Saturday, June 22, 2013

Spirit Moon of a Full Moon a Super Moon

Super Moon June, 22, 23-2013

An early list of "Indian month names" was published in 1918 by Daniel Carter Beard in his The American Boy's Book of Signs, Beard's "Indian" month names and from the Farmers' Almanac were:

January: "Wolf Moon" (this is the name of December in Beard's 1918 Book) also "Old Moon"

February: "Snow Moon", also "Hunger Moon"

March: "Worm Moon", "Crow Moon", "Sap Moon", "Lenten Moon"

April: "Seed Moon", "Pink Moon", "Sprouting Grass Moon", "Egg Moon" (c.f. "Goose-Egg" in Beard 1918), "Fish Moon"

May: "Milk Moon", "Flower Moon", "Corn Planting Moon"

June: "Mead Moon", "Strawberry Moon" (c.f. Beard 1918), "Rose Moon", "Thunder Moon"

July: "Hay Moon", "Buck Moon"

August: "Corn Moon", "Sturgeon Moon", "Red Moon", "Green Corn Moon",
"Grain Moon"

September: "Harvest Moon", "Full Corn Moon"

October: "Hunter's Moon", "Blood Moon"/"Sanguine Moon"

November: "Beaver Moon", "Frosty Moon"

December: "Oak Moon", "Cold Moon", "Long Nights Moon"

Enjoy this months Full Moon as it brightens your night and lifts your spirit as it rises 30,000 miles closer, a Super Moon.

Video uploaded by U Tube user MB Productions

Blood Moon a Hunters Moon

Photo by Daniel Ochoa De Olza AP

This was the first of four Lunar Eclipse starting in 2014. The four blood moon tetrad, falling on the same Hebrew holy days, is set to occur starting April 2014 – only the fourth time in the last 500 years.
Third Rock Radio

The dates are:

April 15, 2014 – Passover
October 8, 2014 – Feast of Tabernacles
April 4, 2015 – Passover
September 28, 2015 – Feast of Tabernacles

The video here is a time lapse of the first total lunar eclipse on April 15, 2014. The clip was produced by NASA and aired on RT with Griffith ObservatoryStreamed on Third Rock Radio, a radio station with new Rock discovery and what's happening at NASA.   "Now that's a cool combo." 

NASA Eclipse 



Blood Moon 4K 

A timelapse of the April 14-15, 2014 Lunar Eclipse. Shot in 5K on the Canon 1-DC with the Canon EF 800mm 5.6 mounted on a motorized 2 axis equatorial telescope system. 


Super Moon Nov 2016 

This was a live feed. 

SpaceImaging Keith


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