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Monday, January 22, 2018

SIGNS IN THE HEAVENS: Rare Super Blood Moon Eclipse To Be Seen On January 31st

SIGNS IN THE HEAVENS: Rare Super Blood Moon Eclipse To Be Seen On January 31st

Blood moons and eclipses have come and gone. But the signs of the times are getting more ominous than ever.  As if the total solar eclipse last August and the “blood moons” of 2014 and 2015 weren’t enough, there will be a “super blue blood moon eclipse” on Jan. 31 – something that hasn’t happened for 150 years. And this rare event could herald war and turbulence on earth, according to a leading researcher of astronomical signs and how they interact with Scripture.


Rather than just looking skyward, Pastor Mark Biltz of El Shaddai Ministries, the man who discovered the “Blood Moons” phenomenon, says people need to be looking to their Bibles.“Many people seem to be overlooking the real importance of this event,” Biltz told WND. “The ‘supermoon’ which takes place on January 31 is what is termed a ‘blue moon,’ because it is the second full moon in one month. It’s also going to be a total lunar eclipse, making it a ‘blood moon’ as well. This is the first time there’s been a total eclipse for a blue moon in 150 years, which makes it remarkable enough. READ MORE

Apocalyptic Dust Storm Envelops Parts of MidEast, Turning Sky Blood Red

Apocalyptic Dust Storm Envelops Parts of MidEast, Turning Sky Blood Red
Heavy dust storm engulfed parts of Turkey, Iraq, and Syria on January 19, 2018, turning the sky into dark red. Over the next 72 hours, the dust cloud is expected to sweep Iran, Saudi Arabia, Yemen, Oman, Turkmenistan, Kazakhstan, and Uzbekistan, but with decreasing concentrations. Heavy dust storm coming from Syria and Iraq has enveloped Turkey’s southeast on January 19, 2018, reducing visibility and air quality.
The most affected were southeastern provinces of Diyarbakir, of Diyarbakır, Şırnak, Mardin, Şanlıurfa, and Batman, with Mardin the worst affected. Dust accompanied by muddy rain engulfed the area into darkness, forcing Mardin authorities to give differently-abled, unwell, and pregnant women in public offices a day’s leave from work, according to the Daily Sabah. READ MORE

More than 34,000 evacuated from Mayon volcano, Alert Level remains at 3

More than 34,000 evacuated from Mayon volcano, Alert Level remains at 3
Mayon volcano entered a new eruptive phase on January 13, 2018 with phreatic eruptions and lava flows from a new lava dome. It was the first eruption of this volcano since August 2014. Alert Level was raised from 1 to 3 and by January 17, more than 34,000 people living around the volcano were evacuated. The current exclusion zone includes a Permanent Danger Zone (PDZ) that extends in a 6-kilometer (3.7 km) radius around the volcano and an Extended Danger Zone
(EDZ) that extends 7 km (4.3 miles) on the southern flanks of the volcano, due to higher hazard in this area. So far, more than 34,000 people have been evacuated, although some of them come back from time to time to check on their homes. Lava flows were first observed on the southern slopes on January 14, followed by two lava collapse events producing rockfalls and pyroclastic density currents as well as degassing events which sent ash plumes SW and WSW of the volcano on January 15. READ MORE


Cape Town could be first major city in the world to run out of water

Cape Town could be first major city in the world to run out of water
Cape Town and the surrounding region of South Africa are suffering from a severe drought. Three years of low rain levels and an unseasonably dry winter mean that average dam levels are just over a quarter full. The metro area of 3.7 million has less than 90 days’ worth of water in its reservoirs, making it the first major city in the world that could run out of water. Cape Town residents and visitors can only use 13 gallons of water per day starting in February.
For those who consume more, the city’s water utility will charge a special levy that is three times higher than the current rate. The average American uses 88 gallons of water per day, according to the Environmental Protection Agency. Residents here are awaiting “Day Zero,” when water supplies in Cape Town’s reservoirs drop below 13.5%. Mayor Patricia de Lille estimated recently that the day will likely be April 21. Low rainfall and high consumption, despite the city’s best efforts to promote conservation, are taking their toll, she said. READ MORE

Powerful earthquake strikes Chile shaking neighboring Peru and Bolivia

Powerful earthquake strikes Chile shaking neighboring Peru and Bolivia
Chile has been hit with a massive 6.3 magnitude earthquake shaking the northern area of the country near the Peru border after it struck along the Ring of Fire, according to the US Geological Survey (USGS). The epicenter of the huge tremor was 47 miles south of Putre, Chile. The earthquake will have been felt as far away as neighboring Peru and Boliva, according to a USGS shake map.
Peru was devastated by a deadly earthquake just over a week ago on January 14 leaving at least 65 people injured. No reports of casualties or damage from this latest quake have emerged so far. Authorities have not issued a tsunami warning. The tremor shook the region at 10.10pm CLST, 1.10am GMT. The Peruvian city of Tacna stands less than 75 miles away from the epicenter. READ MORE

Lots of Mid-level Earthquakes Across The Americas 


1 comment:

  1. And this is an alarming sign!! Before those earthquakes😒 in Latin America and now in Alaska there was an earthquake in Taiwan. Eric, are you not thinking of the Scene of Nativity in Vatican last Christmas? Am afraid heaven must have its revenge. So it is on January 31, just thinking of counting seven days after the Super Bluemoon and Lunar Eclipse. I dont want to guess. 😞

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