because of the gravity.

After all if the gravity had any effect, then the same exact sort of conditions should be happening at the new moon.
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