Lunar Eclipse: Facts, Myths and Superstitions

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June 15, 2011 12:00
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Photo - Obenjo Kusanosuke

In Japan, some superstitious people still cover wells to avoid being poisoned by the disease of the moon during an eclipse. Natives of Arctic regions are known to turn over their utensils to avoid contamination.

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