"My astrologist lunar friends have been quick to inform me that the rapidly coming New Year’s Eve (tomorrow) Thursday will be a very special Blue Moon. It’s called a Blue Moon because we’ve already had one full moon earlier this month. The full moon on New Year’s Eve will, I’m told, be a real “shiner” which I will be looking at from Pang Hai Valley. I’ve been advised by those who meticulously follow the phases of the moon that this Blue Moon can bring about huge changes that will come to fruition from all the work that’s been done (or haven’t done) up until that point. And because this Blue Moon is a lunar eclipse with the full moon occurring in the sign of Cancer emotions will get especially stirred enabling the opportunity to bring about a greater awareness of the contradictions between what’s needed in life and material goals into which energy is invested. During the three days around the Blue Moon I’ve been advised to set aside time to make changes. The most powerful lunar days are between December 28 and January 4, which is the ideal time to start new cycles, and to get rid of the all the old residual energy and clutter hanging around from past cycles. Shine on - Patrick"