“Love to my way of thinking, is the emotion one feels when they meet someone who makes them be what they want to be. We feel love toward someone who shows us the light, who pushes us to become what we have always wanted to become but may have never realized. We love the person who makes us love ourselves.”
― Mina Hepsen, Under the Blood Red Moon
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Under A Blood Red Moon
I awake at four a.m. and gaze out through the unveiled window. It is the moon that captures my weary attention. It hangs suspended, a brilliant white light, full and heavy, in an inky black sky. A wispy cloud passes by, as if a wayward remnant from a beribboned banner cut. A silken piece left after the announcement that the greatest show of the universe is unfolding.
In the Bible, it is written that God uses the moon and the stars to send signals to earth. The moon held power over the people. It brought about their fears and swayed imaginations. Superstitions surround the topic of the moon. Beware~ those who sleep under a full moon run the risk of insanity or blindness. Worse yet, the magic conjures to turn one into a werewolf; fear not, you are safe from harm. This occurs only if the lunar event falls on a Friday.
I have slept under the blood-red moon, awakening too late to view the total lunar eclipse or tetrad. I catch the last stages of this spectacular lunar event. For a few minutes I am able to glimpse the shadow of red, surrounding the edges of la luna. Our collective hearts beating back to one another.
During a blood-red moon, one is viewing every sunset and every sunrise around the earth at the same time. It appears as if earth’s reflected back by the brilliant moon light. We, the human population, are given a brief opportunity to view each other’s worlds, however fleeting the moment.
It is impossible not to be awed by this spectacular celestial event.
If you missed this lunar event, mark your calendars for October 8, 2015 when once again the earth will experience a total lunar eclipse.