SUPER, BLOOD, CORN PLANTING, LUNAR ECLIPSE MOON

This Wednesday the 26th will be an rare astronomical event. This month's moon will be a super moon which means that it will appear larger in the sky due to the fact it is closer to the Earth than normal. It is a blood moon due to the light of the sun passing through the atmosphere. The lunar eclipse will be visible in Australia and the West Coast Of the U.S. The peak of the eclipse is at 4:20am. This full moon is also called the corn planting moon by Native Americans because it was during this time that they prepare their crops for the coming fall.

We will be starting the ceremony at 7pm and lasts for an hour. The view of the moon rising over the mountains in the background of the medicine wheel is a sight not too miss! See you there.