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Full Moon and Schizophrenia

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posted on Feb, 17 2022 @ 04:54 PM
a reply to: CJCrawley

Possibly, But I believe that there is much more to this that can’t be proven thru logic. For the record I admit that I could be wrong, as I don’t claim to be an expert.

posted on Feb, 17 2022 @ 07:23 PM
So many misconceptions here, as if people are desperately grasping for straws to explain a phenomenon that is factually happening.

No, humans are not made of water. If they were, they couldn't stand up, walk, or do anything, they would do exactly what water does. It goes further than that, of course, as human beings are not the biological forms you see - there's a difference between form and energy that animates it.

We, human beings, are ENERGY. We are souls. We are entities PERFECTLY CAPABLE of living without, and outside any physical body. Why is this still such a mystery?

By 2022, I would've expected people to finally start figuring out, learning, finding and understanding the MOST BASIC things of what a human being is, and what it isn't.

The biological mass that acts as a -temporary-, short-lived (cosmically thinking) vessel, vehicle or 'biological robot-suit', if you will, for our soul, IS NOT A HUMAN BEING.

A fetus is not a human being. A dead body, no matter how bipedal, is not a human being.

So you see, it's impossible for humans to be made of water, because a soul is and cannot be made of water. Also, where do sentience and agency come from, if it's just water? What differentiates humans from water, if they're made of water?

If we talk purely about the biological side, the physical body, then even that is not made of water, or it would just flow on the ground instead of sitting in front of a computer or stupidphone typing nonsense into forums.

The physical body's water percentage ranges from 45 to 75. It's not exactly 60%, as someone claimed.

Now that I have had some of these misconceptions corrected (hopefully), we can start talking about full moon.

I don't really know that much about full moon, as it doesn't really affect me all that much, but from what I have superficially researched, the police knows this phenomenon very well, as crimes and general 'craziness' always spikes during full moon. It must have SOME effect, or there wouldn't be this much statistical evidence.

Don't talk about menstrual cycles, those are a different thing altogether. Women can even 'synchronize' their cycles just by existing in the same room.

I can't think of a nihilistic, materialistic, biological or 'sceptical' reason that would fully explain THAT.

In any case, moon has an effect, full moon has a very strange, amplified effect on people.

As a sidenote, of course a 'new moon' has an effect, because it starts an ACTUAL new cycle. Our calendar is removed so far from natural cycles, it's amazing we still use it. It doesn't match with new moons, it has only twelve months, when if you count from purely lunar calendar, there should be thirteen, it has all this weird 'remove days and add days' stuff going on just to keep up with nature, february is inconsistent with other months and so on.

As a sidenote to that sidenote, it's amazing to me that people in the west blindly accept as fact so many things without researching, one of which is 'pregnancy lasts nine months'.

When you calculate with lunar calendar (true months), and then you also calculate from the moment of actual conception (or even ejaculation), you get a very VERY different amount of months (or even days).

If you have intercourse at new year's eve, you won't give birth in september, but most likely in october.

According to many asian cultures, pregnancy actually lasts for ten months and ten days. You can calculate from this when your parents probably had intercourse, and I wouldn't be surprised if about 10 months and 10 days before you started your incarnation, there was some kind of drunken festival, like new year, christmas or midsummer.

posted on Feb, 18 2022 @ 04:29 PM
a reply to: Shoujikina

Awesome reply, much food for thought there.

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