surgery according to the moon

Surgery according to the Moon

Our health, and the health of our loved ones, must always be in priority. Going to a surgical operation, you need to carefully weigh all the details – consult with the best doctors, pick up a clinic. In addition, astrologers also advise to have surgery according to the Moon. The energy of the Moon has a huge impact on all life on Earth, so it’s worth a look at the Health lunar calendar when choosing a date.

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Surgery according to the Moon

Surgery according to the Moon – unfavorable days

As you know, the Health lunar calendar contains some unfavorable days for any serious procedures. Therefore, when planning surgery according to the Moon, exclude such days at first. Among them – 7, 14, 9, 19, 23, 29 lunar days. For the most part, these days are at the junction of changing the Moon phases and are generally considered emotionally heavy and unfavorable, even Satanic in some esoteric schools.

But, it is not just so simple. Remember, that every lunar day is connected with some part of the human body, “responsible” for it. Astrologers say that on a lunar day, associated with a particular organ, this organ should not be touched. So, do not plan surgical operations on it. For example, 22 lunar day is associated with the skin. Therefore, it is better not to plan any surgery on it, since the skin takes part in them directly.

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Surgery according to the Moon – favorable days

Excluding unfavorable days, it is worthwhile to go further and choose the most successful day for the operation. Note, that it is better to plan any surgery according to the Moon on the waning Moon. The waning moon, gradually disappearing from the night sky, takes away all illnesses, bad habits, excess weight, and in general all unnecessary of human life. Thus, the most successful part of the lunar cycle for surgical operations is the last, fourth quarter.

Next, to find the most favorable date, you need to exclude the lunar day associated with the part of the body that you plan to heal. For example, 18 lunar day – the best time for a surgery on the neck (larynx, tonsils, thyroid gland); 24 lunar day – for the stomach surgery.

Find more tips in our Health Moon Calendar 👇

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