March 31 is the last blue moon until Halloween 2020—so look up!

“Blue Moon, I saw you standing alone, without a dream in my heart, without a love of my own. ” — Elvis Presley

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Current Events:  CLook Up at the Super Blue Blood Full Moon Jan. 31 – Here’s What You’ll See and Why

During the early hours of January 31, there will be a full moon, a total lunar eclipse, a blue moon and a supermoon – all at the same time. None of these things is really all that unusual by itself. What is rare is that they’re happening all together on one day.  […]

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Rare Lunar Occultation of three planets

Astronomy and Astrology and Doctoring were once all the same job description.

Its very rare to get a three planet occultation plus a First Magnitude Star in 24 hours.

An occultation sound witchy and mystic but it is an Astronomical term for when one celestial body blocks another one in the sky.   The Moon will be passing in front of Venus, then the first-magnitude star Regulus, then Mars, and finally Mercury. 

The last time there was a lunar occultation of three planets within 24 hours was March 5 2008 with Mercury Venus ans Neptune and it won;t happen again until 2036 with three planets. That’s 19 years from now and coincidentally fits in with the eclipse/metonic cycle of the Sun.

Stay up late and watch if you can this rare lunar occultation of VENUS @ 1 a.m. UTC then FIXED STAR REGULUS  @ 5: am UTC then Mars @ 8:00 pm UTC…

Tara Greene,Tarot Reader, Astrology, Psychic

Astronomy and Astrology and Doctoring were once all the same job description.

Its very rare to get a three planet occultation plus a First Magnitude Star in 24 hours.

An occultation sound witchy and mystic but it is an Astronomical term for when one celestial body blocks another one in the sky.   The Moon will be passing in front of Venus, then the first-magnitude star Regulus, then Mars, and finally Mercury. 

The last time there was a lunar occultation of three planets within 24 hours was March 5 2008 with Mercury Venus ans Neptune and it won;t happen again until 2036 with three planets. That’s 19 years from now and coincidentally fits in with the eclipse/metonic cycle of the Sun.

Stay up late and watch if you can this rare lunar occultation of VENUS @ 1 a.m. UTC then FIXED STAR REGULUS  @ 5: am UTC then Mars @ 8:00 pm UTC…

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