Blue Moon October 31

Posted: October 28, 2020 in Moon
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October 2020 we will have two full moons. The first was October 1st and the 2nd will be October 31. The second full moon in a month is also called a “Blue Moon”. The phrase ‘once in a blue moon’ means it doesn’t happen very often. In 2020 there is a total of 13 full moons and 2 Super Moons (March 9 and April 7). The October 31st ‘blue moon’ will not be a super moon.

This year the last day of Daylight Saving Time will end. November 1st our clocks ‘fall back’ and we gain an extra hour of sleep.

This full moon is called ‘Hunter’s Moon’ by the Northern Indian Tribes because this will be enough light to hunt at night and prepare for the long winter. October 1st full moon was referred to as ‘Harvest Moon.’

This is also Halloween. The last time there was a full moon in every time zone on Halloween was 1944, so this does not happen very often. We are in a time in history where there is much witchcraft and this will increase their activity since they also believe in Horoscope. Since President Trump has come into office there has been organized witchcraft on this date to take him out of office. They do not understand that they are fighting against God and it will not work!

While we watch the ‘Blue Moon’ on the evening of October 31st, Israel will be on Cheshvan 14 on the Hebraic calendar. I like to look to what happened in history on that day. For that information I go to AISH.com/dijh. This is what they had for that day. “In 1917, the British government gave final approval for the Balfour Declaration, calling for the establishment of a Jewish homeland in historic Israel. The declaration took the form of a letter from Arthur Balfour, British Foreign Secretary, to Lord Rothschild, who had once been a member of the British Parliament. In 1922, the United States Congress formally endorsed the Balfour Declaration. In the ensuing decades, the British would slowly whittle away at their commitment — first lopping off 80 percent of the land east of the Jordan River to create the Kingdom of Transjordan (now Jordan), and then restricting Jewish immigration and rights to purchase land to the west of the Jordan River. The volatility of the situation ultimately forced the British to withdraw from the region in 1948.”

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