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There IS something about the moon! Dear god, nearly crashed the car when I noticed - so I then pulled over in the fields, went out and looked again. There is a redish light glowing from the left side (so where the moon is devided in light and shadow now) and a blue light at the bottom and slightly to the right. I have been rubbing my eyes just to make sure they were OK, but it is there!! Look at it for 15 to 20 seconds and you'll see. And the longer you look, the brighter it gets. It was 17h30, if that should be of importance to any one.
I hope there is no scientifical explanation for that... if there is, then I am truly sorry for giving you hope... But it looks great!

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I was already afraid that would happen... :-/
Took my friend outside to see what he can see, but it is slightly clouded now. Will try again later tonight.
now dont crash the car like that, gotta get used to seeing weird stuff...! LOL
I just saw the moon again for the first time in about three weeks.

It seemed to rise slightly early, and was rather bright for being in the waxing phase, but no blue and red light that I could see through the window.
Bullocks... really hoped other people would see it as well.
I feel slightly foolish now that I have mentioned it here and it starts to make me doubt... But fortunately I have this inner "being" telling me it is there. It will stay there. Maybe it's the same as that Oct. 14 thing, some people did see a ship, many others didn't. My advice; keep on looking. I am confident many more things will start to show/happen.
To Reb: LOL... but I think I will take the bike when the night falls, just to be sure ;-)))
i was looking at the moon last night through binoculars 10*50 and can see a blue ring like an aura round the moon also there is yellow as well which i got in a photo very cool but dont know if it is just an optical illusion.
Finally! You made my day :-))
Like an aura indeed. Sometimes it seemed to be growing bigger, even brighter, then it moved smaller again. The yellow is something I didn't notice. Namaste.

kosi said:
i was looking at the moon last night through binoculars 10*50 and can see a blue ring like an aura round the moon also there is yellow as well which i got in a photo very cool but dont know if it is just an optical illusion.
sorry, its the same old moon that been there for millions of years, no different.
i think you are chasing a white elephant
I know what I saw and know what I feel. I am sorry if that does not resonate with you. I hope you will see it one day as well. Maybe you will see other things which I won't. Maybe we all get our own little signs.

Andy (UK) said:
sorry, its the same old moon that been there for millions of years, no different.
i think you are chasing a white elephant
Although I haven't notice a red glow, when we were out the other night looking at christmas lights I kept looking at the moon and yes I did see a blue glow around it !!
Yes it'is true that the moon looks different.
Two days ago I saw it. It was so beautiful....I saw the blue glow and also some rays in violet.
So, I coulden't resist to take a photo. I used my phone because I had no my camera with me. That's why the quality in not so good, but at least you can see the special colors.

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Can't say i've seen the Red but i have seen the Blue glow on the right side. It look weird to me cause the glow is not even. On a crystal clear night it looked like it had "chunks" of glow. I took some picture. They're a bit blurry but they do look somewhat similar to what i saw.

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Hello,
I looked at the Moon and I also saw a blueish and pinkish aura that would grow bigger the longer you look; but I am pretty sure is a natural phenomenon, when your eyes are trying to focus on something bright.. When I looked through binoculars, the moon didn't have any aura...

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