Blood moon eclipse with Mars coming on July 27, 2018
Jul 25, 2018
A 'blood moon' is coming, accompanied by Mars, the God of War, shining more fiercely than it has for years.
The longest total lunar eclipse of the 21st century is expected to occur on Friday July 27.
Insofar as the signs in the heavens are concerned, eclipses generally depict the end of something and the start of something new. Throughout history, eclipses have been seen as evil portents. I suppose no one likes to see the end of an era, because the transition into a new era is usually disruptive.
The fact that Mars (war) is being associated with this eclipse seems to indicate the danger of war ahead.
This eclipse will not be visible in North America. Most of the rest of the world will see it, including Jerusalem.