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A top ranking in Amazon’s Christian category.

One of the top-selling documentaries on Amazon as well.

And a necessary fourth printing of the book, all prior to the actual launch date.

Available Tuesday in bookstores for the first time, Pastor Mark Biltz’s book, “Blood Moons: Decoding the Imminent Heavenly Signs,” already has sold more than 40,000 copies.

Described by Jim Bakker, host of The Jim Bakker Show, as “the most important book of the times,” the book is the definitive story of the impending blood moons by the man who discovered the astronomical relationship behind the prophecy, heavenly signs and when they intersect.

A full-length documentary, produced by WND Films and directed by award-winning director George Escobar, is also available starting Tuesday.

As of Monday, “Blood Moons” was the No. 171 book overall on Amazon.com, with the movie version the No. 5 overall bestseller in the documentary category.

In 2007 Pastor Biltz first discovered the correlation between when blood moons fell on feast days and key historical world events. Using NASA”s Eclipse Website to correlate the celestial events with God’s holy days mentioned in the Bible, Pastor Biltz discovered the four blood-moon eclipses in 2014 and 2015 actually coincide with the feasts of Passover and Tabernacles.

“While others are writing about this topic and talking about this subject, all of their work is derivative of what Pastor Biltz has discovered in his research over the last seven years,” said Joseph Farah, founder of WND, WND Books and WND Films. “There are other books out there on this topic, but this is the only one by the man who discovered the phenomenon and writes about it with the knowledge gained from seven years of study. If you really want to understand what all the excitement is about, this is the book and the movie for you.”

Media interest in discussing the blood moons phenomena with not only the discoverer, but also the authority on the subject, has been intense. Biltz has appeared for four straight days on The Jim Bakker Show, and will appear on the March 19th and 20th broadcast as well to discuss the phenomena.

Biltz also appeared on the popular “Coast to Coast AM” radio program for three hours on March 9, a program carried on more than 500 affiliates and reaching an estimated audience of three to five million Americans.

He is also taping an appearance on “Jewish Voices” to air around Passover. Hosted by Jonathan Bernis, it airs globally on TBN and other outlets.

Called a “blood moon tetrad,” it’s an astronomical series of lunar eclipses that has occurred before, according to NASA. But there’s something very different about this series, because the eclipses occur on the biblical holidays of Passover and the Feast of Tabernacles, or Sukkot.

When tetrads have occurred in the past on these holidays observed by Jews around the world and an increasing number of Christians as well, they have coincided with momentous events in the history of the Jewish people.

As Passover nears, millions of people around the world are watching with anticipation for the moon to turn blood red with the first eclipse.

But Biltz said that to understand the meaning, it’s important to know the seasons, feasts and calendar of the Lord.

Biltz, founder of El Shaddai Ministries, is a well-known commentator on the feasts of the Lord who has spoken in Sweden, Germany, Switzerland, Canada and throughout the United States.

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“This has happened only eight times over the last 2,000 years!” Biltz said. “And the last two times these occurred on the Jewish holidays there was a war in the Middle East regarding the nation of Israel. These are patterns and historical facts that cannot be disregarded. The Jewish Talmud records that total lunar eclipses are indicators or omens for the nation of Israel.”

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