2-for-1: Total lunar eclipse comes with supermoon bonus

January 20, 2019
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CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. (AP) — The only total lunar eclipse this year and next came with a supermoon bonus.

On Sunday night, the moon, Earth and sun lined up to create the eclipse, which was visible throughout North and South America, where skies were clear. There won’t be another until the year 2021.

It was also the year’s first supermoon, when a full moon appears a little bigger and brighter thanks to its slightly closer position.

The entire eclipse took more than three hours. Totality — when the moon’s completely bathed in Earth’s shadow — lasted an hour. During a total lunar eclipse, the eclipsed, or blood, moon turns red from sunlight scattering off Earth’s atmosphere.

Besides the Americas, the entire lunar extravaganza could be observed, weather permitting, all the way across the Atlantic to parts of Europe. (Click to Source)

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Friday’s total lunar eclipse will be longest blood moon visible this century, until 2123

By Brian Lada, AccuWeather meteorologist and staff writer

July 25, 2018, 11:50:50 AM EDT

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The full moon will turn blood red on July 27 as the longest total lunar eclipse of the century takes place in the skies from Australia through Africa.

A total lunar eclipse occurs when the moon passes through the Earth’s innermost shadow. When this happens, the moon turns rusty orange or deep red in color and is how it earned the nickname of a blood moon eclipse.

The red moon will pair well with Mars, which reaches opposition just before the eclipse and will also appear orange or red in color.

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Unlike a solar eclipse, no special equipment or glasses are needed to view a total lunar eclipse, although onlookers will require cloud-free weather.

Friday’s lunar eclipse will be particularly special as it is the longest total lunar eclipse of the 21st century.

The total phase of the eclipse will last for an impressive 1 hour and 43 minutes, while the entire eclipse, including the partial phases, will last for over 6 hours.

One reason why this eclipse is lasting so long is because it is occurring when the moon is near apogee, or the point in its orbit when it is farthest away from the Earth, making it appear smaller than normal.

This is sometimes referred to as a ‘micromoon,’ and is the opposite of the well-known supermoon, or perigee (when the moon is at its closest to Earth).

Another factor that is playing a role in the eclipse’s duration is the path that the moon is taking through the Earth’s shadow. During Friday’s eclipse, the moon will be passing almost directly through the middle of the shadow, maximizing the time that moon spends in darkness.

The next time there is a total lunar eclipse this long will not be until June 9, 2123.

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This animation shows how the moon will pass through the Earth’s shadow during the total lunar eclipse on July 27. (GIF/Tomruen)
For those in North America, the century’s longer lunar eclipse will not be visible as it will take place during the day on Friday.

However, those living in many other areas of the world will be able to witness the celestial spectacle.

“On July 27th, a total lunar eclipse will be visible in Australia, Asia, Africa, Europe and South America,” NASA said.

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The time that the blood moon is visible depends on what area of the world onlookers are viewing the event from.

For those in Australia, New Zealand and eastern Asia, the height of the eclipse will be visible before the moon sets early in the morning on July 28.

Meanwhile, those in far eastern South America and far western Europe, the total eclipse will be visible as the moon rises on Friday night.

The balance of Asia and Europe, as well as Africa and Antarctica, will be able to see the entirety of the eclipse.

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A rare celestial occurrence as a ‘super blue blood moon’ is seen at Santa Monica Beach in Santa Monica, Calf., Wednesday, Jan. 31, 2018. The moon is putting on a rare cosmic show. It’s the first time in 35 years a blue moon has synced up with a supermoon and a total lunar eclipse. NASA is calling it a lunar trifecta: the first super blue blood moon since 1982. That combination won’t happen again until 2037. (AP Photo/Ringo H.W. Chiu)
People in areas experiencing the total eclipse may also want to spend a few moments looking at other parts of the sky for some shooting stars.

The Delta Aquariids meteor shower peaks on July 30, but the light pollution from the moon will make it difficult to see many of the dimmer meteors on the night that the shower reaches its peak.

However, the drop in natural light pollution during the total lunar eclipse will allow people to see more of the dimmer meteors.

This meteor shower favors the Southern Hemisphere with up to 15-20 meteors an hour, but people in the Northern Hemisphere may still be able to spot a few shooting stars around the shower’s peak.

People in North America and South America will want to mark their calendars for the next total lunar eclipse, which falls on Jan. 21, 2019.

Unlike this week’s eclipse, the entirety of January’s blood moon eclipse will be visible across both continents. Some areas in Europe and Africa will also be able to view this eclipse, weather permitting.

There will also be a partial lunar eclipse on July 16, 2019, the 50th anniversary of the launch of Apollo 11, the mission that sent the first humans to the moon. (Click to Source)

 

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Eclipse 2018: Today’s blood moon to trigger SATANIC SEX RITUALS of human/animal sacrifice

TONIGHT’S super blood blue moon will be accompanied by a massive rise in SATANIC RITUALS with Satanists promising human and animal sacrifice and bizarre acts of sexual promiscuity.

The end of January and beginning of February is already an important time in the calendar for Satanists – but tonight’s once-in-a-lifetime conjunction of a blue moon, blood moon and lunar eclipse has sent some Devil-worshippers into a frenzy.

