COSMIC EVENTS of 2014/2015


The rabbis teach that blood moons--known as "lunar eclipses"--are a sign used by God to indicate judgment of the nation of Israel. They also teach that solar eclipses are a sign for the judgments of the nations of the world. The discovery of the lunar and solar eclipses in 2014/2015 in relationship to God's appointed Festivals in Leviticus 23, comes from Mark Biltz, pastor of El Shaddai Ministries, in Bonner Lake, Washington. Click on this picture to watch the 10 minute Mark Blitz video presentation about the "times and seasons," and why we should be watching and anticipating the fulfillment of God's appointed times.

The four Blood Moon Lunar eclipses connected to God's Festivals during 2014-2015, occur as follows:

                                            Passover (1st Feast)                              April 15, 2014

                                            Feast of Tabernacles (7th Feast)             October 8, 2014


                                Passover  (1st Feast)                             April 4, 2015

                                            Feast of Tabernacles (7th Feast)             September 28, 2015

The two Solar eclipses connected with God’s appointed times during 2014-2015, occur as follows:

                         Adar 29/Nisan 1 (Beginning 1st Month)                 March 20, 2015

                                     Feast of Trumpets  (Beginning of 7th Month)         September 13, 2015  



It is extremely rare for this pattern of solar and lunar eclipses to fall on both Passover (1 Nisan) and Rosh HaShanah (1 Tishri) seven months later--particularly for two years in a row; then, a lunar eclipse a few days after Rosh HaShanah on Sukkot (Feast of Tabernacles) in the same year (2015). Biltz was intrigued with the statement in the Scriptures that connect the second coming of the Messiah with “signs in the heavens,” particularly the signs that “the sun will be turned into darkness and the moon into blood” before the return of Christ.  


Writing about Mark Biltz's amazing discovery in the May 2008 issue of Prophecy in the News, J. R. Church declares, “This is most unusual.  It is a rare occurrence for four lunar cycles on successive Passover and the Feast of Tabernacles (Sukkot) observances.  It will not happen again for hundreds of years.” He continues in a letter accompanying the magazine issue, “Four lunar eclipses occurring on the Feast of Tabernacles and Passover in two successive years are phenomenal.  But add to them two solar eclipses on the two days that open the Jewish year – Adar 29/Nisan1, just two weeks before Passover, and on Tishri 1 (Rosh Hashannah) – is uncanny.  On each of these six Jewish Holy Days, the sun will be darkened and the moon will not give her light.  Will this happen again in the 21st century?  No.  However, this phenomenon did occur in the 20th century during significant times in Israel's history; in 1949/1950, the year following Israel’s statehood, and 1967/1968, the year Jerusalem was liberated in the Six-Day War!  Before that, you have to go back to 1493 for four successive lunar eclipses on Passover and the Feast of Tabernacles” (May 2008 letter).  




Mark Biltz Video: Eclipses Part I - Signs, Seasons and Convocations" interview at Maranatha Chapel

Mark Biltz Video: Eclipses Part II - Signs, Seasons and Convocations" interview at Maranatha Chapel