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'Coast to Coast' to focus on looming 'Blood Moons' event

Pastor and author Mark Biltz will be a guest on the popular radio program “Coast to Coast AM” overnight Thursday into Friday to discuss the looming finale of a “Blood Moons” tetrad.

He is scheduled to appear from 3-5 a.m Eastern, which is from midnight to 2 a.m. Pacific.

The finale, overnight from Sept. 27 to 28, also will be a “super blood moon.”

Biltz has been the subject of a wave of media attention as the discoverer of the “blood moons tetrad,” which some claim heralds the end of the world.

The coming event corresponds with Sukkot, or the biblical Feast of Tabernacles, a holiday during which the Israelites were commanded to make a pilgrimage to the Temple in Jerusalem.

Biltz doesn’t agree that final blood moon of this series means the end of the world is imminent, but he warns it is a sure sign of divine judgment. Specifically, Biltz told WND he fears it may “portend a major war involving Israel and the possibility of an economic collapse.”

“Coast to Coast AM,” or “C2C” as it’s often called, has more than 600 affiliates reaching more than three million Americans seven days a week, and is well known for taking on controversial topics. And the subject of divine judgment is more timely than ever, as people around the world are captivated not just by the blood moons but by interest in the biblical Shemitah cycle, a seven year period concluding this weekend which also corresponds historically with trouble in the American economy.

Biltz says such interest is appropriate. In fact, it’s what God wants.

“Throughout history, heavenly objects beyond the control of any nation or tribe have been regarded as omens,” he told WND. “Both the religious and the secular minded are fascinated by the blood moons, just as their ancestors were fascinated by signs in the sky. That’s because as the Bible tells us, God uses the ‘lights in the sky,’ for ‘signs’ and for ‘seasons.'”

To understand these signs, Biltz urges Christians to get on “God’s calendar,” the biblical Jewish calendar of feast days and holy days.

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“As believers, we need to get on God’s calendar,” urged Biltz. “The religious leaders in Yeshua’s (Jesus’s) day were rebuked for not understanding the signs of the times. God is again using the signs in the heavens to get our attention that we need to get connected to the Shemitah cycle to properly understand prophecy.

“God is putting the world on notice that His calendar is the one that really matters. God is even giving signs in the heavens through blood moons and solar eclipses, appearing on significant dates on the biblical calendar to the day, to grab the world’s attention.”

Biltz’s book “Blood Moons” is designed to help believers “decode the imminent heavenly signs” and much of the pastor’s work is dedicated to educating Christians on how to understand the “feasts of the Lord” as laid out in the biblical calendar.

But studying them is not enough.

“Some only want to study them but God is calling us to join Him for His Feasts,” Biltz said.

And despite this joyful invitation, Biltz says the next blood moon is nothing less than a heavenly warning. “God always warns before he brings judgment and He wants us to be interceding for people,” he said. He predicts the economic collapse could “very well culminate around the timing of the super blood moon on September 28.”

With what Biltz calls the “perfect storm” of events hitting the world this September, he believes it’s no surprise more people than ever are looking for answers to the signs in the sky.

And even years after publication, “Blood Moons” remains a top selling book Christian book at Amazon.com and the No. 1 best seller in the category of “canon law,” outselling even Pope Francis just before his American visit.

Averaging an incredible average of 4.5 out of 5 stars over 649 separate reviews, most readers believe Biltz accomplished his mission of “decoding” the heavenly signs.

As one reviewer put it, “I think ‘Blood Moons: Decoding the Imminent Heavenly Signs’ and the research it represents will be looked back upon as one of those catalysts which will have a defining impact on Bible prophecy.”

And another noted, “As a non-Christian, you can scoff all you want but you’ll see that it is statistically impossible that this all would be happening by chance.”

Yet Biltz remains concerned not enough people are receiving God’s message and more importantly, taking the opportunity to repent.

“I am concerned that America will refuse to return to G and open itself up to a ‘rod of correction.’ But people should remember correction is a good thing. It shows God still cares about us,” he said.