Reposted from: Mahalas Astrology | by Mahala
October will be quite a month with two eclipses; one a blood red lunar eclipse on October 8, 2014 and the other one a solar eclipse on October 23, 2014. And Mercury will be retrograde almost all month. That will be quite a combination. The full moon on October 8th will be at 3:51 AM PDT. Those who are living on the West Coast will be able to see the eclipse if they choose to get up around 3:30 AM, or sooner. Because the moon will be conjunct Uranus at the time of the eclipse, this is considered an Occultation by the moon. This eclipse will be seen as a very large moon and very powerful because of the Uranus conjunction. Uranus rules light, lightning, and high technology.
Last year on April 15 there was the first blood red moon of the series…
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