Monday, April 14, 2014

An eclipse of the Moon

This eclipse is the first of 4 very interesting eclipses occuring this year and next year.

The first of the 4 takes place on April 15.


So, why are we telling you about it now instead of tomorrow? you ask.

Well, mainly because it will occur during the predawn hours of April 15, so if you are going to go outside and view it, you need this heads up.

These 4 eclipses are called 'blood moon' eclipses because of the red color produced on the moon during the eclipse.

A brief video gives insight about these 4 eclipses, how and why eclipses occur, and why they are 'blood moon' red in color.

Unfortunately there is a short commercial before the video and there is no way to stop it… so grin and bear it.

An interesting omission in the video is that it does not tell you that these eclipses are on the Jewish holidays of Passover and Tabernacles (Succoth) in both 2014 and 2015.  Hmmm.  Interesting.

And now, with that by way of introduction, HERE'S THE LINK to April 15 Blood Moon Eclipse