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LUNAR GARDENING:

1 Girolami Azzi. Agricultural Ecology. Constable and Company (1956)
2 Margaret Baker. The gardeners folklore.
3 Aristotle.Complete works.
4 Robert C. Balling and Randal Cerveny (1995) The influence of lunar phase on daily global temperatures Science267 1481-1482
5 Dyre et al. (1995) Lunar phase influence on global temperature Science 2691284-1285
6 J.A.Schaffer, R.S. Cerveny and R.C. Balling (1997) Polar temperature sensitivity to climate forcing. Geophysical Research Letters 24 29-32
7 John Reid The Scots Gard'ner, together with The Gard'ners Kalender First published 1683 David Lindsay and Partners, Edinburgh. Reprinted 1907 T.N.Foulis, London
8 John Chandler A Wiltshire Christmas Sutton Publishing (1991)
9 Ernst Zurcher, Maria-Giulia Cantiani, Francesco Sorbetti-Guerri & Denis Michel (1998) Tree stem diameters fluctuate with tide Nature 392 16th April p.665
10 Kiyomitsu Ito, Hachiro Sugiyama, N.M.N.B.N. Salleh, Chang Poon Min (1993)Effects of lunar phase on light trap catches of the Malayan black rice bug, Scotinophora coarctata (Heteroptera: Pentatomidae) Bulletin of Entomological Research 83 59-66
11 Burt P.Kotler, Yoram Ayal, Aziz Subach (1994) Effects of predatory risk and resource renewal on the timing of foraging activity in a gerbil community Oecologia 100 391-396
12 Bernard Nietschmann. Between Land and Water: The subsistence ecology of the Miskito indians, easter Nicaragua(1973) Seminar Press
13 Elsdon Best. The Maori as he was:A brief account of Maori life as it was in pre-European days (1974) A.R.Shearer, Government printer, Wellington, New Zealand
14 C.F.C.Beeson. (1946) The moon and plant growth Nature 158 572-573
15 Frank A.Brown and Carol S.Chow (1973) Lunar correlated variations in water uptake by bean seeds Biological bulletin 145 265-278
16 Maw,M.G. (1967) Periodicities in the influences of air ions on the growth of garden cress, Lepidum sativum L. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 47 499-507
17 Giovanni Abrami (1972) Correlations between lunar phases and rhythmicities in plant growth under field conditions Canadian journal of Botany 50 2157-2166

LUNAR RAINBOWS
1 Charles Kluepfel & Albert Zijlstra (2001) Lastword New Scientist No.2275 27th January 2001

THE MAD HATTER'S LUNAR POCKET WATCH

1 Martin Gardener. The annotated Alice. Penguin (1965)

MAKING MOONDIALS:

1 Sabine Baring-Gould. Curious myths of the middle ages. Rivingtons(1869)
2 Jan Knappert. The aquarian guide to african mythology. Aquarian press (1990)
3 Albert E. Waugh. Sundials their theory and construction.
4 Kit Williams. Masquerade.
5 Maud Grieve. A modern Herbal. Jonathan Cape, 1931 reprinted 1971

THE MAN IN THE MOON:

1 Sabine Baring-Gould. Curious myths of the middle ages. Rivingtons(1869)
2 Kaj Birket-Smith. The Eskimos. (1959)
3 Robert Graves. The White Goddess. Faber (1946)
4 W.W.Skeat. Malay magic. Frank Cass and Co.(1965)
5 Hammer of the Gods Stephen Davis
6 Iona and Peter Opie. The Oxford Dictionary of nursery rhymes Clarendon Press. (1952)
7 J.R.R. Tolkien The Book of Lost Tales. Part 1 Unwin (1983)
8 John Michell and Robert Rickard Phenomena: a book of wonders
9 R.H.Codrington. The Melanesians: Their anthropology and folklore (1891) Oxford, Clarendon Press
10 The Hydah mission, Queen Charlotte's Islands Charles Harrison, Church Missionary Society c. 1884 [cited on wikipedia]

THE MAN IN THE MOONE

1 Francis Godwin The Man in the Moone Hereford Times (1959). Originally published 1638
2 John Michell and Robert Rickard Phenomena: a book of wonders

