My Amazing Experience on the Night of the Ruby Supermoon Eclipse

Celestial Greetings,

I remember back in the 1970’s when we did not have what we often call the “Global Brain” (The Internet). TV reception was not the greatest, and I was just not that interested in TV anyway, so I really didn’t even watch the news and weather much. The year was 1975.  I had no idea there was a Lunar Eclipse of the Super Moon coming. I woke up from a dream that morning (which I later found out was a precognitive dream). In the dream I was seeing this huge brilliant ruby red ball of Light rising from the horizon, practically filling up my view of the sky, when suddenly a foreboding black rod or tube appeared in front of me and stopped me from moving any further. Then a magestic Knight in white shining armor appeared on a snow white horse and whisked me away to safety. That dream was so vivid and colorful that I could not get it out of my mind all day.

Later on in the early evening I got in my car to go visit a friend and headed down the freeway. As I drove I began to see directly in front of my view was a huge red ball of light rising slowly up from the horizon. As I kept driving it kept on rising and was a beautiful ruby red like I had never seen before, except in the dream. This amazing Red Moon was closer to the earth appearing much bigger than I had ever seen the moon be. It wasn’t as exaggerated as in my dream but that ruby moon was huge. Suddenly my car started knocking and sputtering under the hood! The car began to falter and I had to pull over to the side of the freeway and stop completely. Oh no, I was stuck on the side of the freeway all by myself not knowing what had happened to my car. Of course we had no mobile phones then, but as the cars were whizzing by me I did have the most beautiful amazing sight to look at… that huge ruby red moon. I prayed for help and protection. I put my blinkers on to signal that I needed help and within minutes, to my relief, help arrived. A shiny clean white Jeep pulled over to the side of the freeway in front of me and to my astonishment, out stepped a man dressed in a white suit. Not something you expect to see..a man in a white suit getting out of a white jeep. He walked up to my window and asked if he could help me. He was on his way to some special event but he said that he had plenty of time if there was anything he could do to help. He opened up the hood and found that a tube had burst and needed replacing before the car could be driven again. He had the hook up to tow my car and offered to tow it home for me, saying that it would be an easy repair and he could come back the next day and fix it for me. I was amazed at how this whole thing had unfolded so far and accepted his offer. So he brought me and my car back to my house and went on to his event. I  called the friend I was going to see when this all occured to share what had happened and we were both in awe of it all.

Sure enough the next day he came back in his white Jeep with the parts needed in hand and commenced to repair my car for me just out of the goodness of his heart. When he was finished, I expressed my sincere gratitude for his kindness and then he departed, never to be seen again. A Knight in shining white armor had come to my rescue in modern day form.  Needless to say, that is one dream and experience I will always remember!

Ruby Supermoon/Bluemoon coming 1-20-2019

There will be a Total Eclipse of the Moon tomorrow night which is the only Total Eclipse of 2019. It is called a Super Blue/Blood Moon . It will appear larger than normal because it is a Supermoon, a more recent popular term for the phenomenon that occurs when a full moon is in it’s closest position to the Earth. A Bluemoon is when the moon is full for the second time in that month. Lunar eclipses that occur during supermoons are rare.  This time we really have it all, a Supermoon, Bluemoon, Bloodmoon, Lunar Eclipse. I hope we have clear sky visibility, and that it is as spectacular as that special Ruby Supermoon I saw in 1975!

Metaphysically speaking, with this eclipse humanity will be receiving a Wave of Universal Grace on the high vibrations of Celestial Transmissions for the purpose of awakening us on our journey to wholeness and remembering our Divine Destiny. On the metaphysical level, an eclipse is a highly charged alchemical Gateway which can help us gain momentum in our Ascension.  It amplifies our ability to release what we know is not for our highest good, and get us aligned with what we want to bring into our life and experience. The Ancients were guided to use the eclipse as a holy time in which prayers and decrees were tremendously amplified. This Supermoon eclipse is in the astrological sign of Leo which rules the heart. It is a time to remember the flame of creation that lights our hearts and as co-creators to focus that heart light into the areas of our being and life and our world where we want to create change. This is an opportunity to heal and change those patterns on a personal as well as planetary level. Even if you have alot of challenges, let yourself trust and know that the heavens do have a plan for you. Focus on your prayers and affirmations with all of your heart to manifest that which is for your highest good because any prayers you have at this time will be generously supported. Concentrate on self-care, expanding your growth, gently pushing past your comfort zone where it is necessary to create the changes you need, and commitment. With the moon in Leo and the sun in Aquarius, there is a real tendency to reach out to others, perhaps getting in touch with people you have not talked to for a while, catching up on communications, especially if you have an air sign in your chart (Libra, Aquarius, or Gemini). Don’t be surprised if someone contacts you that you didn’t expect, or that you had been thinking about. The North Node goes into the sign of Cancer at this time which guides us to compassion and forgiveness of ourselves as well as other people, and a greater nurturing of ourselves and others. This helps to heal our mind, body and emotions. The shadow of the Eclipse reminds us to let the dark, hidden hurts and wounds of our hearts and subconscious come to the Light for healing. It opens the way for transmutation, dimensional shifting, and illumination of the areas where we have been afraid to let our light shine, and allow ourselves to move forward to our soul’s true destined Divine Plan, Purpose, and Mission. Don’t let yourself get caught up in worry, anger, sadness, or any other negative feelings that bring you down.  Look up…not just at the sky, but inwardly look up to higher thoughts. At this time contemplate on the vast wonders and beauty of the Universe, and the inter-connectedness of all Life. It is a reminder to pay more attention to all that is good and beautiful in our lives instead of what is not, and it will paint our feelings with the vibrant colors of the joy we can feel when we do. This lifts us into a higher vibration and brings us closer to our Source which we are each an important part of and can never be separate from. to make the epic journey the vast wonders and beauty of the Universe, and the inter-connectedness of all Life. It is a reminder to pay more attention to all that is good and beautiful in our lives instead of what is not, and it will paint our feelings with the vibrant colors of the joy we can feel when we do. This lifts us into a higher vibration and brings us closer to our Source which we are each an important part of and can never be separate from.

On Sunday night, start watching the skies about 7:30 p.m. Pacific Standard Time as the Earth’s shadow begins passing in front of the moon from the lower left. Total eclipse begins at about 8:41 p.m. Pacific Standard Time when it will probably be at it’s reddest, and continues for about an hour until 9:43 p.m. It ends around 11:48 pm.

See chart below:

Time Description
6:36 pm PST Sun, Jan 20   – Penumbral Eclipse begins The Earth’s penumbra start touching the Moon’s face.
7:33 pm PST Sun, Jan 20   – Partial Eclipse begins Partial moon eclipse starts – moon is getting red.
8:41 pm PST Sun, Jan 20   – Total Eclipse begins Total moon eclipse starts – completely red moon.
9:12 pm PST Sun, Jan 20   – Maximum Eclipse Moon is closest to the center of the shadow.
9:43 pm PST Sun, Jan 20   – Total Eclipse ends Total moon eclipse ends.
10:50 pm PST Sun, Jan 20 – Partial Eclipse ends Partial moon eclipse ends.
11:48 pm PST Sun, Jan 20 –   Penumbral Eclipse ends The Earth’s penumbra ends.


Look upward and Enjoy!!!

In Love and Service to the Light,

Sonia Star

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