Time for Thorns

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Pink Moon tonight?

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Actually,  the moon won’t  be pink,  but is so called because it typically coincides with the flowering of the brightly-colored herb ‘moss pink.’

It’s also known as the Grass Moon and the Egg Moon,  and the naming of full moons served as  time-keeping  markers for many cultures, especially the American Indians,  who knew a great deal more about the world than the colonists.

 

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Written by timeforthorns

April 11, 2017 at 1:28 pm

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