Sunday, April 6, 2014

What is a Blood Moon? | We People, Homo Sapiens In Earth PRAY King Paedophile David GOTROCKS Goes Blood Moon Vampire Insane Never Returning To Earth!

Lunar eclipse illustration courtesy of Luc Viatour
Lunar eclipse illustration courtesy of Luc Viatour

Want to know the dates for the Blood Moons and total lunar eclipses in 2014 and 2015? You’ve come to the right place …

We’ve been receiving a number of inquiries about Blood Moons in 2014 and 2015. The Blood Moons most people are asking about are not part of astronomy. Their origin is religious, at least according to Christian pastor John Hagee, who wrote a 2013 book about Blood Moons. However, both astronomers and some proponents of Christian prophesy are talking about the upcoming lunar tetrad – a series of total lunar eclipses – which begins on the night of April 14-15, 2014. We at EarthSky don’t have any special knowledge about the purported Blood Moons of Biblical prophesy. But, since they’re moons, and since people are asking us, we wanted to reply.

Follow the links below to learn more about Blood Moons.

Blood Moons in astronomy
Dates of Harvest and Hunter’s Moons in 2014 and 2015
What is a lunar tetrad?
Blood Moons in Biblical prophecy
Dates of Biblical prophecy Blood Moons in 2014 and 2015
How common is a tetrad of total lunar eclipses?
Why is the term Blood Moon being used to mean a full moon of a lunar tetrad?
Total lunar eclipse for the Americas on night of April 14-15

View larger. | Hunter's Moon collage from EarthSky Facebook friend Kausor Khan in Hyberabad, India.  Click here to expand this image

View larger. | Hunter’s Moon collage from EarthSky Facebook friend Kausor Khan in Hyberabad, India. Notice that she choose reddish moons to depict the Hunter’s Moon. That’s because many people see the Hunter’s Moon low in the sky, and moons seen low in the sky appear reddish. In 2013, the Hunter’s Moon – sometimes called the Blood Moon – came in mid-October.

Why is a Hunter’s Moon linked in people’s minds with a red moon? First of all, in autumn, the angle of the ecliptic – or sun and moon’s path – makes a narrow angle with the horizon. Image via

Secondly, the narrow angle of the ecliptic means the moon rises noticeably farther north on the horizon, from one night to the next. So, every autumn, there is no long period of darkness between sunset and moonrise. Around the time of full moon, many people see the moon low in the sky, around the time of twilight. At that time, the moon often looks reddish. Image via

Blood Moons in astronomy. The full moon nearly always appears coppery red during a total lunar eclipse. That’s because the dispersed light from all the Earth’s sunrises and sunsets falls on the face of the moon at mid-eclipse. Thus the term blood moon can be and probably is applied to any and all total lunar eclipses. It’s only in years where volcanic activity is pronounced that the moon’s face during a total lunar eclipse might appear more brownish or gray in color. Usually, the moon looks red. We astronomy writers often say it looks blood red. Why? Because it sounds dramatic, and a lunar eclipse is a dramatic natural event. Read more here: Why does the moon look red during a total lunar eclipse?

What’s more, in folklore, all the full moons have names. The names typically coincide with months of the year, or seasons. One of the most famous moon names is the Hunter’s Moon. It is the the full moon immediately following the Harvest Moon, which is the full moon occurring most closely to the autumnal equinox.

The Hunter’s Moon, in skylore, is also sometimes called the Blood Moon. Why? Probably because it’s a characteristic of these autumn full moons that they appear nearly full – and rise soon after sunset – for several evenings in a row. Many people see them when they are low in the sky, shortly after they’ve risen, at which time there’s more atmosphere between you and the moon than when the moon is overhead. When you see the moon low in the sky, the extra air between you and the moon makes the moon look reddish. Voila. Blood moon.

Dates for the Northern Hemisphere’s Harvest and Hunter’s Moons in 2014 and 2015:
Harvest Moon: September 9
Autumn Equinox: September 23
Hunter’s (Blood) Moon: October 8
Autumn Equinox: September 23
Harvest Moon: September 28
Hunter’s (Blood) Moon: October 27 <<

[sidebar:  BLOOD RITUAL METZITZAH B'PEH of course was the perfect match of GOTROCKS KING OF PAEDOPHILA U$A STANDARD OIL MONARCHY!  The so called CHOSEN 'JEWS' were sick and the sickest of the Homo Sapiens decided to be worse than any demonic curse set into motion by some superstition called RELIGION.


ROCKEFELLERS purchased the First Baptist Church, BOSTON.  Now we know the people there haven't evolved any higher in consciousness than have the ideologies of the Middle Eastern superstitions.  Beheading continues to this day, torture and hanging people too -- ask George W. Bush "Jr." a senior member now of Paedophiliaic Global Cult U$A.  Look to Clinton HILLARY for other BLOOD RITUALS, Lybia and then Blood Sacrifice Stevens "What Does IT Really Matter" !!!]


  1. Blood Rituals still practiced in the 21 Century proves what we need to know about how sick the species is.

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