Card of the Day..March 21st

THREE OF PENTACLES – Success.

You may find that you are now being praised for your achievements, encouraged with your projects and rewarded for your efforts
As a result of this you will feel extra confident and your self esteem will be high.
Others may start to notice your success and word of your skills and talents may spread, you have made a name for yourself and can now enjoy respect and admiration

Crystal of the Day..Bloodstone…

Bloodstone represents Healing.
Remember the importance of your health. In order to fully experience the physical side of life, the body needs to be clean and vibrant. When the forces of life can flow through you freely,the great treasures of this lifetime will follow.

Bloodstone, also known as heliotrope, is a dark green Chalcedony with red inclusions of red oxide or red jasper that resembles blood. Legend says that when Jesus was crucified, spathes of blood fell on the green stone giving it the red splashes. This has imbued the stone with Christ’s energy, giving the crystal energies that help healing

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Full supermoon at March 2019 equinox

The March 20-21, 2019, full moon ushers in the first full moon of spring for the Northern Hemisphere, and the first full moon of autumn for the Southern Hemisphere. This full moon is also a supermoon, particularly close to Earth. It comes less than four hours after the arrival of the March 20 equinox.

This is the closest coincidence of a full moon with the March equinox since March 2000 – 19 years ago. The full moon and March equinox won’t happen less than one day apart again for another 11 years, until March 2030.

For our friends in the Southern Hemisphere, this March full moon counts as your Harvest Moon. The Harvest Moon is the full moon occurring closest to the autumnal equinox. On the average, the moon rises about 50 minutes later with each passing day. But for several days around the time of the Harvest Moon, the lag time between successive moonrises is reduced to a yearly minimum. For instance, at 40 degrees south latitude, the moon now rises some 30 to 35 minutes later (instead of the average 50 minutes later) each day for the next several day

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