Supernatural Full Moons

The Paranormal Names And Enchanted Effects Of The Full Moons

The Earth’s Moon has always been a mystical celestial body whose unseen paranormal forces affect a variety of supernatural creaturesWerewolves being the number one entities under the Moon’s spell. In the supernatural community we give the most used names for the Full Moon of any given month. However in some months a metaphysical force might be more dominant thereby causing a name change.

  • January – Wolf Moon – The name is derived from the unusually high number of Werewolves who uncharacteristically form into vicious packs.  Most Werewolves are loners.  Considered the second most dangerous Moon next to the Blood Moon of October.  The unseen lunar forces that transform Werewolves greatly increases in the month of January after being suppressed by the forces of good during Decembers Yule Moon due to the Spirit Of Christmas.  It’s called the Wolf Moon rather than the Werewolf Moon since many don’t want to believe in the living hell that are Werewolves.  In addition actual wolf packs howl in fear as the Werewolves dominate the night.  Called the New Year’s Moon if it falls on the 1st.  The Spirit Of Christmas along with the angelic Baby New Year effectively nullify the Wolf Moon.
  • February – Ice Moon – Name comes from the ice ridden nature of February which at times can seem like the heart of winter.  Also called the Snow Moon due to the abundance of snowfall.  No unusual effect on Werewolves.  If it falls on Valentine’s Day then it’s the Valentine’s Moon effectively thawing the Ice Moon out.
  • March – Storm Moon –  Werewolves will tend to be more aggressive during March storms whether snow or rain.  However the luck of Saint Patrick’s Day helps protect humans from the Werewolf menace.  Falling on the 17th makes it Saint Patrick’s Moon,  the Leprechauns Moon, or the Lucky Moon.  In essence the luckiest Moon of the year!  If the Full Moon falls on the Spring Equinox then it’s the Spring Moon.
  • April – Pink Moon Considered the second safest Moon of the year with the Yule being the first. The Pink Moon originally got its name from the first flowers of summer which are pink moss, and pink phlox in some areas.  Flowers used in various mystical potions, and spells which may play a role in the Moon actually appearing pink in some places.  Angle of sunset, clouds, and air pollutants might cause a somewhat pink hue in some areas as well.  However the true deep pink color is magical in origin, and is caused by various practitioners of magic channeling the power of spring, and even the Spirit Of Easter which still hangs in the air of April thanks to the beloved Easter Bunny.  Anywhere near the world’s only known Werehare, aka Easter Bunny, or the Spirit Of Easter will also experience the full pink colored Moon without witches, warlocks, wizards, or sorcerers having a hand in it.  If the Full Moon falls within a week of Easter it’s the Egg Moon.  If on Easter Sunday then it’s the Easter Moon. Activity it extremely safe during these Moons with Easter being the safest.
  • May – Flower Moon – Name comes from the first flowers of Spring.  No unusual effect on Werewolves.


  • June – Goddess Moon – No unusual effect on Werewolves.  If the Full Moon falls on the Summer Solstice then it’s the Summer Moon.  Most call it the Strawberry Moon due to the ripening of small fruits during this month.  However in the paranormal community we know that practitioners of magic perform grand ceremonies for the Summer Solstice, and pay homage to all manner of Earthly Gods, and Goddesses in particular.  Especially the Goddess Gaia of the Earth.  All Moon Goddesses have great power during this month.
  • July – Thunder Moon – Name derived from abundance of thunderstorms during the month of July.
  • August – Lightening Moon – No unusual effects for Werewolves under normal conditions.  However during lightning storms some who get struck by lightning can develop temporary electrokinetic properties.
  • September – Harvest Moon – The first full moon closest to the autumnal equinox causes  werewolves to have more power due to the increased moonlight.  Although it doesn’t increase aggression all that much.  The harvest moon also causes them to leave the woods and prowl about farm fields.  Greater chance of running into a werewolf crossing roadways or through people’s backyards.  Much increased chance of contact with people which fuels their lust for blood and fresh meat.  Werewolves being human in origin are naturally drawn to human meat.  The big bright harvest moon is often used by farmers to continue working into the night which places them in harms way as well.  If the Moon falls on the Autumnal Equinox then it’s the Autumn Moon.
  • October – Blood Moon – The Blood Moon, or Sanguine Moon, is considered the most supernaturally dangerous Full Moon of the year due to the dark forces conjured up by Halloween.  It is also the Moon of Werewolf origin. The closer the Full Moon is to Halloween the more dangerous it is.  There is a general increase in all paranormal activity with heightened aggression.  Werewolves in particular become more ferocious than usual.  Also called the Hunters Moon due to the popularity of hunting during this time of both a normal, and paranormal nature.   If it falls on Halloween then it’s the Halloween Blood Moon.
  • November – Dark Moon – Name derived from first frost of the season. No unusual effects on Werewolves.
  • December Yule Moon – Considered the safest Moon of the year thanks to the Spirit Of Christmas that creates cuddly harmless white Werewolves.  In many cases Werewolves won’t transform at all during the Yule Moon.  Evil paranormal activity is greatly decreased.  When the Moon falls on the Winter Solstice it’s called the Winter Yule Moon, and Christmas it’s called the Christmas Yule Moon.


Other Paranormal Moons

  • New Moon – Ferocious Manticores come out to play!
  • Blue Moon –  A second full moon in any given month. This results in a super werewolf similar to the Super Moon werewolf. Four full moons in a season rather than the usual three tends to not have any supernatural sway. However, the 13th full moon of the year in December nullifies the usual good Yule Moon and werewolves run rampant through Christmas when normally they’re dormant.
  • Friday The 13th Full Moon – Causes demonic possession of werewolves.  Demonic werewolves are the most violent and deadly of all werewolves.  Only albino werewolves come in a close second followed by Super Moon werewolves.
  • Super Moon – Moon closest to Earth.  Causes an extra powerful & aggressive hulked out werewolf.
  • Lunar Eclipse – Causes werewolf de-transformation yet they maintain their werewolf persona in human form going on serial killing sprees.  It’s also rumored that the werewolf virus is vulnerable during an eclipse and that there’s a chance for a cure and the restoration of full humanity.
  • Violet Moon
  • Super Blue Blood Moon Eclipse
  • Black Moon Second New Moon in any given month.