Aqsa Mosque and red moon 2018

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If you are worried about Aqsa Mosque The first Kibla than you should know the facts around it because this is linked with it today is “blood moon” yes eclipse when moon turns red jewish do follow this due to thier religious terms and today they did a rubbish for thier so called greater Isreal ALLAH bless us following are the details about red moon

For the first time since 1866, the earth will experience a “super blue blood moon eclipse,” a term that describes the combination of several amazing astronomical phenomena.

The term “blood moon” refers to a total lunar eclipse, during which the moon appears reddish-orange in color. The intriguing color is the result of the moon passing through the earth’s shadow and reflecting the sun’s “red” rays, earning the moniker “blood moon.”

Within the last few years, there have been four blood moons. Amazingly, each one fell on a major Jewish holiday: Passover and Sukkot. This close interval frequency is a very rare event. In fact, before the 20th century, there had been a lengthy period when there were no such eclipses.

But this year, for the first time in 150 years, the blood moon will coincide with an even rarer occurrence called a “blue moon,” which takes place every two and a half years. According to Space.com, the last time a total eclipse of a blue moon happened was way back on March 31, 1866, with the next blue moon eclipse not expected until Dec. 31, 2028.

On the evening of Jan. 31, people will be able to witness the alignment of three different types of moon cycles in one night! On that night, the blood moon will coincide with the blue moon and the “supermoon,” the latter of which describes a full moon reaching its closest point to the Earth in its orbit, when it appears about 14 percent bigger and brighter than it normally does.

What do the Torah and Jewish tradition have to say about blood moons? Well, for starters, the first blood moon eclipse coincided with the Jewish holiday of Passover, a pivotal event that commemorates the ancient Israelites’ Exodus from slavery in Egypt. We all know that first of the ten plagues was blood.

The 10th and final plague was death of the firstborn, after which the Egyptians literally kicked the Jews out of Egypt. Death is always associated with blood. Not only that, but the Israelites were commanded by God to paint lamb’s blood on their doorways so that the plague of the Firstborn would pass over their homes.

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