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Moon water
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Post # 1
So i use moon water at times but a thought came to me on moon water. If it rains on the full moon, would the rain itself be moon water or just regular rain? Any comments and answers would be much appreciated.
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Re: Moon water
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Post # 2

That would be just rain water. Moon water is water that is placed on a window ( or where ever you're placing it ) where the moon can shine over it to charge it with the moon's energy. Some believe you have to take it before the sun can shine on it, some don't. It depends on you, really.

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Re: Moon water
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Post # 3
Well, if you think about it, is is actually the same as putting water at a window. The moonlight falls on the cloud(=vaporized water) just how it would fall on a bowl of water. So, I perosnally think that it WILL be moon water, but less potent than moon water obtained through the bowl method because of...well, physics. A cloud is not compromised only of water vapors, but from other gases as well. This means that moonlight, due to not being equally absorbed by every part of the cloud, doesn't affect water on the same level it would if the water was inside a bowl with nothing else but water.
In a nutshell: you CAN get moon water through this method, but it will be certainly less potent than obtaining it with the classic way.
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Re: Moon water
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Post # 4

According to your logic then every time it rains during night time it's rain water? I disagree, yet respect your opinion.

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Re: Moon water
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Post # 5

As has already been said, moon water is simply water that has been charged under moonlight, how this is done or what is considered to be moon water is personal belief.

If you have a bowl outside or a bottle when it rains on a full moon some consider this moonwater,others feel you would need to let this water sit for a few hours in moonlight to become moon water, some use tap water rather than rain water, some say that the moon has to be clear of clouds to charge water, while others believe it can be charged with the moon hidden behind clouds, etc.

There are many methods and many beliefs in regards to moonwater, personally If you collect rainwater on a full moon, it simply being under a full moon is enough for me, but with rain water collection you will often get a lot of dirt in the water so whether you choose to use tap or rain water depends on what you want to use it for.

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Re: Moon water
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Post # 6
Well, as I mentioned before, I personally believe that getting moon water through the clouds results in a weaker, less potent moon water. Just like with regular moon water, its potency and perhaps some of its attributes as well depends on the phase of the moon. If the moon is one night before new moon, then the moonwater produced that night wouldn't get much energy from the moon anyway. If it was done through collecting the water at rainfall at the same circumstances (one night before new moon) then you would get even less energy. But one thing should be noted: the moon's energy reaches the earth regardless of the phase it is in. Even at new moon, the moon's energy actually reaches earth, even if it is very faint. Moonlight is light and light is energy, so this means that the moon's energies are much more intense the fuller the moon is.
At least, that is the way I believe things are. I too respect your opinion :)
I hope I didn't make
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