Reply Fri 14 Feb, 2003 06:23 am
The beauty of a moment lingers on far beyond it in time
Full-moon-magic moving invisible strings that rule us

What's the definition of the "full-moon-magic"?

P.S. Also, what's the accurate meaning of "it" in the first line?
Thanks.
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midnight
 
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Reply Fri 14 Feb, 2003 07:16 am
I'm not sure what the definition is but I found this yummy recipe

http://www.recipesource.com/ethnic/asia/chinese/full-moon-magic1.html

and I found this definition:

Full Moon Magic (14 days after the new moon)

Timing: Midnight is the best hour to work.
Conjuring: artistic endeavors; beauty, health, and fitness; change and decisions; children; competition; dreams; families; health and healing; knowledge; legal undertakings; love and romance; money; motivation; protection; psychism; self-improvement

The sun shines fully on her face and tides are at their extremes again. Some may sense the pull of the sun from one direction and the moon from the opposite and their energy and will feel a bit scattered. Our enthusiasm is at it's peak at this time and we often complete or recommit to our goals. Celebrate the blessings and bounty in your life, through joyous time with friends and family.
http://www.owlsdottir.com/elements/moon/moon_magic.html

I would give you a more personal definition but I don't practice magic. . . I have some friends who do . . . . . . I'll ask them . . . . . .
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mac11
 
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Reply Fri 14 Feb, 2003 07:39 am
I think "it" in the first line refers back to "moment" - i.e. the beauty lasts longer than a moment in your mind. "Full-moon-magic" is a lovely phrase and is subject to interpretation. What do you think it means, oristarA?
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steissd
 
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Reply Fri 14 Feb, 2003 07:42 am
midnight wrote:
Full Moon Magic (14 days after the new moon)
Timing: Midnight is the best hour to work.
Conjuring: artistic endeavors; beauty, health, and fitness; change and decisions; children; competition; dreams; families; health and healing; knowledge; legal undertakings; love and romance; money; motivation; protection; psychism; self-improvement

My Lord! I thought that this idiom had something in common with somnambulism, vampires and werewolves...
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oristarA
 
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Reply Fri 14 Feb, 2003 09:56 pm
midnight wrote:


http://www.recipesource.com/ethnic/asia/chinese/full-moon-magic1.html

and I found this definition:

Full Moon Magic (14 days after the new moon)
(snipped)
http://www.owlsdottir.com/elements/moon/moon_magic.html

I would give you a more personal definition but I don't practice magic. . . I have some friends who do . . . . . . I'll ask them . . . . . .

Ah, I am reading the pages about "Full-moon-magic", thanks.
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oristarA
 
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Reply Fri 14 Feb, 2003 09:57 pm
macsm11 wrote:
I think "it" in the first line refers back to "moment" - i.e. the beauty lasts longer than a moment in your mind. "Full-moon-magic" is a lovely phrase and is subject to interpretation. What do you think it means, oristarA?


Cool your explanation for "it".
What I thought of "Full-moon-magic" is quite uncertain. It might concern "romance of the moon", like some of myths; or "romance under the moon", like love affairs... Surely it is lovable as "the beauty of a moment", surely I don't know exactly the definition for the time being. Let's wait and see the best answer forthcoming.
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