All inhabitants of the planet will be able to watch the full moon on the approaching Halloween. Astronomer Jeffrey Hunt noted that this event last occurred in 1944. The Halloween Full Moon was repeated in 1955, but then it could not be seen in western North America and the western Pacific.
The approaching full moon will be clearly visible to people living in America (North and South), India, Europe, most parts of Asia and western Australia.
A blue moon is the term used to describe the second full moon that takes place during a single calendar month, and this relatively rare occurrence is made even more exciting given that it’ll light up the skies on Halloween night this year.
According to Farmer’s Almanac, a full moon on Halloween only happens once in a blue moon—every 18 to 19 years, to be exact. For this reason, when a full moon lands on October 31, Halloween and astrology lovers near and far get pretty excited.
And, when that full moon is, quite literally, a blue moon, the excitement only increases. This, of course, means that Halloween 2020 is about to be one of the best Halloweens to date.
Because this spook-tastic full moon moment takes place in the fixed earth sign Taurus, it’ll shine its emotional spotlight onto Venusian matters of love, money, and pleasure.
Use this energy to wrap up loose ends when it comes to financial dealings and also seek some closure and grounding within your romantic situation-ships.
But beware of unexpected changes of heart or sudden detours in plans, as Uranus, planet of change, is aspecting both the moon and the sun during this lunation, which adds an element of unpredictability to Halloween’s lunar vibe.
Needless to say, you won’t want to miss it. After all, the next time you can expect a full moon on Halloween is in 2039!