June is the full strawberry moon, Rose Moon, Flower moon. Honey Moon, Hot Moon, Planting Moon, Wat Poornima, Poson Poya,
How cool is that the MooN in GOOgle is the eclipse!
Is that Jupiter at 3 O'Clock on the moon's shoulder
The moon's mare are named for idea/emotion nouns or weather pattern
Twelve men have walked on the moon. All were ever changed. They could not go back to who or what they were. Their footprints will endure for millennia. Did they all go crazy as punishment for walking on the moon or did it merely amplify what was already there?
Two thousand miles across one moonsmile
(NY to Denver = one moonwidth).
Sting's Walking on the Moon
The moon is a fingernail
The moon's bottom is turning red.
A thousand and one sunrises and sunsets are trapped in that red penumbral glow. Dragon's blood.
Van Morrison's Moondance talking back
Coppery glow from the earth
The eye of the dragon.
Totality: It's as if all the collective sunsets are holding the moon's inner darkness in their fiery arms.
in the shadow of the moon untold sunsets trapped
Full moon is always opposite the sun.
Mirror image, alter ego.
Syzygy—a triad of sun, moon and earth
Full moon held in the sunset's arms.
It is said that when the moon is struck, it rings and reverberates like a bell for hours.
Scintillation & talk of auroras—the neon sky turns snow-capped mountains a shimmering emerald green—undulating into cherry red at the edges—a tourmaline dream.
Leaving totality, the moon appears translucent as an alabaster lamp, as if lit from within.
Syzygy—a triad of sun, moon and earth—whether in conjunction or opposition. There are craters on the moon where the sun hasn't shone for eons—or ever. Water on the moon? Or tears of the sun.
SIO2 Sigh, oh the too, too sullied flesh of the moon: sand.
The earth's shadow on the moon, blurred edge—bent light.
Looking down at the earth from the depths of space, Edgar Mitchell had an epiphany on the return trip home from the moon and cofounded IONS. The presence of divinity became almost palpable, and I knew that life in the universe was not just ...an accident based on random processes ... The knowledge came to me directly," Mitchell said of that experience.
Nous refers to "inner knowing" a kind of intuitive consciousness—direct and immediate access to knowledge beyond what is available to our normal senses and the power of reason.