There are usually two months a year that have a Blue Moon, as a blue moon is the second full moon in a calendar month. The first full moon is visible the first of the month. The second full moon is expected at the end of that month. Blue-colored moons aren’t predictable.
There was a time, not long ago, when people saw blue moons almost every night. Full moons, half moons, crescent moons — they were all blue. The time was 1883, the year an Indonesian volcano named Krakatoa exploded. Plumes of ash rose to the very top of Earth’s atmosphere. And the moon turned blue. Today, what most call a Blue Moon isn’t blue in color, it is only blue in name.
As the moon gradually increases in light, towards the manifestation of the Blue Moon, our inner self shines brighter and brighter as we grow spiritually and acquire greater wisdom. The month of the Blue Moon gives us a double dose of insight, intuition and inspiration, which we should share with others that we interact with on a daily basis.
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