By Yakov Levi, http://SolomonsPorch.TV.

What does the April 14th-15th blood moon earlier this year and the one expected on October 8th-9th have in common?  They both are visible clearly from the Pacific Northwest and West Coast of the United States.  Only those who understand the prophetic geography of North America can interpret the prophetic pictures being portrayed in the skies.  Unlike the Blood Moon on April 14th – 15th, this one, on October 8th will be one sunset earlier than the actually first day of a Jewish (Biblical) Feast – the Feast of Tabernacles.  The first night of the Feast of Tabernacles begins at sunset on October 9th.

The most intense visibility of the 1st of the 4 Blood Red Moon Tetrads began on, Monday, April 14th (Nisan 14) at 9:52 PM Pacific Standard Time. The eclipse lasts 5 hours over this region.  If you observe the October 8, 2014 eclipse, observers within the intense red shading can see the eclipse form beginning to end.  Prophetically, this is significant for those who are in the Western United States.

Notice the 8.2 magnitude earthquake on Nisan 1 or, Tuesday, April 1, 2014 in Chile occurred in the region covered by the Blood Red Moon.  It occurred at the end of the Biblical New Year day.  The numerical date of this event is 4/1/2014 and I will explain later how the embedded numbers of 144, 114, 14, 2, 11 and 10 are symbolizing the coming Ministry of the 144,000 and Two Witnesses.  I am not sure at the time of this writing what major prophetic events are associated with the second Blood Red Moon.

The western United States has a prophetic geography that symbolizes Israel and this is why the first of the four Blood Red Moon Tetrads appears visible to those in this region of the world.  I will explain the poetry and story that is told in the landscape shortly below.  I have included numerous references/links at the end of this article for ease of verification of relevant facts.

April 15th, 2014 Blood Red Moon Eclipse over North America.

April 15th, 2014 Blood Red Moon Eclipse over North America.

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