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The Full Moons of 2022: An In Depth Look

The Full Moons of 2022 are a great time for people to celebrate the upcoming New Year! There will be several special events happening on these nights – like the Super Blood Flower Moon, Full Beaver, and Worm Moons. Read on to learn more about these special moons and what you can do to celebrate them! There are also a couple of other important dates you should keep an eye out for! We’ve put together a list of the most popular Full Moons this year and beyond!

Super Blood Flower Moon

The Super Blood Flower Moon is an incredible opportunity for spiritual awakening and renewal. The May full moon, also known as the Flower Moon, coincides with an incredible total Lunar Eclipse. The moon’s occurrence will encourage us to look within to find the truths that are holding us back from moving forward. Here are some things to look forward to:

A total lunar eclipse happens when the moon is so close to the Earth that the entire earth’s atmosphere bends its light, obscuring the moon. Because the moon is so close to the Earth, it appears much larger than usual, making the lunar energy stronger. During the Super Blood Flower Moon full moon of 2022, the moon will peak after midnight on Monday, May 16 at 12:11 a.m. ET, giving it a reddish hue.

The next full moon will occur on Tuesday, June 14, 2022, at 7:52 a.m. EDT. It will be visible in Europe, West Asia, Northeast Africa, and the Pacific. However, clouds can be unpredictable at this time of year, so be sure to check the forecast before setting out. It will be an amazing time to take photos of the full moon, so make sure to take advantage of it!

Another great opportunity to view a total lunar eclipse is the May 2022 ‘Super Blood Flower Moon’. This is an incredibly rare event, with the greatest chances for North Carolinians to witness it. While the “super blood flower moon” will start the early stages of eclipse at 9:32 p.m., it will reach totality at 11:29 p.m. and will be visible for over an hour.

Full Beaver Moon

The Full Beaver Moon in November is named after the animal that bears the same name. Beavers are nocturnal animals that use the light of the Full Moon to prepare for the upcoming winter. These mammals live in ponds, lakes, and other bodies of water and build dome-shaped lodges, complete with underwater entrances. Their front teeth never wear down and their enamel contains iron. Despite being nocturnal, the beavers spend much of the day chewing wood, so it is not surprising that they have perfect front teeth.

The fifth full moon in 2022 is known as the Flower Moon in the northern hemisphere. In the southern hemisphere, it is called the Beaver Moon and will be visible on Monday, May 16, 2022, at 15:14 Australian Eastern Standard Time. The full moon will be reddish-orange to the naked eye and will appear in the constellation Libra. However, this year’s Full Beaver Moon will be bright and beautiful, so you may want to spend some time observing it.

A full moon in November is known as a “beaver moon” because it is surrounded by a swarm of beavers. Early settlers and Native Americans set traps to catch the creatures. NASA has information on the dates of the November full moon. However, the dates for this moon can shift slightly based on the location. In Lehigh Valley, the best viewing time will occur around 6 a.m. Unlike other regions of the world, the Full Beaver Moon in 2022 is a rare opportunity to gaze at the moon without disturbing the sleeping beavers.

The next Full Beaver Moon will be on Wednesday, July 13, 2022, at 11:37 PM ET. This moon will be the last full moon to peak in 2020. The date of the Full Beaver Moon in 2022 is the same as last year’s. In addition to the date, it is also referred to as the Buck Moon. Throughout the centuries, the full moon has been given different names by different cultures. Hence, the names of the next Full Moon in 2022 have been given by Native Americans.

Full Worm Moon

The Full Worm Moon in 2022 will appear on March 20. It is the third full Moon of the year, and is best seen on the evening of St Patrick’s Day. This ephemeral moon is also known as Crow Moon, Crust Moon, Sap or Sugar. In the UK, this particular astrological phenomenon is most visible during the evening of St Patrick’s Day. This article will explain why the Full Worm Moon is so special, and when to view it.

The name “Worm Moon” is actually a reference to the earthworms that emerge from the soil during the spring season. Native American tribes named the full moon in March as the worm moon, but their ancestors called it by different names. The Ojibwe called it the sugar moon because maple sap was harvested during this time of year. In the Anishinaabe calendar, the full moon in March signifies the first day of the spring season.

The Full Worm Moon in March is the third full moon of the year and will reach its maximum illumination at about 3:17 a.m. ET on March 18. The full moon will be 99% full on Thursday night, 100% on Friday and 98% on Saturday. It is also the earliest full moon during winter and will disappear completely by mid-March. If you’re planning to celebrate the Full Worm Moon in March 2022, remember to check the calendar to make sure you don’t miss it!

The next full moon in 2022 is the Pink Moon, which will occur on Saturday, April 16, at 3:17 a.m. The next Full Worm Moon in 2022 will be the ‘Crow Moon’, because corvids have a strong reaction to the abundance of worms available during this time. Consequently, the ‘Crow Moon’ will be an excellent time for birdwatchers.

Full August Moon

The Full Sturgeon Moon occurs on Thursday, August 11, 2022. This supermoon will reach its peak illumination at 9:36 P.M. Eastern Time, so you can catch a glimpse of this rare sight just after sunset. Use the Moonrise and Moonset Calculator to pinpoint when you will see the Sturgeon Moon in your area. It’s worth checking your local sky conditions on the day of the full moon to ensure you get the best viewing opportunity.

The August Full Moon occurs during the second week of the month, on Friday, August 12. This is later in the month than the previous year, when it will be visible only in parts of North America. The August 2022 Full Moon will be an incredible sight to behold! So what can you expect? Below are a few things to look out for:

The Full August Moon will be one of the most exciting events of the year. The month will also see the first full moon following the Summer Solstice, on July 13 at 14:37 ET and 19:37 UTC. It is also known as the Full Buck Moon. The first Full Moon of the Autumn Equinox will occur on Sunday October 9, 2022 at 16:55 ET, which is known as the Full Hunter’s Moon.

It’s important to stay out of trouble on this night because Aquarius rules the eleventh house, where friendships and relationships will be strained. Despite Aquarius’s inherent petty nature, Aquarius can help us indulge in our guilty pleasures. Despite this, we should avoid romantic situations during this full moon. In a relationship, Taurus should avoid any romantic activities during the August 2022 Full Moon.

Full Leo Moon

This Full Leo Moon of 2022 may bring unexpected twists in your love life, or you may have a realization about your current flame. In either case, this lunar eclipse can provide clarity and better decision making, and can even inspire you to celebrate your accomplishments. The Moon’s energy is conducive to creative projects. You may even feel like getting a wild hairstyle, so go wild with a fringed top and shag haircut.

The full moon in Leo will also activate the eighth house of sex, death, and transformation, so be prepared for intense feelings. You may find it useful to take some time to process your emotions by channeling your inner artist. A journal may be helpful in processing these feelings. If you have an artistic flair, tap into a childhood hobby or creative activity. Depending on your zodiac sign, the Full Leo Moon of 2022 can also lighten the fourth house of home, family, psychological foundations, and property.

This Full Leo Moon of 2022 is a time for reflection and revelation. This Full Moon coincides with Venus-Mars conjunction and squares the Nodes. It will also affect relationships and a number of zodiac signs, including Taurus. Those who are single may want to find a partner who is compatible with their sign. It is important to remember that love is about balance and relating to other people.

The Full Leo Moon of 2022 is known as the “Snow Moon.” It will enter the self-assured sign of Leo at 11:56am ET on Feb. 16th. This moon will be a powerful catalyst for taking risks, and may help you decide to take some big leaps. If you’ve been holding back your inner desires lately, this may be the moon for you. You’ll feel more energized and ready for bold moves.