On the 26th August, Krakatau erupted in 1883, in one of the largest eruptions in recent time. It erupted 8 days after a Full Moon on the 18th August 1883. This Full Moon was at 25 degrees of Aquarius, the same degree as the Full Moon penumbral eclipse we just experienced 2 days ago on the 18th August 2016.
In 133 years we have 7 x 19 ( Metonic Cycle).
The current Full Moon penumbral Lunar Eclipse on the 18th August in 2016
is a Metonic cousin of the Full Moon before the Volcanic eruption of Krakatoa in 1883.
The stand out transit is Saturn will be opposite at 9 Sagittarius with
Mars joining him on the 24th August.
This is only 2 days before the 133 year anniversary.