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What Exactly is a Black Moon and Can you Manifest with it?

What Is A Black Moon?

A Black Moon can be described as the opposite of a Blue Moon. A Blue Moon is the second full moon in any given month, whereas a Black Moon is the second new moon in any given month. Both are rare occurrences and can have an impact on the human psyche just like any other lunar phenomenon. A Black Moon occurs every 2-3 years while a Blue Moon occurs every 2-3 years as well. In 2017, we were been blessed with both of these rare astronomical events occurring within the same year! This Year we get the Black Moon!!

What is an Eclipse?

An eclipse is a natural phenomenon that occurs when one object, usually a planet or moon, passes directly in front of another object. Most often, an eclipse happens with respect to planets orbiting around a star. As viewed from Earth, an eclipse can be partial or total. There are also instances where one object blocks out light coming from another. This is called an occultation.

Eclipses can also occur within a single body, as is commonly observed with Jupiter's moons Io and Europa. In such instances, we simply call them occultations. The coming solar eclipse will actually be a lunar eclipse; it's just that since Earth is blocking out sunlight from reaching it, we'll see it as an object in front of Earth rather than an object within our own planet.

An eclipse occurs when one object (usually a planet or moon) passes directly in front of another object.

How Many Eclipses Are There In A Year?

The number of eclipses in a year varies because not every year has a total eclipse, and not every month has an eclipse. The most eclipses that happen in one year is four, and that happens roughly once every 11 years. There will never be more than five solar eclipses per calendar year. There can be no fewer than two solar eclipses per calendar year, or about every 18 months. In any given year, there are at least two lunar eclipses. However, it’s possible to have as many as five lunar eclipses if they all occur at different times during the year. For example, three separate lunar eclipses happened in January 2018: January 1st (partial), January 31st (total), and February 28th (partial). In 2019 there are at least three total lunar eclipses: April 26th, July 27th, and September 28th. These numbers change slightly from year to year due to changes in Earth’s orbit around the sun. This orbit is called an ecliptic plane, which means sun-aligned path.

Manifesting During the Black Moon

The Black Moon is a powerful time for manifesting, as the energy of the Moon increases. While manifesting at any time during the month can be successful, now more than ever is the time to go for it and take hold of what you desire. If you haven’t already, think about what your most pressing goal or need right now is. It could be anything from getting a new job to finding love. It doesn’t matter if it seems big or small; just write down whatever comes to mind. Now, take out a sheet of paper and write down one thing that would help you achieve that goal. This should be something tangible—not I want to find love but rather I want to find someone who shares my interests. Once you have that written down, place it somewhere where you will see it often—on your desk at work or in your wallet are both good options.

Why is this considered a magical moon?

The Black Moon is a rare phenomenon, it’s called by different names by different cultures, including the old moon in the new moon’s arms and the hidden moon. The name of a black moon relates to its rarity and lack of visibility, rather than its appearance. Also called an Old Moon in New Moon’s Arms (OMNI), astronomers call it a Total Lunar Eclipse or Supermoon. But whatever you call it, there are several things that make these types of moons so special and magical. Black Moons are relatively uncommon because they require specific circumstances to occur. First, both a full moon and a new moon must take place during one month. Second, those two lunar events must also fall on opposite sides of the Earth from each other—meaning if one full moon occurs at night in North America, then another will be happening during daylight hours in Asia. Third, a total lunar eclipse has to happen while both of these moons are visible from Earth.

Top 5 Eclipse Myths

Every time there’s a solar or lunar eclipse, you can count on hearing misinformation about what’s happening. Do you know if your favorite eclipse myth is true? Here are five myths that may surprise you 1. Solar eclipses occur only at new moon. Solar eclipses happen at both new and full moons—you just need to be in the right place to see them! During a total solar eclipse, it looks like night because of how much light from our sun gets blocked by Earth as it passes between us and our star. 2. The moon always turns red during a total lunar eclipse. This isn’t always true: It depends on atmospheric conditions around Earth and its atmosphere during an eclipse. 3. Lunar eclipses always happen near Halloween. Lunar eclipses can occur at any point during a month—there’s no seasonal pattern associated with them! 4. Total solar eclipses are rarer than partial ones. Partial solar eclipses happen more often than total ones, but they don’t get nearly as much attention (and they’re still pretty cool). 5. You shouldn’t look directly at a solar eclipse without special glasses. It’s not safe to look directly at an eclipse without proper eye protection—but you don’t have to buy special glasses for viewing one!

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