Frequencies Type: Isochronic Tones Cosmic Octaves discovered by a Swiss mathematician and musicologist named Hand Causto in 1978.
This frequency is associated to:
· 2nd Chance/s to get things right.
· New Paths.
· Renewal (New projects opportunities, Healing, Re-invention, etc).
· Apocalipse (Truth Revealed) - Prophetic Timelines & Spiritual Portals.
· Healing Shadow Work.
· Creative Force/s.
· Increased Luck.
· Passion / Motivation / Own Will / Desire.
· Pleasure / Libido / Sexual Energy Ascension / Spiritual Connection.
· Emotional Unlocks / Katharsis.
· Psychic Enhancement (Smother skills, Easier Alien Contact, Focus...).
· Etheric, Waters, Third Eye, Starseeds´Superior Planes and Expression.
When Is The Next Blue Moon?
The next blue moon takes place on 31 August 2023. As this Moon is also a supermoon, it will be a Super Blue Moon. It will be situated directly opposite the Sun's position in Earth-based longitude, manifesting at 21:36 Eastern Daylight Time (EDT).
Coinciding with this celestial event, the planet Saturn, on the cusp of reaching its nearest and brightest point for the year, will share proximity with the Moon. As twilight transitions into nighttime, Saturn will be positioned about five degrees to the upper right of the Moon. Over the course of the evening, Saturn will seemingly trace a clockwise path around the Moon.
The full Moon will be visually complete for approximately 3 days encompassing its peak, spanning from Tuesday night through to Friday morning. While different criteria are employed to determine what qualifies as a "super" Moon, consensus is reached that both of the full Moons in August 2023 meet the criteria.
We only get a Blue Moon once every couple of years –but one is on its way and after a tumultuous 2023 it could signal pretty powerful change. The Full Moon appears in her shimmering glory twice this month (August 2023.) She appeared on the 1st and she’ll be back again on the 31st.
This moon is particularly exciting. August’s Full Moons are also ‘Supermoons’, appearing 14% bigger and 30% brighter in the sky due to being in closer proximity to the Earth.
August’s Blue Moon means we have double the chances to detox from any stresses and dramas that have been going on in our lives. We’ve had a really intense first half of 2023, we’ve seen Pluto change signs, and that only happens every couple of decades.
We’ve seen Saturn change signs, which happens once every couple of years.
Jupiter has also changed signs and we’ve had some intense eclipses.
Now the astrology will be much more soft and gentle. It’s a really good time to release any rubbish from the first half of the year. Even if you didn’t work with the first Full Moon of the month, work with this second Full Moon.
Understand The Energies:
Every Full Moon has a different energy depending on the astrology, and August’s Blue Supermoon is in dreamy Pisces and offers an opportunity to explore intuitive abilities. It’s a mystic moon, so connect with your inner psychic,’ is encouraged.
Is recommended the work with your favorite lunar deities and starseed races
(Hekate, Noctulius, Murmur, Sabnock, Shugara...)
A good question to ask is: ‘What can I do to make the most of this Blue Moon?’ Some people regard the Blue Moon as being lucky, and the astrology this month nods to good fortune.
There’s a harmonious angle to Jupiter, the planet of good luck and the traditional ruler of Pisces. Jupiter is also about being happy, cheerful and adventurous. Therefore, you can expect positive turnarounds, although this shouldn’t be overstated.
The term Blue Moon is thought to come from the old word for blue ‘belewe’, which means to betray. However, August’s Blue Moon is not one to approach with caution.
We’ve had some really intense Full Moons this year, but this is a pleasant one.
It’s especially good for Taureans, Cancerians, Virgos, Scoprios, Capricorns and Pisceans, but can be a bit challenging for the other signs.
That said, positive shifts can still happen and journaling around this time can help. Around the Blue Super Moon, revalue everything, rethink, revisit and revise. Expect good things, as opportunities may open up. Every Full Moon is the chance to turn a corner.
You have to put the work in but even if you do it once, it will make a difference.
In case you were wondering, the Blue Moon doesn’t appear blue in the sky, this is just a turn of phrase. Every Full moon has a ‘nickname’ and August’s moon is known as the Sturgeon Moon in Native American tradition. When two Full Moons fall in a month, they go by the same name, therefore, this month there are two Full Sturgeon Moons.
The length of the moon’s cycle is 29.5 days, but due to varying calendar months, two Full Moons can sometimes appear. Being a short month with only 28 days, February will never have a Blue Moon. It’s also worth mentioning, being bigger and brighter in the sky, the Super Blue Moon is a powerful time to cleanse and charge crystals by the moonlight. If you forgot earlier this month, this is a second chance.
A Ritual For Letting Go:
While we’re not saying this Blue Moon will offer any quick fixes, being aware of it and working with its energies can help you release negativity and it can be done with this simple ritual.
To help release the rubbish, write your troubles down on paper.
-Who do I need to forgive?
-What do I need to forgive myself for?
-What am I letting go of?
-What am I releasing?
Safely burn the paper in a fire as you set the intention to release all upset, jealousy and resentment into the flames.
Blessed Full Blue Moon!
Blessed Be The New Path!
Please calm yourself, find a relaxing space, you could light a candle and some incense (Recommended: Jazmine, Sage, Rosemary, Mint, Eucaliptus or fresh floral essences) focus on getting in tune with the planet´s energies, a meditative state closer to its resonance. Please use headphones.