Super Full MoonšŸŒšŸŒø

26th & 27th April : Pink Super Full Moon. This is the first supermoon of 2021. It is named after pink flowers called Phlox Subulata which bloom in some regions of the northern hemisphere. Despite its name, there will not be any noticeable difference in colour.

The full moon will be near its closest point to the Earth as it orbits. When the moon is closest to the Earth on the same night as a full moon, it is known as a supermoon. The next supermoon will be visible in May 2021.

As the moon is nearer the Earth, its gravitational pull is stronger and this makes the tides higher. Meteorologists believe higher tides combined with high winds may lead to coastal flooding or produce more intense storms.

This Super Full Moon is in Scorpio. The moon has an influence on our emotions so you may experience heightened emotions during this time. You may even experience headaches or vivid dreams. Scorpio is a sign noted for its intensity. We must recognize where we need to let go of control and let go of negative energies. Full Moons are a time for release. The moon and the sun are exactly opposite of one another and the moonā€™s glow is very visible during this time. Full Moons bring clarity and revelations, they show us what we need to know and what we need to address at a certain time. The moon affects all zodiac signs, but Scorpio and Taurus will feel it the most. Click here to make Moon Water .

Full Moon dates and times 2021 (Dublin, Ireland)
28th Jan, 19:16
27 Feb, 08:17
28 Mar, 19:48
27 Apr, 04:31
26 May, 12:13
24 Jun, 19:39
24 Jul, 03:36
22 Aug, 13:01
21 Sep, 00:54
20 Oct, 15:56
19 Nov, 08:57
19 Dec, 04:35

Happy Super Full Moon in Scorpioā™šŸ¤

Photo of the moon taken tonight at 21hrs.

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EasteršŸ‘’šŸ£šŸ‡

Easter is a Christian festival and holiday that celebrates the resurrection of Jesus from the dead. This happened on the third day after he was buried. Holy Week is celebrated the week leading up to Easter. Easter Sunday was on April 4th this year.

āœžFun Factsāœž

  • Easter eggs date way back before Easter. Evidence suggests they began in Medieval Europe.
  • Easter baskets represent nests and new life, especially when they are filled with Easter eggs. Traditionally, children would make nests for the Easter bunny to leave its eggs in.
  • Easter was named after the Anglo-Saxon goddess Eostre. Ā Easter was named after a festival celebratingĀ Eostre and the coming of spring.
  • There are some theories as to why people dye eggs. The colouring of eggs in brilliant colours helps usher in spring. Eggs are dyed to represent the blood of Jesus Christ. The art of dyeing eggs originated in Ukraine and is called pysanka. Pysanka involved pouring melted wax onto the eggs.
  • The idea of the Easter bunny giving candies and eggs started inĀ GermanyĀ during the Middle Ages. The first mention of this tradition dates to the 16th century. The first story of the Easter Bunny hiding eggs in a garden was published in 1680.
  • Giving eggs is a symbol of rebirth and new life in many cultures.
  • 500 million Creme Eggs are made every year in the Bournville factory in Birmingham, England.
  • Pretzels used to be consumed at Easter because the Pretzel looks like a person whose arms were crossed in a prayer.
  • The world’s largest chocolate Easter egg was made in Italy inĀ April 2011, measuring 34 feet and 1.05 inches in length, and weighed approximately 15,873 pounds.
  • In the mid-1800s in New York, people believed that buying new clothes to wear on Easter would bring them good luckĀ for the rest of the year
  • In 1933, composer Irving Berlin introduced theĀ Easter BonnetĀ into American pop culture with his ballad “Easter Parade.”
  • 76% people eat the ears of a chocolate bunny first, followed by 5% who eat the feet first, and 4% who eat the tail first
  • Easter is the second biggest candy-consuming holiday (after Halloween)
Happy EasteršŸ’

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