The August 2020 Lightning Moon Eclipse Werewolf Warning

The Full Moon of August is most commonly known as The Lightning Moon in the supernatural world. Although, it is also known by the related name of The Thunder Moon. In the mainstream world it is most often called The Buck Moon due to prominent antler growth in male deer and other related species. We would only call it the Buck Moon if some manner of Deer Gods or Goddesses gained control of its power. It’s the Lightning Moon as it is controlled by various Gods of Thunder and Lightning including the King Of Gods himself Zeus. Under a joint higher dimensional agreement he shares control with the other Gods Of Thunder such as the legendary Thor! It’s no coincidence that July is often a turbulent weather season of Thunderstorms and Tornadoes.🐺

The Lightning Moon Werewolf

Under normal weather conditions we see no unusual effects on Werewolves. However the Thunderstorms of this particular Moon interact with the metaphysical lunar energies that govern Werewolves and their demonic DNA. It causes them to become electrically charged! You can see it in their fur standing up that may even displaying some jumping electricity bolts. The expanded fur makes the hairy horrors look even bigger than they are! Read The Rest Of This Electrifying Werewolf Warning On Our Paranormal Activity Forecast Blog…⚡️

The Werewolves Of The Wolf Moon Penumbral Eclipse

The Wolf Moon of January has the unique trait of bringing together the vast majority of Werewolves. Generally, Werewolf packs, as seen in entertainment media, are in the minority in real life. They lie within the realm of those who can control their transformations or are actually aware of what they are. Even if a person knows they suffer from the Lycanthropy Virus their natural instinct is to be a low profile loner. There’s also the fact that it’s not easy for the average Werewolf in human form to find others of their kind if they’ve never had any previous contact with the supernatural world.🌕

The Frightful Formation Of Paranormal Packs

The metaphysical energies of the Wolf Moon exponentially hyper-activates a part of the werewolf brain that allows it to find others of its kind. This is far beyond what their sense of smell could detect. It also simultaneously sends out a blasphemous beacon of a psychic sort. These two paranormal phenomenon reach out to each other from anywhere between 50 to 100 miles. Thus allowing werewolves to easily coalesce together. They then battle it out to see who will be the alphas, betas, and omegas of the newly formed packs. Normally wild werewolves meeting each other results in a bloody battle to the death! The pack mentality only occurs during this moon or among those who have some level of human sentience while in furry form.🐺

The Abominable Snowman Yeti Factor

For those experiencing severe winter weather the probability of Yeti activity is very high! They usually follow winter storms and blizzards from the Arctic. Despite steering clear of urban and residential suburbs they do hunt humans for sport and dinner! These giant white furry abominations have a dark intelligence that motivates them to play cat and mouse games with people in remote areas. Hunters, hikers, snowmobile riders, and campers are prime targets! In this case, they could be your savior if you are faced with a rapid werewolf pack. The Abominable Snowman is beyond powerful and will take on the biggest threat presented to it. The big beast will not hesitate to attack an entire pack of werewolves thereby allowing you to make your escape! Once the Yeti takes down the Alpha ,and the next few in the line, the rest usually flee in a terror that werewolves almost never feel! As you hear the unholy roars and screeches don’t look back! Just run as fast as your feet can carry you into the dark cold shadows of the nefarious night!☃️ Read The Entire Werewolf Watch Forecast On Our Paranormal Activity Blog…

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