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Super Blood Wolf Moon

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On January 20th, about a month after the winter solstice and the longest night of the year, an extraordinary event graced the sky: the super blood wolf moon. The super part means that it is a full moon and appears even bigger from the earth’s perspective. The blood part refers to the reddish tint the moon had, and the wolf part is a title that the Native Americans used to tell the passing of the seasons. Although it took a few hours to become a full eclipse, it was a breathtaking sight even for a moment. From the spiritual perspective, the eclipse is a time of release and transformation, mystery and change. It can mean something different to every person. The next eclipse like won’t happen until 2021.

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