Posted by: Bert and Tania | March 17, 2011

Extreme Supermoon threatens Megamoon and Potentially Causes Natural Disasters

As if we needed any more natural disasters – this Saturday an ‘Extreme Supermoon’ is coming. The moon will be closer to the Earth than it has been for 18 years and at the same time will be a full moon. It’s going to be massive. Super extreme.

According to this article, a noted astrologer Richard Nolle is certain that “Huge storms, earthquakes, volcanoes and other natural disasters can be expected to wreak havoc on Earth.”

We just wanted to say in public that there is no link between a Megamoon and an extreme supermoon, although we can see how people could be confused. If any of the aforementioned disasters take place this weekend, then it is Richard’s fault, not ours.

P.S. Thanks to our friend Ruth for alerting us.
P.P.S. I stole the photo from the internet.

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Responses

  1. I am glad this came on comic relief day, otherwise I might have been bemused by the mix of shockhorror and moonpun

  2. Thanks for your comment, Ali. Well, we survived extreme supermoon day. I had a look and it looked exactly like it did the day before. Bright. Whether it’s gravitational field had anything to do with the earthquake we will never know but it seems incredibly unlikely!


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