2018 is guaranteed to be a big year. From a numerological perspective, 2+0+1+8 = 11. This number is the vibration of intuition, charisma and capability when sights are set on a concrete goal. This acknowledged, the year ahead will be paved by those who are awakening to their inner truth(s) and refuse to settle for the “status quo,” which has enslaved and made the general populace ignorant.
As Truth Theory co-founder Luke Miller explained, 2016 (2+0+1+6 = 9) was the end of a cycle, and 2017 (2+0+1+7 = 10) was the beginning of a new one. We witnessed the shift in seemingly negative happenings which, in reality, were old, stagnant embarrassments being swept out from underneath the rug, so the human race could learn and evolve.
Everything that has happened up until this date has been purposeful. Now, lightworkers and those who are just beginning to tap into their intuition are in the perfect space to begin creating anew. Fortunately, there is no better time to outline new goals than the New Year, which coincides with a very special full moon.
On January 1, 2018, a “Wolf Moon” supermoon will light up the night sky. The first full moon of January is nicknamed the Wolf Moon, apparently in accordance with Native American traditions. It is also referred to as the “Hunger Moon” and the “Cold Moon.”
During this lunar phase, it is recommended you take time to reflect, recharge, and reassess where you are in life. Because the full moon falls on the first day of the new year, it is an especially advantageous time to prepare for a new month — and a new you.
NASA dubbed the phenomenon a supermoon. As IFLScience reports, supermoons tend to be about 14 percent larger and 30 percent brighter than the typical full moon. While that does sound like a lot, it is too minimal of a change to perceive with the naked eye.
Supermoons occur because the moon has an elliptical orbit and takes a monthly trip around Earth in an egg-shaped path. When it becomes full on the same day its orbit is closest to Earth, it appears larger and brighter to Earthlings. Said Noah Petro, a research scientist from NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center, in a statement: “The supermoons are a great opportunity for people to start looking at the Moon, not just that once but every chance they have!”
If you are recovering from a hangover and end up missing the Wolf Moon supermoon, there’s good news. There is actually a second full moon in January (known as a “Blue Moon”), which will appear on January 31st. “The lunar eclipse on January 31 will be visible during moonset. Folks in the Eastern United States, where the eclipse will be partial, will have to get up in the morning to see it,” said Petro. “But it’s another great chance to watch the Moon.”
So, prepare for the year ahead. Cleanse, let go of things that don’t serve you, and align with new intentions which will help you be your best self and create your best life.
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