On Monday morning, 16th of May 2022, the Sun, the Earth and the Full Moon will align and we get to see a Lunar Eclipse everywhere in Ireland. When the Full Moon moves into the shadow of the Earth the direct light of the Sun is prevented from getting to the surface of the Moon. But because light bends in our atmosphere some secondary Sunlight will touch the Full Moon and this is how it gets a red colour. It all happens in the south west just before Sunrise / Moonset and it is all accompanied by Uranus (not a naked eye object), Venus, Jupiter, Mars, Saturn, the Milky Way and Tlachtga (Antares Bright Star) - Tlachtga is a super giant red star and sets near and at the same time as the Blood Moon. The Sun rises with the Pleiades aka the Seven Sisters just behind it. What a fantastic eclipse morning it promises to be if we are lucky and there is no cloud cover! Please send in any pictures and we will share them with all friends of the Celtic Druid Temple giving credit to the photographer unless anonymity is preferred.