Day 16: The Blue of His Heart

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All summer long, I have gone on and on (and ON) about the three full supermoons between the spring feasts and the fall feasts.  It was an extreme anomaly.  Typically, there are 3 to 4 supermoons a year, but they’re partials mixed in with fulls, and they’re usually dispersed throughout the year.  Not so this year – the three supermoons were consecutive, all full, and that is NOT normal.  I saw it as a sign of things that were lining up, out there.

star1Then there was the Grand Sextile, the 3D star of David in the heavens aligned around earth SEVEN days after the third supermoon.  ((Don’t tell me that’s not significant.))   I will be honest with you, I *FELT* a shift when that baby aligned.  Something changed, and I’ve been feeling ‘different’ ever since, and that’s NOT normal.  It’s the same feeling I have from Rosh Ha’Shana to Yom Kippur every fall… but stronger and the extendo-version.  And I’ll have you know, the Jews (mostly the Kabbalists, since they’re the ones watching the heavens) also sat up and took note.  In fact, here’s what one person I read wrote about it:

We feel something opened, and is now building from the ground up. A portal has opened, and now we integrate the energy into our lives by drawing it down and uplifting to that level. There are some alignments in the stars that only become precise as late as Sept 20th, like the mutually receptive Saturn-Pluto sextile. Because of this some feel that something opened yesterday which builds and culminates at the fall equinox. This also dovetails with prophecy about a star in the east and sixty days of an open portal (thanks to Rabbi David Katz for this synthesis). …The uniqueness of this portal is the transmutation of dark forces to light.

Whoa.  Isn’t THAT something!  And you know that it *IS* sixty days from the Grand Sextile to the end of Sukkot (the fall feasts)?  It’s exactly sixty days.  That is amazing.  Only remember, the Jews aren’t looking for the Rapture or Second Coming, they’re watching for a first arrival.  So what they say has to be transferred to the true reality of what we’re actually looking to see happen… that is, the fulfillment of Revelation 7:9-end.  Still… they feel the same thing that I do.  They know the same thing as I’ve written (their article is from 7/31/13, the same time as I was writing about the portal, and AM writing this post – I’m a little ahead of myself!).  Anyhow, we don’t travel the same circles, but we’re coming to the same conclusions.

So seven days after after the three-supermoon anomaly, we have the Grand Sextile anomaly.  Then, seven days after the Grand Sextile anomaly, we have the first day of Elul.  So we’re blowing the shofar, thru this whole period, every night, a call to repentance to the world.  And then?  In the smack middle of Elul (remember, the Hebrew Calendar is lunar) there’s ANOTHER anomaly:  a blue moon.  No, I’m NOT kidding you:

994268_345072958958106_1988360732_nhttp://www.idialstars.com/sbmoon.htm
…the modern definition [of a blue moon] first took root with the publication of James Hugh Pruett’s “Once In a Blue Moon” article in the March 1946 issue of Sky & Telescope magazine. Pruett’s unwittingly creative misinterpretation of the “original” definition … led him to believe it referred to an extra Full Moon in a calendar month, rather than an extra Full Moon in a season.  In an ironic twist, the newer and more famous definition of Blue Moon is thought to have originated from the less well known and somewhat antiquated definition: the third of four Full Moons to fall in one season.  A season refers to the period of time between a solstice and an equinox – or vice versa.  Most of the time, there are only three Full Moons in one season.

http://earthsky.org/astronomy-essentials/when-is-the-next-blue-moon
The next Blue Moon will fall on August 20-21, 2013. It’ll be a Blue Moon by the seasonal definition, that is, the third of four full moons to take place in a season, in this case between the June 2013 solstice and September equinox. The last Blue Moon by this definition happened on November 21, 2010.

So August’s full moon is the third of four, which is the ancient definition of a ‘blue moon’.  There hasn’t been one since November 21, 2010… but aha!  Anna was blogging in 2010, and who wants to bet that I wrote about that last blue moon, too?  So I ran off to go and find out if I wrote about anything significant, the last time… and I did!

“Watch for the November 21 blue moon by the star cluster Plieades.”  The Plieades are considered the 7 churches of Revelation.  This is very noteworthy, to me.  This is the map provided by EarthSky.org, and it shows the blue moon between the Plieades (churches of Revelation) and the star Aldebaran.”

So last time, the moon was within the seven churches.  Which made me wonder where the moon would be THIS time… so I loaded up Stellarium, and here’s what I saw!

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Do you SEE that?  On August 21, at 2am in the morning (right between the two days), LOOK at where the moon is.  Aquarius… ‘He who will pour out’!!  Not just anywhere in Aquarius, either – right in the heart of Him!  Holy. Wha.  That is so crazy amazing!!!  And exciting.  All of these signs, and they’re not normal, and they’re not mistakable, and they’re SO obvious, and they’re all of the same theme, with the same message, lined up at just the right times…!!!

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  1. Thank you for compiling all these things. Brings to mind Luke 21:25-28

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  2. Just amazing! I remember we were driving home and the kiddo’s were all like ‘WOAH!’ when the moon came out from behind some clouds! And September is the Harvest Moon this year. Very timely. And according to the farmers almanac it will be at 7:13 in the a.m. I know how you like your numbers. 🙂

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    • Harvest Moon is always on Sukkot. I did a blog about that, several years ago. And yep, all the fall feasts land in September this year, so Harvest Moon is Sept, too!

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      • I’ll have to revisit those blogs. I guess I didn’t pay too good attention the first go ’round. For some reason I thought most harvest moons were in October. Fun to see how things line up!

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