Look what this powerful Full Moon in Taurus has brought amidst the chaos and protests in the US since Donald Trump was elected President on Wednesday 11/9 or 9/11. Sunday we find this story ... New Zealand: Powerful 7.8-magnitude quake rocks South Island. Does anybody doubt these are end times? I am always happy that readers of this blog are savvy to the patterns of the hologram and prepare for what's coming. On the matter of Earth Changes ... keep watching Oklahoma as the North American Plate is splitting. Be prepared ... car filled with gas, provisions, medical supplies, cash at home, etc. Sorry Donald (Trump) ... you can't prevent ... stop ... or change any of what's coming ... Now that's the real scary stuff.
From Spaceweather.com .... On Monday, Nov. 14th, there's going to be the biggest and brightest Full Moon in almost 70 years. The best time to look in North America is before sunrise on Monday morning, while in Europe the best time is after sunset on the same day. The last time we had such a close full Moon was January 26, 1948. It won't happen again until November 25, 2034.
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The actually color of the moon was orange meaning ...
the day would be sunny and clear ... as the sun rose on a picture perfect Autumn day.
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Soyuz vs SupermoonAPOD - November 17, 2016
Faster than a speeding bullet, more powerful than a locomotive, and able to leap tall buildings in a single bound, this Soyuz rocket stands on the launch pad at Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan on November 14. Beyond it rises a supermoon, but fame for exceptional feats of speed, strength, and agility is not the reason November's Full Moon was given this popular name. Instead, whenever a Full Moon shines near perigee, the closest point in its elliptical orbit around Earth, it appears larger and brighter than other more distant Full Moons, and so a supermoon is born. In fact, November's supermoon was the second of three consecutive supermoons in 2016. It was also the closest and most superest Full Moon since 1948. Meanwhile, the mild mannered Soyuz rocket is scheduled to launch its Expedition 50/51 crew to the International Space Station today, November 17.
Philadelphia Perigee Full MoonAPOD - November 18, 2016
A supermoon sets over the metropolis of Philadelphia in this twilight snapshot captured on November 14 at 6:21am Eastern Standard Time. Within hours of the Moon's exact full phase, that time does correspond to a lunar perigee or the closest point in the Moon's elliptical orbit around our fair planet. Slightly bigger and brighter at perigee, this Full Moon is still flattened and distorted in appearance by refraction in atmospheric layers along the sight-line near the horizon. Also like more ordinary Full Moons, it shines with the warm color of sunlight. Joined by buildings along the Philadelphia skyline, the perigee full moonlight is reflected in the waters of the mighty Schuylkill River.
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