NEW BIBLE CODES SHOW BLOOD MOONS FROM 2014 TO 2015
Recent Bible code analysis reveals the Hebrew words for solar and lunar eclipses during the years 2014 to 2015. A few within the eschatology community believe these solar and lunar eclipses are related to conflict in the Middle East and elsewhere worldwide. This Torah Code discovery was made by expert Rabbi Glazerson.
From Lamb & Lion Ministry: “Mark Biltz, pastor of El Shaddai Ministries in Bonney Lake, WA, has discovered some information that is quite interesting in a prophetic sense. He notes that a series of four rare lunar eclipses (known as a tetrad) will happen in 2014 and 2015. Two of the lunar eclipses will happen during Passover and The Feast of Sukkot, (a.k.a. The Feast of Tabernacles) in 2015, and there will be two solar eclipses that same year falling on dates noteworthy to the Jewish calendar. You have the religious year beginning with the total solar eclipse, two weeks later a total lunar eclipse on Passover, and then the civil year beginning with the solar eclipse followed two weeks later by another total blood red moon on the Feast of Sukkot—all in 2015. Biltz’s claims can be confirmed by looking at a biblical calendar and then NASA’s web site because astronomers are able to predict those astronomical events with high precision (not surprising given that our Creator’s intelligent design is amazing).” These lunar and solar events are referred to as tetrads.
From Lamb & Lion Ministry: “Biltz notes that if we go back in history to examine when tetrads happened previously, we find one was in 1967, when Israel recaptured Jerusalem. Prior to that it happened in 1948, which we know to be one of the most notable prophetic events in centuries: when Israel became a nation! He goes on to explain that prior to 1948 there were not any tetrads at all until the 15th century, but none of those fell on Passover or The Feast of Sukkot. Then in 1493 and 1494, shortly after the Jews were exiled from Spain, there was a tetrad that also synced up with the dates of Passover and The Feast of Sukkot. “So each time it happened it was tied to the Jewish people,” Biltz notes. He also points out that other than 2015 a tetrad will not happen again in this century.”
The past Lunar and solar eclipses appear to be associated with warfare and tragedy involving the Jewish people. A few eschatologists believe that these events could parallel the Psalm 83 and Obadiah wars predicted for the Middle East. These events are not related to the Rapture event because “the Rapture can occur at any time, with it not being necessary that any event precede it, the fact we are seeing end-times signs (a looming tetrad; wars and rumors of wars; earthquakes and other natural disasters; worldwide economic stress; technological advances; etc.) just brings us all the closer to the end times and, therefore, we can, more than ever, expect the Rapture at any moment,” according to eschatologist Nathan Jones.