The Moonstomp is perfect for all who wear steel-toe-capped boots as liturgical dress.
With the Ultra Violent Light that we have had fitted into the ceiling of the Moot Hall alongside the other, more liturgically conventional, spots and fresnels, we can look forwards to this evening's Full Moon celebrations being exceptionally enlivening. Since I'm a bit sick of Lent already, all Beaker Folk are entitled for this evening to wear the Hi Viz of their choice. I look forward to the green, yellow, red and violet of the Hi Viz flashing and fluorescing. A sight worth seeing indeed.
The Moot will be held at 10pm sharp. As you know, Beaker Theopsychology holds that the Full Moon is always the best time for doing any kind of business, as our creative juices will be flowing most juicily and the spiritual pathways are completely clear. There are no properly peer-reviewed studies, but in tests we conducted ourselves, Beaker Theopsycchology is 25% more effective than homoepathy and 17% less secretive than Anthropogenic Global Warming studies.
We had a good time this morning with Moomins. Moomins is always one of my favourite services - solemn, yet with a hint of Finnish mythology. The "Moonificat" is always a lovely canticle, and the "Moon Dimittis", with its call upon the Moon to be safe as it wanes once again, is guaranteed to bring a lump to the throat.
In summary the programme for the rest of today is:
6pm - Moonstruck
7pm - Moonstomp
8pm - Moongazing
10 pm - Moot
12 midnight - Barking at the Moon