Super Blood Wolf Moon Lunar Eclipse Just Another Doomsday Invention?

Is the upcoming super blood wolf moon lunar eclipse just another doomsday invention? According to Ryan F. Mandelbaum, science writer at Gizmodo, it totally is. Mandelbaum has completely debunked the cacophony of voices that are claiming that the approaching lunar eclipses should be actually understood as a super blood wolf moon eclipse.
In Mandelbaum’s most recent Gizmodo post, he states:
They’re called lunar eclipses. Don’t call them “blood moons.” Don’t call them “super blood moons,” either. And a “Super blood wolf moon” is not a thing, so don’t ever utter that phrase. Just call them Lunar eclipses. Please.”
Well Mr. Mandelbaum, the conspiracy theorists at Q106.5 FM radio are not having it as one their online writers is clearly spreading a message that claims their will be a “Super Blood Wolf Moon” eclipse that they will not want to miss. The station’s writers even attempts to explain to his audience that the term “Blood Moon” is a reference that describes the red color that emanates when the Moon invades earth’s shadow during a lunar eclipse.
But that is exactly what Mandelbaum makes clear; and he is quite emphatic with his clarification. He says, “Let’s start with the facts.” Mandelbaum then explains that from January 20 to January 21 a lunar eclipse will occur once the Moon enters the Earth’s shadow. He furthers points out that eclipses exclusively results when the Moon is new or full during its ecliptic cro

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