A rare supermoon lunar eclipse will happen this Sunday night. Space.com reports that this trifecta of a full moon, lunar eclipse and lunar perigee (when the moon is in the closest part of its orbit to Earth) hasn't happened since 1982 and won't happen again until 2033.

According to the current forecast, we should have a good view of the skies Sunday night for the eclipse, which starts at 8:11PM Sunday September 27th. Check out timeanddate.com here for an estimate of the progression.

Those on the West Coast will miss the beginning stages of the eclipse because they will happen before moonrise.

So, besides a cool sky show, what does this mean?

One particular pastor claims that this is an indicator of 'The End Times' and they're planning special sermons.

My friend Connie Ranshaw, owner of Coyote Wisdom in Lansing, says this occurrence is a great time to let go of the old and make room for the new; clean out closets and get rid of what you don't need; change up your daily routine in the areas of your life that need some 'refreshing' and if you're wanting to take any big leaps, this is a great time to do so.

Certainly it's a good time to gaze up at the night sky and be in awe of the vastness of our universe and our tiny place in it.