What is a Lunar Eclipse?

When and how does a lunar eclipse occur? An eclipse of the moon can only happen at full moon, when the sun, Earth and moon line up in space, with Earth in the middle. At such times, Earth’s shadow falls on the moon, creating a lunar eclipse. When this happens – and it happens two to four times every year – everyone on Earth’s night side can see the eclipse. There are three kinds of lunar eclipses: total, partial and penumbral.  According to eclipse expert Fred Espenak, about 35% of…

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Full Moon – March 23, 2016

On March 23, 2016, we will experience a full moon and penumbral lunar eclipse. That sounds really interesting but scientifically speaking, this eclipse is not a full eclipse but a penumbral eclipse and is most common.   Magickally speaking, any lunar eclipse is about wholeness and completion. It’s a combination of the earth and the moon. Read More

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