Lunar Eclipse: Facts, Myths and Superstitions

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June 15, 2011 12:00
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A view of the total lunar eclipse from Stonehenge, England. Photo - Philip Perkins

Lunar eclipses are significant especially for Pagans because of the interaction between male solar and female lunar energies. The Wiccans, the religious cult of modern witchcraft, celebrate the relationship between gods and goddesses. Most Wiccans and neo-Pagans believe that the moon is a goddess and the sun is a god and eclipses bring them together in a very special union. They consider it as a very magical time as many witches cast certain spells and learning rituals during the celestial event.

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