November 29 - Tonight there will be a Full Moon Eclipse. This will be a penumbral eclipse, meaning that the outer shadow of Earth will fall on the Moon. The Moon will not be completely blocked, but rather partially dimmed.
This penumbral eclipse will be stronger than most, with 83% of the face of the Moon in shadow. It will be visible in North and South America, Australia and east Asia. In the eastern US, the eclipse will begin at approximately 2:30 am, be at maximum around 4:45 am and complete at 6:45 am.
We stand at the entrance to the portal between two phases of being. Bring consciousness to your entry into this birth canal by being outside, under this lovely Full Moon Lunar Eclipse in Gemini.
November 29, 2020 by Ruby Falconer