Anyone who is fascinated by the celestial bodies above will be able to take a look into the nights sky, and get a glimpse of a blood moon eclipse late tonight into early Monday morning Sept 27th-28th.

The moon will place itself right through mother Earth’s shadow, bringing itself within 356,900 KM of our planet. This means it will appear larger due to the closeness between it and Earth, which is why it’s also being called a “supermoon”, something that hasn’t been seen in some 33 years.

This heavenly event will take place between 9:07 p.m and 12:27 a.m for those of us here in the KW-GTA area in Ontario Canada.

It will be interesting to see how bright the moon will be, and the vivid color it will show.

According to Skynews, there won’t be another like this until 2018, so if you want to get a glimpse of this event, tonight would be an excellent time to do so.

Blood Moon Eclipse
Diagram courtesy SkyNews

Some say these event’s throughout mankind’s history are a sign of the times, and are important events for biblical prophecy that could be a signal for the last days.

On April 15, 2014 there was a total lunar eclipse which was the first of four consecutive eclipses, which are referred to as a tetrad.

In 1493, there were four consecutive blood moons, during the Spanish Inquisition, where some 30,000 Jews saw themselves being cast out from Sicily.

Alarms have been raised by some in the scientific community over what CERN has done, which they feel could cause a major catastrophe for earth with their experiments.

But for the majority of people in North America and around the world, they view tonight’s occurrence as a wonderful show in the sky, and an opportunity to take incredible photos of our Moon in the sky in all of its heavenly glory.