When we see four blood moons arising, is it then that the “tides are turning”?
The fact that the holy days of Passover and Sukkot coincide with a full moon is not unusual because the Hebrew calendar is lunar. For instance, Rosh Chodesh (“Head of the Month”), which symbolizes renewal and restoration, is evident when the moon appears the first time of the month as a sliver (crescent) in the sky.
Early on Tuesday morning, 15 April 2014, many people began to observe the moon change color to a burnt, reddish orange. The “blood moon” is the first in a series of four successive entire lunar eclipses to occur within a year and a half.
The moon will change color as the result of an entire eclipse, during which the shadow of the Earth receives refracted sunlight; this will emit a reddish sheen upon the moon. The blood moon can be seen anywhere on the dark side of the moon; thus, half the world can see it while the other half cannot.
According to NASA, “The action starts on April 15th when the full Moon passes through the amber shadow of Earth, producing a midnight eclipse visible across North America. So begins a lunar eclipse tetrad—a series of 4 consecutive total eclipses occurring at approximately six-month intervals. The total eclipse of April 15, 2014, will be followed by another on Oct. 8, 2014, and another on April 4, 2015, and another on Sept. 28, 2015.”
Click the video link to watch NASA's A Tetrad of Lunar Eclipses
Despite the fact that it is not unusual to have a lunar eclipse occur on the same day as Passover and Sukkot, there are individuals who believe there is prophetic significance regarding the lunar eclipse tetrad in 2014 and 2015.
From Midnight Call magazine