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Waning Gibbous, 64% of the Moon is Illuminated.

Moonrise 12:09am/Moonset 10:36am in Deltona, Florida


Gardening – From full Moon through the last quarter, or the dark of the Moon, is the best time for killing weeds, thinning, pruning, mowing, cutting timber, and planting below-ground crops.

Farmers – Rail fences cut during the dry, waning Moon will stay straighter.

Don’t begin weaning when the Moon is waning.

Castrate and dehorn animals when the Moon is waning for less bleeding.

Dreams – If a young woman dreams of the Moon growing dimmer, she should mind her sharp tongue, lest happiness elude her.

To dream of a clear Moon is an omen of success.

It’s Lucky to – Own a rabbit’s foot, especially if the rabbit was killed in a cemetery by a cross-eyed person at the dark of the Moon.

It’s Unlucky to – Sleep in the moonlight, or worse, be born in the moonlight.

Weather – In the wane of the Moon, a cloudy morning bodes a fair afternoon.

Moon Folklore of the Day March 6, 2010 – If on her cheeks you see the maiden’s blush, The ruddy moon foreshows that winds will rush. -Virgil

AND FINALLY – Do you get the blues on Mondays? Maybe you’re engaging in the wrong activities. Literally, the “Moon’s day,” Monday in legend and lore is auspicious for peace and happiness, raising spirits of the dead, and other activities. So if it’s Monday, shoot for the Moon!