Supermoon Crimes

PUBLISHED: 8:43 PM 31 Jan 2018
UPDATED: 12:36 AM 1 Feb 2018

Historic Super Moon Triggers Rash Of Horrifying Crimes

Some of these are dubbed as rituals.

A rare and wondrous sight to behold!

There are few things as rare and which are witnessed in one lifetime that is comparable to the Super Blood Moon that has happened on Wednesday morning. Most people are mystified by the grandeur of seeing what Fox News reminds us has not happened since “Andrew Johnson was President, the second dome on the U.S. Capitol was completed, and Jesse James completed his first robbery.”

Others have darker, more malevolent intentions.

According to the Express, this already rich time for those who practice Satanism and the dark arts is made even more inviting to such practitioners during this usual event in the heavens. Both animal and human sacrifices are sure to occur (often willing) and Lucifer himself is said to be summoned, as well.

During just a normal recent full moon, “the famous Dartmoor ponies” in the U.K. were “found in a circle of fire with its tongue, eyes, and genitals mutilated and belly slit from end to end.” This is a hallmark of some forms of ancient Celtic cults, though not reflective of them all.

The Satanist website called “The Open Scroll” lists the coming satanic holidays as:

Jan 29 – St. Agnes Eve which is prime time for the casting of spells  

Feb 2 – Candlemas (Sabbat Festival) which celebrates blood, animal, and human sacrifice  

Feb 2 – The Satanic Revels, which celebrates Satanic sexual rituals

No one is sure what kinds of evil and terror may happen, but as was the case with the ponies, more than one person is certainly involved in these more bloodthirsty covens. This is not the work of “weekend Satanists” or an angry teenager listening to a few Marilyn Manson records.

For those not looking to summon demons or sip blood, “NASA has started its live stream of the total lunar eclipse,” referred to as a Super Blue Blood Moon,” which is quite rare. The filming started at 5 a.m.

For those wondering, a full moon happens every 30 (29.5) days and a blue moon is a month with two full moons in it (one is to happen this coming March). This “occurs because the Earth is passing between the Moon and the Sun, which gives the Moon a reddish tint to it,” and it shall happen twice in 2018. Then, not again for 19 years.

Compared to how infrequent Wednesday’s display was, however, that is nothing! We are told that when a “Blue Moon combined with a Supermoon (when the Moon is at its closest point to Earth and appears to be 14 percent bigger and 30 percent brighter than normal)” happens, it is known as “a Super Blue Blood Moon.

Supermoons show themselves roughly every 14 months, with the next being in 2019. However, Fox tells us that the “last time all of these events occurred simultaneously in North America was 1866,” so those getting an eyeful are as lucky as those who saw last year’s solar eclipse.

By 7:11 a.m. it is all over and hopefully not too many innocent animals (or people) have met there end as those more sinister practices are underway. It will be a long time until we get to see this again as a species and it should be looked upon with reverence.

The fact that we are seeing so many “signs in the heavens” has made many of us ready take notice.

Sources: Fox NewsThe Conservative Daily Post – The Express