Supermoon 2018: Breaking Down The Full Moon Trifecta

By January 12, 2018 Astrology

There is a very magical experience for us all coming soon. The trifecta concurrence is well on its way.

For those who do not know this is something that happens when a series of three cosmic events happen together. This being the full moon to come on the 31st of January. For those who do not know that specific full moon is going to be a blue moon, a blood moon, and a supermoon. No, I am not joking, this is something that has not happened in over 100 years.

Breaking Down the Trifecta:

Blue Moon

A blue moon is probably the easiest of these three to explain. It is simply what we call the second full moon of any given month. For instance, if there were more than one full moon in say, October the second full moon would be referred to as a blue moon. No, a blue moon is not actually blue for anyone who may be wondering.

Blood Moon

A blood moon is a term used to refer to a total lunar eclipse. This is because the fully eclipsed moon will, for the most part, appear reddish in color. While a lunar eclipse is not as intense as a solar eclipse it is much easier on the eyes. It happens when the Moon travels through the Earth’s umbra. That being said, the moon does not ever technically turn completely black during the ordeal.

Supermoon

A supermoon is something that happens when the full moon coincides with the moon’s closest approach to Earth in its orbit. Supermoons make the moon itself appear bigger and brighter even though it has not technically changed at all. The term supermoon is relatively new as it has only been used in the past 40 years.

You see, the super blue blood moon to come is going to be something quite interesting, to say the least. The energies this full moon will bring are going to be like nothing we have experienced before. I suggest taking the time to ensure your personal energies are protected and then sitting back to see the magic of this event. For more information on all of this please feel free to check out the video below. I am quite excited for this!

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