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By Michael Snyder
Is Israel going to be involved in a war during the blood red moons of 2014 and 2015? According to ancient Jewish tradition, a lunar eclipse is a harbinger of bad things for Israel. If that eclipse is blood red, that is a sign that war is coming. And blood red moons that happen during Biblical festivals seem to be particularly significant. There was a “tetrad” of blood red moons that fell during Passover 1967, the Feast of Tabernacles 1967, Passover 1968 and the Feast of Tabernacles 1968. And of course the 1967 war during which Israel took full control of Jerusalem took place during that time period. There was also a “tetrad” of blood red moons that fell during Passover 1949, the Feast of Tabernacles 1949, Passover 1950 and the Feast of Tabernacles 1950. If you know your history, you already are aware that the Israeli War of Independence ended on July 20th, 1949. So does the blood red moon tetrad of 2014 and 2015 signal that another season of war is now upon us?
The upcoming blood red moon tetrad was discovered by Pastor Mark Biltz of El Shaddai Ministries. He found that this is a very rare event that has only happened seven times since the crucifixion of Jesus Christ. This upcoming blood red moon tetrad will be the eighth occurrence. The following is a chart of the upcoming tetrad that Pastor Biltz created…
For a more extensive explanation of the blood red moon tetrad phenomenon, please see the video posted below where Pastor Biltz discusses it in more detail…
But what Pastor Biltz does not mention is that blood red moons are considered to be an omen of war for Israel according to ancient Jewish tradition.
This ancient tradition is even recorded in the Jewish Talmud. The following is from an article by Alf and Julie Saunders…
Of course the Jewish Talmud is most definitely NOT scripture, but it is very interesting to note that Jews have considered blood red moons to be a sign that “the sword is coming to the world” for a very, very long time.
And it is also important to note that all of the blood red moon tetrads over the past 2000 years have fallen during very important time periods when blood was shed.
For example, there was a blood red moon tetrad during the 32 AD/33 AD time period. Many believe that this is the time period when the crucifixion of Jesus took place. The following is another chart from Pastor Biltz…
And this pattern holds up during other red moon tetrads as well.
The following is an excerpt from an article by Alf and Julie Saunders…
Pretty compelling, eh?
Prior to the last century, the last red moon tetrad happened during 1493 and 1494…
The chart below summarizes much of what was discussed above. Could we see a major war involving Israel during this next tetrad?…
But if the U.S. attacks Syria, there is a very good chance that Syria will attack Israel. In fact, Syria has already released a list of potential targets that it may strike inside Israel.
If Syria does send missiles raining down on Israel, we will undoubtedly see Israel strike back.
And then we will have a full-blown war in the Middle East on our hands.
The Scriptures tell us to pray for the peace of Israel and for the peace of Jerusalem, and that is what we should do.
Let us hope that cooler heads will prevail.
But right now it appears that the world is steamrolling toward war, and the upcoming blood red moons are certainly a very troubling omen.
Let us hope for the best, but let us also prepare for the worst.
It is also interesting to note that there will also be another blood red moon tetrad in 2032/2033.
Could those dates be significant as well?
Or is all of this blood red moon stuff just a bunch of mumbo jumbo?
1Thessalonians 5:16 -18 Rejoice evermore. Pray without ceasing. In every thing give thanks: for this is the will of God in Christ Jesus concerning you. KJV
Our present Christian Bible is comprised of books that in turn, relate to other sacred scriptures that were not included in the Bible we have today. I think it prudent that we not disregard these 'missing links.' Commonsense dictates that a Bible scholar should always attempt to improve his understanding of God's plan for the world.
I know that my own understanding, as poor as it is, has been greatly enlightened by the Book of Enoch and others. I would never dispute the Talmud.
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