September 2015 and Prophecy

Will anything apocalyptic happen? No. Just dramas and more dramas.

September 13, 2015

New Moon 20° Virgo Partial Solar Eclipse

September 27-28, 2015

Video: Total Eclipse of the Moon

Leading Israeli Rabbi Says the Messiah is Imminent. He is calling the Jews home to ascend during the high holy days.

September 13: Rosh Hashanah Jewish New Year

September 17 - October 10: Mercury Retrograde

September 20- 25: Hajj Islamic Holiday (Mecca)

September 23: Yom Kippur

September 22-27: Pope Francis visits Washington, D.C., New York City and Philadelphia

September 27-October 4, 2015: Jewish holiday of Sukkot

September 27-28: Full Moon 4° Aries - Total Lunar Eclipse - Red Blood Moon.

There are those who link this event to end times and biblical prophecies.

Tetrads that occur on Jewish Feast Days - Shemitah Blood Moons


  Rare Supermoon Lunar Eclipse Is Just One Week Away   Live Science - September 22, 2015
With the huge supermoon lunar eclipse just one week away, it's time to dust off your small telescopes and binoculars, track down an observatory event or webcast, or draft your invitations for a moon-cake party. Don't wait too long - if you miss it, the next one isn't until 2033. During lunar perigee, the moon appears larger and brighter in the sky, which is why a full moon coinciding with perigee is known as a "supermoon." (A "minimoon" is when the full moon is at its farthest point from the Earth.)

This large moon will present the perfect canvas to watch the Earth's shadow slide over and block the moon's light. The supermoon lunar eclipse of 2015 will occur Sunday, Sept. 27, and is a confluence of three events: a full moon; a lunar eclipse, in which the Earth blocks the sun's light from hitting the moon; and lunar perigee, when the moon is in the closest part of its orbit to Earth. The last time such a confluence happened was in 1982; there were just five instances of it in the 20th century. This time around, viewers looking from the Americas, Europe, Africa, western Asia and the eastern Pacific Ocean will have a chance to see the show.

As if that weren't spectacular enough, there's the origin of the eclipse's other name, "blood moon." The moon doesn't simply disappear into Earth's shadow during a lunar eclipse; instead, it's illuminated by an eerie, reddish glow of the light refracting through the edges of Earth's atmosphere.

The total lunar eclipse will be visible from most of North America, South America, Europe, west Asia and parts of Africa will be able to see the eclipse. In the Americas, the eclipse will begin on the evening of September 27, 2015. The eclipse will last for 3 hrs and 20 mins from beginning to end. The Moon will be totally eclipsed (totality) for about 1 hr and 12 mins.

It is possible for a Lunar Eclipse to occur twice a year when the sun and moon are 180 apart in the sky and close to the celestial equator. If a total Lunar Eclipse occurs four consecutive times in a row, it is called a Tetrad. When this happens you will have four lunar eclipses occurring about 6 months apart covering a period of time of one and a half years. Tetrads can occur a number of times in one century, while other centuries will have no Tetrads. From year 1 until 2010 there were 54 Tetrads. The years 2014-2015 will be the 55th Tetrad.

The first Blood Moon eclipse in a series of four happened on the night of April 14-15, 2014. The second one took place October 7-8, 2014. The third April 4, 2015. A series of four total lunar eclipses is called a tetrad. The term Blood Moon has recently become popular when referring to the total lunar eclipses in the 2014-2015 lunar tetrad. While the term has no technical or astronomical basis, many people believe that it comes from the Bible, and that the occurrence of the lunar tetrad is a fulfillment of a biblical prophecy. - NASA