Rare Lunar Eclipse During Pisces: Prepare For a Huge Energy Shift On The Night of September 16, 2016


This is a great read and explains so much of why we are feeling torn in so many directions and in so many ways. 

Brightest Blessings Sisters and Brothers,

SunRay Sorceress

The 2016 Harvest Moon eclipse will be the last one for 8 years — here’s how to see it

There’s only one more eclipse left in 2016. Fortunately, it’s going to be awesome. The Sept. 16 lunar eclipse coincides with a Harvest Moon, meaning you’ll see a giant, orange moon overtaken by the shadow of the Earth. And if you miss it, bad news — it’s the last of its kind until 2024.

Here’s how and when to watch this year’s Harvest Moon penumbral eclipse:

The best-possible view of the eclipse, when it’s at its “deepest and darkest,” is at 2:54 p.m. eastern time, according to National Geographic — but only if you live in Europe, Africa, Asia or Australia. If you don’t live in any of those places, don’t worry — the Slooh observatory launches its Harvest Moon penumbral lunar eclipse live stream on Friday, September 16, at 12:45pm eastern time.

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