BLOOD RED MOONS AND JEWISH HIGH HOLY DAYS

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Mark Biltz, pastor of El Shaddai Ministries, in Bonner Lake, Washington. Mark Blitz, discovered a pattern of blood red moons and solar eclipses on very significant dates in the Jewish calendar in the coming years, particularly between 2012-2015.

These findings collaborated with the same type of sequences which have taken place on the Jewish calendar in the past which were important events in the history of Israel and the Jewish people.
Moreover, he found that these phenomena have not occurred in previous centuries in the frequency and on the important Jewish feast and Fast days as they have since Israel became a nation and most importantly, in the sequence in which we are going to occur in the next few years and which don’t happen again in the whole of this century.

THE PAST PATTERN
The pattern which Mark Blitz saw was four blood-red moons on each of the Jewish feast days one after another in the same year. Looking back, this occurred the last time in 1997-98 and was 2,000 years since the birth of Yeshua the Messiah and 3,000 years anniversary of Jerusalem being established as the city of our King.
* First Day of Passover, April 3, 1996
* First Day of Tabernacles, September 26 1996
* Feast of Purim, March 22-23 1997
* During “Teshuva” (Repentance), on September 16, 1997

In 1967-68 it was tied to the war which was staged against Israel by Egypt and Jordan in which Jerusalem came back into Israel’s jurisdiction once again.
The Six-Day War — 1967
* First Day of Passover, April 24, 1967
* First Day of Sukkot, Oct. 18, 1967
* First Day of Passover. April 13, 1968
* First Day of Sukkoth, Oct. 6, 1968

The previous time to that was in 1948-1950 which was the period of time after Israel became a nation when the Arab States waged warfare against her and tried to destroy the newly born nation.
The War of Independence — 1948
* Passover, April 13, 1949
* Sukkoth, Oct. 7, 1949
* Passover, April 2, 1950
* Sukkoth, Sept. 26, 1950

Before that 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 Sukkot.

The next set of blood-red moons going back in time were at the time of the Spanish Inquisition in its final year 1492, when the Alhambra Decree ordered all remaining Jews who would not convert to Christianity to leave Spain, where there were three of these occurrences.

Altogether, this occurrence of back-to-back blood-red moons has occurred seven times since 1 A.D. on some of the most significant days in Jewish history. In all of these examples, the eclipses have fallen on the first day of the feasts of Passover and Sukkot.

Note that total eclipses of a blood-red moon are rare and for them to fall on Jewish Feast days makes them even more significant.

THE COMING LINE UP OF BLOOD-RED MOONS
In this coming line-up Mark Blitz noted a rare phenomena of four consecutive total lunar eclipses, known as a “tetrad” (i.e. a group of four). He says during this century, tetrads occur at least six times, but what’s interesting is that the only string of four consecutive blood moons that coincide with God’s holy days of Passover in the spring and the autumn’s Feast of Tabernacles (also called Sukkot) occurs between 2014 and 2015 on today’s Gregorian calendar. This had also been the case in 1948-50 and 1967-68 and 1997-8.

Other interesting facts
* Passover is the first annual feast
* Sukkoth is the seventh and final annual feast

* The next seven year cycle in the Biblical calendar begins on Rosh Hashanah (1st Tishri) on Sept. 30, 2008, and ends on Rosh Hashanah on Sept. 13-14, 2015.
The Biblical calendar is set up in a seven year cycle wherein the seventh year is a sabbath year.

* The sabbatical year (the seventh year) in the seven-year cycle begins on Rosh Hashanah on Sept. 25, 2014, and ends on Rosh Hashanah on September 13-14, 2015 — the day of a partial solar eclipse.
So the Sabbatical year itself is earmarked with four blood-red moons, being concluded with the fourth on Rosh Hashanah and a solar eclipse on the same day – September 13-14, 2015.

This is the what will occur in 2014–2015
* Blood-red moon on the first Day of Passover, April 15, 2014
* Blood-red moon on the first Day of Sukkot (Tabernacles), Oct. 8, 2014
* Solar eclipse on the first of Nisan, beginning of the religious year, March 20, 2015
* Blood-red moon on the first Day of Passover, April 4, 2015
* Blood-red moon on the first Day of Sukkot (Tabernacles), Sept. 28, 2015

And then on the Feasts in 2015 itself:
* Blood-red moon on Rosh Hashanah or The Feast of Trumpets, September 13-14
* Solar eclipse on Sukkot (Feast of Tabernacles), September 13-14
* Blood-red moon on Yom Kippur (Day of Atonement), September 23
* Blood-red moon on Sukkot (Feast of Tabernacles), September 28

Note. that this includes two solar eclipses, one on the first day of the Hebrew year in 2015 and the next on the high holy day of Rosh Hashanah/Feast of Trumpets 2015, the first day of the seventh Hebrew month.
Both of these take place in the 2014-2015 year.
The two Solar eclipses connected with the Holy Days in 2014-2015 are:
Adar 29/Nisan 1(new year) March 20, 2015
Feast of Trumpets September 13, 2015

Mark Biltz says, “You have the religious year beginning with the total solar eclipse, two weeks later a total lunar eclipse on Passover, and then the civil year beginning with the solar eclipse followed two weeks later by another total blood red moon on the Feast of Sukkot all in 2015.”

“The fact that it doesn’t happen again in this century I think is very significant,” Biltz explains.

Writing about the amazing discovery in the May 2008 issue of Prophecy in the News, J. R. Church declares, “This is most unusual. It is a rare occurrence for four lunar cycles on successive Passover and the Feast of Tabernacles (Sukkot) observances. It will not happen again for hundreds of years.”

With this amazing sequence, we need to keep in mind Joel’s prophecy, “The sun shall be turned into darkness, and the moon into blood, before the great and the terrible day of the LORD come.” Joel 2:31

The ancient Jewish calendar only went to the year 5775, counting from creation.
It has been reckoned that the Rabbis reconciled the calendar after Yeshua’s death to conceal the fulfillment of Daniel’s 70 year prophecy as pertianing to Him as the Messiah.
In doing this their calendar is said to be 240 years out.

On this basis, adding 240 years would bring their calculations to 6015 which parallels our dating system for the year 2015.

Considering the fact that the Rabbis understood that there would be a 1,000 year milleniun to follow this age totalling 7,000 years for mankind on this earth, the end of their calendar does not indicate the end of the world as some might think as the Mayan calendar seems to indicate.

When the Mayan calendar is adjusted to the Jewish calendar, the end date comes to 2015 and not 2012. The Mayans, Aztecs and the Chinese calendars all finish on the same time.
However, they lack the illumination of the revealed will of Almighty God as given in the scriptures upon which the Jewish calculations are made.

We have seven “days” of 1,000 years before this earth is dissolved to create a new heaven and a new earth. Praise His Name! (Baruch HaShem).