Significance of Four Blood Moons coinciding with Jewish feasts; Passover and Sukkot

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Significance of Four Blood Moons coinciding with Jewish feasts; Passover and Sukkot
Significance of Four Blood Moons coinciding with Jewish feasts; Passover and Sukkot

This is the significance of four blood moons happening closely together coinciding with Jewish feasts; Passover and Sukkot.

Sukkot is the feast of tabernacles

NB: In a blood moon, the moon disk is not blacked out but turns into blood coloration. A moon turns into blood in a lunar eclipse.

Significance of a blood moon

God declares;

And I will show wonders in the heavens….before the coming of the great and terrible awesome day of the Lord (Joel 2:30-31, Acts 2:19-20).

And there shall be signs in the sun, and in the moon, and in the stars…. And then shall they see the Son of man coming in a cloud with power and great glory. Now when these things begin to happen, look up and lift up your heads, because your redemption draws near (Lk 21:25, 27, 28).

God gave (us) His children on earth lights in the firmament of the heaven for signs and seasons, and for days and years.

And God said, Let there be lights in the firmament of the heaven to divide the day from the night; and let them be for signs, and for seasons, and for days, and years (Gen 1:14).

See God is light; the sun, the moon and the stars have no light on their own.

The moon turning into blood is a heavenly wonder immediately before the coming of Jesus Christ. See 10 prophesied heavenly wonder immediately before the coming of Jesus Christ.

God says,

Joel 2:30-31: And I will show wonders in the heavens and in the earth, blood, and fire, and pillars of smoke. The sun shall be turned into darkness, and the moon into blood, before the great and the terrible day of the LORD come.

Acts 2:19-20 And I will show wonders in heaven above, and signs in the earth beneath; blood, and fire, and vapor of smoke. The sun shall be turned into darkness, and the moon into blood, before that great and notable day of the Lord come.

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 (Rev 6:12)

The Jewish Talmud, an important Jewish text used to identify religious Jewish law and the Moses five books known as the Torah indicates that,

  • If the moon is in eclipse (moon turning into darkness) is a sign of wrath coming upon Israel
  • In case of a blood moon eclipse, and if is as red as blood, it is a sign of a sword coming
  • If the sun turns into darkness (solar eclipse) is a sign of wrath coming to the world

In summary

Lunar eclipse = bad omen for Jewish people and Israel

Blood moon = Sword coming

Solar eclipse = Bad omen for the world (sign of wrath coming to the world)

A single moon turning into darkness (lunar eclipse) happens fairly regularly but for four moons turning into darkness closely together is extremely rare. There has been only 62 occurrences of four moons turning into darkness closely together since the first century.

But a much rare case is for four moons turning into darkness happening closely together each coinciding with Jewish feasts; Passover and Sukkot.

Realize that a moon turns into blood during a lunar eclipse but this occurrence is so extremely rare.

Significance of four blood moons happening closely together coinciding with Jewish feasts; Passover and Sukkot

Four blood moons happening closely together each coinciding with Jewish feasts; Passover and Sukkot is an extremely much rare phenomena.  

Since the first century there has been only 9 occurrences of four blood moons happening closely together each coinciding with Passover and Sukkot.

In the past, the rare appearance of four blood moons happening closely together each coinciding with Jewish feasts; Passover and Sukkot has coincided with major events for Israel and the Jewish people.

Major historical events for Israel and the Jewish people coinciding with the appearance of four blood moons in Passover and Sukkot

As said, since the first century there has been only 9 occurrences of four blood moons happening closely together coinciding with Jewish feats; Passover and Sukkot. Therefore we see 9 major historical events for Israel and the Jewish people.

These are: –

1st occurrence of four blood moons coinciding with Passover and Sukkot in 32-33 AD

  • Passover, 14th April 32 AD – Blood moon
  • Sukkot, 7th October 32 AD – Blood moon
  • (Adar, 19th March 33 AD – Total solar eclipse)
  • {Friday 3rd April 33 AD Crucifixion darkness (Sun turns into darkness)}
  • Passover, 3rd April 33 AD – Blood Moon
  • Sukkot, 27th September 33 AD – Blood moon
crucifixion blood moons
crucifixion blood moons

On Friday 3rd April 33 AD, there was a total solar eclipse and a blood moon. This is the day Jesus was crucified (Mt 27:45, Lk 23:44).

