Sunday, August 28, 2016

Red Moon Over Manhattan

I can't believe I missed this one - better late than never!   Photo shows the red moon over Manhattan on the night of August 24.  Photo by Jennifer Khordi.


Why is it red?  Probably because Nibiru is reflecting it's redness upon it.

Story: Daily Mail

10 comments:

Anonymous said...

Just wondering.... Did you ever see such a big moon??? How do we know that this is authentic?

Judi

Devorah said...

From the comments at the Daily Mail site: It is not photoshopped, its all about perspective. Hold your thumb out close and next to the moon, then extend your arm, in relation to the moon your thumb gets smaller. As they said the vantage point was 25 miles away from Manhattan - they just used an incredibly powerful telephoto lens on the camera to zoom in. Kudos to them for managing to get such a still and ungrainy photo at this distance.

Anonymous said...

The Daily Mail article also includes a video explaining why the moon is red during a lunar eclipse.

This isn't something that's only happening recently. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/March_1504_lunar_eclipse

Goldie ZP said...

this one shows big and red also By Tap Vann on April 27, 2013 -

http://weeklyworldnews.com/headlines/56028/red-moon-over-new-york-city/

Neshama said...

Something doesn’t make sense to me. The moon is usually very round, this red ‘moon’ is not so round, a bit distorted. Plus, if they zoomed in the buildings would be enlarged also against the moon. This seems to have been taken close to midnight? Isn’t the sun way beyond the horizon, and maybe near sunrise on the other side of the planet? Its still hard to fathom.

Still, its a beautiful photo.

Devash said...

Our sunsets are red every evening now. Since Rosh CHodesh Elul to Yom Kippur is in the top three 40-day periods (along with Noah's Flood and Moshe's time on the mountain), I'm hoping we will soon see something significant. Maybe the fact that Parshat Re'eh (SEE!) falls out on this Shabbat/Rosh Chodesh is a hopeful sign. I hope we "SEE" outward movement towards geulah soon!!

Itzhak Drahy said...

Judi
The size of the objects on different perspective plans on a picture is different from what perceives a human eye. It's function of the focal lenght of the lens the photographer used. If you want to see a natural view on the picture, with normal proportions, you have to use a standard 50 mm lens, so the different plans will appear with the same proportions a human eye perceives. If you use a "tele" lens, to make the objects closer, the more the focal length is big, for example 100,200 mm and more, the more you see an effect of "perspective compression" so each object in the depth appears bigger than it should be in normal eye's vision, without logical proportions between the plans at different depths. That's all.
Thank you Devorah and Iyshar coach for your inspiring blog.
Itzhak, Yerushalaim

Devorah said...

Anonymous @ 10:06 - this is NOT a lunar eclipse. It is just a regular moon.

Devash: we think alike. Re'eh - you will see - so I'm also thinking we will see. :)

Devorah said...

Neshama: she zoomed in on the moon, that's all. It's just an amazing photo of a red moon.

Neshama said...

OK, its just so fantastic, doesn’t seem real. I’ve never seen anything like that in ‘real time’. I always like to find out the “how” and “what” is behind things like this. Now that Elul is coming I’m getting excited already. School here in Israel for the youngsters starts this Yom Hamishi and you should see the streets in Geula (haredi area) popping with mothers, fathers, babies, youngsters, all out buy what they need for the new school year. It looks like Erev Yom Tov.