There are some interesting celestial events happening tomorrow night. Here's an excerpt from an email my dad just sent me about the blue moon tomorrow: "Mars will nearly be at its closest to Earth in 10 years, shining bright red. It would be be brighter but for the light of the full moon so near. As the sky chart shows, Mars will be near the head of Scorpius, the scorpion, a beautiful constellation seen looking Southeast after dusk. Jupiter is higher up near Leo the lion, whose head looks like a giant sickle with red giant star Regulus at the lion's heart." Does anyone have any interesting suggestions for tomorrow?
It is my understanding that the Blue Moon has no special effect differently from any other full moon. It's actually based on that season to be called a Blue moon. This is between the end of spring and the beginning of summer.
I wouldn't suggest anything out of the ordinary to happen. I work according to the correspondences for that day avoiding the moon voids. If not, nothing will happen at all.