Whoever decided to make a prediction about winter based on the shadow (or lack) of a groundhog on this day every year must have been inspired by a Pennsylvania Dutch belief. Of course, it’s a nonsense.
This chart shows the energies that existed on the first celebrated Groundhog Day in Punxsutawney, 136 years ago. Interesting T-square. Every year since that date, the energies would shift, but the initial event is quite clear: if Phil sees his shadow they’ll be six more weeks of winter; if not, it’ll be an early spring.
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