Sunday, January 19, 2014

Blood Red Moon Eclipse Tetrad Timing: Linking The Message And The Meaning

There is more to the soon-expected Blood Moon Eclipse Tetrads than meets the eye. On April 15, 2014 we expect the first eclipse on Passover. Then three more eclipses on Sukkoth, Passover, and Sukkoth will lead us through treacherous waters. There are upcoming meanings and hidden messages, like there are undercurrents, rip-tides, and storms. One needs a guide to walk them through to the living waters. To take this voyage into the tetrads, you need an eschatologist to lead you. Let’s go!

The Jews: Jewish historians know that Blood Moon Eclipses on their Feast Days always mean war or severe persecution. That’s why no self-respecting Jew is lauding the upcoming tetrads. War is on their horizon, and they are preparing for the worst, for they expect the USA to side with their enemies this time. At the least, they expect John Kerry to divide their precious land. The other alternative will be to entrust the new Pope with the contested land. I expect this to happen under the first Blood Red Moon Eclipse due on April 15, 2014.

Rapture-hyping Christians: Most Christians watching the upcoming Blood Moon Tetrad are expecting a rapture the moment the wrath comes. The harder the rapture-embracers attempt to prove their incorrect theory, the more spiteful they become. They will look very silly in a few years.

Wise Virgins with oil: One of the other groups is my people, the Messianics. They will observe the upcoming events like watching a clock, expecting nothing other than the eventual return of Yahushua. We may be nervous some days; however, we are edified by His word. He will guide us through the soon-coming treacherous waters. So please relax and read on.

What does history prove about the tetrads? Columbus set sail in August 1492. However, he needed a miracle to return through storms to Portugal on March 4, 1493. One month later, on April 10, 1493, the tetrad began.   
Wikipedia: Leaving the island of Santa Maria in the Azores, Columbus headed for Castilian Spain, but another storm forced him into Portugal's Lisbon. He anchored next to the King's harbor patrol ship on March 4, 1493, where he was told a fleet of 100 caravels had been lost in the storm. Astoundingly, both the Niña and the Pinta were spared. Not finding King John II in Lisbon, Columbus wrote a letter to him and waited for the king's reply. The king requested that Columbus go to Vale do Paraíso north of Lisbon to meet him. Some have speculated that his landing in Portugal was intentional.

Relations between Portugal and Castile were poor at the time. Columbus went to meet with the king at Vale do Paraíso. After spending more than one week in Portugal, he set sail for Spain. Word of his finding new lands rapidly spread throughout Europe. He reached Barcelona on March 15, and the Monument a Colom commemorates his arrival.

Israel declared itself to be a state on May 14, 1948; however, they didn’t win the battle until 1949. The Tetrad began on April 13, 1949, after the first armistices were signed.

The Arab countries signed armistice agreements with Israel in 1949, starting with  Egypt (Feb. 24), followed by Lebanon (March 23),  Jordan (April 3) and  Syria (July 20). Iraq was the only country that did not sign an agreement with Israel, choosing instead to withdraw its troops and hand over its sector to Jordan's Arab Legion.

There was no waiting in 1967. The Tetrad began on April 24, 1967, and the Six Day War ended two months later. 

After just six days of fighting, Israeli forces were in a position to march on Cairo, Damascus, and Amman. By this time, the principal objectives of capturing the Sinai and the Golan Heights had been accomplished, and Israeli political leaders had no desire to fight in the Arab capitals. Furthermore, the Soviet Union had become increasingly alarmed by the Israeli advances and was threatening to intervene. At this point, U.S. Secretary of State Dean Rusk advised the Israelis “in the strongest possible terms” to accept a cease-fire. On June 10, Israel did just that.

My opinion: Events surrounding 1492 pushed Hebrews back toward Israel. Declaring Israel to be a nation in 1948, caused war, and then a government was formed. War in 1949 brought Jerusalem back to the Hebrew people. The next tetrad will bring war to Israel in early 2014; however, I expect 1.75 billion people to die elsewhere across the planet beginning soon.

Based upon the pattern noted above, I expect the wars to begin prior to the tetrad, between February and April 2014. After the tetrad, we will see sacrifices on the Temple Mount beginning on 10 Nisan (Passover) 2016 (or we could wait for another fifteen years).

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