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Re: A Blood Moonless Evening?

Posted: Sat Oct 10, 2015 7:32 pm
by Paidion
As far as I know, they're keeping pretty quiet.

Re: A Blood Moonless Evening?

Posted: Sun Oct 11, 2015 12:43 pm
by ryan
I came across this tweet on Dr. Michael Brown's timeline recently. Maybe this will be the approach that some pro-Blood Moon folks take in finding some sort of significance to attach to the event?

Dr. Michael L. Brown ‏@DrMichaelLBrown Oct 1:
"Within days of the last blood moon, Russia takes over the war in Syria & the Palestinian flag goes up for the first time at the UN. FYI :)" ... 7973174272

Re: A Blood Moonless Evening?

Posted: Sun Oct 11, 2015 10:56 pm
by Singalphile
Ah, well ... that's something, I guess. (M. Brown's opinion is not very clear from those tweets, by the way.)


Re: A Blood Moonless Evening?

Posted: Mon Oct 12, 2015 8:25 am
by ryan
Right... I should have been more clear there. I don't think he was ever aboard the hype-train like some, but I did notice that in some replies to that initial comment he said that he was "open to the possibility of God getting our attention through these things."

I mostly just meant that the line of thinking he presented on current events may be what others will grab on to as some sort of proof for the Hagee-level way of thinking.

Seems to me though that there's NEVER any shortage of events in the Middle East that you could pull from the news to attach to the blood moons, if you really wanted to find something to validate them. :?

Re: A Blood Moonless Evening?

Posted: Fri Oct 23, 2015 7:33 pm
by Jepne
I totally agree, Ryan.

I know the excitement has died down, but, found this article the other day on Brad Jersak's site. It is a bit light-hearted and has some nuggets which might help for when the next onslaught of nonsense comes along, as well as the judaizing that seems to be continual.

Bless you all.