Thursday, January 22, 2015

Is the Next Lunar Eclipse in April 2015 a Partial or Total? - Amazing Worldwide Event #2 Linked to Bible Prophecy

I was surprised when I went looking for information about the coming lunar eclipse on April 4, 2015, that is linked to Bible prophecy because I discovered it is sometimes being called a partial eclipse. (Tweet that!)

As we've discussed before, these lunar eclipses are spiritually, prophetically, and Biblically important because they are a tetrad falling on the first and last of the seven Jewish holy feast days (that is, Passover and the Feast of Tabernacles) two years in a row. A tetrad is defined as four total lunar eclipses in a row without any partial lunar eclipses falling in between them.

Therefore if this #3 eclipse is only a partial eclipse, that would be extremely important information because that would mean this is not actually a tetrad or series of four total lunar eclipses. (Tweet that!)

Furthermore, if this were only a partial eclipse then it would not be a total lunar eclipse on Passover.(Tweet that!)

On this topic, the site gives this explanation on why the site is calling this a partial lunar eclipse in some of its material:

(*) Total eclipses with a very short period of totality and partial eclipses that come close to reaching totality may be labelled wrongly or inconsistently as total or partial eclipses. We are aware of this problem and are working on a solution.

While in the heading of the article the April 4, 2015, event is called a "partial lunar eclipse," the article itself calls it a "total lunar eclipse."

This eclipse will last for 3 hours and 29 minutes from beginning to end. The moon will be totally eclipsed (the totality) for about 5 minutes. (Tweet that!)

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