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(written May, 2014)


This year, 2014, the Hebrew calendar coincided with our own Gregorian calendar, meaning Passover took place on the 14th day of April & the Feast of Unleavened Bread was on the 15th.  If you recall, April 15th was the date of the 1st of 4 Blood Moons.  I submit to you that the prophetic Sixth Seal of Revelation has been broken.  Please get your houses in order now!


Revelation 6:12

And I beheld when he had opened the sixth seal,

& lo, there was a great earthquake;

& the sun became black as sack cloth of hair,

& the moon became as blood.


Joel 2:31

The sun shall be turned into darkness, & the moon into blood,

before the great & the terrible day of the LORD come.


There are 3 more blood moons that are to come, one in October of this year & 2 in 2015.  Two of the 4 fall on Passover & the other 2 fall on Sukkot (the Feast of Tabernacles).


April 15, 2014=Passover;     October 8, 2014=Sukkot;   

April 4, 2015=Passover;       September 28, 2015=Sukkot


The scriptures above speak about the blood moons that occur prior to 'the great & terrible day of the LORD'.  However, Christ also said that a blood moon would also follow the tribulation period.


Mark 13:24,26

But in those days,

after that tribulation, the sun shall be darkened,

& the moon shall not give her light,

26-And then shall they see the Son of man coming in the clouds

with great power & glory.


There have been other blood moons falling on God's Holy Days.  Why do I believe these moons are further signs that we are in the latter-day period?  I encourage you to go to the first letter I posted on this sight entitled 'My Story'.  In it I explain the latter-day timeline taken from the prophecy found in the book of Daniel.  The link to that page is provided down below.  I've also added another link to a video which provides a much more detailed explanation with visuals.  Please also take the time to read Daniel carefully to understand the prophecy more thoroughly. 






It's time you knew what's really going on.

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