“Hey all I want is what’s real
Something I touch and can feel
I’ll hold it close and never let it go
Said why… why do we live this life
With all this hate inside
I’ll give it away ‘cause I don’t want it no more
Please help me find a place
Somewhere far away
Yes, I’ll go and you’ll never see me again”
— Creed
Mooninties
“Try having omelets now Denver!” Mooninties
“Try having omelets now Denver!” Mooninties
“Try having omelets now Denver!”
more stuff like this here http://www.darkasylum.co.uk/industrial radiotonight comes the Moon of blood.” Some researchers are convinced that this moon refers to the biblical Apocalypse so can you see this in your part of of the world yet? One stunning feature of tonight’s eclipse will be the blood-red moon lighting the night sky — and no, it’s not a sign of the apocalypse, as some doomsdayers believe; the burnt-orange appearance is created by light dispersion. (Astronomers rarely use the term “blood moon”; a red moon is usually called a “Hunter’s Moon.”)Astronomer Fred Espenak explains that the moon could take on “a dramatically colorful appearance, ranging from bright orange to blood red,” while NASA gives a more poetic explanation:"Imagine yourself standing on a dusty lunar plain looking up at the sky. Overhead hangs Earth, nightside down, completely hiding the sun behind it. The eclipse is underway.You might expect Earth seen in this way to be utterly dark, but it’s not. The rim of the planet is on fire! As you scan your eye around Earth’s circumference, you’re seeing every sunrise and every sunset in the world, all of them, all at once. This incredible light beams into the heart of Earth’s shadow, filling it with a coppery glow and transforming the Moon into a great red orb.”Space.com estimates that around 922 million people worldwide will be able to see tonight’s total lunar eclipse. If it’s too cloudy to watch from home, you can tune into NASA’s livestream.Tonight is also the chance to see Mars up close when it passes within 57 million miles of Earth, its closest approach in six years


“Even a man who is pure at heart, and says his prayers by night, may become a wolf when the wolfbane blooms and the autumn moon is bright.” more stuff like this here http://www.darkasylum.co.uk/industrial radiotonight comes the Moon of blood.” Some researchers are convinced that this moon refers to the biblical Apocalypse so can you see this in your part of of the world yet? One stunning feature of tonight’s eclipse will be the blood-red moon lighting the night sky — and no, it’s not a sign of the apocalypse, as some doomsdayers believe; the burnt-orange appearance is created by light dispersion. (Astronomers rarely use the term “blood moon”; a red moon is usually called a “Hunter’s Moon.”)Astronomer Fred Espenak explains that the moon could take on “a dramatically colorful appearance, ranging from bright orange to blood red,” while NASA gives a more poetic explanation:"Imagine yourself standing on a dusty lunar plain looking up at the sky. Overhead hangs Earth, nightside down, completely hiding the sun behind it. The eclipse is underway.You might expect Earth seen in this way to be utterly dark, but it’s not. The rim of the planet is on fire! As you scan your eye around Earth’s circumference, you’re seeing every sunrise and every sunset in the world, all of them, all at once. This incredible light beams into the heart of Earth’s shadow, filling it with a coppery glow and transforming the Moon into a great red orb.”Space.com estimates that around 922 million people worldwide will be able to see tonight’s total lunar eclipse. If it’s too cloudy to watch from home, you can tune into NASA’s livestream.Tonight is also the chance to see Mars up close when it passes within 57 million miles of Earth, its closest approach in six years


“Even a man who is pure at heart, and says his prayers by night, may become a wolf when the wolfbane blooms and the autumn moon is bright.”

more stuff like this here http://www.darkasylum.co.uk/
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tonight comes the Moon of blood.” Some researchers are convinced that this moon refers to the biblical Apocalypse so can you see this in your part of of the world yet? 

One stunning feature of tonight’s eclipse will be the blood-red moon lighting the night sky — and no, it’s not a sign of the apocalypse, as some doomsdayers believe; the burnt-orange appearance is created by light dispersion. (Astronomers rarely use the term “blood moon”; a red moon is usually called a “Hunter’s Moon.”)

Astronomer Fred Espenak explains that the moon could take on “a dramatically colorful appearance, ranging from bright orange to blood red,” while NASA gives a more poetic explanation:

"Imagine yourself standing on a dusty lunar plain looking up at the sky. Overhead hangs Earth, nightside down, completely hiding the sun behind it. The eclipse is underway.

You might expect Earth seen in this way to be utterly dark, but it’s not. The rim of the planet is on fire! As you scan your eye around Earth’s circumference, you’re seeing every sunrise and every sunset in the world, all of them, all at once. This incredible light beams into the heart of Earth’s shadow, filling it with a coppery glow and transforming the Moon into a great red orb.”

