Friday, March 18, 2011


Predictions for the “Super Moon”
Marion Pellicano Ambrose 

Tonight and tomorrow night, the moon will be as close to the earth as it has been in almost 20 years. Scientists refer to this as a “Super Moon”, but because this evening the moon will be at the fullest part of its cycle, it’s being referred to as an “Extreme Super Moon”. Some people believe that the moon’s gravitational pull during this phenomenon, also called a “lunar perigee”, causes catastrophic disturbances here on the earth.

An American astrologer named Richard Nolle, claims to have predicted disasters such as the World Trade Center Bombings in 1993. He now predicts dangerous storm surges, catastrophic earthquakes, and severe storms will occur because of the influence of this Super Moon during the period of March 16th through the 22nd.  He pointed out that the Christchurch earthquake of 2010 (7.1 on the Richter scale) and Hurricane Katrina (2005), both took place during a lunar perigee.

Regardless of the possible impending doom, the spectacle in the night sky on March 18th and 19th will be a site to behold. The moon will seem bigger than life and present a perfect photo opportunity for camera buffs and star gazers alike. 

So who will be correct, the astrologer or the scientist?  We just may find out tonight!


  1. Does this mean the toilets will flush in the opposite direction??

  2. I can tell you for certain, I worked in a hospital and a full moon causes all kinds of strange behavior in people! I can imagine what could happen with a "Super Moon"!!!!!!!!

  3. Thank you Russ for getting me interested in the Super Moon!

  4. Don't underestimate the forces of nature! I'm not saying to believe all the hype, just don't be blind to what's been happening on our planet these past few years. Be prepared for anything!