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Blood moons

February 26, 2014

Dear editor: This year is the beginning of a phenomenon that the world has rarely see....

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Crossley

Mar-05-14 7:35 AM

Read your Bibles. Believe or do not believe, it is your choice. I believe.

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Backwoods

Mar-03-14 10:17 AM

Rancor, in the post I had removed, I basically described the possibility of the fulfillment of Psalm 83. Past tetrads that have fallen on feast days have first brought tragedy and then triumph to the Jewish people and the nation of Israel. These are facts, they are a matter of record.

Without going into details that would have post removed this is what I was saying.

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Kaspar

Mar-01-14 10:25 AM

Interesting to say the least ....... however, for the nay-sayers and scoffers - God will not be mocked with out consequence(s).

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Rancor

Mar-01-14 2:11 AM

Backwoods, sorry I did not have the opportunity to see your comment before it was removed. Perhaps you could re-post your arguments in a rephrased way.

The middle east has been a source of conflict for much of recorded history, I do not need blood moons to tell me that conflict will continue to arise there. One only need to look at the relevant facts to determine that.

I am glad to hear you did not base your opinion on a single book. All too often people read a book like that and use it as their only source. In your research I encourage you to actively look for arguments that oppose your viewpoint. When attempting my own researches I like to actually take up a contrary point of view and attempt to argue against my proposition, to see if it can hold up.

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MTOMTO

Feb-28-14 11:21 AM

"Now MTOMTO can tell us how you catch a “unique” rabbit."

Ahhh, the classics never seem to age to me.

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MTOMTO

Feb-28-14 11:19 AM

Backwoods, On a more serious note, I agree that there will be significant events in the Middle East sooner rather than later. It may be based on my own ignorance of the topic, but I don't know if the blood moons have relevance or not.

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Backwoods

Feb-28-14 10:59 AM

While I'm in the mood I think I'll go and see if I catch a unique rabbit. :)-

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Backwoods

Feb-28-14 10:56 AM

If I were to express my beliefs on Ouija boards and Magic Eights balls my detractors would really be maligning me. But then on the other hand, there are more than just Micky Mouse who reside in fantasy-land.

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Heydrich

Feb-28-14 10:05 AM

I have never owned a Ouija board, but I actually bought a Magic 8 Ball a couple of weeks ago after wanting one for years. Now I can finally get my life in order.

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Backwoods

Feb-28-14 9:54 AM

Many do not believe and that's OK, its their choice.

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Backwoods

Feb-28-14 9:52 AM

Rancor, in no-way am I saying this is the end of the world. (As I was accused of and humorously maligned) What I am saying is, that the odds are very good for, and I do believe, we are going to see significant events take place in the Middle East that will affect the whole world. What is about to take place in the next year and a half in very “unique.”

Now MTOMTO can tell us how you catch a “unique” rabbit.

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Backwoods

Feb-28-14 9:50 AM

Rancor, I was involved in researching this currant tetrad of blood moons long before I hear about John Hagee’s book or teaching on it. This has often been in the news (web-sites) for over two years. Being a prophecy buff when I heard about it, first from my brother-in-law, then on the news it stirred an interest within me to find out more about it. I should point out that I have not had a TV for over five years so there are many things I do not hear about until long after the fact.

Rancor, you agree that the dates are correct and as I looked into the history of the Jewish people and Nation of Israel I found the facts to be correct. I had a post removed yesterday (why, I don’t understand) but I hope you had a chance to see it before hand. In it tried to address some of your points as to where I’m coming from.

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Rancor

Feb-28-14 7:43 AM

Backwoods, to be accurate, I never disputed the information. Rather I disputed the correlation between the information.

Your dates are correct. However, there is a failure to mention the "blood moons" that have no significant events attached to them nor the fact that the moons that do appear near the events you mentioned occur a year BEFORE the "blood moon" tetrad.

The facts are not in dispute, the conclusions drawn from the facts are.

If you want to believe these blood moons have a prophetic quality to them, that is your business. But I implore you; make sure you are aware of all the facts not just the ones that Mr. Hagee thinks are important.

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Backwoods

Feb-27-14 5:01 PM

I know MTOMTO, I got a real chuckle out of your comments.

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MTOMTO

Feb-27-14 4:56 PM

Backwoods,

It was in jest, no ill intentions intended. I just don't put much stock in spiritualistic things, unless you are talking about Magic 8 Balls. Those things are scary accurate.

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Backwoods

Feb-27-14 3:16 PM

I see that the truth must have offended someone because one of my posts was removed.

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colorado

Feb-27-14 1:43 PM

We have a winner---The various groups or individuals have all predicted our demise in the last decade. FYI-- there are 10 more that have predicted it in the future starting in 2020 and going forward.

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Lifelongresident

Feb-27-14 1:10 PM

Let me guess. They predicted the end of the world or some other horrible event that never happened.

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MTOMTO

Feb-27-14 1:05 PM

I thought I had something, but you threw me off with the "Various Groups" inclusions.

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colorado

Feb-27-14 12:22 PM

Nancy Lieder---Aum Shinrikyo---House of Yahweh---Pat Robertson---Various Groups---Order of Golden Dawn---Howard Camping---Ronald Weinland---Various different groups---Jose Luis De Jesus---Warren Jeffs---Grigori Rasputin---John Hagee.

Anyone care to hazard a guess as to what all these folks have had in common the last decade? LOL

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Backwoods

Feb-27-14 11:06 AM

I have read all of the comment about my letter with a great interest in each and everyone of them. I have to admit they are about what I expected. They range from disputing the information to mocking it in a humorous fashion. (I got to admit that I got a good laugh from some of your comments)

In the past couple of years that I have been examining (blood moons, tetrads, i.e.) information and as I talk to other believers (Christians) about it I’ve been surprised. Not only how little professing Christians knew about the subject, but also how little they seemed to care. Although I guess I should not be surprised because many Christians I know understand very little about what’s in their Bible. This being the case how can you expect the people in the world to understand it, you can’t.

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Backwoods

Feb-27-14 10:31 AM

Rancor, nowhere have I read where the world comes to an end but it does come to the end of an age.

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Backwoods

Feb-27-14 10:26 AM

Jesus told the Pharisees that they could discern the weather by the signs in the heavens but they could not discern the signs of the times. I fear not much has changed in this regard in the last two thousand years. As I stated in the letter….in a short time we will know….one way or the other.

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Rancor

Feb-27-14 9:13 AM

MTO, believe it or not those things can generally be fixed at home. There is no need to pay for an expensive Ouija Board repair specialist (who most likely will ask for your first born or the closest living equivalent)

All it requires is a little glue, some paint, and the ritual sacrifice of a small woodland creature to forest gods.

I hope you get your board fixed soon, otherwise you'll never find out where you great-great-great grandmother hid all that gold.

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MTOMTO

Feb-27-14 9:02 AM

Does anyone have the phone number of a good Ouija board repairman?

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