Event: – Jesus crucified on the cross in Calvary and the following Christians persecution by Saul (Paul).

2nd occurrence in 70-71 AD

  • {Adar, 30th March 70 AD, Sun turns into darkness (Total solar eclipse)}
  • Passover, 14th April 70 AD – Blood moon
  • Sukkot, 8th October 70 AD – Blood moon
  • {23rd September 70 AD – Total Solar eclipse (with Venus and Mercury in conjunction)}
  • (Adar, 20th March 71 – Total Solar eclipse)
  • Passover, 3rd April 71 AD – Blood moon
  • Sukkot, 28th September 71 AD – Blood moon

Event: – Romans came down to Israel

In 70 AD, the Roman Army conquered Israel ending over 1,000 years of Jewish rule over the Holy land. The Romans annihilated Israel; there was great unbelievable suffering of the Jews and on the 9th of Av according to the Hebrew calendar or August 4th 70 AD, the Romans destroyed the 2nd temple.

See in the fulfilled 70 weeks of Daniel.

3rd occurrence in 162-163 AD

  • Passover, 17th April 162 AD – Blood moon
  • Sukkot, 11th October 162 AD – Blood moon
  • Passover, 6th April 163 AD – Blood moon
  • Sukkot, 30th September 163 AD – Blood moon

Event: – Colosseum Martyrs & World Wide Plague

These four blood moons coincided with the persecution of Jews and Christians in the history of the Roman Empire. The persecution occurred during and after the four blood moons coinciding with Jewish feasts; Passover and Sukkot.

In addition, the four blood moons coincided with famine and plague. Within 3 years the Antonine Plague killed a third of the Roman Empire’s population. The Tiber River which flows through the city of Rome flooded it’s banks in the Spring of 162 AD, killing most animals in Rome and destroying much of the city. A severe Famine resulted.

4th occurrence in 795-796 AD

  • Passover, 9th April 795 – Blood moon
  • Sukkot, 3rd October 795 – Blood moon
  • Passover, 28th March 796 – Blood moon
  • Sukkot, 21st September 796 – Blood moon

Event: – Charlemagne halts Islamic invasion of Europe

Four blood moons occurred on the Jewish Passover and the Feast of Tabernacles in 795–796 AD while King Charlemagne of the Holy Roman Empire established a DMZ buffer zone between France and Spain, ending centuries of Arab invasions into Western Europe.

5th occurrence in 842-843 AD

  • Passover, 30th March 842 – Blood moon
  • Sukkot, 23rd September 842 – Blood moon
  • Passover, 19th March 843 – Blood moon
  • Sukkot, 12th September 843 – Blood moon

Event: – Dividing of Rome Empire and persecution of Jews

Four blood moons occurred in 842 and 843 AD and a lot happened in those years that affected both Christians and Jews. In 842 a synod in the Eastern Church reaffirmed the use of icons, which had been banned for the second time in 814.

In Europe, Muslims had been attacking Sicily for several years as they attempted to conquer Italy and Europe, and this continued as they attacked and captured Messina in Sicily in 842.

In 843 the Treaty of Verdun divided the Holy Roman Empire into three parts. This affected Jews adversely because the French were tolerant of Jews, but when the French no longer had power over most of Europe, then anti-Jewish feelings were allowed to manifest, leading to persecution of the Jews.

6th occurrence in 860-861 AD

  • Passover, 9th April 860 AD – Blood moon
  • Sukkot, 3rd October 860 AD – Blood moon
  • Passover, 30th March 861 AD – Blood moon
  • Sukkot, 22nd September 861 AD – Blood moon

Event: – Persecution of Jews by Russians and Christians persecution by communists

Saint Cyril and Saint Methodius began translating part of the Bible into the Old Slavonic language, which helped in the conversion of the Slavs (Russians). This later led to a great persecution of the Jews by the Russian Christians. The Russian Christians were themselves later severely persecuted by the Communists.

In 861 Muhammed al-Mudabbir arrived in Egypt and tripled the jizya (tax) on Christians and Jews. Because so many could not pay the tax, they filled the prisons. The churches were looted and confiscated.

