Remember all of the pretend Christians making much ado about the Blood Moons a few months ago? The idea that the four blood moons was in the Bible was heavily promoted by heretic John Hagee and Mark Blitz.
It was an event which excited the apostates in the fall. Someone this writer knows even celebrated the Blood Moon with church members–at a bonfire (a pagan event) no less.
The Pagan Origins of Halloween and Bonfire Night
But apostates weren’t the only ones excited by the Blood Moons–as the following links about the Blood Moon of 2011 demonstrates. The following are merely a sample.
- Witchcraft and Shamanism: Working with the Moon (The Pagan’s Path)
- Blood (Harvest) Moon Ritual (Witches of the Craft)
- The Blood Moon! (Christian Witch)
- October’s Blood Moon Ritual (The Witch of Howling Creek)
IF the Blood Moon mania was the only occult infusion, one could mark it up to those in the churches being deceived and go back to sleep. But with the publication of The Circle Maker in 2013 and a variety of occult/pagan rituals now practiced in the churches, witchcraft has found a comfortable home in the American churches.
There will be more celebrations of Blood Moons in the upcoming months of 2015. The churches will be holding various events. The wolves in the pulpit and on TV will be explaining once more why pagan rituals and witchcraft are again part of their church activities.
The reader may wish to remember that.
But the Bible tells us that most won’t.
“And all that dwell upon the earth shall worship him, whose names are not written in the book of life of the Lamb slain from the foundation of the world.“
Is YOUR calling and election sure?
- The John Hagee Deception: Jesus not the Messiah for the Jews
- Do You Know if You are Going to Heaven? Be Sure!
- Christianity and the Occult: The Occult goes to Church
- PRAYER CIRCLES: Another Pagan Practice in the Church
- Satan Has Counterfeited the Christian Church
- The Circle Maker: End Times Deception in a Magic Circle
- USA is a Christian Nation: It’s Like a Brand Name, Not a Description
- End Times Apostasy: Counterfeit Christians have Infiltrated the Churches
- Assembling Together, Fellowship and the Apostate Church
- Persecution of the Saints: The Fear and the Pit and the Snare
by Jeremiah Jameson
–with Mondo Frazier
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12 thoughts on “Four Blood Moons: American Church Comfortable with Witchcraft”
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I think the blood moons are significant, how you attribute their significance is another matter. In the Middle East we have seen a war in Gaza and the emergence of the Islamic State, and we are not half-way through the tetrad. These are not trivial things. That the apostate church loves witchcraft is another matter entirely. But these are signs in the heavens.
Thank you for taking the time to stop by and leave a comment.
“Ye shall not add unto the word which I command you, neither shall ye diminish ought from it, that ye may keep the commandments of the LORD your God which I command you.”
Blood Moons and most that has been written about them has been speculation: complete and absolute speculation. Worse than speculation, that a “blood moon” is a sign in the heavens referred to in the Bible is twisting Scripture beyond what is written.
There is nothing in God’s Word about “the tetrad.”
Again, that is speculation. The question to ask is: where is this coming from?
The Bible tells believers exactly where this originates–and it will only get worse.
Thanks once more for your comment.
All this is from Kabbalah, the religion of the Pharisees. It’s witchcraft. Paul & Jesus both confronted it & rebuked it.
I disagree. Genesis 1:14 says they are for signs and for seasons. Here’s another: http://informedchristians.com/index.php/Articles/does-revelation-show-the-tribulation-midpoint-celestial-date
Thank you once more for taking the time to comment.
Genesis 1:14 does indeed say the “lights in the firmament of heaven” are for signs and for seasons. Leaving aside 1- the whole context of Genesis 1:14; 2- the whole range of “lights” in Genesis !:14 and 3- the whole un-truncated verse of Genesis 1:14, one cannot make up one’s own signs and not run afoul of God’s clear Word not to add to what is given.
There are no Four Blood Moons in the Bible. There is no tetrad. These only have come from man’s imagination–and God Word continuously warns of man’s imagination.
YOU may disagree. That is immaterial. What is germane is: what does the Bible say? The Bible is silent. ALL chattering about blood moons is speculation and “cunningly devised fables.”
ONCE MORE: Where are these fables originating from? It’s not the Bible. In your previous comment you claim that “That the apostate church loves witchcraft is another matter entirely.”
The blood moons come from witchcraft and are being promoted by hirelings and wolves in the pulpit and frauds in the pews. It is not another matter entirely.
As there is no un-wrenched Scripture to support the Blood Moons, thanks for the discussion.
Again, thank you for your comment.
Why would you thank me for my comment on the one hand while being dismissive of me on the other? That is disingenuous and not in the right spirit.
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One can appreciate communication without agreeing on its contents. Anyone who has taught–or learned–can appreciate this.
I think you have just confirmed your own spirit of iniquity. It is sad that you cannot be humble about this. If you cannot be humble, why should I or anyone else trust anything you have to say?
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Since the discussion has wandered far, far off-topic, we’ll make this the last installment.
Your last comment claimed that disagreeing with you while maintaining civility was “dismissive.”
My previous comments were polite. My last comment was dismissive.
All who read can tell the difference.
Thanks for helping demonstrate the difference–as well as your comment.
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