Eclipse will be situated, near the planet Saturn and the bright bluish star Regulus in the constellation of Leo. The effect will be to create a uniquely beautiful triangle in the sky consisting of the much-eclipsed moon, a bright naked-eye planet and one of the 21 brightest stars in the sky.
Lunar Eclipses are a viewed, as a troubled time in many religions for some believes it is the time the goddess is swirling the sea and scouring the lands looking for demons. Many still have religious believes about the eclipse. No food, only water. Pregnant women cannot watch the eclipse or the baby will have birth defects, even sex is forbidden for they may procreate. Having a child that may be blind, deaf or born with some defect. Mediating or chanting will help one become more holily.
I sure we have all heard the Astrology believes of how this time can bring
Upsets and feelings of disorientation, feel restless, pressured and a buildup of emotions, and experience excitement and crisis. Especially after the annular solar eclipse, we had earlier this month.
For pagans we can only guess what our ancestors believed even reports have mixed findings. We honor the full moons. Many of them are different as different as pagan believes. Some believe that the full moon is the start of something, a good time for love spells etc. Where some trad has it as a tying up loose ends type of working. However, wherever your believes the eclipse super charges or give it an illusion that is in your face for you to have to face your illusions. You know not everything is what it seems. A time to get a new perspective. We all know the eclipse is where the earth is passing the moon and the sun. Darkening the moon causing it to turn a reddish to brown color.
So the time of the eclipse is a time to remember that some time nature happens and their will be sometime that tries to block your way. As you let go of the things that hold you back you will see the light once again. We will use this time to strengthen ourselves spiritually, mentally and physically, for whatever that may come.