Saturday, March 19, 2011


Happy Supermoon everyone.

The term Supermoon was coined by astrologer Richard Nolle. Today the moon is the closest it has been to earth in 18 years. The moon, earth, and sun are in alignment and natural disasters like Japan's earthquake and tsunamis are believed by some to have a direct correlation to this event. Some believe if you track previous Supermoons you will see a pattern of natural disasters.

So tonight when the moon is out don't forget to take a glance up and see if you can see the man on the moon better than you usually can. If you're lucky maybe you'll catch him winking at you. ;)

For more information on Supermoons check out this link:

Doesn't this sounds like something that would make a good base for a book or movie? Anyone know if there are any out there?

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