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Super Blood Moon Lunar Eclipse - January 21st 2019

This Super Blood Moon Lunar Eclipse is going a real & deep impact on all Divine partners and relationships, such as Soulmates, Twin Flames, Twin Souls, Karmic flames..etc...

Your senses will be elevated and heightened. You are most likely going to feel a sense of letting go and releasing. The gateway is opening for Love.

Super Blood Moon Lunar Eclipse 01.21.2019

The lunar eclipse can help Soulmates & Twin Flames to come into a Divine union as they reach a higher 5D level.

A few "Survival Tips" for you:

  • Avoiding investigating your boyfriend/girlfriend on social media. It may be very tempting but there will be heightened energy with emotions. You might find things that may not seem to be but what shows on the surface and create emotional uproar for nothing

  • Avoid overreacting during the blood moon. Things may be going in many different directions with your love life and love relationships and with family members as well. You could feel like in an emotional roller coaster with the volcano ready to erupt

  • Eclipses are extremely emotional and supercharged! This full blood wolf moon eclipse is intense and may increase your sensitivity that will bring up heated emotions

  • Old wounds may resurface and you may have to dig deeper to find answers


The Full Moon in January 2019 falls on January 20–21. Traditionally, this month’s Moon is called the “Wolf Moon.” This year 2019 brings a total lunar eclipse on Sunday evening.

Get ready for an epic moon event this month. Overnight from Sunday, Jan. 20, 2019, into Monday, Jan. 21, millions of people in North and South America will have a prime view of a total lunar eclipse. During a special nocturnal hour, the full moon will become fully tinted with the red-orange color of sunset.

The Jan. 21 total lunar eclipse will be the last one until May 2021, and the last one visible from the United States until 2022; the most recent total lunar eclipse previous to this one appeared in July 2018.

Firstly, January’s full moon is called the Full Wolf Moon because it was during this time of year that hungry wolves would howl outside Native American villages. Winter has officially set in and wildlife is relying on survival instinct to make it through the yearly cold snap.

Traditionally, the January Moon is also known as the Old Moon. To some Native American tribes, this was the Snow Moon, but most applied that name to the next Full Moon, in February.

Super moons occur when the moon is simultaneously at its peak fullness (or newness) and at perigee—the point closest to Earth within its orbit. This phenomenon causes the full moon to appear larger and brighter in the night sky.

It’s sometimes hard to tell the difference between regular full moons and Super Moons with the naked eye. However, this Super Blood Wolf Moon will be a bit brighter and bigger than your average full moon.

And finally, the upcoming full moon is also considered a “Blood Moon” because a total lunar eclipse will be visible from North, Central, and South America and Western Europe. Those of us in this part of the world will watch the moon turn a bloody, rusty red color as the sun, Earth, and moon align and the moon enters Earth’s shadow.

This eclipse will begin at 10:33 p.m. EST on January 20th, reaching totality (when the moon is completely shadowed by Earth) at 11:41 p.m. EST. by 12:44 p.m. EST, the moon will return to its normal hue.

Total lunar eclipses happen every one to three years. Some conspiracy theorists and religion buffs claim Blood Moons can trigger natural disasters, like volcanic eruptions and earthquakes, but studies have actually found that the full and new moon do affect Earth’s tides, and therefore may have some pull on volcanic activity. In fact, around the time of last January’s Super Blood Blue Moon, the Philippines’ Mayon Volcano erupted. However, there’s not enough solid data to support the theory that Blood Moons and natural disasters go hand-in-hand.


A bright first Moon promises rain and a bountiful harvest; a red-tinted Moon means a dry year.

A growing Moon and a flowing tide are lucky times to marry.

A halo around the Moon predicts wet or stormy weather.

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