This Saturday 5th of May 2012, our Moon makes its closest approach towards Earth (Perigee) also coinciding with the Full Moon, making it no ordinary Moon, but a "Supermoon", a term coined by astrologer and writer Richard Nolle in 1979. Richard Nolle believes that Supermoons are linked to natural disasters on Earth, 3 to 4 days before or after the Supermoon ! Last years Supermoon on March 19th 2011 was preceded by a 9.0 Earthquake off the coast of Tohoku, Japan on the 11th of March.

... hmmm ... that certainly doesn't mean all Supermoons will create Earthquakes ... well if a lot of people start believing so, we just might create that kind of reality ... which isn't quite happening globally, as there are many who are breaking free from the shackles of this deep rooted fear based conditioning and taking control of what we create, consciously ... rather than playing victim to the unforeseen.


The Full Moon phase will be complete at 11:35 p.m. EDT on Saturday. It will be 3:35 p.m. in New Zealand and 1:00 p.m. in Australia. The moon will still put on a stunning show even a night after the super moon's exact arrival. The key to creating a historic shot is to find the Moon in all its glory, while it is rising on the horizon.


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