A total lunar eclipse will take place on 8 October 2014 @ Earth-Keeper

Exact Timings  of the Eclipsical Maximum
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A total lunar eclipse will take place on 8 October 2014. It is the second of two total lunar eclipses in 2014, and the second in a tetrad (four total lunar eclipses in series). Other eclipses in the tetrad are those of April 15, 2014, April 4, 2015, and September 28, 2015. North America, northeastern South America, the Pacific Ocean, New Zealand, Australia and eastern Asia are in a good position worldwide to watch the total eclipse of the moon on October 8. If you live in the Americas or Hawaii, the total eclipse happens before sunrise October 8. In the world’s eastern hemisphere, the total eclipse happens after sunset October 8.

 

The eclipse will be visible in its entirety over the Northern Pacific. Viewers in North America will experience the eclipse after midnight on Wednesday, October 8, and the eclipse will be visible from the Western Pacific, Australia, Indonesia, Japan, and Eastern Asia after sunset on the evening of October 8.
 
Even if the Full Moon Total Eclipse occurs in day-lite hours , as in UK and Europe and Africa, the time of the eclipse occurring is a brilliant time for meditation and co creation. It is an extraordinary opening in the dimensional veils…a special time to manifest your intents.
 
In UT October 8 Full Moon Lunar Eclipse 
 

Eclipse times in Universal Time.

 

Eclipse begins: 9:15 Universal Time (UT)
Total eclipse begins: 10:25 UT
Greatest eclipse: 10:55 UT
Total eclipse ends: 11:24 UT
Although not visible in daylight hours in UK & Europe , it is a very special time for meditation & vision:


London – Eclipse MAX – 10:55 am
Europe Eclipse MAX – 11:55 am

 


 
 
 In Australia