The second full moon this month makes it a blue moon. The fact that is occurs at a Lunar Eclipse makes it a blood moon because of the orange tinge since only the color red can seep through the Earth’s atmosphere. The moon on the night of Jan. 31 is, by a combination of low probabilities, exceedingly rare. Visible supermoons appear 14% bigger and 30% brighter than full moons that occur at the farthest point in the moon’s orbit.
The fact that this lunar phenomenon occurs in the sign of Leo makes it very clear that this moon will be a show stopper and will command attention all over the world. The moon says, “I’m ready for me close up, Mr. DeMille.”