Our big beautiful girl.
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Just a few days after the moon gets wet, this weekend she will actually go off.
Yes, yes, there will be a full moon on Halloween night. But this is no ordinary Halloween full moon day; It’s a very special Halloween full moon day. Seeing a full moon on Halloween is pretty rare – it happens only about once every 19 years, and normally, only certain time zones of the United States can see it at night. But what we’ll see on the 31st is even rarer: It’s a blue moon, which means the second full moon in a single month, and it will show up across America. The last time everyone in the country could look up into the sky on Halloween night and stand enchanted under the sparkling full moonlight was 1944. Truly, a lunar blessing.
Now perhaps you, like me, are wondering how this remarkable apparition might affect you, so clever. According to the expert opinion of astrologer Kirah Tabourn, who recently spoke to Cut about what the planets lined up for us before the election, this full moon – in Taurus – will is “weird” and can “rock things up in this way that you won’t see coming.”
For the full moon – Halloween combination, time will tell. You should definitely avoid large house parties for public health reasons. Also, just say, it’s hard to imagine a more dangerous combination than the full moon (overflowing emotions), costumes (by giving you relative anonymity, making you behave the worst and alcohol. I’ll be happy to wait until 2039, the next time we’re going to have a full moon on Halloween, to see what kind of toxic reactions make.