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Spell: Meteor Day

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Today is Meteor Day. This holiday commemorates the famous Tunguska event of June 30, 1908, when a meteor exploded over Siberia, flattening a large area of forest. A number of people reported seeing a huge fireball in the sky, followed by loud explosions and a plume of smoke. A traditional way to observe this holiday is to go outdoors at night and watch for meteors (though the best show is in late summer, when the Perseid meteors begin to appear in mid-July and peak August 9-14). Astrologers vary in their interpretation of a meteor's mystical energy and effects. Some believe that meteors, and especially meteor showers, indicate a brief but large boost in energy. Others say that a meteor represents a sudden discovery or flash of insight. So if you see one, be prepared to take advantage of the opportunity quickly, because it won't last long.
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