THE MOON AND ANIMALS

1 S.W.Tromp (1972) Possible effects of Extra-terrestrial stimuli on colloidal systems and living organisms. From: Biometeorology Volume 5 part II, Proceedings of the 6th International Biometeorological congress held at Noordwijk, The Netherlands 3-9 Sept 1972 S.W.Tromp, W.H.Weihe & Janneke J.Bouma. Supplement to Vol 16 1972 of The International Journal of Biometeorology
2 H.Marguerite Webb and Frank A.Brown,jr (1965) Interactions of diurnal and tidal rhythms of activity in the fiddler crab, Uca pugnax. Biological Bulletin 129 582-591
3 J.D.Palmer (1967) Daily and tidal components in the persistent rhythmic activity of the crab, Sesarma Nature 215 64-66
4 Tim Severin In search of Moby Dick Little, Brown and Company (1999)
5 Bernard Nietschmann. Between Land and Water: The subsistence ecology of the Miskito indians, easter Nicaragua(1973) Seminar Press
6 Burt P.Kotler, Yoram Ayal, Aziz Subach (1994) Effects of predatory risk and resource renewal on the timing of foraging activity in a gerbil community Oecologia 100 391-396
7 Kiyomitsu Ito, Hachiro Sugiyama, N.M.N.B.N. Salleh, Chang Poon Min (1993)Effects of lunar phase on light trap catches of the Malayan black rice bug, Scotinophora coarctata (Heteroptera: Pentatomidae) Bulletin of Entomological Research 83 59-66
8 John D.Palmer & Frank E.Round (1967) Persistent vertical-migration rhythms in benthic microflora. VI. The tidal and diurnal nature of the rhythm in the diatom Hantzschia virgata Biological Bulletin 132 44-55
9 R.N.Gibson (1965) Rhythmic activity in littoral fish Nature 207544-545 10 Franklin H.Barnwell (1966) Daily and tidal patterns of activity in individual fiddler crabs (genus Uca) from the woods hole region. Biological bulletin 130 1-17
11 Franklin H.Barnwell (1963) Observations on daily and tidal rhythms in some fiddler crabs from equatorial Brazil Biological bulletin 125 399-415 12 Elfred Morgan (1965) The activity rhythm of the amphipod Coryphium volutator (Pallas) and its possible relationship to changes in hydrostatic pressure associated with the tides. Journal of animal ecology 34 731-746 MOON CALVES

1 The Oxford English Dictionary
2 Pliny Natural History
3 Brewers Dictionary of phrase and fable

MOONRAKERS

1 Ralph Whitlock. Wiltshire. (1949) Vision of England series, Paul Elek publishers Ltd.
2 Fortean Times. Can't remember the issue , sorry.
3 Readers Digest Guide to folklore and mythology of England
4 BBC Wildlife Magazine April 2000 p6

MOONSHINE

1 Dorothy Wise. Home made country wines. Hulton Press
2 Eric Soothill and Micael J.Thomas. Nature's wild harvest Blandford press (1983)
3 Ernst and Johanna Lehner. Folklore and odysseys of food and medicinal plants. Farrar, Strauss and Giroux
4 Robert Graves.The White Goddess Faber (1946)
5 Nigel Rees Why do we say...? Words and sayings and where they come from Blandford (1987)
6 James MacDonald Wordly wise. A book about the origins of English words and phrases Constable, London (1984)
7 Neil MacAlpine. Pronouncing Gaelic English Dictionary Gairm Publications, Glasgow (1971)
8 Maud Grieve. A modern Herbal. Jonathan Cape, 1931 reprinted 1971 and now available online
9 H.G. Baynes. Mythology of the soul. Methuen (1939)
10 H.L.Edlin British Plants and their uses (1951) B.T.Batsford Ltd.
11 Charles Bamforth Beer Insight books (1998) [cited in New Scientist 4th July 1998]
12 Joan Thirsk (1997) Alternative Agriculture: A history, from the black death to the present day Oxford University Press
13 John Reid The Scots Gard'ner, together with The Gard'ners Kalender First published 1683 David Lindsay and Partners, Edinburgh. Reprinted 1907 T.N.Foulis, London
13 Poole, William (2009), "Introduction", in Poole, William, The Man in the Moone, Broadview, pp. 13–62, ISBN 978-1-55111-896-3 [cited on wikipedia]

