Witches and the blood moon

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witches and the blood moon

Blood Moon (Witches Moon #1) by A.W. Gryphon

An ancient line of witches…
An undying love…
A coming revolution…
One woman at the center of it all...

London, England. Mysterious. Beautiful. Full of legends and lore. It is home and a safe place for Ameila Pivens Kreutzer. For an ancient society of witch hunters, and practitioners, it is an easy place to go unnoticed. And for Scotland Yard’s Denny Carlisle, on All Hallows Eve, when the Full Blood Moon reaches its highest point in the sky, it will become a city of awe and mayhem as the most powerful witch in modern history rises, to avenge her lost love and forever end the ancient war among the witches and those who hunt them.
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Published 11.12.2018

Blood Moon Live Q&A - Real Witches Don't Sleep

TODAY a blood moon illuminated the skies - and the phenomenon has freaked out women who got their period as it glowed red. The natural occurrence began on Sunday night, with the moon appearing to glow red and brighter and closer to Earth than normal.
A.W. Gryphon

Women are freaking out that they’ve got their period on the blood moon claiming they are ‘witches’

The astronomical spectacle, which happens once or twice a year, is often associated with spiritual and mystic powers. One popular Blood Moon superstition is the eclipse is an ominous sign of evil, dark magic and malevolence. Some Christian conspiracy theorists believe the Blood Moon is a prophetic sign of the Apocalypse, foretold in the Book of Revelation. Other ancient cultures, such as the Inca Empire in modern-day Columbia, held fearful superstitions tied to the Blood Moon. The Inca would howl at the red Moon and shake their weapons in its direction, believing a monstrous jaguar was attempting to devour the lunar orb.

The Science of Lunar Eclipses:

A popular Blood Moon superstition purports the eclipse is a time heightened esoteric powers when demons and other monsters roam the world freely. Many long-lost cultures, such as the Inca in modern-day Columbia, associated lunar eclipses with myths of a jaguar brutally attacking and devouring the moon., A total lunar eclipse happens when the Moon travels through the Earth's umbra, the dark central portion of its shadow, and the Earth blocks all direct sunlight from falling onto the Moon's surface.

A blood moon sounds so dangerous and mysterious, doesn't it? Well, we've got one coming to a sky near you or, you know, the sky that we all see, I guess on Jan. But what is a blood moon , you may ask? And what exactly makes it so crimson and bloody looking? Don't worry, I assure you it's not quite as apocalyptic as it sounds. Basically, a blood moon is another way to refer to a total lunar eclipse.

Karma and reincarnation. Justice and balance. Inner harmony. The moon took on a reddish hue as it appeared in different phases between 2 and a. In North and South America, where the blood moon was most prominent, observers pointed at the spectacle with binoculars, telescopes and cellphones. Depending on time zones, it started late Monday night or in the wee hours of Tuesday morning.


  1. Vallis F. says:

    The gods announce great calamity

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