Space.com estimates that around 922 million people worldwide will be able to see tonight’s total lunar eclipse. If it’s too cloudy to watch from home, you can tune into NASA’s livestream.

Tonight is also the chance to see Mars up close when it passes within 57 million miles of Earth, its closest approach in six years

Even a man who is pure at heart, and says his prayers by night, may become a wolf when the wolfbane blooms and the autumn moon is bright.

Photo’s taken by Jason P. of the R6-Forum.”I debated on bringing my Corsa one but honestly did not want to lug around 2 helmets on the off chance I MIGHT GET IT SIGNED. But there was another guy there the whole weekend who camped outside of VR’s pit. First day he had 3 helmets, 2nd day another 3. I talked to him and he told me he has a lot of things signed by VR. I was quite jealous. But I have mine” Photo’s taken by Jason P. of the R6-Forum.”I debated on bringing my Corsa one but honestly did not want to lug around 2 helmets on the off chance I MIGHT GET IT SIGNED. But there was another guy there the whole weekend who camped outside of VR’s pit. First day he had 3 helmets, 2nd day another 3. I talked to him and he told me he has a lot of things signed by VR. I was quite jealous. But I have mine” Photo’s taken by Jason P. of the R6-Forum.”I debated on bringing my Corsa one but honestly did not want to lug around 2 helmets on the off chance I MIGHT GET IT SIGNED. But there was another guy there the whole weekend who camped outside of VR’s pit. First day he had 3 helmets, 2nd day another 3. I talked to him and he told me he has a lot of things signed by VR. I was quite jealous. But I have mine” Photo’s taken by Jason P. of the R6-Forum.”I debated on bringing my Corsa one but honestly did not want to lug around 2 helmets on the off chance I MIGHT GET IT SIGNED. But there was another guy there the whole weekend who camped outside of VR’s pit. First day he had 3 helmets, 2nd day another 3. I talked to him and he told me he has a lot of things signed by VR. I was quite jealous. But I have mine” Photo’s taken by Jason P. of the R6-Forum.”I debated on bringing my Corsa one but honestly did not want to lug around 2 helmets on the off chance I MIGHT GET IT SIGNED. But there was another guy there the whole weekend who camped outside of VR’s pit. First day he had 3 helmets, 2nd day another 3. I talked to him and he told me he has a lot of things signed by VR. I was quite jealous. But I have mine” Photo’s taken by Jason P. of the R6-Forum.”I debated on bringing my Corsa one but honestly did not want to lug around 2 helmets on the off chance I MIGHT GET IT SIGNED. But there was another guy there the whole weekend who camped outside of VR’s pit. First day he had 3 helmets, 2nd day another 3. I talked to him and he told me he has a lot of things signed by VR. I was quite jealous. But I have mine” Photo’s taken by Jason P. of the R6-Forum.”I debated on bringing my Corsa one but honestly did not want to lug around 2 helmets on the off chance I MIGHT GET IT SIGNED. But there was another guy there the whole weekend who camped outside of VR’s pit. First day he had 3 helmets, 2nd day another 3. I talked to him and he told me he has a lot of things signed by VR. I was quite jealous. But I have mine” Photo’s taken by Jason P. of the R6-Forum.”I debated on bringing my Corsa one but honestly did not want to lug around 2 helmets on the off chance I MIGHT GET IT SIGNED. But there was another guy there the whole weekend who camped outside of VR’s pit. First day he had 3 helmets, 2nd day another 3. I talked to him and he told me he has a lot of things signed by VR. I was quite jealous. But I have mine” Photo’s taken by Jason P. of the R6-Forum.”I debated on bringing my Corsa one but honestly did not want to lug around 2 helmets on the off chance I MIGHT GET IT SIGNED. But there was another guy there the whole weekend who camped outside of VR’s pit. First day he had 3 helmets, 2nd day another 3. I talked to him and he told me he has a lot of things signed by VR. I was quite jealous. But I have mine” Photo’s taken by Jason P. of the R6-Forum.”I debated on bringing my Corsa one but honestly did not want to lug around 2 helmets on the off chance I MIGHT GET IT SIGNED. But there was another guy there the whole weekend who camped outside of VR’s pit. First day he had 3 helmets, 2nd day another 3. I talked to him and he told me he has a lot of things signed by VR. I was quite jealous. But I have mine”

Photo’s taken by Jason P. of the R6-Forum.

I debated on bringing my Corsa one but honestly did not want to lug around 2 helmets on the off chance I MIGHT GET IT SIGNED. 

But there was another guy there the whole weekend who camped outside of VR’s pit. First day he had 3 helmets, 2nd day another 3. I talked to him and he told me he has a lot of things signed by VR. I was quite jealous. But I have mine