Friday, January 13, 2006

Howling at the moon.....


it maybe a bit new agey, a bit hippy or something, but does anyone else notice the effects of the full moon? Traditionally its been a time witches have used for their rituals to make magic. And of course there are were wolves.

http://www.paulcarlisle.net/old/MoonCalendar.html

Maybe there's a way to be a were doll? Totally opposite of the hairy were wolf admittedly, but worth a shot. A couple of days of month at night seems like a good starting point for a doll transformation.

I for one will be wearing my latex catsuit all day tommorrow, in hope that the magic is realised and I become one with latex and converted into a latex doll....

xxx

5 comments:

Schneelocke said...

It's a common misconception that wolves howl at the moon (or that they are more active during the full moon), but it's still a misconception - the phase of the moon has no demonstrable effect on the behaviour of wolves.

Just thought I'd let you know. :)

Oneeyedjack said...

Spoil sport!

WinterRose said...

Tidal influences and the lunar effects on generalized magnetic fields upon the planet, as well as the effect upon impressionable human psyches are of course well known. It is theorized in some circles that stiffness of the joints or sometimes rigidity occur from a buildup of trace mineral elements. So, add perhaps the effect of lunar magnetism on the iron in the blood, and pair that with a supernatural belief in were-fetish-dolls, and perhaps, just perhaps, if you were very good this lunar cycle, Hysterical Autoerotic Catatonia may occur, locking the fortunate rubber dolly in a toylike looped erotic feedback loop.

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Perhaps... ^_^

JL said...

I'm not so sure the whole "full moon" mystery isn't anything more complex than what happens during complete solar eclipses, when the sun emerges roosters begin to "howl" as it were, fooled into thinking another dawn has come. I'm a cancer, a "moon child" for whatever stock you put in that, when I was young and even now a night of a good, solid full moon leaves me getting up in the middle of the night and walking into the yard inexplicably, until I realize it's just another damn full moon. Something inside has told me get up, it's daylight.

Just a theory. Never happens with the blinds drawn tight.

Bradley said...

I know, another response to an old update, but it is new to me...:p

I've tried this with one of my lady dollies. I had some slight success, in that trance/dollplay went better for one of us on the full moon.

Trouble is, I was born on the *new* moon, so getting any bio-rhythmic, bio-tidal hookup that way tends to give me contrary results.

Generally the only thing I feel on the full moon is a craving for *meat* or *salty food*. May be a minor tidal effect (on bodily salinity and/or pH).