MOONSIGNS

1 Joanne Martine Woodfolk. The only astrology book you'll ever need Scarborough House (reprint 1990)

RED-HAIRED, ASS-EARED SET:

1 Robert Graves. The White Goddess. Faber (1946)
2 Hugh Lloyd-Jones. Myths of the zodiac. Gerald Duckworth and Co. (1978)
3 F.E. Zeuner. A history of domestic animals. Hutchinson and Co. (1963)
4 Patrick F. Houlihan. The animal world of the Pharoahs Thames and Hudson (1996)
5 Harold Bayley. The lost language of symbolism. First published 1912 by Williams and Norgate, reprinted 1996 by Bracken books
6 Douglas J.Brewer, Donald B.Redford and Susan Redford. Domestic plants and animals, The Egyptian origins. Aris and Phillips Ltd. Warminster, England
7 Charles Darwin. The Origin of Species.6th edition. John Murray, London (1917)
8 Stephen Jay Gould. Hens teeth and horses toes. Pelican (1984)
9 M.R.James. The Apocryphal New Testament Oxford (1953)
10 Dimitri Meeks and Christine Favard Meeks.
Daily Life of the Egyptian Gods John Murray, London (1996)
11 Elizabeth Sutherland The Pictish Guide Birlinn (1997)
12 Dr. W.Wagner & M.W.MacDowell. Asgard and the Gods. Sonnenschein (1884)
13 Pauline Matarasso (translator) The quest of the holy grail Penguin (1969)
14 Edward Topsell (1658) The History of Four Footed Beasts and Serpents and Insects Volume 1: Four Footed Beasts (Taken principally from the Historiae Animalum of Conrad Gesner
15 Stephen Foehr (2000) Jamaican Warriors, reggae roots and culture MPG Books isbn 1-86074-314-5
16 Alison Motluk New Scientist 2278 17th February 2001 p19 Biblical strongman was plagued by mental illness

ROBIN HOOD AND GUY OF GISBOURNE

1 Harold Bayley. The lost language of symbolism.. First published 1912 by Williams and Norgate, reprinted 1996 by Bracken books
2 Robert Graves. The White Goddess. Faber (1946)
3 Shorter Oxford English Dictionary
4 Ronald Hutton. The Stations of the Sun. Oxford University Press (1996)
5 Violet Alford. The hobby horse and other animal masks The Merlin Press, London (1978)

THE STAIRWAY TO HEAVEN:

1 Harold Bayley. The lost language of symbolism. First published 1912 by Williams and Norgate, reprinted 1996 by Bracken books
2 Bollard Worship (1994) Fortean Times 73 [Citing San Francisco Chronicle, 25 October and 15 November 1993]
3 Robert Graves. The White Goddess. Faber (1946)
4 Jan Knappert. The Aquarian guide to African mythology. Aquarian press (1990)
5 Nigel Pennick. The ancient science of geomancy London (1979)
6 W.F.Kirby (translator) The Kalevala Athlone press (1985)
7 John Preston Touching the Moon Heinemann: London (1990)
Not a brilliant book, but quite enjoyable. History is not the author's strong point
8 John Michell At the centre of the world. Polar symbolism discovered in Celtic, Norse and other ritualised landscapes Thames and Hudson (1994)
9 Bruce M.Metzger and Michael D.Coogan The Oxford Companion to the Bible OUP (1993)
10 Sir George Dasent Fifteen Norse Tales
11 Gerald Weiss Campa Cosmology pp 251-256 in Native South Americans: Ethology of the least known continent Patricia J.Lyon (Ed.) Little Brown and Company (1974)
12 Paul Devereux Symbolic Landscapes: The dreamtime earth and Avebury's open secrets Gothic Image Publications, Glastonbury (1992)
Patrick Harpur The philosophers secret fire. A history of the imagination Ivan R.Dee Inc (2003)

