A Full Moon on Halloween is a rare occasion, occurring only once every 19 years on average. The fact it is a Full Moon on Halloween as well as the second Full Moon of the month – known as a Blue Moon – makes this coming pagan holiday extra special.
What does a Blue Hunters Moon on Halloween mean for you?
As the name suggests, a Hunters Moon gets its name from the Native American people who would use the Moon to go and hunt and stock up in preparation for the impending winter.
While most of us do not hunt for our food anymore, spiritually speaking, the Hunters Moon encourages you to go seek out your dreams.
Now is the time to set sights on your goals and pursue them relentlessly.
After dwelling over the past month about what it is you want, make sure you use this time to go out and get it.
Satin Crystals said: “As times have changed, most of us are no longer hunters of our meat. Many people don’t even eat meat.
“Yet, everyone can still enjoy the modern benefits of the Hunter Moon vibrations.
“Spiritually, the Hunter Moon is about capturing your dreams.
“October of 2020 is a month in which you need to get up, get going, and grab your goals full force.
“It is not about planning, gathering, reflecting. You’ve already had time to do that in previous months, and now you are in full Hunter mode.
“If for any reason you forgot to aim target at your goals, do it now so you will be ready to charge like a bull through October.
“October of 2020 is going to be a physical month. You have had time to mentally strategist how you will manifest your goals, and now you are taking the steps to make them a reality.”
Despite what the name suggests, the Blue Moon will not actually be blue.
The lunar satellite will remain white, but gets its name because it is the second full Moon of the month, with the Harvest Moon having risen on October 1.
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According to NASA, the term Blue Moon has volcanic roots.
The space agency said: “The term Blue Moon is believed to have originated in 1883 after the eruption of Krakatoa.
“The volcano put so much dust in the atmosphere that the Moon actually looked blue in colour.
“This was so unusual that the term ‘once in a Blue Moon’ was coined.”
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