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ALL THINGS BRING US TO THE TIME
. The “Mishkan” (Tabernacle) was completed during the month of Kislev its dedication was in Nissan. The construction of the first “Beit HaMikdash” (Temple) by King Solomon began in the month of Iyar, and was completed in the month of Cheshvan. The dedication of the Temple was nearly a year after the end of its construction in the month of Tishrei. The Bnei Yissaschar teaches that the future dedication of the third Temple will take place during Cheshvan.
“And God said, Let there be lights in the firmament of the heaven to divide the day from the night;
and let them be for signs, and for seasons, and for days, and years.”
For the third time in less than a year on this coming Passover of 2015, the moon will dip into Earth’s shadow, turning its bright white globe a coppery red in a matter of minutes.
The total phase of the lunar eclipse will only last about 5 minutes, making it the shortest lunar eclipse of the century.
The action begins at 3:16 a.m. PST on the morning of April 4 when the edge of the moon first enters the amber core of Earth’s shadow.
For the next hour and 45 minutes, Earth’s shadow will move across the lunar disk, ultimately covering the entire moon at 4:58 a.m. PST.
Some total eclipses last for more than an hour, in this case, totality spans just 4 minutes and 43 seconds since the moon will be skimming the outskirts of the Earth’s shadow, rather than passing centrally through it.
The pattern of eclipses on Jewish Holy Days correspond with significant events in history.
There will be a string of four “blood moons” in the year 5775, and one of them will shine over the Passover seder. Whenever this happened in the past, enormous events took place in Jewish history.
LUNAR ECLIPSES OF THE 20TH CENTURY
DURING THE MONTH OF MARCH (22 Total)
EVERY PURIM HAD AN ECLIPSE!!!
ALL BUT ONE OF THE 22 LUNAR ECLIPSES THAT OCCURRED IN MARCH IN THE 20TH CENTURY
OCCURRED ON THE EVE OF OR ON PURIM. 
THE ONE MARCH ECLIPSE
THAT DID NOT OCCUR ON PURIM OCCURRED ON PASSOVER INSTEAD.
DATE TYPE ECLIPSE NOTES
1904 March 02 Penumbral Purim 1: The 14th of Adar.
1904 March 31 Penumbral Passover: The 14th of Nissan.
On Sept. 24, the 1st day of Tabernacles, there was another Penumbral eclipse (The 1st & last of the 7 feasts).
1913 March 22 Total (North)  Purim 1 (Eve):
1914 March 12 Partial Purim 1:
1915 March 01 Penumbral Purim 2:
1922 March 13 Penumbral Purim 1 (Eve)
1923 March 03 Partial Purim 2 (Eve): Observed on the 16th of Adar as the day of rejoicing, because the 15th was the Sabbath day in 1923.
1932 March 22 Partial Purim 1: The 14th of Adar day of rejoicing.
1933 March 12 Penumbral Purim 1: The 14th of Adar. (Hitler rose to power as chancellor of Germany in 1933.)
1940 March 23 Penumbral Purim 1 (Eve):
1941 March 13 Partial Purim 1: The 14th of Adar. 
1942 March 03 Total (South) Purim 1: The 14th of Adar. (The Nazis hanged 10 Jews in Zduńska Wola, Poland to avenge the hanging of Haman’s 10 sons.)
1951 March 23 Penumbral Purim 2: The 15th of Adar. 
1959 March 24 Partial Purim 1: The 14th of Adar.
1960 March 13 Total (South) Purim 1: The 14th of Adar. U. S. Secretary of State, Christian Herter, stated desire to aid Israel in a 13 March 1960 meeting with Ben-Gurion. 
1961 March 02 Partial Purim 1: The 14th of Adar.
1978 March 24 Total (South) Purim 2: The 15th of Adar.
1979 March 13 Partial Purim 1: The 14th of Adar.
1980 March 01 Penumbral Purim 1 (Eve): The 13th of Adar when the Jews were fighting for their lives.
1988 March 03 Total Penumbral Purim 1: The 14th of Adar.
1997 March 24 Partial Purim 2: The 15th of Adar.
1998 March 13 Penumbral Purim 1: The 14th of Adar.
The first and last of the Holidays Passover and Tabernacles, have had
lunar eclipses on historic dates such as when Israel was reestablished and when they
captured Jerusalem in 1967. We see a similar phenomenon occurring on Purim.
