Hi Jim & Doves,
Whats remarkable about these lunar eclipses is the
extremely rare tetrads. Lunar eclipses are common enough affairs.
However, when Mark Biltz linked four yearly tetrads to the fate of
modern Israel, everything changed. With tetrads of lunar eclipses
coming to us on repetitive feast days is a quite rare and noteworthy
'There shall be signs in the sun, the moon and the stars'
Clumping 1918 into the mix doesn't fit Jim.. Nothing
is rare about the two lunar eclipses that will occur in 2018.. Its only
the series of tetrads on Rosh that the Almighty calls us to consider.
There are none after 2015/2016 for 300 years.
Thats also why I believe we are already in the 70th
week of Daniel. Its almost the third year of the Trib now. Do you
honestly think we can last 7 more years on this earth. I certainly
don't Jim. Check out the NASA website again