Most striking to Biltz were the widespread upheavals he saw linked to the Jewish people and the State of Israel during what NASA labeled “tetrads,” or the phenomena of four full lunar eclipses in two years.Namely, he recognized that the Inquisition, and Israel’s War of Independence and the Six Day War all occurred during these periods of four “blood moons.” (During the fall of the Second Temple, although not a tetrad year, there were a host of heavenly events, he said.) This week the world will experience the third of a tetrad of “blood moons,” colloquially termed because of Rayleigh scattering (which also causes sunsets to appear red) in filtered moonlight through the Earth’s atmosphere.He will now have to learn how to live with Nerith, a barbaric elven warlock who does not understand civilized concepts such as laws, morals, or pants... I write this comment just to say "thank you lady/mister Touwaku!" (I don't know if you are man or woman sorry!Many stops in seaside villages in town to enjoy local cuisine and wine.
When two cupids materialize out of thin air to give her the results, and then poof her into another dimension, Kimmy’s sure she’s dreaming!Not only is the distance between those stars so vast that no life could hope to communicate in real time, that distance grows because the universe is still expanding from the explosion that created it.Despite this distance, and this loneliness, the universe is made of celestial connections.Biltz had accidentally stumbled upon the now wildly popular four blood moon phenomena.He wrote a 2008 book about it and had his idea capitalized upon by popular Pastor John Hagee, who also wrote a bestselling book and recently produced a movie screened in theaters around the world last week.