About Those Blood Moon Tetrads
Now it turns out there will be a group of total lunar eclipses, each one falling on a Jewish holiday. Typically there are two lunar eclipses a year, spaced about six months apart; you will see them if your side of the earth is turned toward the moon when they happen. Here is the schedule for this year and next year:
Blood Red Moons will occur like this ..
Passover of 5774 (April 15th 2014);
Tabernacles 5775 (Oct 8th 2014);
Passover of 5775 (April 5th 2015)
Tabernacles 5776 (Sept 28th 2015).
Intersperses within those dates are two solar eclipses :
Rosh Chodesh Nissan (March 20th 2015)
“A hybrid solar eclipse” on Nisan 1 on 3/20/71 followed by another hybrid solar eclipse on Rosh Hashanah on 9/12/71 happened around the destruction of the Temple,”
Sunday’s early morning event – an annular solar eclipse that changes into a total solar eclipse – will be visible on the eastern coast of North America, although those living in Africa will experience it best.
Sunday’s eclipse (March 20th 2015) will become total, completely blocking out the sun and allowing those in its shadow to see stars during the day time. It is this shift from annular to total along its path that makes this a “hybrid” eclipse.
Rosh Hashanah Sept 13th 2015
Three Jewish holidays always happen when there is a full moon: Purim, Passover, and Sukkot (Feast of Tabernacles). Therefore, it is not strange to have an eclipse on one of those holidays, and because Passover and Sukkot are exactly six months apart, when Passover gets an eclipse, Sukkot will probably get one, too. Of the 230 eclipses that occurred in the twentieth century, 37 were on Jewish holidays.
However, it is very rare for both eclipses to fall on Jewish holidays for two years in a row, and for all of them to be total not Eclipses.
The Book of Joel when speaking about end-time Biblical prophecies, mentions that in the last days, “the moon will turn to blood.”
They also point to the seven tetrads that have happened over the past two thousand years, Here are the dates for these tetrads:
“Around eight months before the Temple was destroyed we find on 10/18/69 there was a partial lunar eclipse on the Feast of Sukkot.
A total solar eclipse followed this on Nisan 1-3/30/70, the beginning of the religious year.
Two weeks later there was a penumbral lunar eclipse on Passover on 4/14/70.
An annular solar eclipse followed this on Rosh Hashanah on 9/23/70.
Then another penumbral lunar eclipse on Sukkot on 10/8/70,”
In the blood moons of 1493 and 1494, the Jews were expelled from Spain.
1949-1950: This has been linked to modern Israel becoming independent in 1948. However, the first blood moon comes eleven months AFTER independence, and even the 1948 war was over by then.
The blood moons in 1949 and 1950 came right after the nation of Israel was born, giving the Jews a homeland for the first time in thousands of years.
And in 1967 and 1968 it was linked to the Six-Day War.
1967-1968: Well, maybe. The Six Day War happened between the first and second blood moons, and Israel took East Jerusalem, reuniting the city.
This would be totally unbelievable, if it wasn’t verified by the NASA.
Only one of these 4 lunar eclipses will be visible from Israel.
According to NASA data, there was a tetrad from 1493 to 1494 (there were three preceding tetrads that century as well, but they did not fall on Jewish holidays).
And that’s not the only series of blood moons linked to Israel, as NASA data shows that yet another tetrad unfolded between 1949 and 1950, a key time for Israel’s modern-day manifestation.
“In 1948, that’s the year Israel became a state,” he explained. “The thing that happened prior to that was the tragedy of the Holocaust, which ended in the rejoicing of statehood.”
Another tetrad happened between 1967 and 1968, a period which saw the Six-Day War — a moment of “triumph” when Jerusalem was reunified and became the eternal capital of the Jewish people once again.
NASA data also shows that four blood moons emerged between the years 1909-1910, 1927-1928 and 1985-1986, but these also did not fall on the Jewish holidays.
NASA says the current tetrad of blood moons that started in April 2014 will last through Sept. 28, 2015. The last tetrad to occur happened between 2003 and 2004, though it did not fall on Jewish holidays.
NASA data does appear to show six others will happen this century, but none appear to have all four blood moons fall on both Passover and Sukkot as they do in 2014 and 2015.
All four can be seen from the western hemisphere.
Therefore God has a message of judgement in the eclipses directed at the Americas, not at Israel. Know,
The redemption of Yisrael from Egypt occurred in the month of Nisan, when the Mars is dominant.