When the Full Moon of April falls within 24 hours of Easter it is not the usual Pink Moon. It becomes the Holy Easter Egg Moon under the authority of The Easter Bunny. The holy nature of the lunar light is a gift to humankind that quells most werewolf activity. This magnificent Moon will be the second safest Moon of the year. Naturally, the safest is the Holy Yule or Christmas Moon of December. The Easter Egg Moon is at its holiest and luckiest in places where it appears slightly egg-shaped in the sky. In some instances, it may appear pink or yellow emulating the floral colors of Easter. These signs indicate the Easter Bunny and his eggstatic emissaries are in the general vicinity.
This Moon is so holy due to the Easter Bunny being a living Saint who was cursed into being the world’s only known Werehare. His real name is Saint Egbert and he adds his own holy power to the Easter holiday mix. Despite this seemingly unbreakable curse he embraced his role as The Easter Bunny and utilizes the Spirit Of Easter to battle the forces of paranormal darkness! Most will spot him as a common bunny but only the luxuriously lucky will see him in his six-foot-something humanoid rabbit form! If the bunny is in this form, you can bet something big is about to go down. Often, he is preparing to aid someone under attack by evil entities!🐇
Most Werewolves will not transform under this magical Moon. Generally, ones who have been werewolves for a good number of years. They develop a slight natural resistance to the lunar light over time. Something that can be further honed through meditation exercises. Other werewolves will transform into docile wolves that are far smaller than usual. They will have adorably fluffy fur and ears thus somewhat resembling The Easter Bunny. If their eyes are glowing pink then they are under the complete spell of The Easter Spirit. You may approach these Easter Werewolves and pet them. It is an exercise that will bring you great luck! Read The Latest Easter Egg Moon Alert On Our Paranormal Activity Forecast Blog…🐰