Tonight we have a rare event in the skies, know as the “Black Moon:.
A Black Moon” is defined as the second new moon in a month. This Moon occurrence is not good for sky-watching. New moons occur when the moon’s orbit takes it between Earth and the sun, leaving the Moon not illuminated. This phase of the moon is impossible to see: New moons are in the same part of the sky as the sun, so they rise and set with the sun. They are overwhelmed by its glare, and appears to be black, so you cannot see it.
This Black Moon is about new beginnings and celebrations: On the evening of October 2, the moon will shine on Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish New Year. On October 3, the Moon will mark the beginning of Muharram, the first month in the Islamic lunar calendar.
Tonight is a wonderful time to set your intentions and do some manifesting. Create a list of all the amazing things you want to accomplish, and burn them in the evening.
You can use Joss Paper from the Asian Market .Be sure to burn your paper in a safe place.