Full Worm Moon
March’s full Moon, called the full Worm Moon, reaches peak fullness at 1:48 P.M. EDT on Monday, March 9. Look for the spectacularly bright Moon as it rises above the horizon that evening!
First Supermoon of the Year
This full Moon will also be the first of three supermoons in 2020—the other two occurring in April and May. “Supermoon” is the popular nickname given to a full Moon that coincides with perigee, which is the point in the Moon’s orbit of Earth where it’s closest to our planet.
While at perigee, the full Moon appears a bit brighter and about 7% larger than a typical full Moon. However, don’t go out on the night of March 9 expecting to see a Moon that’s noticeably more massive. Unless you were to see them side by side, the differences between a supermoon and a regular full Moon can be very difficult to perceive!
Full moons are great for all types of energy and spell work. Bring in what you have been working towards during the Waxing moon. Charge your crystals, make moon water and celebrate the passing of yet another Full Moon.