Alignment of Mars with the Earth and the Sun.
Four Blood Moons on Sacred Holy DaysThe two most sacred Jewish holy days are Passover and the Feast of the Tabernacles. Both of these holy days always begin on a full moon. Passover is in the spring and begins on the night of the first full moon after the vernal equinox. The Feast of the Tabernacle is in the fall and begins the night of the full moon after the fall equinox.
This year and next year, there will be a lunar eclipse on these holy days occurring on April 15, 2014; October 8, 2014; April 4, 2015, and September 28, 2015. An lunar eclipse during a full moon is also called a blood moon because the moon looks red. During the lunar eclipse, the Moon passes fully into the shadow of the Earth and it’s no longer being illuminated by the Sun. However, a red light is cast passing through the Earth’s atmosphere reaching the Moon which makes the moon appear to turn to blood.
Having four consecutive “blood moons” occurring at approximately six-month intervals is a phenomenon called a tetrad. The most unique thing about the 2014-2015 tetrad is that all of them are visible for all of the USA. People in North and South America will be able to see the entire eclipse, while sky watchers in the western Pacific can catch only the last half.
| Photo was taken March 16, 2014. The last full moon before the vernal equinox.|
Four Solar Eclipses
(including an Total Eclipse creating the Ring of Fire)
Solar Eclipses occurs when the Moon passes between the Sun and the Earth and directly blocks the light of the sun. Because the moon is located between the Sun and Earth the dark side of the moon is facing Earth and is in a New Moon phase. On April 29, 2014 there will be an annular eclipse visible in Southern Hemisphere and then on October 23, 2014 there will be a partial eclipse visible for all of North America. On March 20, 2015 on the Spring (Vernal) Equinox there will be a total Eclipse and then one more on September 13, 2015.
|Photo taken in 2012 at the Parowan Gap as the moon begins to pass in front of the sun before the Total Solar Eclipse forming a "Ring of Fire" in the photo below.|
|Photo taken of the same Total solar eclipse down at Parowan gap in 2012.|
I have shared this on a previous post but wanted to repeat:
"The Lord created the heaven. The Ancients viewed the heavens as being a testimony given to us on the earth. From the surface of the earth, the sun occupies a space, even though the sun is over a 100 times larger than the earth. The space of the sun occupies from the firmament of the earth is exactly the same as the space in the firmament that is occupied by the moon. Although the moon is one sixth the size of the earth. From the surface of the earth, they are identical in size, so much so that when you view them on the ecliptic that they are located, one can block out the other entirely in an eclipse. Because all these things were ordained by God to testify in the heavens about Him and about His work. And those things are bearing testimony. And they are telling you something."
I believe with these rare astrological events are signs in the heavens. And yes, they are telling us something.
Sidenote: I thought this was an interesting symbolic image and story. LINK