Last week I unfortunately listed the wrong date for the blood moon eclipse. The eclipse will not occur on Easter morning, but Saturday morning April 4, 2015. I don’t know where I read the wrong date, but I apologize for the misinformation. I hate to admit that this post has been very popular, so I hope no one misses seeing the blood moon because of my mistake.
We have had some interesting astronomical phenomena happen over the past few months. We have already experienced two of the four blood moon tetrads, which have occurred during Jewish Feasts. A blood moon is a total lunar eclipse. On Friday, March 20th we experienced a total solar eclipse, Super moon, Spring Equinox all on the same day. This eclipse marked the halfway point between the first blood moon and the 4th blood moon.
The next blood moon will not only happen during the Jewish Passover, but it also occurs on the day before Easter, April 4, 2015. This event will be visible in North and South America, Asia and Australia. If you live in the Eastern time zone, you will only be able to see a portion of the eclipse. It will begin around 5:35 AM Eastern and end 10:58 AM Eastern time. Those living in Central, Pacific and Mountain will have a better view. For more information, visit www.timeanddate.com.
There is also something extra special about Passover this year, which begins at sundown on April 3, 2015 or Nissan 14. This day is also Good Friday, which is the day that Jesus was believed to be crucified. So the year 2015, is identical to the year which Jesus was crucified. Easter in 2015 will be celebrated on the exact anniversary that Jesus arose from the dead. This day will be commemorated with a blood moon. Let’s also not forget that 2015 is a Shemitah year. You will have to read my other posts if you don’t know what the Shemitah year is.
Many Christians are skeptical about the blood moons, but they need to wake up. God is trying to get our attention in many different ways. What will it take for them to wake up? The end of time is drawing to a close before our very eyes.
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