Prophecy in the News

Blood Moon Eclipses with Mark Biltz and Prophecy in the News

I was conducting some research a few nights ago looking to understand the Jewish calendar in more detail… Nevertheless, in connection with the article below, this video interview regarding the subject matter of the email I received the other day regarding the eclipses…

Watch these six small videos…

This Rosh Hashanah (Feast of Trumpets), Sept 29, 2008, starts the next Sabbatical year and it ends the same time in 2015 (7 years). These types of signs are to appear just prior to Christ’s return (e.g., 2015) if my chart is valid. There are to be 4 Lunar and 2 Solar eclipses during those two years… This lines up with my theory… It appears that 2014-2015 may be the time of intense persecution of the Jews by the Antichrist during the Tribulation, just before Christ’s return.

Prophecy In The NewsIt’s incredible that they all line up on Jewish holidays; and the last time Four Blood Moons fell on Jewish holidays the same Jewish calendar year was 1968-1969, 1949-1950, 1492-1493, etc. All are significant Jewish dates. I’ll be conducting more research to validate these findings as I need to learn more about the Jewish Feasts… will keep you posted.

To learn more about my theory on the Rapture (i.e., The Escape or Harvest) then please visit my Rapture post.

In His Mighty Grip!
Kingdom Engineer

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Randall Russell

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14 Comments

  • Susan Thomas

    Reply Reply September 19, 2008

    Maybe you can answer this question?

    The question has to do with those blood-red moons
    landing on the Jewish holidays – the signs mentioned
    by Mark Blitz.

    Do you know if there is any series of blood moons
    associated with Ez. 38, 39 events? Or even Is. 17:1?
    – or other heavenly events coming up soon that could
    indicate the above scriptures happening. Grant Jeffrey seems to think that whenever Ez. 38,39 does happen, it might occur on (a) Dec 24th. of some year – ref. Hosa
    I think it was.

    It would seem to me that the above are such important
    event’s in the life of Israel, something would be
    there and why not, it not? Personally, I have no
    thoughts on any time scale for Ez 38, 39., pre, middle or at the end of the tribulation period – I just don’t know.

    Any thoughts on this matter would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.

  • Kingdom Engineer

    Reply Reply September 25, 2008

    Hi Susan, thank you for your comments. I’m sorry for the delay. I’ve been getting married, bought a home, went on a honeymoon, and now trying to move into our home.

    I have a theory now for the past year that Dec 21, 2012 (Mayan Date) is Mid-Trib. And that from 2013-2016 (3.5 years) is the “Great Tribulation”. The Blood Moons just so happen to fall within this time frame on Jewish year (Sept 2014-2015) where in Zach talks about Israel’s greatest time of persecution (2/3rds die).

    Also, in my opinion, the Battle of Ez 38-39 is a ONGOING battle just like the Iraq war has been. There is enough verbage to indicate that it starts before the 7 year Peace Treaty is confirmed, that weapons will be burned as fuel for 7 years; and also verbage that indicates the Birds will be feasting on the participants as mentioned in Revelation about the battle of Armageddon.

    I personally believe that the Rapture of the Church will be within the next 14 days during this year’s “Feast of Trumpets”. Somewhere between Sept 30-Oct 9, 2008; which concludes on Yom-Kippor (Day of Atonement). My theory doesn’t work for 2007 or 2009; but only for this year!

    Hope this helps… these are my thoughts and theory.

  • BrotherW

    Reply Reply September 29, 2008

    This Blood Moon stuff is nothing but date setting it is no better than the Jehovah Witnesses or William Miller. I hate to play the skeptical Apologetic Preacher in this discussion but I will. Blood Red Moon connection could be a coincidence and even if it is not it has to do with Israel’s history so it could be an Israeli War, invasion, peace, etc. Second, we do not know when the Lord will return but setting dates sure isn’t going to help anything. You Blood Red Moon people are the latest in a group of date setters. The Lord told US He would come at a time we least expect as a thief in the night. We don’t what this means. That idea of a 3.5 years Tribulation is looney too, the Tribulation is seven years: 3.5 years with the Beast Government, Peace Treaty, Mark, Abomination of Desolation and 3.5 of the most terrible wrath of God ever unleashed. I also personally think that while we are closer than ever to the Lord’s coming we have not seen all the infrastructure setup for the Beast government yet. Just because we are raptured out before the worst Beast government phase does not mean we don’t experience its early phases of setup and domination.

  • Kingdom Engineer

    Reply Reply September 29, 2008

    BrotherW…

    Thank you for your comments, but I believe you need some clarity in some areas.

    You’re right in that the Blood Moons do have a historical significance concerning Israel. It generally means trouble for Israel.

    Second, Jesus rebuked the Pharasies of the day for NOT discerning the signs of the times; nor recognizing who Christ was. If you can recall, Christ told us that we “would know when His coming is near, even at the door!” And if you read the verse you quoted in it’s proper context, you’ll see that He is coming as “a thief” only to those who are NOT prepared or looking; that’s why we eagerly try to fit all the pieces of the puzzle together. Some of us are wired that way; or considered “Watchmen” as Ezk 33:6 states.

    Third; nowhere in this post does it allude to a 3.5 Tribulation… The scripture clearly speaks of two 42 month time periods… the entire 70th week of Daniel is the “Tribulation” period; where the last 3.5 years (42 months) is the “Great Tribulation” as described in Daniel 12 and Matthew 24.

