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Moon Madness and Other Effects of the Full Moon (original 1981; edition 1988)

by Paul Katzeff

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Title:Moon Madness and Other Effects of the Full Moon
Authors:Paul Katzeff (Author)
Info:Citadel (1988),
Collections:Your library, non-fiction
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Tags:Non-fiction, Moon, Psychology

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Moon Madness by Paul Katzeff (1981)

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I do not know whether I understand your meaning when you say "Astrology". I do not know all the influences which go from body to body. I do know that if man is not affected in some way by the planets, Sun, and Moon, he is the only thing on Earth that isn't.

~ Robert A Millikan, 1924
Nobel Prize winner and President
of the California Institute of Technology
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The day a Cornwall, England, Ditch digger named Charles Hyde was hauled into court on a house-breaking charge in 1953, his lawyer argued that Hyde couldn't help himself because of the full moon had made him do it.
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For thousands of years, the moon has fascinated mankind. It has inspired awe, admiration, dread and mystery.

Paul Katzeff's spellbinding study of the moon examines insanity, fertility, werewolfism and the moon's role in religion, and deals with its influence on tides, weather, earthquakes, plants, animals, murder and suicide
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