January 21, 2019
The second eclipse of January 2019 will be over North and South America, Northwestern Europe and the Arctic. The first solar eclipse was January 5-6, 2019.
This weekend total lunar eclipse January 20, 2019 will be in the Leo-Aquarius axis. The Sun and Moon will be in opposition.
Why the name Super Wolf Blood Moon:
SuperMoon: The Earth is closer to the Sun in January and Earth’s Moon will be 14% larger.
Wolf Moon because Native American knew that wolfs had a harder time finding food in the cold January winter and the wolfs would howl.
Blood Moon: During a total lunar eclipse, Earth completely blocks direct sunlight from reaching the Moon. The only light reflected from the lunar surface has been refracted by Earth’s atmosphere. This light appears reddish for the same reason that a sunset or sunrise does: the Rayleigh scattering of bluer light.
In general, any full moon can lead to friction and a super moon could be even more intense.
With solar winds striking the Earth on a daily routine with greater ferocity and an eclipse is a door or portal opening, the January 20, 2019 may have a larger pull than the previous one.
January 11, 2019 a large portal opened over London, England.
We believe that the solar winds are coming from the South Hemisphere near the planets or gas giants: Saturn and Jupiter.
The solar winds are leading to earth changes and maybe a polar shift in 2026.
More on Earth Changes: Light Of Mary, January 14, 2019
THE EMANATION OF THE ERUPTIONS OF A SUPER VOLCANO WILL FORM A CLOUD OF GASES THAT WILL PREVENT THE SUN FROM PENETRATING IN THE EARTH AND THIS WILL CAUSE A GREENHOUSE EFFECT: THE TEMPERATURES WILL LOWER SO THAT IN THE TROPICAL COUNTRIES THE COLD WILL CAUSE A NUMBER OF DEATHS.