A Blood Moon Is Coming This Weekend & It Will Make You Super MOODY


Hayley Mitchelhill-Miller

24 July 2018

Hayley Mitchelhill-Miller

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The super moons of the past few months have been hitting us hard, messing with our emotions, and leaving us feeling like absolute emotional wrecks. 

Now, another stunning blood moon is about to cross our skies and we’re here to warn you that things are about to get VERY moody. 

Saturday, July 28, 2018, is THE day that the Blood Moon will be taking over our Aussie sky, and it is set to be this century’s longest total eclipse!

Not only will it be a stellar photo opportunity, but the event is set to make our mood a hundred times worse. 

It is believed by astrologers that blood moons send our emotions into serious overdrive, meaning this weekend is going to have some hectic things in store. 

Earlier in the year, the super blood moon made our months roller coasters of up and down emotions and this is no different. 

Those with the star sign Aquarius (20 January - 18 February) are set to feel the effects of this phenomena the most, because the moon and Mars in retrograde are dominating your sign, so if that’s you - you better prepare yourself. 

Full moons are also thought to have a negative affect on our sleeping patterns, which makes for a lot of people getting up on the wrong side of the bed this weekend!

It also affects serotonin levels, which regulated our moods and other important things, meaning there is often an increase in incidences of accidents, anxiety, depression, insomnia, IBS, sexual activity, migraines, alcoholism and homicides during this time. 

Things are going to get wild….

We are not going to get another one of these until the 2100’s, so you MUST check this off your bucket list!

Here are the deets you need to know!

(All times in AEST)

The eclipse will begin in the early morning of Saturday, 28th July and it will reach a total eclipse by around 5.30am. 

According to Earth Sky, here are the times you’ll be able to see the eclipse:

3.14am Penumbral eclipse begins

4.24am Partial eclipse begins

5.30am Total eclipse begins

6.21am Maximum eclipse

7.13am Total eclipse ends


Fingers crossed this blood moon doesn’t inflict too much damage..

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