11 February 2017 is a full moon, but there will also be an eclipse. That means that there will be a blood moon.
There is a lot of confusion surrounding blood moons. A blood moon occurs during full moon when there is a lunar eclipse. During full moon when an eclipse occurs, the sun’s light passes though the earth’s atmosphere. The light is filtered and refracted due to dust and other particles in the atmosphere. Much of the green to violet light is removed, leaving more red light to hit the moon, making it appear red. The same spells you do during a lunar eclipse can be doe on a blood moon.
A lunar eclipse happens when the earth moves between the sun and the moon. The earth’s shadow then falls on the moon, and blackens it out totally on a full eclipse and partially on a partial eclipse. A lunar eclipse happens during full moon at night, and can last for several hours for a full eclipse. The night would be dark (at the time of a full eclipse), while there is a full moon.
As the moon is actually full and at its strongest, you are working with full moon energy. However, if you use the time when the moon is eclipsed in your area, especially a full eclipse, the full moon energy combines with the dark moon. This is an exceptionally good time for war and breaking spells and curses, or letting go of things.
(From Candle Magic For Beginners, by Electra Valencia)