April 15, 2014 - Full Moon Lunar Eclipse 25° Libra
April 28-29, 2014 - New Moon Solar Eclipse 8° Taurus
October 8 - Full Moon Lunar Eclipse 15° Aries
October 23 - New Moon Solar Eclipse 0° Scorpio
The April 15, 2014 Full Moon Lunar Eclipse is the start of a cycle. It will create a lot of energy on the planet but that does not mean the program is going to end. Though the clock is ticking .. there is still time left. For those who foresee a disastrous ending as events on the planet grow worse, closure will come out of the blue ... not in a particular astrological alignment. Just pay attention, follow your intuition and you will know.
Four Blood Moons: Total Lunar Eclipse Series Not a Sign of Apocalypse Space.com - April 11, 2014
The total lunar eclipse of April 15 will begin a so-called tetrad series of eclipses that is making the rounds online as a potential harbinger of doom, due in part to a recent book on the four blood moons that makes the dubious claim. Astronomers rarely if ever use the term blood moon. When they do, they are usually using it as an alternate name for the Hunter's Moon, the full moon that follows the Harvest Moon, usually in late October. The Hunter's Moon, like the Harvest Moon, rises slowly on autumn evenings so that it shines through a thick layer of the Earth's atmosphere, and is colored red by Rayleigh scattering and air pollution.
Total Lunar Eclipse Will Darken the Moon Next Week Space.com - April 8, 2014
Stargazers and lunar fans in the Western Hemisphere will have ringside seats for a total eclipse of the moon during the overnight hours of April 14 and 15. This spectacle of celestial shadows will be the first of two total lunar eclipses in 2014 that will be visible from North America. Unlike an eclipse of the sun, an eclipse of the moon presents no hazards to the viewer. No precautions to protect the eyes are needed. For the Western Hemisphere, the eclipse will "officially" begin on April 15 at 12:53 a.m. EDT (0435 GMT), when the moon begins to enter Earth's outer, or penumbral shadow. But even in clear weather, skywatchers will not notice any changes in the moon's appearance until about 50 minutes later, when a slight "smudge" or shading starts becoming evident on the left portion of the moonÕs disk.
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