The lunar eclipse of yesterday has reached tomorrow when Full Buck shines in the night sky in almost the entire world. The US space agency NASA calculates a slight eclipse that is painful at 10.30 BST, when our celestial globes have shadows expected on our planet. But although the science surrounding the eclipses is quite stable, some legends are remarkable.
There is no scientifically rational explanation of myths that link insomnia to the moon's eclipses.
The Aztecs believe that the moon's eclipse is due to a bite taken by the Moon.
This idea is reported to be translated into Mexican superstition that if a pregnant woman looked at a Moon eclipse, a bite would be taken to the face of her unborn child.
And even the credits of Hindu credits the eclipse to the head of the demon called Rahu, which occupies the Moon or Sun.
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Other known superstitions in the eclipse:
Stay in the Eclipse: It's been long ago that pregnant women in the presence of eclipse can cause their baby to have facial deformities or birth marks.
But again ̵1; there is not a single reason why pregnant women should stay indoors during an eclipse.
Do not wear metal.
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Yet another popular legend is encouraged by expecting mothers to wear metal, and red trousers.
Mexican superstition claims to wear a safety pin, or rather worries, a knife close to him The belly, in addition to red underwear, offers protection against their baby born with a blister.
But while the cause of a snare trap remains a mystery, of course, there are no verified links to eclipses during pregnancy.
Indian astrologers also encourage pregnant women to avoid the use of sharp implants in fruit and vegetable slices.
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Obstetrician gynecologists believe that some pregnant women in Pakistan may be warned to prevent a baby from developing twisted joints.
However Dr Shafia Bhutto said in St. Louis Post Dispatch: "There is nothing going on in your baby during an eclipse because of it in your uterus."
And in India, meanwhile, some expecting mothers were even urged to bathe before and after of the eclipse and take part in other religious activities to postpone bad things related to the eclipse.