Our featured guest is Norma Luciano, born to a Jewish mother from Jerusalem and Jewish father from Brooklyn. Norma embraces her Jewish heritage, history, and traditions, and she is a believer in Jesus Christ as Savior and Lord. Norma became a Christian in 1987 and began a new spiritual journey. She attends Beit Tikvah Messianic Congregation in Newcastle, Washington. Norma is an accomplished author of adult and children's books, lives in Seattle, Washington, is married, and a former school security specialist.
Norma will offer a Jewish-Christian perspective on blood moons. Moons turning to blood is referenced in the Bible in Joel 2:31, Acts 2:20, and Rev. 6:12-14. Blood moons are often described as a total lunar eclipse, which occurs when the earth casts its shadow on a full moon and eclipses it. The result is the moon may get a red glow – referred to as a Blood Red Moon.
Total lunar eclipses are rare and normally happen twice a year. There is no particular order for lunar eclipses, but sometimes four total lunar eclipses will happen in a row. This occurrence is called a lunar tetrad. Tetrads are rather rare. The first three total eclipses in this lunar tetrad occurred on April 15, 2014, October 8, 2014, and April 4, 2015. The last eclipse of the tetrad occurred on September 27-28, 2015.
What is the significance of the blood moons? What connection can be made between blood moons and significant Jewish history – The Spanish Inquisition in 1492, The Nation of Israel Reborn in 1948, and the Arab-Israeli’s Six-Day War in 1967? How do blood moons tie in with Israel today?
Norma will explore those questions and offer an interpretation of historical Jewish events and how they relate to blood moons and Biblical prophecy.
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