On the night of the "Super Moon" my daughter and I waited patiently for the first glimpse its giant edge to grace the horizon of the night's sky. At the appointed hour we rushed out to witness a magnificent orb…only to find it obstructed from view by about 24 phone and electrical wires running about the roof lines. Even the glorious size of the Super Moon couldn't cut through our man made cage of electricity surrounding the homes in our neighborhood. We would have to wait another hour for it to ascend higher into the sky to revel in a clear view of its beauty.
This Moon is more than just a "Super Moon". The pointer of the north node of this moon is conjunct with the center of the Milky Way. For those who are confident that we are not alone in the Universe, we are now in perfect alignment to receive transmissions through radio waves and electromagnetic radiation emissions. There is something to be said about "when the stars and the moon align …" I leave that part to your imagination as you enjoy the magnificent portal of energy gracing us for the next 40 days.
One of my favorite "moon photographers" is Laurent Laveder who calls his whimsical moon photos Moon Games