Blood Moon – Total lunar eclipse for the Americas on night of April 14-15

Total lunar eclipse in 2004 by Fred Espenak

Oftentimes, the full moon appears coppery red during a total lunar eclipse because the dispersed light from all the Earth’s sunrises and sunsets falls on the face of the moon. Thus the term Blood Moon can be and is applied to any and all total lunar eclipses.   However, the term Blood Moon seems to have special significance for some proponents of Christian prophesy, as a remarkable series of total lunar eclipses – a tetrad – begins. The first one falls on April 14 or 15 (depending on your time zone). On that night, the brilliant “star” near the April full moon is the red planet Mars, which comes closest to Earth for the year on April 14. Mars and the moon will be near each other as the eclipse takes place, and indeed, as seen from around the world, all night long. North America is in a good place to see this eclipse, by the way, and all four total eclipses of the lunar tetrad. Follow the links below to learn more about the April 14-15, 2014 total lunar eclipse…MORE

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One Response to Blood Moon – Total lunar eclipse for the Americas on night of April 14-15

  1. Capt Jill says:

    thanks for posting this, believe it or not- your post in my email this morning was the first I’ve heard of this. I’ll definitely want to check it out. :-)

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