MigreLief’s Super Blue Blood Moon Special – $4 OFF

January 30th, 2018

Visable before sunrise,  Wednesday, January 31st – Witness a Rare Lunar Phenomenon
If you live in the western part of North America, Alaska or the Hawaiian islands, set your alarm for early Wednesday morning on Jan 31st to witness 3 lunar phenomenons that have not happened simultaneously for 150 years:  A Supermoon, a Blue Moon and a Blood Moon.

A Blue Moon is the second full moon in a month with two full moons. The first full moon this month was on January 1st.

A Blood Moon is a totally eclipsed moon and usually looks red because the earth passes between the moon and the sun, and while the moon crosses through the shadow of the Earth it reflects all of Earth’s sunrises and sunsets.

If that isn’t enough… it is also a Supermoon which is when the moon is at its closest point to earth and appears to be 14% bigger and 30% brighter than normal.

This rare phenomenon is called a “Super Blue Blood Moon” and the last time all of these events happened at once was in 1866. That is the year Andrew Johnson was president, the second dome on the U.S. Capitol building was completed, the U.S. Congress passed the Civil Rights Act and approved the minting of a nickel 5-cent coin to replace the half-dime, and the year that the first bank robbery in U.S. history took place in daylight, which is also considered to be the first robbery by Jesse James and his gang.

So take advantage of this rare predawn vision.  Depending upon where you live, your viewing time and experiences will be different.  It will be easier to see in the west and more of a challenge to see in the east.  The eclipse begins 5:51 a.m. eastern time.  NASA will show a live link beginning at 5:30 a.m. eastern time.

And for MigreLief fans, we are offering a lunar special…

$4 OFF and any MigreLief formula or Calm & Clever memory/stress supplement.
Coupon Code;  LUNAR  Redeem at MigreLief.com or call 1-800-758-8746.

(Expires 2-4-18 (One per customer – may not combine specials)