FIRST LUNAR ECLIPSE IN 2019

#lunareclipse #bloodwolfmoon #bloodmoon#eclipse #astronomy

Last night i notice the moon was different from normal moon, and i dont know that its a wolf moon.. and then wen i try to reserch about the wolf moon its much interesting than the normal full moon tho we always saw the full moon but some of them are normal and the wolf moon have some meaning.

WHAT IS BLOOD WOLF MOON

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A lunar eclipse occurs when the Moon passes into the shadow of the Earth, which causes the usually bright full Moon to turn a dark, coppery-red. Hence, this eclipsed Moon is being nicknamed the BLOOD MOON in the media. “‘Blood Moon’ is not a term used in astronomy. It’s more of a popular phrase, perhaps because it sounds so dramatic. It simply refers to a ‘total lunar eclipse.”

Last night, there’s set to be a rare “” from 9:36 p.m. EST to 3:30 a.m. EST. Despite the werewolf undertones of its name, a “super blood wolf moon” is not as spooky as it sounds. Really, a “super blood wolf moon” is just a LUNAR ECLIPSE that occurs on the first full moon of the year — but it’s still a powerful, TRANSFORMATIVE time.

The night of Jan. 21 is a big one for anyone who’s interested in the cycles of the moon. On that night, we’ll get a glimpse of the first full moon of the year, and it’s going to be a special one: it’s also a total lunar eclipse, making it a Super blood moon (meaning, the moon will appear to have a red tint due to the shadowing caused by the lunar eclipse). If the sky is clear, this exciting lunar event will be visible to everyone in the Northern, Central, and Southern Hemispheres, and it’s not something you want to miss out on. But whether you get a glimpse of this moon or not, one thing is for sure: it’s going to have some sort of effect on you, and it’s better if you know exactly what that is. The moon will affect some more than others.

ARE THEY RED?

The light coming through Earth is heavily filtered, with our atmosphere taking much of the brunt of filtering the light hitting the day side. When it gets to the thickest parts of the atmosphere, only the red band is “long” enough to make it through, with yellow and blue absorbing into the atmosphere. This effect gives the moon its reddish tint during an eclipse.

WHAT IS IMPORTANT FOR THAT?

Staring at the moon is not like staring at the sun.

“The moon is always safe to look at because, just like objects here on Earth, we see it because it reflects sunlight. During an eclipse, the moon is in Earth’s shadow, so there’s even less light coming from it. So, yes, it’s perfectly safe.”

THE ECLIPSE IS DIFFERENT FROM FULL MOON?

Not really, but that term, as metal as it sounds, comes from astrologers and conspiracy theorists. Everyone uses the term, but it doesn’t mean anything scientifically.

BIBLE MEANING,

Some Christian theorists have long associated Blood Moons with a bad omen and end of time prophecies found in the Bible’s Book of Joel and the Book of Revelations.

Joel 2:30-31 read: “The sun shall be turned into darkness, and the moon into blood, before the great and the terrible day of the LORD come.”

The Blood Moon is also featured in the Book of Revelations in passage 6:12, which states: “And I beheld when he had opened the sixth seal, and, lo, there was a great earthquake; and the sun became black as sackcloth of hair, and the moon became as blood.”

Full Moon Calendar 2019

Full Moon Date

Native American Name

Time of Full Moon

January 21st

Full Wolf Moon

12:16 am

February 19th

Full Snow Moon

10:54 am

March 20th

Full Worm Moon

9:43 pm

April 19th

Full Pink Moon

7:12 am

May 18th

Full Flower Moon

5:11 pm

June 17th

Full Strawberry Moon

4:31 am

July 16th

Full Buck Moon

5:38 pm

August 15th

Full Sturgeon Moon

8:29 am

September 14th

Full Harvest Moon

12:33 am

October 13th

Full Hunter’s Moon

5:08 pm

November 12th

Full Beaver Moon

8:34 am

December 12th

Full Cold Moon

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