Across Britain and the world Satanic covens are expected to convene ‘workings’ where Lucifer will be summoned. Some online forums are even suggesting human and animal sacrifice will play a part.

During a recent full moon Satanic ritual one of the famous Dartmoor ponies was found in a circle of fire with its tongue, eyes and genitals mutilated and belly slit from end to end. The mutilations had been conducted while the pony was alive.

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At the time Karla McKechnie, Dartmoor’s Livestock Protection Officer, said she feared devil worshippers were behind the slaughter and said: “We do get strange things happening from time to time, normally when it’s a full moon.

“I suspect its witches or devil worshippers.

“My main concern is how someone has been able to walk up to a foal and kill it in the middle of the night. I’m almost certain more than one person was involved.”

Jenny Thornton, of the South West Equine Protection, said Dartmoor ponies were easy targets for Satanists because they are used to being fed by humans.

She added: “I’ve seen plenty of dead animals but this was horrendous. The belly has been sliced open. It’s a boy and its genitals had been cut off.

“The tongue had been pulled out and his eyes are missing. There have always been rumours of animal sacrifices and sheep have been found dead in the past, often around the time of a full moon.”

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According to Satanist site The Open Scroll the days surrounding the current super blood blue moon include the following important dates in the Satanic calendar:

Jan 29 – St. Agnes Eve which is prime time for the casting of spells

Feb 2 – Candlemas (Sabbat Festival) which celebrates blood, animal and human sacrifice

Feb 2 – The Satanic Revels, which celebrates Satanic sexual rituals

Satanists were also openly celebrating the super moon and the possibilities for Satanic worship.

One leading online devil worship site said:  “There is more magical energy during a full moon and a new moon than there is at other time and this does benefit by increasing the energy force available.

“However, Satan nor Demons are bound to “full moon arrivals” and are free to manifest as they desire.

“When you call a demon, it does not matter what phase the moon is in at that time. If you are sincere in your intention and approach, you will get results; I have witnessed it countless times.

“The calling of the blessed guest from Hell should always be the first order of business when conducting a working.

“You need to establish the connection early so you can communicate your will and desires to your “guests”.

“As the energy is heightened, the being will connect with you and the ritual performed. When the events unfold, some new practitioners will become frightened; it is natural, after all what they are witnessing for the first time is in direct conflict with their physical world. Even the new initiates who are excited about experiencing these manifestations will be taken aback when the event actually takes place. No amount of mental preparation will be adequate.”

And in Guidelines for Satanic rituals another wrote:

“Ideally, the coven should meet during the cycle of the full moon [Esbat].

“The reason for this is that during the full Moon, astral energies are more favorable for success in workings.

“The Moon rules the female side of the soul, which provides the energy necessary to any working.

“The full Moon amplifies this. Regular monthly meetings should take place with a special rite said unto Lucifer.”

Satanism is an umbrella term for religious beliefs that consider Satan as an objectively existing supernatural being or force worthy of supplication, with whom individuals may contact and convene.

Most actual theistic Satanist religions exist in relatively new models and ideologies, many of which claim to be independent of the Abrahamic religions.

The term covers a huge and fractured group which includes those who chose to live out the clichéd and ritualistic version of devil worshipping to those who simply believe Satanism encourages freedom of thought. (Click to Source)

Christian Researcher Claims Coming Super Blue Moon is Sign of the End

Eclipse 2018: End of world fears over ‘OMINOUS’ blue moon

THE super blue blood moon is an “ominous” sign from God that will mark the beginning of the end, according to Christian researcher David Meade.

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On January 31, the stunning sight will illuminate the night sky. And on the same same day, the European Union, plus, Norway will gather in Brussels for an urgent meeting on the ongoing situation between Israel and Palestine.

Describing the summit, the EU said: “There is an urgent need to bring all parties together to discuss measures to speed up efforts that can underpin a negotiated two-state solution.”

And conspiracy theorists are now linking the two. They believe the moon is an angry message from God who is showing his wrath over the interference on the Holy Land.

Mr Meade said: “The European Union and Norway have announced an ‘extraordinary session’ to be convened at the end of this January. The purpose: an attempt to force a ‘two-state solution’ on Israel.

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“The day of this event is January 31, 2018. This is the day of the Super Blue Blood Moon and thus a HUGE time marker as to where we are.

“Now only God knows the end from the beginning. But Almighty God would not have placed such a super blue blood moon on such a day as this purely as a coincidence.”

Mr Meade, who also famously predicted the end of the world with the arrival of the mythical planet Nibiru, added in the post on the Planet X News website: “As further warning, we were placed on a very high alert as there were two super moons prior to this one, forming a trio.

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“This is a major warning sign.”

Despite the name, a blue moon is actually white, but it is a total eclipse that involves the second full moon in a month.

The first full moon took place in the first few days of 2018, which was also the biggest supermoon of the year.

So rare is a blue moon that the phenomenon has not occurred for more than 150 years since 1866.

The moon will also take on an red eerie glow because it coincides with a total lunar eclipse across America.

During a total lunar eclipse, the moon is sometimes known as a Blood Moon because of the way the atmosphere bends the light.

Both combined make it a super blue blood moon. (Click to Source)