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A Super Blood Wolf Moon Arrives on Sunday — This Is What That Means for You - 01-18-2019, 05:16 AM

All kinds of crazy things happen when There's a Bad Moon Rising. So
here is the Super Blood Wolf Moon. Makes you want to howl right? A ooooh!
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A Super Blood Wolf Moon Arrives on Sunday — This Is What That Means for You

Allure Gabriela Herstik,Allure Thu, Jan 17 7:00 AM EST
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Full moons are always special, but there will be an extra special one on gracing the sky soon. On Sunday, January 20, through the wee hours of Monday morning, we’ll be greeted with a total lunar eclipse. This cosmic event goes by many names: It's also called a supermoon, a wolf moon, and (a favorite among many), is known affectionately as the Super Blood Wolf Moon.

This total lunar eclipse will be the last one until 2021, so if you're a fan of all-things-otherworldly, you'll want to direct your eyes upward when night falls. In fact, if you’re in North or South America, you’ll have a prime view of this rare cosmic event. However, even if you won’t be able to see this cosmic baddy in real life, you’re still likely to feel the effects of the energy that will be manifested during the eclipse. Read on to learn everything you need to know about the first full moon of 2019, also known as the Super Blood Wolf Moon.

What is a lunar eclipse?
A lunar eclipse happens when the Earth sits between the full moon and the sun. Because of this particular alignment, we see the Earth’s shadow reflected on the moon. Although we had a partial solar eclipse just last month in December of 2018, we haven’t had a total lunar eclipse since July 2018 and we won’t have another one until May 2021.

The vibe for this particular eclipse is to expect the unexpected.
If you're wondering what's particularly special about this one (and where it gets its cool moniker), the Blood Moon takes its name from the reddish hue the moon adopts during a lunar eclipse. Space.com explains that as the moon enters the shadow of the earth, it will begin to take on a rusty hue, saying, “Sunlight scatters to produce the red colors of sunset and sunrise when it enters Earth's atmosphere at a particular angle.” So although this moon can look quite apocalyptic, there really isn’t anything to be worried about. And if you’re planning on watching the eclipse, you can use this chart to help you with timing.

So what makes this moon a supermoon?
This lunar eclipse and full moon is also a supermoon, which is the name for what happens when the moon is at the point in its orbit closest to the Earth, also known as perigee. During this time, supermoons often appear bigger and brighter in the sky than they typically do, explains the website Time and Date. This positioning in the sky is said to amplify the energetic effects of the cosmic event. Supermoons occur between three to four times a year, so this is indeed a special occasion.

And what exactly is a wolf moon?
So now we know what the supermoon and the blood moon are, but what about the wolf moon? Each full moon in the calendar year has a name associated with it, based on the time of the year it happens. According to Farmer's Almanac, January’s full moon is known as the “Wolf Moon” for the wolves that would howl during midwinter. Other names for this full moon include the Old Moon and the Moon After Yule.

How will the Super Blood Wolf Moon affect us?
From a spiritual perspective, eclipses are a time of release and transformation when we’re asked to surrender what no longer serves us. As we’re thrust into the shadow of the moon, we’re also thrust into our own shadows, which aren’t always pretty. Our shadows are the parts of ourselves that we often feel ashamed of; they’re the darkness, the parts of psyches that we bury in the closet. As the Earth’s shadow is reflected onto the surface of the moon, our own shadows also find a way into the light.


January's Full Moon is a Super Blood Wolf Moon
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Full moons and eclipses are both times of completion. While full moons complete the cycle of the month before, an eclipse cycle lasts between six months to a year. This often means that things feel chaotic because these events guide us into alignment that we may not be ready for just yet. Doors often close when we surrender to this energy, and although it sounds scary, the best thing we can do is to trust that this is in our highest favor and act accordingly.

According to astrologer Amelia Quint, the vibe for this particular eclipse is to expect the unexpected. “Between being at 0 degrees, square to rebellious Uranus, and right on top of asteroid Dionysus (the Greek god of wine and parties), the universe is sending everyone on a totally new adventure,” Quint explains. ”It might seem completely unexpected at first, but it'll probably be way more fun than what you had planned anyway.” The main takeaway? Just go with the flow.

What's the best way to celebrate this cosmic event?
While this intense energy may call some of us to take it easy and immerse ourselves in our homes, hermit style, Quint reminds us that because this eclipse is in the sign of Leo, it may also be in our best interest to celebrate. This is a time to bask in our accomplishments and to recognize all the hard work we’ve put in since the first Leo eclipse in August of 2017.

This is a time to embrace praise and confidence, not a time to put ourselves down. And if you want to celebrate this eclipse witch style, Quint also suggests lighting a gold or yellow candle in honor of fire sign Leo and it’s ruling planet the sun. No matter how you chose to celebrate, may the Super Blood Wolf Moon help you usher in your most magical year yet.

Read more about magic and the stars on Allure:

What Your Zodiac Sign Says About Your Online Dating Style
What the Position of Venus in Your Birth Chart Means for You
A Beginner's Guide to Understanding Tarot Cards and Their Meanings


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Good night to go to Detroit and have some spare ribs or Minnesota for some foriegn cuisine...bon appetite..
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01-18-2019, 08:30 AM

It would be hard to top that full solar eclipse we had last year...I was right in the middle of the narrow belt for its full view....it was beyond cool. Maybe the moonbeams being eclipsed will make some more snowflakes start howling impeachment!


