Coming Four Blood Moons by John Hagee – Full sermon (Video) - And in depth view of it

 Pastor Hagee says until you see world history from God’s point of view, it makes no sense. God is the judge of all the earth. Anyone that rebels against His authority will either be destroyed or removed. In God’s Word, obedience brings the blessing. Disobedience brings judgment.

Blood Moon Prophecy

The Blood Moon Prophecy is an idea popularized by Christian pastors John Hagee and Mark Biltz that states the upcoming tetrad (a series of four consecutive total lunar eclipses, with six full moons in between, and no intervening partial lunar eclipses) which begins with the April 2014 lunar eclipse is a sign of significant things to come. Biltz believes that the Second Coming will coincide with the final eclipse of the tetrad, while Hagee only believes the eclipses are a sign of coming change in the course of history for Israel.


On April 15, 2014, there will be a total lunar eclipse. It will be the first of four consecutive total eclipses in a series, known as a tetrad (the remaining three eclipses will take place on October 8, 2014, April 8, 2015, and September 28, 2015).

Like all eclipses, it is probable that the moon will appear to be a dark red color during the eclipse due to the refraction of sunlight through the Earth's atmosphere. This is the same effect that causes sunsets to appear red. 


NASA has confirmed four consecutive total lunar eclipses will occur in 2014 and 2015 [NASA]

Tetrads are not uncommon: from the first century AD through the year 2100 there have been, or will be, 62 such events. The prophetic speculation is centered around the timing of the 2014-2015 tetrad with two important Jewish holy days, Passover and Sukkot (or Feast of Tabernacles); eight of the 62 tetrads recorded or to be recorded since the first century AD through 2100 have roughly coincided with those days. Both Hagee and Biltz state that the last three times such has happened coincided with major events in Jewish history.

Pastor John Hagee and [inset] his book

In John Hagee's book, Four Blood Moons: Something is about to change, he argues that the timing of the eclipse and subsequent eclipse in the tetrad (all coinciding with Passover and Sukkot) and the "rarity" of a tetrad is strong evidence a major change of course in history will occur. Both Hagee and Biltz note that the last three tetrads to coincide with Passover and Sukkot roughly corresponded with important events in Jewish history: the 1493–94 tetrad roughly aligns with the 1492 expulsion of the Jews from Spain; the 1949–50 event roughly corresponds with the re-establishment of the state of Israel in 1948 and the ensuing 1948 Arab-Israeli War; and the 1967–68 tetrad started right before the Six Day War. The tetrad is thus seen a "sign" of things to come.

The last Tedrad occurred in 1967 during the Six-Day Arab–Israeli War [AFP]

Biltz goes further than Hagee, equating the eclipse with Joel 2:31. The verse says the moon will turn to blood "before the great and dreadful day of the LORD comes." The probable red appearance of the moon during the April 15 eclipse is thus equated with the verse. Five other verses (Isaiah 13:10, Joel 2:10, Joel 3:15, Matthew 24:29, and Revelation 6:12) are also cited. Biltz predicts that the Second Coming of Jesus will coincide with final eclipse of the tetrad.


Around 2008, Biltz began teaching that the Second Coming of Jesus would occur in the fall of 2015. He supposedly had "discovered" an astronomical pattern that predicted the next tetrad would coincide with the end times.


Passover/Tabernacles tetrads since the time of Jesus
162-163 A.D.
795-796 A.D.
842-843 A.D.
860-861 A.D.
1493-1494 A.D.
1949-1950 A.D.
1967-1968 A.D.
2014-2015 A.D.

Four Blood Moons became a best seller, placing in the United States' top 100 many consecutive weeks. For the week ending March 30, 2014, it was the ninths best selling paperback, according to Publishers Weekly. As the eclipse approached, Hagee and Biltz's theories gained mainstream media attention in publications such as USA Today and the International Business Times, and . Earth & Sky reported receiving "a number of inquiries about Blood Moon" and wrote a piece about it.