posted on Mar, 10 2014 @ 03:05 AM
I've read that there'll be 4 blood moons (or lunar eclipses) over 2014-2015. All 4 blood moons will occur on (or around) the Bible (Jewish) holy days
of Passover & Tabernacles (Sukkot) in both 2014 and 2015! A solar eclipse will occur on New Years Day starting the Jewish ecclesiastical (religious)
year in March 2015 while there'll be a partial eclipse on New Years Day starting the Jewish civil calendar in September 2015.
Supposedly it's an omen of significance to the Jews since other times tetrads (4 blood moons) have occurred in history important events have taken
place around the same time e.g. Spanish expelled Jews in 1492; Jews became a nation in 1948; Jews recaptured Jerusalem in 1967.
Even the Shemitah (Sabbatical Year) supposedly starts on Trumpets (Rosh Hashanah) in September 2014 and ends on the same in 2015. The last 2 times it
was a Shemitah was 2001 and 2008. And we all know what happened in those 2 years around September/October right?! 9/11 in 2001 and GFC in 2008!
I've also read of a 12th century Jewish rabbi, Judah Ben Samuel, who supposedly predicted the future of the Jews according to Jubilee years from his
time up until now and supposedly his predictions have been uncannily accurate. He predicted the next Jubilee will be in 2016-17 and the Messianic Age
will begin soon after. So I guess we'll see...
Even comets supposedly are omens of war and disaster and I've read that Comet Ison supposedly means "Disaster" in Hebrew and was vaporized by the sun
on the Jewish festival of Hanukkah on 28/11/2013!
So speculation is rife about what might occur over the next few years. We might even question if anything might occur on Purim 16/3/2014 or 5/3/2015
since it has traditionally been a time when Jews have struck out at their enemies?
Anyway some interesting years are no doubt ahead of us since the next tetrad won't come again until 2032-33.
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