The fourth and final lunar eclipse in an ongoing tetrad – four lunar eclipses in a row – happens on September 27-28, 2015. Some will call it a Blood Moon.
A Rare Eclipse of a Supermoon
On September 28, 2015, a rare Total Lunar Eclipse of a Super Full Moon will be visible from most of North America, South America, Europe, West Asia and parts of Africa. Here are 11 facts you should know about this eclipse.
There are some Pagans who regard an eclipse to be magicakally significant and preform rituals during them to draw upon their power. Since ancient times, eclipses (both lunar and solar) have been regarded as a bringer of furies of Mother Nature. Medieval lore and many ancient grimoiries warn against the casting of spells or preforming magickal rites. But as the saying goes...to each their own. During this Blood Moon, with a smile, and feeling good, I am just going to say thank you for my blessings, and blow a kiss to the wondrous Super Moon.
As you sleep may love sprinkle down on your dreams :)