Silently calling, memorizing, hypnotically enchanting, it draws me in. Standing there bathing in the glow, I can feel every light particle passing through me. The light of the moon is grounding, soothing, tranquillising.
One of the best known Australian Aboriginal stories of Moon creation tells the story that the moon is the reflection of Japara’s camp fire. The lines that are visible on the moon are the reminder of his scars. Some say the moon changes because Japara is forever changing camp as he moves across the dark sky world still searching for his family. Others believe that he has now found his wife and son and that they are exploring the mysterious sky world together. (Ref http://members.optusnet.com.au/virgothomas/space/abobeliefs2.html#How The Moon)