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Between April 15, 2014 and September 28, 2015 there will be four blood red moons, and a solar eclipse. The four blood moons each land on a Jewish feast day, and the solar eclipse lands on 1 Nisan. 1 Nisan is the first day of the first month of the Assyrian calendar; it is the day that God created the universe.
April 15, 2014: Passover
October 8, 2014: Sukkot (Feast of Tabernacles)
March 20, 2015: Solar Eclipse 1 Nisan - Kha b-Nisan - the first day of the Assyrian New Year 1 Nisan – (3761 BCE) – Creation of the Universe (some opinions) According to the Talmud, the three Patriarchs of the Jewish people – Abraham (1813–1638 BCE), Isaac (1713–1533 BCE) and Jacob (1653–1506 BCE) – all were born and died in the month of Nisan.
April 4, 2015: Passover
September 28, 2015: Sukkot (Feast of Tabernacles)
This situation occurs very rarely, and the last two times it occurred something big happened to God's chosen people, the Israelites. In 1948 Israel became a nation, and in 1967 Israel won the 6-Day War (miraculous) and established themselves in Jerusalem. The solar eclipse, which occurs between the two sets of two blood red moons) lands on 1 Nisan. 1 Nisan is the first day of the first month of the Assyrian calandar, and it is considered to be the day the universe was created. Nisan is also accepted as the month in which Abraham, Jacob and Isaac were born and died, according to Jewish historians.
The following events may accompany these prophetic signs: 1) Israel attacked and saved by the Lord (Ezekiel 38). 2) Damascus attacked and destroyed (Isaiah 17).
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