    And finally, if you study the Jewish culture as all, you’ll find that today is the start of the “Feast of Trumpets”. So if there is ANY validity to this THEORY then the Rapture would take place in the next 24-48 hours. Only time will tell. Regardless, just “pray that you’re counted worthy to escape these things that are to come” (Luke 21-34-36). Our time is shorter than you think!

    In His Mighty Grip!!!
    Randall

  • Dd

    Reply Reply October 15, 2008

    Hi.
    Well this date: “Somewhere between Sept 30-Oct 9, 2008”
    has passed.
    Are you still here/there?

    Dd.

  • Cretien

    Reply Reply November 17, 2008

    The truth is, there will be war in 2010 where 3 heads would be wounded (Last beast with 10 horns), then in 2011 there will be a peace covenant (Antichrist) between Israel and the Arabs. Then near the end of 2014/2015 is the Desolation of Abomination (1290 days from covenant). Then in 2018 will be the last battle (Armageddon), then Christ shall return.

    How do we know this? Prophecies in the Psalms.

    Also take note, that by 2018, it would be Israel’s 70th birthday, since it’s birth in 1948.

    As for rapture, there is no pre-rapture, we will be taken through it, but many believers shall take their own life in 2014/15.

    • Mike Wellman

      Reply Reply May 3, 2010

      Professor Tong,

      I believe you are wrong about the rapture,

      The Hebrews were commanded to count the Omer 50 days from Passover to Pentecost.
      There is another Omer count from Yom Yerusalem (1967) to Jerusalem restored (to it’s rightful owner).
      – If we know that the last 7 is for Israel then the Gentiles have the 43rd year (2010).
      – The month of Iyyar is the Barley (Gentiles) havest, the month of Sivan is the Wheat (Israel).
      – During Shavuot (Sivan 6th) the priest waves the two loaves (Barley and Wheat)
      – Seven days before Shavuot we are still in Iyyar 28 (Yom Yerushalem) the 43rd day of the Omer (May 12th, 2010).

      Read Ruth, Boaz (the kinsman redeemer) was still threshing barley in the month of Iyyar when he betrothed Ruth (the gentile).

      This all may seem pretty confusing if you havent made a study of the Hebrew feasts.

      But, If you should see confirming signs next week, be wise, fill your lamp in prayer (Mat25) and look up! (Luk21).

      In Christ our rightousness.

      Mike Wellman, wellman.europe@gmail.com

    • dayofwrath

      Reply Reply August 15, 2010

      I agree with you.I recommend that all read the book: the coin of the temple.Nobody can predict the exact date without the revelation of the Holy Spirit.

  • TheSwordNPen

    Reply Reply May 10, 2009

    Well Kingdom Engineer you just lost all your crediblity, Why did you lose your credibilty, you preach a Romish doctrine that never in God’s Word exists a rapture or the taking away, go back and read your word, you will see as in the days of Noah. The days of Noah say that two are standing and one is taken. Who was taken in the days of Noah. The wicked where taken. So I would say count it all joy you are still here. When Yeshua returns all will see him and wail for him as one who bemoans a brother. His brightness will destroy all the wicked. The Romish doctrine was introduced only 112 years ago by the Jesuits. You need to know your word. God Bless you.

    • Kingdom Engineer

      Reply Reply February 17, 2011

      Sorry SwordnPen… but in my opinion your perspective is completely skewed. Your belief that it was introduced only 112 years ago is a deception from the pit of hell!

      So tell us what Paul was talking about in 1 Thes 4:15-18 and again in 1 Cor 15:51-52? And yes, there are also other subtle examples of a “rapture” or “Great Assembly” even in the OT. For example Isa 26:19-21 is a picture of the rapture.

      19 Your dead shall live;
      Together with my dead body[b] they shall arise.
      Awake and sing, you who dwell in dust;
      For your dew is like the dew of herbs,
      And the earth shall cast out the dead.
      Take Refuge from the Coming Judgment
      20 Come, my people, enter your chambers,
      And shut your doors behind you;
      Hide yourself, as it were, for a little moment,
      Until the indignation is past.
      21 For behold, the LORD comes out of His place
      To punish the inhabitants of the earth for their iniquity;
      The earth will also disclose her blood,
      And will no more cover her slain.

      The “escape” or “Rapture” was as mystery not understood until PAUL revealed it as such… So please, don’t try to tell me or the readers of this blog that there is no mention of escape in the scripture. Even Christ mentions it in Lk 21:34-36. What is He talking about escaping? Read it in context! Please! Your life depends on it! Thank you for participating and your future comments are still welcome!

      In His Mighty Grip!

  • Kathleen

    Reply Reply October 31, 2009

    Just a note to say that the Feasts of the LORD (YHWH) are exactly that, the Feasts of the LORD (YHWH), not the Feasts of the Jews. And, the Almighty calls them a “perpetual” commandment. That means; unbroken, unending, and eternal. They are forshadowings and remembrances of what He has done and what he is going to do in the earth. We are to keep them so that we and our children will not forget what he has done and so that we will be prepared for what He is going to do, as the five virgins who are watching for His appearing. The Fall Feasts are rehearsals of the end. Signs in the heavens and human events are often linked to these Feasts

  • Jeffrey R. Camino

    Reply Reply January 6, 2011

    The Rapture is discussed very clearly in the Bible. You can follow this link to learn more about the Rapture, days of Noah, etc.

    • Kingdom Engineer

      Reply Reply July 21, 2011

      Jeff… I’m very familiar with the Rapture concept… and believe it 110%. Time is short my friend! Stay tuned!

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