Matthew 20:1-16

Blood Moon Tetrad Begins April 15, 2014

This is going to be a very quick blog for today. I am swamped with work AND have a new rescued kitty at home who’s upsetting all the other kitties. Frankly, I only WISH I had time to spend writing blogs. So this blog is me sharing with you information from Tom Horn‘s website on the coming Blood Moons. If you are really interested in knowing more about the Blood Moons, another author/lecturer/teacher to check out is Mark Biltz of El Shaddai Ministries. I’ve heard him lecture on this and found myself glued to my seat! But I’m going to copy right from Tom Horn’s website the info below. I urge you to click this link and read the ENTIRE STORY on his website!

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To start, here is the reason WHY we should be looking to the stars for signs (edited from the website linked above):

>> While many assume when God created the Sun and the Moon that He did so for light, heat, gravity, and other natural mechanisms, when looking at Genesis 1:14, we learn of four other purposes behind why the lights in the heavens were created and placed where they are. The Bible says these are for “signs,” “seasons,” “days,” and “years.”

The Hebrew word for signs in this context is owth, a word meaning a “miraculous sign,” “omen,” or “warning.” It signifies, among other things, that God created the heavenly bodies to communicate important matters at particular times to His covenant people.

The next reason God created the sun and the moon is for “seasons.” In Hebrew, the word here is mow’ed and is accurately translated as “an appointed time” or “divine appointment” especially related to “sacred seasons” or Feast days. This same Hebrew word is translated into English in Leviticus 23 as “feast” where it talks about the Feasts of the Lord. The word mow’ed implies that God has a day timer or calendar on which He keeps predetermined “appointments” with human history and that are connected with His Feasts or Holy Days.

Finally, God declares that the sun and the moon were created to determine “days and years.” Obviously, this has nothing to do with our modern calendar, which was created by a pagan Roman ruler and is based on the sun. The Muslim calendar is based on the moon. But the biblical calendar—the one that God uses according to Genesis—is based on the sun and the moon. So when the Scripture refers to “days and years” in Genesis 1:14, it is pointing to biblical days and years or “holy days” as well as Shemittah years and Jubilee years (every seventh year the land in Israel was to rest. This is why the Jewish people went into captivity because they did not observe the seventh year. Every fiftieth year was to be a year of Jubilee when captives were set free and received their land back). When this is understood, a whole new discovery is made concerning how God created the sun and the moon and the stars as harbingers or “signal-senders” of His appointed times. This is confirmed throughout the Bible in places like the books of Joel, Isaiah, Revelation, as well as Jesus, Himself, in the Gospels confirming there would be signs in the sun and the moon and the stars that would herald the last days.

While solar and lunar eclipses are common occurrences and for the most part have no great prophetic significance, when they fall on the biblical Feast days, we should pay close attention. In Revelation 6:12, the Bible declares that the sun will become black as sackcloth of hair, and the moon as red as blood. Most scholars believe this important end-times sign is speaking of solar and lunar eclipses. The significance of a total solar eclipse or total lunar eclipse, if it happened on one of God’s Feast days would be a powerful message. Knowing this, be advised there are four total blood moons coming, back to back, right in a row, all falling on Feast days. Equally incredible is how within the very same timeframe, two solar eclipses are scheduled to arrive. Read that again and let the significance of these comments sink in. Prophetically speaking, we are talking about the equivalent of six grand-slam homeruns in a row—a mathematical improbability that stands out against the randomness of natural cycles and strongly suggests a miraculous sign or “omen” of intelligent design is coming. Of significance to the new book Cauldron and the free DVD and book by Mark Biltz and David Flynn we are giving away starting this week (while supplies last) is how these “grand slam” blood moon tetrads are set to unfold between the years 2012–2016, specifically 2014 and 2015.

When examining NASA’s website, we find these specific types or strings of total eclipses are called a “tetrad” and are very rare. According to their own calculations, a similar string of four total lunar eclipses did not happen at all in the 1800s, 1700s, or even the 1600s. Amazingly, in the 1500s it happened around seven times but not once did all four eclipses fall on the Jewish Feast days. When was the last time four blood moons not only occurred back to back but fell on the Feasts? The shocking dates were 1967 and 1968 when Israel recaptured Jerusalem! What about the time before that? Right on the heels of Israel becoming a nation in May of 1948. The following two years in 1949 and 1950 again saw four blood moons on Passover and the Feast of Tabernacles and then again on Passover and the Feast of Tabernacles! In other words, not only were there four blood moons in a row, but all four of them fell on the Feast days that were accompanied by historically prophetic implications of divine proportions.

What does all this have to do with the future and the timespan 2012–2018? From the Books of Revelation and Joel (2:31), we understand that the sun shall be turned into darkness, and the moon into blood, before the great and the terrible day of the Lord. In Exodus (chapter 12), God told Moses that Passover (roughly March-April in the Gregorian calendar—the very time frame I am writing this letter) would be the point at which the religious year would begin. It just so happens that after the two blood moons on Passover and Tabernacles in 2014, this Jewish New Year in 2015 will be met with a total solar eclipse. Two weeks later on Passover we have the next total lunar eclipse. Then on the Feast of Trumpets, also known as Rosh HaShana, there is a partial solar eclipse followed two weeks later by the next total lunar eclipse on the Feast of Tabernacles. There will not be another such tetrad of four blood moons landing on biblical holidays this century. Keep your eyes on global events as these blood moons may well mark God’s prophetic calendar with apocalyptic scenarios falling like dominoes across the world scene in anticipation of the second coming of Jesus Christ. <<


March 12, 2014 - Posted by | My Thoughts and Opinions


  1. interesting.

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    Comment by cris lane | March 12, 2014 | Reply

  2. What’s funny also is that there is a clear “cardinal grand cross” above Middle East and Europe on Apr 14, at high noon (the Eve of the first blood moon) above Middle East and Europe.

    Based on various astrologers’ comments I read, cardinal grand crosses tend to be the harbingers of extreme changes – on the nasty side of events.

    There is a second one on Apr 23, but the one I mentionned appears clearly on the 14th, then disappears and comes again.

    Comment by kwright | March 15, 2014 | Reply

    • Wow! Thanks for posting that info. Obviously I don’t follow astrology and had never heard of this before. I can’t find much about the one on April 14th but the astrologers are all up in arms over the one on April 23rd. My husband and I discussed it and agree we believe that the Cardinal Grand Cross represents the demonic side of what’s about to happen. So there are both heavenly and demonic signs happening at the same time. That is HUGE. Here’s a link to at least one website talking about it. Although if you Google “Cardinal Grand Cross” you can find many, many more.

      Comment by the11thhourworker | March 15, 2014 | Reply

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