Monday, March 23, 2009


Was Natasha Richardson’s Death ‘Lunar Assisted’?

MIAMI SHORES, Fla. (Wireless Flash - FlashNews) – Natasha Richardson’s death may be partly attributed to the effects of the moon.

According to lunar behavior researcher Jeff Warren, Richardson’s death may have been “lunar assisted,” since her fatal skiing accident and subsequent passing happened during a dangerous phase of the moon.

Warren says the period between March 16, the day of the skiing incident, and March 18, the day of Richardson’s death, was one of the worst periods of the entire year as far as the moon is concerned.

The moon was in extreme declination, taking longer to rise and fall, and at its lowest biorhythm, which usually makes it a bad time for anything health-related.

Richardson’s death occurred on March 18, the day of the last quarter, also a dangerous, unlucky day according to Warren.

Although folks may be afraid to hit the slopes, Warren says April 3-5 – the middle of the waxing moon phase – will be a safe time to take up sports or physical activities again.

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