There is much talk going around astrological circles about what the astrologer, Richard Nolle, called a Super Moon. This phenomenon occurs when the Moon is closest to the earth and therefore is said to have much bigger effects than normal. In fact, in this case, the Moon hasn’t been this close to the Earth in 18 years. What makes this Super Moon even stronger is the fact that it is occurring at the same time as the Full Moon on Saturday, March 19, 2011 at 11:10am PDT. It can be expected to intensify the ‘Super Moon’ effect even further. I am not an expert on this topic, but it is impossible not to ignore the obvious effects we are seeing already. Long before the earthquake in Japan happened, the Super Moon was described as increasing the likelihood of earthquakes, tsunamis and explosions, but now we see it right before our eyes.