Brian May Clarifies Why He Recently Visited His Doctor’s Office And Gives An Update On His Health Status
Queen lead guitarist Brian May shared a post on his official Instagram page revealing breathtaking pictures of the moon which were taken by his friend in addition to the one May took himself from the window of his doctor’s office and apparently, May visited his doctor for a check-up.
Brian May experienced a near-death health issue after suffering from a heart attack which led to the discovery of three blocked arteries that left the Queen guitarist with pain nearly a year ago. After he returned back home, Brian posted several pictures and videos of himself showing his improving health status to his worried fans.
What Happened After Brian May Had A Heart Attack In 2020
In a previous interview, May also revealed that his health problems continued and he had to have surgery to place three stents in his arteries. Apparently, after the surgery, he experienced some complications due to the drugs he was on which caused a stomach explosion that almost killed him. mentioned after a long period of recovery from, he was feeling better and ready to rock again.
While fans are always hungry for new information, especially about his recent health status, Queen’s lead guitarist shared a post on his official Instagram page revealing beautiful pictures of the crescent moon. While giving information about this phase of the moon to his fans, May also revealed that he went to his doctor’s office for a check-up to see how he’s doing, apparently, he’s doing just fine.
Here is what May said:
“O Moon thy silver light doth gleam and in my soul excite the sweetest dream … Such beauty !! My great friend Jamie Cooper Photography (aka Jamie Cooper), this very evening, created this exquisite portrait of the Earth’s mysterious companion – a waxing crescent Moon less than 2 days old. Why ‘waxing?’ Because in bygone days to ‘wax’ was to expand – or increase, literally or, in my memory more often metaphorically.
I have been known to ‘wax lyrical’ myself. Why do we say it’s just 2 days old, when we know for sure it’s actually been up there for about four and a half billion years? Well, because from the point of view of an observer on the Earth, it’s just 2 days since the Moon became temporarily invisible because it was positioned (roughly) between us and the dazzling Sun. So the notion has always been popular in human minds that the Moon is reborn at that point.”
“It then waxes for two weeks until it’s full – and then wanes back down to a waning crescent for the next 2 weeks before disappearing once more into the rays of the Currant Bun. And see here the beauty of the phenomenon known as the ‘Old Moon in the Young Moon’s arms.’ That ghostly light is reflected sunlight from the Earth. If we were standing on the Moon in that night-time area, we could sing songs about Earthlight, rather than Moonlight; and how romantic would that be? ‘Earthlight becomes you – it goes with your hair …’ And finally, why do we find it so beautiful? Well, maybe there is some shared memory buried in our genome.
That doesn’t seem as unlikely now as it did a few years ago. Time for us ALL to enjoy a rebirth. OK? Bri. Ah – the third swipe is my own pic – from the window of my doctor’s surgery in the middle of Harley Street in London Town. Don’t worry – it was just a check-up to see how my antibodies are doing. And then a glass of wine to share the moment. I’m very lucky that my doctor is one of my best friends. Bri”
You can see the Instagram post below.