David W (31 July 2016)
"Sextet (6) Blood Moons"


Sextet (6) Blood Moons

Three years in a row, we have a blood moon on Passover and Tabernacles; 2014, 2015,2016.
This became possible because the barley was in head meaning that the barley would be ready for the wave offering. Two witnesses verified that indeed the barley was in head and they went to the newly formed Sanhedrin and reported their facts to this event. This is the first time since 70 A.D. that this was able to happen per the Bible instructions.

Finding the barley in head meant that an extra month would need to be added to calendar to make up difference between moon and sun rotations. This is the Jewish way to keep their calendar correct. They add an extra month when needed per the barley being in head while we in the USA add a day every 4 years.

This meant that Passover began March 23rd at sun set allowing the Blood Moon to be on Passover. In Israel and the world, this year Jewish/Messianic people follow 2 different Jewish calendars. Most would follow the solar/moon movements calendar based on math calculations, while few would follow the calendar based on how the Bible instructs. Most would observe Passover a whole month later; no Blood moon.

The last of 6 Blood moons is fast approaching in September, while most will observe their fall feasts a month  later. This last Blood Moon will be seen in Israel.
 
Tabernacles will be September 16 or 17 based upon sighting of the new moon;  I am sure the 2 witnesses in Israel will sight the moon on the correct day so that the Blood Moon will in fact be on Tabernacles.

What does this all mean?

My guess is this: There was a Blood Moon Tetrad (4 Blood Moons) on Passover and Tabernacles when the Jewish people got their NATION also when they got their CITY  Jerusalem. Therefore the Sextet (6) Blood Moons might be for Israel getting their TEMPLE built. Each of the Blood moon tetrad meant WAR; therefore war it might be to get their temple.

But, in truth, who knows? Only God!

http://www.messianicjews.com.au/hebrew-calendar
http://www.timeanddate.com/eclipse/list.html