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Medical Correlations to the New Moon

Here are some general medical correlations to the New Moon

Specifically at any New Moon, one should not have surgery on the part of the body ruled by one’s Sun sign (emergencies excepted, obviously). Briefly, those include:

  • Aries: the head (including eyes and nose and upper teeth) and pituitary gland
  • Taurus: the mouth, lower teeth, throat, tonsils, vocal cords, ears, neck, and thyroid gland
  • Gemini: the thymus gland, nervous system, lungs, shoulder area, arms, and hands
  • Cancer: the stomach area, diaphragm, uterus, and breasts
  • Leo: the heart, upper back, spleen, and sides
  • Virgo: the lower abdominal area, small intestine, gall bladder, and upper bowel
  • Libra: the lower, small of the back, bladder, kidneys and adrenal glands
  • Scorpio: the pelvis, reproductive organs, gonads, colon, and rectum
  • Sagittarius: the hips and thighs, the liver, and pancreas
  • Capricorn: the knees, bones, gall badder, teeth, cartilage generally, and lower leg
  • Aquarius: the calves, ankles, retina of the eyes, and parathyroid gland
  • Pisces: the feet, lymphatic system, and pineal gland.