SOMETHING happened to the moon tonight

I've never seen this before, and need confirmation that both; I saw what I saw, and that it's not normal!
In between 8:45 and 9:00pm (US Central Time) I was driving to the gym and noticed the moon east/slightly northeast rising in a crescent phase BRIGHT RED no clouds, just right there like this


about 30 degrees above the horizon. I only had my camera phone with me, and when I stopped and looked through the viewfinder you could barely make the image in it. So I was like "screw it" and went in the gym, not without giving it another look before I went in.

When I came out of the gym at 10pm . . . .

the moon was full! And it's right there sitting full right now. SOMETHING had to have been obscuring the moon. You just don't go from crescent to full in one hour! Am I the only one who noticed this? Am I so ignorant that this is normal and I just lived in my ignorance my whole life? Anyone there?


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Comment by Patricia on July 29, 2010 at 8:42am
Strangely enough that KM saw something but was unable to identify what it was. It's cloudy here, mainly light clouds as of this moment (11:40 PM) and with the clouds as light as it's floating by you could see the moon even when it's waning. But tonight no moon to be seen yet. I've gone out many times, and still no moon. I could see stars between clouds, and it's pitch black instead of dark blue.
Comment by KM on July 29, 2010 at 7:28am
This evening as I was looking out West, from my deck, here in NW Saskatchewan, there was an unusual shape in the WNW on the horizon just above the tree line. I didn't think much of it but looked anyway as it was some what brighter than the surrounding clouds, circular and really rather large for something on the horizon. I got my camera, but it didn't capture anything other than street lights on it, even with a zoom lens. I then went back inside and came out half an hour later to see if the object was still there, and it was, in the same place. Again, I went back inside and left it for half an hour to go back outside again to see if it had moved and it had not, the object in the sky was still there and still glowing dully with clouds flitting across it. I just went to check on it again for the forth time andit is still there, has anyone any idea what it could be? the dark twin? or something else? Times I checked were 10:15/10:45/11:10 and 11:20pm It is a clear - ish night with some cloud on the horizon, but other than that with the stars and light polution not much can be seen but this object is in the sky on the horizon and it is pretty obvious it's spherical and just right there in the WNW! It isn't the sun set playing tricks, not when it went down around 9pm and the same light stayed in the sky for the last hour and a half in the same spot!
Comment by Bonnie Vann on July 29, 2010 at 5:08am
Hey, everyone........isn't the bottom line that there WAS a shadow cast on the moon to create the crescent - per the reply that Nancy got from the Zetas? ......or am I reading something wrong?
Comment by Patricia on July 29, 2010 at 4:20am
I just remembered when I first saw the crescent moon, and looking at Beenthdondat's photos, my crescent moon was upsidedown, and I just realized it was coming up over Camelback Mountain which is where I live. The Camelback hump part of the mountain made me think it was a crescent moon at the time, so in all honesty, I erred in my judgment. But later that night when I went outside I did see the moon it was so brightly lit that I couldn't see the craters and features, and the clouds were orange colored which I did video and submitted it. I do have photos to show how I was mistaken with the moon appearing as a crescent moon, as well as the Sun rising in the NE direction over the Camelback Mountain which is unusal. I will try to provide the photos later.
Comment by Lexsion on July 28, 2010 at 10:26am
translate.google perhaps not so as to translate, sorry
Comment by Beenthdonedat on July 28, 2010 at 8:52am
@Lexsion, These aren't pictures that I took (if you read my post) I couldn't take a picture/s because my camera phone was unable to get it even through the viewfinder, these are just examples, IE; stock photos to explain what I saw, again, if you read my post. Thence the word "like" before this, as in "in comparison."
Comment by Lexsion on July 28, 2010 at 8:33am
First, the news shocked me, but I began to carefully look at the pictures of the moon. What is wrong here. And that's what!
Look!

Expand this picture to the left by 90 degrees. and compare it with the picture below.

Get.

What does it mean?
It can not take the moon and turn 90 degrees?
Explain! ?
Comment by Beenthdonedat on July 28, 2010 at 7:46am
Thanks Allan, I totally missed that post of yours . . . http://poleshift.ning.com/profiles/blogs/tell-me-the-moon-is-normal-in
Comment by Kris H on July 28, 2010 at 2:56am
How was this not noticed by many people? I can't find anything on a quick Internet search. Someone had to see it and photo it. I know there's a cover up, but this should be popping up somewhere other than here. This is good proof, if we had pics. How would they explain away that one?
Comment by KM on July 28, 2010 at 2:11am
A freind of mine happened to have been out of the city and noticed the moon almost bright red with the sky at night being tinged red. If it hadn't been mentioned about px she would have thought it was something else. She too noticed the unusual shadow across the face of the moon.

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