Income taxes may be due to the Internal Revenue Service April 15, but that’s not the only reason you’ll be seeing red.
An extraordinary chain of events in the heavens begins this Passover, April 14, and the red in your bank account thanks to the IRS will be nothing compared to the red you can see in the heavens.
It’s called a “blood moon tetrad,” a series of lunar eclipses that, when it has occurred before, has been linked to significant events for Israel. For example, it happened in 1967 and 1968, when Israel recaptured Jerusalem in the Six-Day War. And it happened in the 1940s, when the nation of Israel was re-created.
This time, the eclipses occur on the biblical holidays of Passover and the Feast of Tabernacles, or Sukkot. Both this year and in 2015.
Pastor Mark Biltz discovered what is being called the “blood moon phenomenon” in 2007, researching the correlation between when blood moons fell on feast days and key historical world events. He found the divine link between prophecy, heavenly signs, historical events and when they intersect.
His new book “Blood Moons: Decoding the Imminent Heavenly Signs,” details the science of astronomy in light of Bible prophecy. He began to teach and explain his discovery of a series of lunar and solar eclipses that happened at the same time as important dates on the Hebrew calendar, such as Passover and the Feast of Tabernacles.
Joseph Farah, who wrote the foreword to “Blood Moons,” spoke with Pastor Biltz about the importance of being on God’s calendar, as outlined in Genesis 1:14.
Farah said: “You are the ‘blood moons’ guy, you are the discoverer of something that has become a phenomenon around the world. People recognizing God has given us heavenly signs for our times. And talking about time, the whole world is on a seven-day calendar and has been since God created the world. It’s in Genesis. What’s so significant about those seven days unless it came from the hand of God?”
Biltz said “mankind has been trying to change the seven day week forever, but it’s set in concrete, and this is what God created, despite man’s greatest endeavors.”
“This is God’s calendar,” he said.
Blood Moons” was released nationwide March 18 and consistently has been one of the top books sold on Amazon.com. A full-length documentary produced by WND Films featuring Biltz was released the same day.
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.
Host Jim Bakker of “The Jim Bakker Show” called Biltz’ work “the most important book of the times.”
Biltz spent two-days recording interviews with Lori and Jim Bakker at their Christian retreat in Branson, Mo.
Jim Bakker praised “Blood Moons’ as “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.”
Bakker told Biltz that he read the book in just one sitting, spending an entire night consuming every page and detail in the book.
Biltz also is to be on the “Today Show” on Tuesday.
See the trailer for the “Blood Moons” DVD:
“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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