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SIGNS IN THE HEAVENS: 11 Eclipses On Days Of Biblical Significance

Everyone talks about the four consecutive "blood moons," but they were part of a larger story: 11 eclipses falling on Jewish holy days.  Jesus said there would "be signs in the sun, moon, and stars" (Luke 21:25).

1. April 15th, 2014: the first "blood moon," a total lunar eclipse, on the Feast of Passover


2. October 8th, 2014: the second "blood moon," a total lunar eclipse, on the Feast of Tabernacles


3. March 20th, 2015: a total solar eclipse on Nisan 1, the biblical New Year


4. April 4th, 2015: the third "blood moon," a total lunar eclipse, on the Feast of Passover


5. September 13th, 2015: a partial solar eclipse signals the beginning of the Feast of Trumpets


6. September 28th, 2015: the fourth "blood moon," a total lunar eclipse and super moon visible over Jerusalem, on the Feast of Tabernacles


7. March 9th, 2016: a total solar eclipse on Nisan 1, the biblical New Year


8. March 23rd, 2016: a penumbral partial lunar eclipse on the Feast of Passover


9. September 1st, 2016: an annular solar eclipse signals the beginning of the Feast of Trumpets


10. September 16th, 2016: a penumbral partial lunar eclipse on the Feast of Tabernacles


11. August 21st, 2017: a total solar eclipse across the middle of the United States on Rosh Chodesh


And how about signs in the stars?  There are many of those too.

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5 comments :

  1. Erm ... isn't this trivial?

    The new moon marks the first day of a Jewish calendar month. Solar eclipses only occur at a new moon. The biblical New Year (#3 and #7; also #5 and #9 but see note below) is always on the first of the month; so a solar eclipse on the biblical New Year is nothing special. Rosh Chodesh (#11) is another name for the first of the month, so again nothing special.

    The full moon is always around 14 days after the new moon. Therefore there will always be a full moon around the 15th of a calendar month. Lunar eclipses only occur at a full moon. Passover (#1, #4, and #8) is always on Nisan 15; the Feast of Tabernacles (#2, #6, and #10) is always on Tishrei 15. Nothing special here either.

    NOTE: But I know this website is full of ignorance, because they didn't know the biblical New Year (#3) and the Feast of Trumpets (#5 and #9) are the same holiday, nor did they seem to know that the first of the month and Rosh Chodesh (#11) are the same thing too.

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    1. I'm not as " wise " as you in all matters of science but I think the point here is way larger than you can read.
      Aug. 21st 2017 will come a great visual to behold with the eye, from a Great God who created all things. But also on this great day He has sent all with "ears to hear" to not only see but know who really is in charge. If you look deeper my friend you will see that He has sent this time to be placed on a Jewish Holiday for a reason . I am not jewish myself..my family is from Texas Ha ha . But I have a real testimony of really knowing God. So this whole thing caught my attention. As I read I found that Rosh Chodesh Elul is beginning on this marvelous day of the total solar eclipse . Its A time set to search our hearts before God. It's a time set for repentance. To get our hearts aligned with Him. That Christ may bring light to all those darkened hearts. To look and see who you have wronged and make things right. I feel that point of what God wants us to see is much harder cause our hearts are harden and like the Bible says the god of this world, satan, has blinded the eyes of men. But still in God's goodness and great mercy He has provided many chances to get right with Him. May it be done soon . For today is the day of salvation.

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    2. Scoffer! Woe unto you!

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  2. as in the days of Noah... Matthew 24:37-39King James Version (KJV)

    37 But as the days of Noah were, so shall also the coming of the Son of man be.

    38 For as in the days that were before the flood they were eating and drinking, marrying and giving in marriage, until the day that Noah entered into the ark,

    39 And knew not until the flood came, and took them all away; so shall also the coming of the Son of man be.

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  3. God is so marvelous beyond words and has created the universe and its workings and the timing of everything according to His plan in such a marvelous way. It is just so awesome the way He has always had everything timed to happen since infinity past.

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