Something is very different, something big impending. The entire world is quickly changing.
The loneliest job in the world is not that of Obama or Putin but atop them all is Israel's Prime Minister, Benjamine Netanyahu. Here is a man who sits in desperate detachment from the whole world, alone at the desk of final decision, and at the center of the most critical moment in history. He is surrounded by over a billion Muslims, armed to the teeth, with hearts full of hatred of Jews, and sworn to annihilate Israel and to kill every Jew on earth. Netanyahu's hour of decision rides him like the weight of the world and he must make that earth-shaking decision ... now. He only has two options. One is to attack Iran's nuclear capability and neutralize their constant, threatening determination to turn Israel into a holocaust heap of nuclear ash. But if he attempts to pre-empt Iran's nuclear attack by attacking it first, the world would retaliate and Obama has publically warned he will shoot down Israel's planes if they try it. Netanyahu's only other option is to do nothing and leave his homeland exposed to Iran's almost certain nuclear annihilation of Israel as soon as they are ready. Either way, Netanyahu will be blamed for the horrific consequences which will befall Israel. Of all the appalling, ghastly jobs in the world, I would not want to be in Netanyahu's shoes, but I would rather be in his than in Obama's. RB
"Let it even be established, that thy name may be magnified for ever,
saying, The LORD of hosts is the God of Israel ...." 1 Chron.17:24.
The god of Islam, Allah, hates the Jews. Jehovah God loves them.
Even the "religious curiosity" of CBS has been given print space.
Blood Moon With Total Lunar
Eclipse & Eerie Biblical Message
Rising Over U.S. Easter Weekend
From CBS SF Bay Area April 1, 2015
(CBS SF) — Get ready to feast your eyes on an extra special and rare total lunar eclipse Saturday morning that has some Christians worried this Easter weekend. For the third time in less than a year, the moon will dip into Earth’s shadow, turning its bright white globe a deep coppery red in a matter of minutes. The action begins at 3:16 a.m. PST on the morning of April 4 when the edge of the moon first enters the amber core of Earth’s shadow. For the next hour and 45 minutes, Earth’s shadow will move across the lunar disk, ultimately covering the entire moon at 4:58 a.m. PST. The total phase of the lunar eclipse will only last about 5 minutes, making it the shortest lunar eclipse of the century on the morning of Easter Vigil, traditionally observed as the period between Good Friday and Easter Sunday. The eclipse also falls within the first night of Passover, observed by Jews worldwide beginning Friday at sunset. Some total eclipses last for more than an hour, in this case, totality spans just 4 minutes and 43 seconds since the moon will be skimming the outskirts of the Earth’s shadow, rather than passing centrally through it. The moon’s red tint is caused by the Earth covering the sun. This red light from the rim of the Earth then beams onto moon, transforming it into a giant red orb. Lunar eclipses usually come in no particular order, but sometimes the sequence is more orderly. When four lunar eclipses are all total, the series is called a tetrad. This Saturday will be the third of four total eclipses in the 18-month long tetrad series. Previous eclipses occurred on April 15, 2014 and. Oct. 8, 2014. After Saturday, the next one is expected on Sept. 28, 2015. Such a closely-spaced succession of eclipses is a fairly rare occurrence.
Some Christians believe the blood moon lunar eclipse tetrad could be connected to Jesus’ return — or signify a world-changing event about to take place. According to the King James Bible, “The sun shall be turned into darkness, and the moon into blood, before the great and the terrible day of the Lord comes,” (Joel 2:31). Regardless of your religious beliefs, it will be a breathtaking spectacle you’ll want to wake up early to see. Just make sure to be outside no later than 4:58 a.m. PST to watch the transition.
'Blood Moons' a special message
But Biltz and others say it is not just the timing of the Passover blood moon that is remarkable but the length of the eclipse.