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Full Moon 2-16-14-Orange then Blood Red
Effy Palmer
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hopefully some D00M
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Effy Palmer
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DON VITO  Wrote: (02-17-2014 02:38 AM)
hopefully some D00M

She's definitely got her red dress on tonight! Might be an interesting week ahead.
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I saw it tonight, it was awesome

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The lunar eclipse in Sept 2014 is going to be a supermoon too. It is at a time of the month when the moon is closest to earth looking 14% bigger.
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Effy Palmer
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I don't know about ya'll, but I don't recall a "snow moon" in the winter looking so red, and its in Leo.
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beezbaalz  Wrote: (02-17-2014 03:00 AM)
I don't know about ya'll, but I don't recall a "snow moon" in the winter looking so red, and its in Leo.

Lion Rock’s Eye Glows Red in Hong Kong
By Li Zhen, Epoch Times | January 8, 2014
http://www.theepochtimes.com/n3/438425-l...hong-kong/
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beezbaalz  Wrote: (02-17-2014 03:04 AM)
beezbaalz  Wrote: (02-17-2014 03:00 AM)
I don't know about ya'll, but I don't recall a "snow moon" in the winter looking so red, and its in Leo.

Lion Rock’s Eye Glows Red in Hong Kong
By Li Zhen, Epoch Times | January 8, 2014
http://www.theepochtimes.com/n3/438425-l...hong-kong/

very interesting. Popcorn
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The legend of the Lion With Red eyes

A lion cub was born who was different from the others. Unlike the rest of the pride, this lion was born with red eyes that glowed like fire. This made the other lions uncomfortable and so they named the strange cub Bahdoon which means one who is born away from his home. They named the little cub Bahdoon because they felt as if he did not belong with them in the village.
Life was not easy for Bahdoon, he was treated badly and never invited to play with the other cubs. He grew up lonely and was always reminded that he was different. His red eyes singled him out from the rest of the pride and eventually banished him from the group because of his eyes.

One day a giant dragon came and began attacking the pride, killing many of them. By the fifth day, Bahdoon could not bear to see his old village suffer anymore, and so the brave lion swore to himself that he would defend its people and the pride no matter what they had done to him in the past.
Eventually, Bahdoon won the battle and killed the dragon

The lions were very sorry that they had sent him into the jungle, and they realised then that just because he was different it did not mean that he should be treated differently.

At last, the brave lion was accepted by the pride and for the first time in his life he felt like he belonged. Bahdoon had finally returned home.
http://www.worldstories.org.uk/stories/s...e-red-eyes
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beezbaalz  Wrote: (02-17-2014 03:11 AM)
The legend of the Lion With Red eyes

A lion cub was born who was different from the others. Unlike the rest of the pride, this lion was born with red eyes that glowed like fire. This made the other lions uncomfortable and so they named the strange cub Bahdoon which means one who is born away from his home. They named the little cub Bahdoon because they felt as if he did not belong with them in the village.
Life was not easy for Bahdoon, he was treated badly and never invited to play with the other cubs. He grew up lonely and was always reminded that he was different. His red eyes singled him out from the rest of the pride and eventually banished him from the group because of his eyes.

One day a giant dragon came and began attacking the pride, killing many of them. By the fifth day, Bahdoon could not bear to see his old village suffer anymore, and so the brave lion swore to himself that he would defend its people and the pride no matter what they had done to him in the past.
Eventually, Bahdoon won the battle and killed the dragon

The lions were very sorry that they had sent him into the jungle, and they realised then that just because he was different it did not mean that he should be treated differently.

At last, the brave lion was accepted by the pride and for the first time in his life he felt like he belonged. Bahdoon had finally returned home.
http://www.worldstories.org.uk/stories/s...e-red-eyes


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It is huge here in NC, and orange
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I am also in NC ; Very bright and orange @ my house too! Perhaps will be woken up later by zombies banging down my windows and doors? Not talking about crack heads either!
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I dont see a moon anywhere here in missouri
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beezbaalz  Wrote: (02-17-2014 03:11 AM)
The legend of the Lion With Red eyes

A lion cub was born who was different from the others. Unlike the rest of the pride, this lion was born with red eyes that glowed like fire. This made the other lions uncomfortable and so they named the strange cub Bahdoon which means one who is born away from his home. They named the little cub Bahdoon because they felt as if he did not belong with them in the village.
Life was not easy for Bahdoon, he was treated badly and never invited to play with the other cubs. He grew up lonely and was always reminded that he was different. His red eyes singled him out from the rest of the pride and eventually banished him from the group because of his eyes.

One day a giant dragon came and began attacking the pride, killing many of them. By the fifth day, Bahdoon could not bear to see his old village suffer anymore, and so the brave lion swore to himself that he would defend its people and the pride no matter what they had done to him in the past.

That is probably where Rudolph red nose reindeer got its story from
Eventually, Bahdoon won the battle and killed the dragon

The lions were very sorry that they had sent him into the jungle, and they realised then that just because he was different it did not mean that he should be treated differently.

At last, the brave lion was accepted by the pride and for the first time in his life he felt like he belonged. Bahdoon had finally returned home.
http://www.worldstories.org.uk/stories/s...e-red-eyes
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I am in N.C. and the Moon is NORMAL.
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