Fay (30 Jan 2022)
"Strange Coincidence?"


In 2019, there was a total lunar eclipse on January 21st - which was Tu B'Shevat (New Year for Trees). In 2022, there will be a total lunar eclipse on May 16th (2 days after Israel's 74th birthday). There are 1211 days between both lunar eclipses. It struck me as important as this is the same amount of days that divided the American solar eclipses on December 14th, 2020 (solar eclipse).

It was also a year where the Jewish calendar had Adar 1 and Adar 2. Purim Katan and Purim. Both of these Purim dates were marked by full super moons. We have two Purim's in 2022. Purim Katan falls on February 15th and Purim falls on March 17th.

I am also very aware of the blood moon tetrads again. Passover - Tabernacles. Passover Tabernacles. This simply MUST be a hard pointer.