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What You Need to Know About the Blood Moon Lunar Eclipse on Nov 18-19, 2021 (the Longest in Nearly 6 Centuries)

Video Source: Ask Angels with Melanie Beckler 

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Learn what the energy of the Blood Moon Lunar Eclipse on Nov 18-19, 2021 means for you and how to tune into the opportunities and navigate the challenges here now. Message by Melanie Beckler.

According to NASA, for people on the U.S. East Coast, the partial eclipse begins a little after 2 in the morning on Nov 19, reaching its maximum at 4am—that’s when you’ll really want to be watching the moon. For those on the West Coast, the partial eclipse begins at 11 p.m. on Nov 18, with a maximum at 1 a.m.