Four Blood Moons

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On Sunday (September 27, 2015) Earth's shadow will begin to dim the "supermoon" slightly, beginning at 8.11 p.m. EDT. U.S. and much of the world, a total lunar eclipse will mask the moon's larger-than-life face for more than an hour. The result: a so-called "blood moon" that some in religious circles are suggesting will signal an end of the world type of event -- a doomsday. The Blood Moon Prophecy is a hypothesis proposed by some Christian ministers, such as John Hagee and Mark Biltz, which states that an ongoing tetrad (a series of four consecutive lunar eclipses—coinciding on Jewish holidays—with six full moons in between, and no intervening partial lunar eclipses) which began with the April 2014 lunar eclipse is a sign of the end times as described in the Bible in Acts 2:20 and Revelation 6:12. The idea of a "blood moon" serving as an omen of the coming of the end times comes from the Book of Joel, where it is written "the sun will turn into darkness, and the moon into blood, before the great and terrible day of the Lord comes." This phrase is again mentioned by Saint Peter during Pentecost, as recorded in Acts, although Peter says that date, not some future date, was the fulfillment of Joel's prophecy. The blood moon also appears in the book of Revelation chapter 6 verses 11 - 13, where verse 12 says " And I beheld when he had opened the sixth seal, and, lo, there was a great earthquake; and the sun became black as sackcloth of hair, and the moon became as blood". Will the world end in just a few short days, after the 4th Blood Moon? Well, before you jump to any hasty conclusions, let me tell you about the Blood Moon Prophecy. Then you can make up your mind.

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