Re: Blood Red Moon; poetry in forward motion
- Hi all, is 'bringing poetry and dreams to life' something that
could have been started in one of the eclipse cycles?
Eclipses have a history; a starting and an ending.
In 1988 a number of books relating to Australian history were published.
Books, ideas, birdwatching were in my life at the time.
One day maybe I will be a writer too.. some editors said they would
miss my poetry, wit and icecream.
The La Mama Poetica anthology was a vibrant lime green colour,
published about that time.
Some boycotted the launch of titles because the originally-intended
guest was unable to show up.
--- In WitchesWorkshop@yahoogroups.com, "Sandra" <astrojazz@...> wrote:
> Hi Kylie,
> Tonight's 'blood red moon' as you call it, is only that due to the
> forthcoming eclipse. The moon will turn reddish because of the natural
> phenomena of a lunar eclipse; the solar light will be blocked for
> awhile and most likely the dirt in the atmosphere will cause the moon
> to look red. Therefore, the comment 'blood on the moon' and the
> consequent fear.
> Tonights' full moon is in the sign of Pisces and if you look back 19
> years ago, or August 27, 1988 you will find there was a lunar eclipse
> at that time close to the same degree in Pisces. So, the question is,
> what were you doing 19 years ago? And what significance does it have
> for you now? Eclipses have a history; a starting and an ending. This
> particular lunar eclipse goes back to the 15th century.
> Well, I can only answer for myself. Pisces rules the feet and lately I
> seem to be having all kinds of problems with my feet. Added to that is
> the discovery of an old pair of orthotics I had made for me a long time
> ago. It wasn't until I sat down and worked it out, it was, you guessed
> it, 19 years ago! Today, I've been walking around on those old
> orthotics in a brand new pair of shoes, wondering about the
> significance of tonights' eclipse. So, I guess you could say that
> something of significance 19 years ago has now proved its worth to me.
> Given that Pisces rules the feet does it not seem rather significant
> that I found those orthotics on the same day as the eclipse in Pisces?
> It does to me; but then, I am an astrologer and I guess I notice these
> Sandra Lacey
> --- In WitchesWorkshop@yahoogroups.com, "Kylie" <kjlbushchook@>
> > Hello,
> > Can someone please explain the significance of tonight's blood red
> > moon? I feel it is about great change.
> > Blessed be,
> > Kylie.