Full Supermoon Farewell, November 14th 2016 November 14, 2016 14:19

November 14th, 2016
Tonight's full moon is a supermoon, the largest moon we'll see in 69 years.  Not until November 25th, 2034, will we see another moon so large and bright.  The term, "supermoon" refers to the moon when It's at perigee, it's shortest distance from earth, 226,000 miles away.  It's going to appear to be 30% brighter and 14% bigger than the moon looks at apogee, it's farthest distance away from earth.
This full supermoon is in earth sign Taurus and Scorpio Sun and reminds us to get out in nature and get grounded. It's a good time to contemplate what we are truly grateful for in our lives.  This quote from astrologer Leah Whitehorse beautifully describes this full moon's energy and inspired my Full Moon Farewell photo collage.
"Gemstones and crystals are created deep within the Earth, in darkness, under pressure. This Full Moon in Taurus, gives us a chance to appreciate the treasures gained from difficult circumstances, the beauty that is born from the Scorpionic depths of death and despair. Each life trauma unearths a jewel for the rich crown of wisdom. Now is the time to sit back, relax and enjoy the rewards."

So get outside, smell some roses and watch the supermoon rise!
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5" x 5" Print
Birthstones: Citrine and Topaz
Birthflowers: Peony and Chrysanthemum
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$30 of each necklace will be donated to the protesters of the Dakota Access Pipeline.  These funds will go towards supplies for the Water Protectors and the Standing Rock Sioux. 
5" x 5" Print