THE TOAD AND THE HARE

1 Harold Bayley. The lost language of symbolism. First published 1912 by Williams and Norgate, reprinted 1996 by Bracken books
2 Encyclopaedia Britannica.
3 Jan Knappert. The aquarian guide to African mythology. Aquarian press (1990)
4 David and Margaret Leeming. A dictionary of creation myths.
5 Claude Levi-Strauss. From Honey to Ashes. (1973)
6 Tom Robbins. Still life with woodpecker.
7 Sunday Telegraph Easter 1996
8 Kit Williams. Masquerade.
9 Webster's English dictionary
10 Ronald Hutton. The Stations of the Sun. Oxford University Press (1996)
11 V.A.Firsoff (1959) Strange world of the moon. An enquiry into lunar physics Hutchinson and Co., London
12 George Ewart Evans and David Thomson The Leaping Hare Faber and Faber Ltd. London (1972)
13 James Frazer. The Golden Bough.

TRANSIENT LUNAR PHENOMENA:

1 Sabine Baring-Gould. Curious myths of the middle ages. Rivingtons(1869)
2 Peter Grego. (1997) Transient Lunar Phenomena. Fortean Times No.105
3 Patrick Moore. Guide to the planets.Lutterworth Press (1971)
4 Patrick Moore. The atlas of the universe. George Philip & Son Ltd. London (1970)
5 Brian Regal. (1998) When beavers roamed the moon. Fortean times No.109
6 Jan Knappert. The aquarian guide to African mythology. Aquarian press (1990)
7 David Icke. The Truth Vibrations.
8 Desmond King-Hele. Doctor of revolution Faber (1977)

9 Rudolf Erich Raspe (and others) Singular travels, campaigns and adventures of Baron Munchaussen. Introduction by John Carswell, London, The Cresset press (1948)
10 Samuel Taylor Coleridge The Rhyme of the ancient mariner.
11 Peter Grego (1998) Lunar Tunes Fortean Times No.112
12 Vincent Kiernan (1997) Huge ice cubes bombard earth New Scientist 31st May p.7
13 Steve Ringwood (1997) Icy blast. New Scientist 28th June (letters)
14 New Scientist 29th November 1997 p29
15 Patrick Moore (1976) Guide to The Moon Lutterworth Press
16 New Scientist No snow show. 12th June 1999 p25
17 Charles Seife (1999)Moon mystery emerges from the X-Files. [aaaaaaaargh! why do journalists have to keep mentioning the X-files whenever anything like this comes up? - Ian]New Scientist 23rd October #2209

THE UTCHAT

1 H.G. Baynes. Mythology of the soul. Methuen (1939)
2 Brian Branston. Gods of the north. Thames and Hudson (1955)
3 David and Margaret Leeming. A dictionary of creation myths.
4 Tom Robbins. Still life with woodpecker.
5 J.R.R.Tolkien. Tree and Leaf.Unwin
6 Dr. W.Wagner & M.W.MacDowell. Asgard and the Gods. Sonnenschein (1884)
7 E.A.Wallis-Budge. The Egyptian book of the dead (the papyrus of Ani).
8 Duncan Lunan. Man and the stars.
9 Robert Graves. The White Goddess. Faber (1946)
10 Patrick F. Houlihan. The animal world of the Pharoahs Thames and Hudson (1996)
11 Dimitri Meeks and Christine Favard Meeks. Daily Life of the Egyptian Gods (1996) John Murray, London
12 Manfred Lurker. The illustrated dictionary of the gods and symbols of ancient Egypt (1974) Thames and Hudson
13 John Anthony West. Serpent in the sky
14 Alexander McKenzie.Prophesies of the Brahan Seer
15 R.T.Rundle Clark. Myth and symbol in ancient Egypt (1959) Thames and Hudson
16 Sabine Baring Gould. Curious myths of the middle ages (1869) Rivingtons

THE WHITE GODDESS:

1 James Frazer. The Golden Bough.
2 Marija Gimbutas. The Goddesses and gods of old Europe 6500-3500 B.C. Myths and cult images.
3 Marija Gimbutas. The civilisation of the Goddess. Harper Collins(1991)
4 Robert Graves. The White Goddess. Faber (1946)
5 Rosemary Sutcliffe. Mark of the Horse Lord.




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