7th occurrence in 1493-1494

  • Passover, 2nd April 1493 – Blood moon
  • Sukkot, 25th September 1493 – Blood moon
  • (7th march 1494, Total Solar eclipse)
  • Passover, 22nd March 1494 – Blood moon
  • Sukkot, 15th September 1494 – Blood moon

Major event: – Expulsion of the Jews from Spain

Over 200,000 Jews were expelled from Spain. Tens of thousands of them died while trying to reach safety.

Horrible crimes were committed against the Jews including knifing deaths by brigands who believed a terrible rumor that they had swallowed gold and diamonds, so they literally searched for treasures in the stomachs of the expelled Jews.

8th occurrence in 1949-1950

  • Passover, 13th April 1949 – Blood moon
  • Sukkot, 7th October 1949 – Blood moon
  • (10th January 1950 – Total solar eclipse)
  • Passover, 2nd April 1950 – Blood moon
  • Sukkot, 26th September 1950 – Blood moon

Event: – re-establishment of the state of Israel in 1948 and the ensuing 1948 Arab-Israeli War

There were four blood moons on the eve of the creation of the Jewish state of Israel in 1948 and 1950, and just after the 1st Arab – Israeli War for Independence (May 15, 1948 – March 10, 1949).

9th occurrence in 1967-1968

  • Passover, 24th April 1967 – Blood moon
  • Sukkot, 18th October 1967 – Blood moon
  • (Total solar eclipse 2nd November 1967)
  • Passover, 13th April 1968 – Blood moon
  • Sukkot, 6th October 1968 – Blood moon

Event: – 6 day war

The four blood moons coincided with the Six Day War in 1967, when Israel liberated Jerusalem and captured additional land. Jews were able to return to Jerusalem after 2000 years of exile.

See that when four blood moons happen closely together coinciding with Jewish feasts; Passover and Sukkot, there is an event for Israel and the Jews.

And if there is a total solar eclipse within the four blood moons with the solar eclipse also coinciding with a Jewish feast, there is an event for the world.

The 2014-2015 four blood moons coinciding with Jewish feasts; Passover and Sukkot are the 10th to occur since the first century.

The 2014-2015 blood moons will occur on: –

  • Passover, 15th April 2014 – Blood moon
  • Sukkot, 8th October 2014 – Blood moon
  • (Adar, 20th March 2015 – Total solar eclipse)
  • Passover, 4th April 2015 – Blood moon
  • Sukkot, 28th September 2015 – Blood moon
2014-2015 blood moons
2014-2015 blood moons
2014-2015 blood moons
2014-2015 blood moons

According to NASA, this total blood moon on 28th September 2015 will be at perigee (nearest the earth) meaning it will be a super moon and seen in Jerusalem during the feast of Sukkot while the Jewish people will be dwelling outside in their Sukkahs looking up toward the heavens.

Four blood moons happening coinciding with Jewish feasts will not happen again for 568 years.

The next will happen on;

  • 2582-2583 AD
  • 2600-2601 AD the last of the four eclipses on Jewish Holidays

It amazes that there is a beginning and end of four blood moons coinciding with Jewish feasts: Passover and Sukkot.

NB: The 2014-2015 blood moons and solar eclipses occur on the same dates as the 70 AD eclipses and during the crucifixion of Jesus Christ in 32-33 AD. It is a clear sign of seasons and times for Israel, the Jews and Christians.

Great events never happened on the world are happening during and after the four blood moons and solar eclipse. See coming events during and after the 2014 – 2015 four blood moons (next).

Sukkot, the feasts of tabernacles (booths) is the day when Jesus dwelt with us. Seen a blood moon at perigee on Sukkot 28th September 2015, which has never been seen before in entire world history, is a clear sign of Jesus coming to dwelt physically again with man.

And for those awaiting rapture, this is the last four blood moons you are going to see when on earth. See rapture is Biblical and what will happen in rapture.

See the first of the four 2014-2015 blood moons coinciding with Jewish feasts; Passover and Sukkot as seen all over the world (next).

Jesus is coming. Repent, for the kingdom of heaven is at hand.