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The full moon; A monthly report by Melvalina


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Melvalina
11/29/2023
7:26:10 AM

Morgellons - Reminds me of Reno!
Reminds me of Reno!

Hello Everyone and Welcome Once Again,

Oh my I'm late;

Once Thanksgiving is over, the turkey is no longer the animal that's the star of the show!

That's because November's full moon called the Beaver Moon rises at the end of the month and reaches its peak at 4:16 a.m. ET. on Nov. 27, 2023.

Nicknamed after the semiaquatic rodents who begin to take shelter this time of year ahead of the winter season, this month's moon began its evolution towards its fullest phase after the new moon rose on Nov. 13.

Marking the beginning of the lunar cycle, new moons typically occur once a month since the moon takes approximately 29.5 days to orbit the Earth, according to the Old Farmer's Almanac. In contrast to full moon appearances, new moons blend in with the dark night sky.

Celebrity astrologer Kyle Thomas tells PEOPLE the Beaver Moon is going to be a full moon in Gemini, the zodiac sign that "rules communication, technology and short-distance travel." He says its energy is likely to "stimulate our minds to connect with others, while "the pace of life will quicken rapidly."

Interestingly, Thomas — who's known for his cosmic guidance for celebrities, business executives and prominent influencers — tells PEOPLE that events that happen near this full moon "will be directly connected to the situations and events" from a specific day of the past.

Specifically, Thomas references the time around "the new moon in Gemini on June 18, 2023." Therefore, he says to "look back to the situations, events, interactions and plans you were involved with around then, as you will likely see similar themes emerge in the days near this full moon.

If you are thinking of using the split dosing approach for your WPS, here are the basic instructions:

For three days before and after the full moon peak, you divide your WPS dose in thirds.

Regarding whatever drop count you are at, at this time, take drops at 10:30 am, drops at 3:30 pm, and drops at bedtime as usual.

You have to be extremely careful to allow the full two hours between your WPS and your other protocol supplements.

You need to be precise with your timing, and return immediately to your regular dosing, after the six-day cycle of the full moon (three days before and the three days after).

Someone with a scientific background could explain why this works in detail, but basically it seems that by splitting the WPS, you are interrupting the reproduction cycle of the organism which is accelerated during the full moon phase.

“The city does not need the sun or the moon to shine on it, for the glory of God gives it light, and the Lamb is its lamp.” (Revelation 21:23)

God's blessings,
Mel


Melvalina
11/1/2023
6:57:05 AM

Morgellons -

Hello Everyone,

The next full moon will be this Saturday October 28th.,2023

If you are thinking of using the split dosing approach for your WPS, here are the basic instructions:

For three days before and three days after the full moon peak, you divide your WPS dose in thirds.

Regarding whatever drop count you are at, at this time, take drops at 10:30 am, drops at 3:30 pm, and drops at bedtime as usual.

You have to be extremely careful to allow the full two hours between your WPS and your other protocol supplements.

You need to be precise with your timing, and return immediately to your regular dosing, after the six-day cycle of the full moon (three days before and the three days after).

Someone with a scientific background could explain why this works in detail, but basically it seems that by splitting the WPS, you are interrupting the reproduction cycle of the organism which is accelerated during the full moon phase.


When to See the Full Moon in October 2023

The Hunter’s Moon will reach peak illumination at 4:24 P.M. Eastern Time on Saturday, October 28. It will be below the horizon, so wait until sunset to watch it rise and take its place in the sky. Like September’s Harvest Moon, the Hunter’s Moon rises around the same time for several nights, bringing early light to aide harvesting and hunting.

Want to know the exact time of moonrise in your location? Check out our Moonrise and Moonset Calculator!

The Harvest, the Hunter, and the Equinox;

For decades, the Almanac has referenced the monthly full Moons with names tied to early Native American, Colonial American, and European folklore. Traditionally, each full Moon name was applied to the entire lunar month in which it occurred and through all of the Moon’s phases—not only the full Moon.

The Harvest Moon and the Hunter’s Moon are unique in that they are not directly related to this folklore or restricted to a single month. Instead, they are tied to an astronomical event: the autumnal equinox!

God bless,
Melvalina






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