What is different about this full moon, anything? And the does the fact that we live around many old giant burial mounds have anything to do with it? The giants were prolific here

We live in Amish country and they have all lived with horses all their
lives. Tonight was a full moon, nothing unusual there, horses go through
full moons every month. I went down to talk to my Amish neighbor tonight
and her husband flagged me before I got into the driveway, " My horses ran
off, they have never done that before, the boys are after them, will you
drive me to look for them?" Of course we were off down the road, looking
for the tracks of two well trained buggy horses. Why is buggy horses
significant?, They do not spook , they must be reliable regardless of what
size or type of noisy vehicle goes by them. They are bred and trained for a
steady but alert nature. We passed his wife and daughter on the road who
had not seen them and caught up with the 4 boys, after doubling back they
were spotted way out in a field, on the edge of the forest before the
swamp. They took off running again when they saw the boys, but the now 6
boys, went into the forest and came out behind them and got them back to
road . Us girls were at the barn, these horses came charging back, soaking
wet and afraid in 25 degree temps. Not the steady buggy horses they were
an hour ago. And Ray , my neighbor who is 50 , kept saying, they have never
done that before, I don't understand it.

What is different about this full moon, anything? And the does the fact
that we live around many old giant burial mounds have anything to do with
it? The giants were prolific here, and nine skeletons were buried just up
the road from the barn . I have been detecting ever so slight tremors
lately at night, no earthquake reports exist here. We have an old house and
the floor picks up movement when only the heaviest loaded livestock haulers
go by.

This is not the same feeling, it is something much more subtle, a different
frequency, not a rumble , a shiver. Perhaps I am not the only one feeling
this, could the two horses have felt a shaking that they felt was
different? I have been around alot of horses myself. They were flat out
terrified when we got them back in the barn, it was all very strange. And
as Ray said, they have never done that before.
Tomorrow I will be asking if anybody else's horses were acting funny last
night. The dogs where silent, the cattle dog who is usually out was
cowering in the barn, all strange. Normally he would be all over the
action with the boys. When those who are completely unplugged from the
world start experiencing strangeness for the first time in their lives, it
is something to ponder.

Feb 22, 2016

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