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Super Blood Moon To Occur January 20-21

On January 20-21 a total lunar eclipse (blood moon) will be visible to North and South America, as well as parts of Europe and Africa.

The blood moon prophecies began to gain popularity around the world through a series promoted by Pastor John Hagee and Mark Biltz, concerning the tetrad which began April 2014 through April of 2015 falling on major Jewish festivals that served as a warning sign concerning Israel indicated in the Biblical books of Joel, Acts 2:20, and Revelation 6:12.

According to Biblical prophecy and patterns, the moon always represents Israel where gentle nations are represented by the sun. In the past couple of years we have seen a tremendous turn of events with the United States and Israel, most recently being, the move of the US Embassy to Jerusalem.

In recent events, many scholars have seen historical and Biblical parallels between President Trump and Persian King Cyrus who gave the decree for Israel to rebuild its 2ndtemple.

The event was prophesied by Daniel in Daniel chapter 9:25 and is where we get the prophetic timeline from concerning the world empires and the end times.

Interestingly, many have made a parallel connection between the events of Daniel 9:25 and the United States concerning the building of defenses and a wall:

“Know therefore and understand, that from the going forth of the commandment to restore and to build Jerusalem unto the Messiah the Prince shall be seven weeks, and threescore and two weeks: the street shall be built again, and the wall, even in troublous times.”

The United States government is currently in a partial shutdown due to spending needs concerning border security and request by President Trump for a wall along its southern border.

Israel currently does not have a 3rd temple and Jerusalem is still in dispute as to whose capital it belongs to. However, could all of these events and signs be an indication that things are about to greatly shift to Israel and Jerusalem?

The full Moon will be in the Earth’s shadow from 03:34 GMT to 06:51 GMT.

The total eclipse will last for approximately one hour, beginning at 0441 GMT according to NASA.

During the eclipse, a small amount of sunlight is refracted by the Earth’s atmosphere and reaches the Moon, bending around the edges of the Earth. This small amount of red light illuminates the Moon enough for us to see it. Instead of being bright and white, the Moon will be very dim and red.

Total lunar eclipses happen, on average, about one to three times per year, however after this one there will be a short gap of about three years until another one will be visible.

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