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IT IS Happening
Published On: Wed, Apr 9th, 2014
NASA confirms 4 Blood Moons in April 2014-Sep. 2015;
Preacher says Sign of ‘End of Days’
On October 8, 2014 - -- The 1st. and 2nd. Blood Moons in the current Tetrad
April 2014 -- October 2014
The occurrence of Tetrad, 4 blood moons in a row, is an unusual event that some Christians believe signifies the End of Days.
John Charles Hagee, American founder and senior pastor of Cornerstone Church in San Antonio, Texas, said that this huge significant event marks the “End of Days”.
“This is not something that some religious think tank has put together. NASA has confirmed that the Tetrad has only happened three times in more than 500 years – and that it’s going to happen now,” he said.
The King James Bible prophesies, “The Sun shall be turned into darkness, and the moon into blood, before the great and the terrible day of the LORD comes,” Joel 2:31.
The first Tetrad since the Middle Ages, in 1493, saw the expulsion of Jews by the Catholic Spanish Inquisition, which rocked western Europe.
The second coincided with the establishment of the State of Israel – after thousands of years of struggle – in 1949.
Strangely, the last one occurred in 1967 – far earlier than expected – precisely at the time of the Six-Day Arab-Israeli War.
Pastor Hagee explained, “According to the Biblical prophecy, world history is about to change dramatically. To get four blood moons you need something absolutely extraordinary in astrological terms.”
“Every time this has happened in the last 500 years, it has coincided with tragedy for the Jewish people followed by triumph. And once again, for Israel, the timing of this Tetrad is remarkable,” he added.“The first of the four blood moons (came) on April 15 this year, during Passover. The second (came) on October 8, at the time of the Feast of the Tabernacles. On April 4 2015, during Passover, we will have another blood moon. Then finally, on September 28, during next year’s Feast of the Tabernacles, the fourth blood and final moon will dawn.