Full lunar eclipses are called blood moons and get their name because only the infrared band of light gets around the earth and bounces off the moon making it appear red. Throughout history, seven back-to-back, blood-red moons have fallen on the first day of Passover.
Three of these occurrences were connected to some of the most significant days in Jewish history: 1492 (the final year of the Spanish Inquisition), 1948 (statehood for Israel and the War of Independence) and 1967 (the Six-Day War).
There are no solar or lunar accidents; every heavenly body is controlled by the unseen hand of God to send signals to humanity of coming events. The eighth occurrence of back-to-back blood moons will be during the sabbatical year 20142015. In this riveting book, Hagee explores what these upcoming blood moons mean, and why its critical Christians understand what these signs mean both for Israel and the world.