Blue Moon with eclipse on Dec 31st-posted about it on another thread too. It will be the 13th Moon.
May have some shaking going on and outside the New Year's party
The next one will not be until 2028
Full-Blue Moons have took place on New Year's Eve in 1933, 1952, 1971, 1990 and will occur in 2009.
Being a supermoon as well will add to the PULL on the earth and is rather significant in many ways
So be on alert that night-the energies shall be heightened over DC when we go from 2009 to 2010, 12 AM...EST
There are two Full Moons in December. The first Full Moon occurs on December 1st and is known as the “Full Cold Moon”, “Long Night Moon” or the “Moon Before Yule.” The second Full Moon occurs on December 31st and is known as the “Full Wolf Moon”, “Old Moon” or “Moon After Yule.”
Because the December 31st Full Moon is the second Full Moon in the calendar month it is also known as a “Blue Moon” by the “Sky and Telescope Rule”. Also the December 31st Full Moon brings an Umbral Lunar Eclipse visible from Australia, Asia Europe and Africa. [link to astroplanet.info
Take care and be grateful in all ways