Super, Blood, Harvest Moon and Total Lunar Eclipse

This weekend we will see a rare combo: an eclipse which is both a Super and a Blood Moon. This makes this particular eclipse highly charged. As I mentioned in previous blogs, a Super Moon is when the moon is closer to the earth than usual. A Blood Moon can occur only during a Total Lunar Eclipse; as the earth moves between the Sun and the Moon the way light is refracted gives a reddish tinge to the Moon. And finally the Harvest Moon is the name farmers have always given to the September Full Moon because it is the time for harvest. Continue Reading →

Is Tuesday’s ‘Blood Moon’ Eclipse The End Of The World?

By Astrologer Constance Stellas (www.constancestellas.com) The so called Blood Moon…and sometimes, pink Moon is an astronomical phenomena that occurs rarely. In astronomy it means that with a total lunar eclipse, Continue Reading →