The super blood wolf moon, is actually a term for a type of total lunar eclipse. During the event the full moon does not disappear entirely and instead turns a rusty shade of red. This lunar eclipse happens to coincide with the wolf moon, the traditional name for the January full moon. What’s more, the moon on January 20 will be unusually close to Earth and so will be slightly bigger and brighter, making it a so-called supermoon.
The last total eclipse of the moon occurred on July 27, 2018, and was visible across Africa and parts of Asia. This year’s total eclipse will be the first to be seen in its entirety in North America in nearly three and half years. If you miss this one, you will have to wait until May 26, 2021, to get their next chance at viewing a blood moon.
The entire eclipse will last nearly 3.5 hours, starting with the partial eclipse phase, when Earth’s shadow takes its first bite out of the moon, at 10:34 p.m. ET (03:34 UT). The last hint of this shadow will leave the lunar disk at 1:51 ET (06:51 UT). Totality will last a full 63 minutes, with the maximum eclipse—when the moon is at its deepest, most dramatic coloration—occurring at 12:12 p.m. ET (05:12 UT).
This January’s supermen kicks off a triad of supermoons, with the other two happening February 19th and March 21.
It’s important to remember that this total lunar eclipse is connected with the one that took place on 11th August 2018. The eclipse in August was a partial solar eclipse in Leo that influences our creative side, and personal growth.
This Super Blood Wolf Moon eclipse will influence people to distance themselves from drama and let go of toxic behavior patterns to overcome any obstacle between them and their goals.
Expect to be emotional and have your insides shaken up, especially your inner world. Be inspired to find a new and improved emotional growth.
Breathing and relaxation exercised can help calm the effects of the lunar eclipses.