Hunter’s Moon: Bark at the Moon

In folklore, all the full moons have names. The names typically coincide with months of the year, or seasons. One of the most famous moon names is the Hunter’s Moon. It is the full moon immediately after the Harvest Moon, which is the full moon occurring most closely to the autumnal equinox.

The Hunter’s Moon, in skylore, is also sometimes called the Blood Moon. Why? Probably because it’s a characteristic of these autumn full moons that they seem full – and rise soon after sunset – for several evenings in a row. Many people see them when they are low in the sky, shortly after they’ve risen, at which time there’s more atmosphere between you and the moon than when the moon is overhead. When you see the moon low in the sky, the extra air between you and the moon makes the moon look reddish. Voila. Blood Moon.
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Hunter’s (Blood) Moon: October 27
New York,
Toronto,
Atlanta
October 27,
08:05 am (EDT)

To celebrate this Masculine Event, dievca has been thinking about her Master and she invites you to “Bark At The Moon” with Paul Smith and Ozzy Osbourne.

Paul Smith Pocket Scarf Bark at the Moon

Paul Smith Pocket Square

Paul Smith Pocket Scarf Bark at the Moon Full

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bark at the moon To labor or protest in vain; to choose an ineffectual means to achieve a desired end, or to attempt the impossible, thereby making any effort futile by definition; also often bay at the moon. The phrase refers to the common practice of dogs to bay at the moon, as if to frighten or provoke it.

http://www.thefreedictionary.com/futility

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6 Comments on “Hunter’s Moon: Bark at the Moon”

  1. Pelelotus says:

    Have a howling time X

  2. esther says:

    aaarrrooooooooooooooooooo! xx

  3. jackiemallon says:

    Paul Smith, Ozzy Ozborne and of course Dievca, now that would be an interesting dinner party gathering 🙂


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