The full strawberry moon is out tonight. A full moon is always awesome to watch as it rises in the sky every 28 days.
The superstitions surrounding full moons are many yet I find working two or three days after a full moon are usually worse than the full moon itself.
All creatures seem to stir more with a full moon. The moon tugs at the Earth more than we as humans seem to realize sometimes.
Someone I know has been watching for the horseshoe crabs coming up on shore. I wonder if the Native Americans watched for them. In all of the research I’ve done, I’ve never found anything about native Americans and horseshoe crabs. Are there any stories or legends that have been preserved about them in Native American mythology and oral traditions? Horseshoe crabs were named so by the colonists due to their shape. What did they think of these creatures as they came up on the beaches?
These are some of the questions I’ve been pondering watching the full moon rise.