In the span of human history, we have seen on many occasions events that have changed the way mankind conducts its affairs. However, we have never lived in those times until now. Most of us have only read about them and romanticized the events as prophetic, epic, and miraculous to name a few overused adjectives.
The events that have transpired in the world have certainly caused people to open their bibles, read about Nostradamus and fawn over the likes of Edgar Casey or Sylvia Brown.
I know that in times like these, it is easy to make up your mind that we are definitely in the end times. The question is now that the domino has been pushed, how many years will we have to endure the suffering that leads to the inevitable end.?
Will it be as the Christians, Muslims and Jews have been prophesying or will it be more akin to an alien invasion as viral videos on the internet are showing strange UFO’ hovering around the sun and the moon?
The plague has certainly crippled us and in the times of Passover, it seems that when this subsides there will be a moment when the people will eventually take the plague to the pharaohs.
This again is an inevitable result of scarcity and famine.
There is a comet that we are seeing in the heaven’s that will be bright as the crescent moon. It has certainly earned its position as an omen to nations as it passes through four constellations on its trip to the sun. Some see it as a candidate for the prophecy of Wormwood, the star that turns the world bitter and poison the oceans.
Wormwood is also supposed to cross through four different constellations. Those constellations are nicknamed the Four Horseman of the Apocalypse.
Sagittarius is the rider of the White Horse. The Black Horse is Libra, and the Red is Scorpio. Ophiuchus represents the Pale Horse of prophecy and with his arrival comes pestilence and death.
Later he represents the healer who raises the dead.
We will also see the rise of the full Pink Moon – another omen that some are claiming strikes a chord with end of the world thinkers.
A Pink Moon is the rare result of several space phenomena occurring at once.
The name is slightly deceiving because the lunar surface will appear slightly orange rather than pink.
A Pink Moon is a type of Super Moon, which occurs when a new or full Moon is unusually close to Earth.
According to NASA, April’s Pink Moon will be the “most super” of the full Super Moons this year.
It will be the Passover moon as it casts its eerie glow and will signal the advent of Easter.
In the Hebrew lunisolar calendar, the months change with the new Moon and full Moons fall in the middle of the lunar months.
This full Moon is in the middle of Nisan.
According to many Rabbi’s, the Moon becoming as large as the Sun is an “injustice” to God.
On Wednesday night, Jews around the world will be gathering at home for the Passover Seder ceremony first performed 3,333 years ago on the night before the Israelites left Egypt. One part of the ceremony requires opening the front door and inviting all who are hungry to enter.
When the door opens there will be the omen moon.
This will be the second month in a row that features a Supermoon. Last month, a Supermoon appeared on the holiday of Purim another Jewish holiday.
The vigintriplicity or rather the fourth paring power of 3 in the year is not lost on those who are seeing this as end times symbolism.
Vigintitriplicity, (awareness of Triple numbers or multiple groups of numbers ) is a corollary to Carl. Jung’s Principle of Synchronicity and has an uncanny tendency to cluster seemingly unrelated “facts:” into strange, and meaningful patterns. For some reason, as yet undetermined, there operates in the human unconscious, an ordering principle which manifests itself through triplicate number patterns.