Many people believed that the Moon Gazing Hare was associated with positive energies, such as growth, re-birth and could indeed bring good luck.
A sight of a Hare, particularly a Moon Gazing one is still considered to be a positive symbol, particularly by believers of the old traditions, such as Wiccans.
In pre-Christian times the Hare was considered a sacred animal, entwined with the earth or white Goddess who was the provider of all things. The Celts worshiped the hare and would not eat its meat nor kill them except at Beltane festival
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