Nasa states that there will be four blood moons from April 15, 2014 to October 2015. They have given the dates of these events.
Of significance, the first blood moon is on Passover April 15.
The next is on Sukkot 10/8/14.
A solar eclipse will occur on Adar 3/29/15 the day of Nissan, the Jewish day of celebration when the Isrealites were freed from Egyptian bondage.
Two more blood moons will occur: Passover April 4, 2015 and again Sukkot 9/28/15.
Each moon is on a significant day in Jewish history.
Is this mere coincidence? What are the written historical accounts of blood red moons? I looked into recorded events over the last 2000 years and was quite surprised to find that many of the blood-red moons have occurred on the first day of Passover and the first day of Sukkot on back-to-back years seven times since 1 A.D. Three of these occurrences were connected to 1492 (the final year of the Spanish Inquisition), 1948 (statehood for Israel and the War of Independence), and 1967 (the Six-Day War) — some of the most significant days in Jewish history.
The others were in 162/163 A.D., 795/796 A.D., 842/843 A.D. and 860/861 A.D. There are not any specific historical connections for these years at this time other than significant Jewish persecution during the eighth and ninth centuries.
In all eight examples, the eclipses have fallen or will fall on the first day of Passover and Sukkot.
There were no astronomical back-to-back blood-red moon events in the 1800s, the 1700s or the 1600s. In the 1500s, there were six, but none of those fell on Passover and Sukkoth. The 2014/2015 events will be the last this century.
I have in my blog sporadically delved into serious HMMMM….. issues. This one just blew my mind. Is this co-incidence that all these moons occurred on days that are significant in Jewish history? Or are they a sign of God acknowledging His people?
At the very least, I hope you will wonder and go Hmmmm…..