Liber AL Chapter 1, line 16 says: “For he is ever a sun, and she a moon. But to him is the winged secret flame, and to her the stooping starlight.”
And it seems that the Chinese people are also enamored of this satellite. The BBC has posted a filmed report on the Chinese celebration of the Moon Festival
“Chinese communities celebrate the Mid-Autumn Festival, also known as the Moon or lantern festival, marking the end of harvest and the fullest Moon of the year.
“Huge traffic jams have failed to dampen the mid-autumn festival in China.