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Nobody knows when a person might die, and only astrologers would pretend to think a solar or lunar eclipse might mean something for humans.
More: Tolzien’s amateurish play Sunday – quarterback rating: 33.8 – was as predictable, if not as uncommon, as a lunar eclipse.
This attitudinal change was anticipated centuries earlier by Aristotle’s surmise that the curved shadow of a lunar eclipse is that of a spherical Earth.
Remember the Blood Moon Prophecy, promulgated by the apocalyptic beliefs of Christian ministers John Hagee and Mark Biltz, which assured a skeptical world that four consecutive lunar eclipses would lead to expiration in September 2015?
In a total lunar eclipse, for instance, the Earth moves between the sun and the moon, casting a shadow on the moon.
While the spread offense is the bomb, passes flying left and right, Hamamoto throws the ball about every lunar eclipse.
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