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Tonight the Super Moon of Blood of Wolf arrives. See what you should do

Tonight the Super Moon of Blood of Wolf arrives. See what you should do

The moon, Earth, and sun will line up this weekend for the only total lunar eclipse this year and next. At the same time, the moon will be closer and closer to Earth and it will look a little bigger and brighter than normal, it will be a supermoon.

"This one is particularly good," said Rice University astrophysicist Patrick Hartigan. “Not only is it a supermoon and a total eclipse, but the total eclipse also lasts a long time. More than one hour". The entire eclipse begins Sunday night or early Monday, depending on the location, and will last approximately three hours.

This lunar eclipse will be a super bloody wolf or a great spiritual moon. Why is it called that?

We will see a Blood Moon"as it will have a reddish color. And this is because the sunlight will not reach the satellite directly, but part of that light will be filtered by the atmosphere terrestrial and the reddish and orange colors will be projected on the Moon.

Finally, there is talk of a "Super wolf moon", to refer in a way closer to esoteric ideas about the January full moon that coincided with the howls of wolves on winter nights (northern hemisphere).

What time to see the Super Blood Moon in each country of the world?

The Super blood moon will be visible from all over America, Western Europe and Africa, and these are the times for see the total lunar eclipse:

  • See Superblood Moon in Peru at what time: from 10:33 pm (Sunday) to 1:50 am (Monday)
  • See Supermoon of blood in Mexico at what time: from 9:33 pm (Sunday) to 00:50 am (Monday)
  • See Supermoon of blood in Spain at what time: from 2:33 am to 5:12 am (Monday)
  • See Superblood Moon in the United States at what time: from 10:33 pm (Sunday) to 1:50 am (Monday)
  • See Supermoon of blood in Argentina at what time: from 00:33 am (Sunday) to 03:50 am (Monday)
  • See Supermoon of blood in Colombia at what time: from 10:33 pm (Sunday) to 1:50 am (Monday)
  • See Supermoon of blood in Chile at what time: from 00:33 am (Sunday) to 03:50 am (Monday)
  • See Supermoon of blood in Ecuador at what time: from 10:33 pm (Sunday) to 1:50 am (Monday)
  • See Supermoon of blood in Brazil at what time: from 1:33 am to 4:50 am (Monday)
  • See Supermoon of blood in Uruguay at what time: from 00:33 am (Sunday) to 03:50 am (Monday)
  • See Supermoon of blood in the Dominican Republic at what time: from 11:33 pm (Sunday) to 2:50 am (Monday)
  • See Supermoon of blood in Cuba: from 10:33 pm (Sunday) to 1:50 am (Monday)
  • See Supermoon of blood in Paraguay at what time: from 00:33 am (Sunday) to 3:50 am (Monday)

A symbol of evil

In the Bible, mention is made of the blood moon and darkness, which may have prompted the idea that eclipses are part of evil.

In Acts 2:20 it can be read: "The sun shall be turned into darkness, And the moon into blood, Before the great and manifest day of the Lord comes."

For this reason, it is usual to see in Christian societies some skepticism and fear of eclipses, because they sometimes bring darkness and, with it, evil.

The fight between the Sun and the Moon

In some societies of Mayan tradition and spirituality it is believed that an eclipse was a contest between the Sun and the Moon.

For the tzutujiles of Santiago Atitlán, Sololá, an eclipse occurs because a huge bat, a zotz, linked to death, sacrifices and forces of darkness, to eat the Sun and steal its brilliance.

Among the Mayans of Yucatan, as well as among the inhabitants of different regions of Guatemala, the belief is widespread that these astronomical events are due to conjugal fights between these two celestial bodies.

With information from:

News 18

Video: Super Blood Wolf Moon (October 2020).