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Anything can happen on a full moon night. Anything. Last full moon my fridge and almost every other household appliance died. Last full moon I was filled with want. Last full moon was a Cancer full moon, and the moon rules Cancer.
I am a Cancer. Full moons have always ruled my life. Last full moon I wished that I was a Vampire. Last full moon my wish and my want might have been a reality.
Who knows what happens after midnight in a full moon in Cancer in Manhattan?
Somehow after the sun comes out I find myself at the river looking at New Jersey. We think Vampires have been banned from the new New Jersey skyline. However, some people wonder what the mark is on their neck. How can I be out in the sun? Did I say that I’m a Vampire? Maybe, maybe not. Or maybe a new breed has embarked upon the Hudson.
We who worship the Cancer full moon in Manhattan just might know the answer.
Then we find ourselves at a magical building off Fifth Avenue in the 60’s where I lived in a previous life.
We don’t talk about what goes on there, all day all night for over a century. It’s enchanted, sacred and only Cancers who witnessed the full moon from the building I live in now are allowed to partake in the ceremony.
What ceremony? Someday if you don’t find yourself in Jersey, somebody might tell you about the secret door that leads into another part of the building. Maybe.
Happy Friday. I will probably post again sometime next week, from a world far from here. Please understand if I don’t make it to your blog. Have to prepare for another moon. It’s really not easy being a Full Moon Goddess or Vampire or whatever I am.
Then again I might post tomorrow.
I was in a writing class with Stephanie Klein and am very excited about her book Straight up & Dirty, being released.. Before I knew any bloggers, I saw the button for BE on her blog. Had no idea what a button or BE was, but boy was I going to learn.
Wow, Stephanie has paved the way for bloggers. Think that’s amazing. She also paved the way for taking a respite from Manhattan, something that I totally understandl