Friday, 19 September 2014

The Feast of Tabernacles - Blood Moon Visible From all of USA - Total Lunar Eclipse - October 8th - Tribulation

There is a total eclipse of the full moon on October 8, 2014. This is the Northern Hemisphere’s Hunter’s Moon – the name for the full moon after the Harvest Moon. It’s also a Blood Moon, and this eclipse is the second in a series of four so-called Blood Moon eclipses. For North America and the Hawaiian Islands, the total lunar eclipse happens in the wee hours before sunrise on October 8. For New Zealand, Australia and eastern Asia, the total eclipse is seen after sunset on October 8. A partial lunar eclipse can be seen before sunrise, October 8, from much of South America, or after sunset, October 8, from western Asia.


October 8, 2014     Tabernacles

There are five signs that the Tribulation may start October 8, 2014:

1.     If Kerry’s  Peace Treaty is postponed to a later date, it may occur in the fall of the year.

2.    These fall feasts begin with the  Feast of Trumpets on September 25 and could be related to the Rapture.

3.    A total lunar eclipse on October 8, 2014

4.    A partial solar eclipse will occur on October 23, 2014.

5.    The Feast of Tabernacles begins at exactly the same time as the blood red moon eclipse.

6. The Sabbatical and Jubilee Years:

     The 49th Sabbatical Year, called in the Hebrew Shmittah (Release), begins on the Feast of Trumpets, September 25, 2014. Although the Rapture could happen at any moment, the late TV Bible teacher, Zola Levitt, was fond of saying, “the trumpet unquestionably represents the Rapture of the Church.” The Feast of Trumpets precedes the Feast of Atonement, which is on October 4, 2014. The second blood red moon on October 8 and the Feast of Tabernacles, October 8/9, 2014 follow the Feast of Atonement. The 49th Sabbatical Year continues until a Partial Solar Eclipse on September 13, 2015. During that year the Jews are to be released from debt from other Jews. They are to plant no new crops and farming must be held to a minimum. It is to be a time of reflection and worship of God.

     September 14, 2015 begins the Feast of Trumpets that is followed on September 23, 2015 by the Feast of Atonement, which begins the Year of Jubilee. Though not observed by most Jews, the Year of Jubilee is the time of rejoicing when Israel shall proclaim freedom throughout the land (Leviticus 25:10). It describes the day when all Jews return to their inherited property in Israel. Those indebted to other Jews are to be released from their bondage. It is a time of relief from work and a time of praising God. Following the Year of Jubilee we come to the 4th and last blood red moon that occurs on the Feast of Tabernacles on September 28, 2015.

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