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01-18-2019, 11:38 AM

"Well, the night I was born....
Lord I swear the moon turned a fire red"


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Some crazy thoughts on eclipses and what they mean for him, from astrologers.

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Donald Trump’s presidency was written in the stars—at least that’s what astrologers are saying. He was born during a lunar eclipse, they point out, which makes him more susceptible to the power of eclipses. And if eclipses are monumental celestial events with real-world consequences, as astrologers believe, then the rare total solar eclipse happening in August could have major implications for Trump, especially given the growing drama around his administration. [...]

For modern-day practitioners of astrology, the eclipse continues to hold power. “What we’re talking about is the ability of the sun to be able to give light and life-generating heat, and all these things being momentarily taken away,” says Caves, the astrological consultant. “So there’s this symbolism that’s built in with eclipses about...things coming to a close, and in often a very dramatic fashion.”

The August eclipse is not only unique because of its rarity, astrologers claim, but also because the astrological activity associated with it happens to line up with that of the president. The eclipse is occurring in Leo, for instance, which is rising in Trump’s chart. The lion is the symbol for Leo, and thus the sign represents rulers and kings. “At the moment that he was born, certain degrees were activated. This eclipse is activating those same degrees,” Caves says about Trump. When other aspects of the eclipse are taken into account, he adds, “a lot of astrologers are expecting some kind of downfall, some kind of ruin, some kind of difficulty.” [...]

At least one president followed astrology, and Trump considers him an idol. Ronald Reagan is said to have scheduled important meetings, presidential debates, surgery, State of the Union addresses and his 1967 inauguration as governor of California based on astrological information. First lady Nancy Reagan was reportedly in regular contact with Joan Quigley, an astrologer who died in 2014 and who had written a memoir about her experience with the White House.

When an eclipse happens, astrologers have more information to analyze, resulting in predictions beyond those in an ordinary horoscope. “It goes back to: What is an eclipse?” DeLeo-Moolenaar says. “It’s basically, from an astrological standpoint, a big burst of energy. It’s like a scattering of a shotgun shell across the chart of a nation or an individual, giving energy and power into something that’s already in play.” At this moment, she says, the U.S. is in a dramatic period, and “then this eclipse comes along” that “can be expected to spark this frustration and quite possibly set it off.” As she explains it, the moon represents the common people, and the sun represents the leader. Then the moon blocks the sun and “the lights go out.” [...]

The effects of the coming eclipse could take time to show up, according to astrologers’ claims. Caves believes the impact will appear over the next two years because the eclipse will take around two hours to cross the continent (for a solar eclipse, astrologers interpret each hour as a year). The result could be “a loss of a leader in some sense,” he says, whether literal or symbolic. “It seems to me very possible that by this time next year, we’re looking at the reality of Trump not being in office.”

In February, DeLeo-Moolenaar wrote on her blog Archetypal Assets that she finds it significant how the eclipse will involve Uranus, according to astrological charts. That planet, she wrote, “disrupts everything that it touches. It is a lightning bolt from the blue. Serious change in any direction and on a major scale.” And because Uranus “will make close aspects to Mr. Trump’s natal Mars,” she wrote, “this will be a power surge—provoking a crisis of some sort. Whether for good or evil, we can’t know in advance.”

Marjorie Orr, another astrologer, pointed out last November, just four days after the election, that the August eclipse is part of what space scientists know as the Saros series, which has included eclipses in 1909, 1927, 1945, 1963, 1981 and 1999. Orr noted the major political events in those years: the impeachment of President Bill Clinton, the attempted assassination of President Ronald Reagan, the assassination of President John F. Kennedy, the atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, the death of President Franklin Delano Roosevelt, a period of unrest in Chicago that involved bombings and an attempted assassination of President William Taft. “Usually this series places strains on personal relationships, induces hasty decisions on the basis of false information and is associated with tiredness or health problems,” she wrote. “Certainly this eclipse presages violence in one form or another.”

The astrology blogger Eugene Johnson predicted in April: “This eclipse by itself does not suggest that the U.S. is in immediate peril for war, but it alerts us to be prepared for some kind of significant, perhaps shattering, event here in America.” Johnson noted that the chart for the eclipse will involve Jupiter, Uranus, Pluto and Neptune. “I can safely say that this eclipse series will mark important developments on the world stage because of the high preponderance of outer planets involved,” he added.

Caves has published perhaps the most thorough analysis. He wrote that the position of the eclipse in relation to the star Al Jabhah traditionally “brings loss and danger,” and that when it involves a military officer—or president—it suggests the possibility of mutiny by soldiers.
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Caves singled out certain dates that could prove significant: October 10, November 21, November 26 and December 17 through 19. It’s “possible that there will be a sudden health issue that lands on Trump’s shoulders, pulling him out of the Oval. It’s also quite reasonable to suspect ousting, either through official channels (i.e. impeachment) or a mutiny behind closed doors,” he wrote. “What we can say with reasonable assurance is that these charts, when properly considered, make it difficult to imagine Trump has smooth sailing ahead.” [...]




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