About that solar eclipse on March 20, 2015

This is just interesting and not necessarily the belief of the Webmaster or Author.


We are coming up on the extraordinary sky signs of a Tetrad of total lunar eclipses SPLIT by a total solar eclipse.

Tetrad - Four blood moons coming

The total solar eclipse of March 20, 2015 will also SPLIT the Old World and the New World.

2015_03 20 Total Solar Eclipse

For those of us anticipating the End Times, this is significant, because End Times prophecies suggest that the #1 world power will move from the New World (U.S.) back to the Old World, specifically the area once occupied by the Roman Empire.

In Jewish lore, a solar eclipse signifies a harsh period. The following comes from “Ask the Rabbi” —

This can be compared to a human king who made a feast for his subjects, and placed a lantern before them. When he grew angry with them, he told his servant, “Take away the lantern from before them, and place them in darkness!” (Talmud Bavli, Succah 29a)

The king is God, the King of Kings; the people at the table are ourselves; the lantern is the sun. The moon obscuring the sun is the kings servant who takes away the lantern.

Although eclipses can be described in entirely natural terms and occur at set intervals, they nevertheless indicate that the period is one of Divine retribution for various sins.

But an eclipse does not mean that the sun has been extinguished (contrary to what everyone else in the world thought)! The servant did not extinguish the lantern; he merely prevented it from illuminating the kings subjects.

The eclipse will peak in mid-morning (09:45 UT). Around 11 pm (22:45 UT), the Earth will pass through the Spring Equinox, the moment at which day and night are SPLIT (exactly the same length everywhere on the planet).

In between the eclipse and the equinox will be the sundown that begins a special Sabbath celebration.

Nisan 1, 5775 is the first day of the Jewish ecclesiastical year, the day when God began to give His laws to them. In 5775/2015, Nisan 1 will be on the Sabbath, beginning at the first hour of darkness on the day of the solar eclipse that SPLITs the Tetrad and the Old/New Worlds.

This day is known as Shabbat HaChodesh. It comes precisely in the middle of the Jewish calendar year, thus the solar eclipse will also SPLIT the Shemitah of 5775, the year when all debts are forgiven.

The readings for the day include Ezekiel 45:16 – 46:18 and Exodus 12:1-20. I was particularly struck by the references to the prince providing the sacrifice.

Deuteronomy 15:1-2 At the end of seven years you will make a release. And this is the manner of the release: to release the hand of every creditor from what he lent his friend; he shall not exact from his friend or his brother, because the time of the release for the L-rd has arrived.

Ezekiel 45:17 The prince shall provide the sin offerings, the meal offerings, the burnt offerings, and the offerings of well-being, to make expiation for the House of Israel.

Exodus 12:1 The Lord said to Moses and Aaron in the land of Egypt: 2 This month shall mark for you the beginning of the months; it shall be the first of the months of the year for you. 5 Your lamb shall be without blemish. 7 They shall take some of the blood and put it on the two doorposts and the lintel of the houses in which they are to eat it. 12 For that night I will go through the land of Egypt and strike down every first-born in the land of Egypt, both man and beast; and I will mete out punishments to all the gods of Egypt, I the Lord. 13 And the blood on the houses where you are staying shall be a sign for you: when I see the blood I will pass over you, so that no plague will destroy you when I strike the land of Egypt.

If you don’t have goosebumps yet, check this out. This is what the calendar looked like the year that Jesus died and rose again. In our modern calendar, counting backwards, the year was 33 A.D.  (The Holy Thursday Seder was a special Essene custom, a Passover meal without any lamb. It was explained in the Dead Sea Scrolls.)

Now look back at the solar eclipse calendar. Do you see the extraordinary MATCHING of dates between 3793 – 33 and 5775 – 2015? How about if you look at it like this …

NOW do you have goosebumps?

Yom HaBikkurim

(Feast of Firstfruits - Leviticus 23: 11) This feast was observed the first day of the week following the Sabbath of the Passover, in other words the first Sabbath following the Passover. On this day the first of the produce of the land were presented to the Lord, to thank him for the fertility he gave to His people. Jesus rose the first day of the week.

He was the "first" of the resurrection and of those who will rise. The Feast of Unleavened bread, having begun Wednesday evening, Thursday was a day of rest (the first day of the Feast of Unleavened Bread), and Friday was a normal working day. This is probably when the women would have prepared the spices to embalm the body of Jesus.

But the next day was an ordinary Sabbath (the first Sabbath after the Passover); they rested, and went to the tomb the morning of the first day of the week. But the first day of the week, (Sunday) had already begun the evening before, on Saturday evening. Jesus was already risen "early the first day of the week," the Sunday morning, when the women came to the tomb.

To respect the "three days and three nights" in the tomb, the Lord would have had to have risen the end of the day Saturday, before the night. The gospels say: "Now when Jesus was risen early the first day of the week" (Mark 16: 9). This does not necessarily mean he rose the morning of the first day of the week. But that could mean he was already raised the first day of the week, when the women came to the tomb.