Think about all the events that have occurred since the first Blood Moon on Passover 15 April 2014.
There is a total eclipse of the full moon or Blood Moon on October 8, 2014, 14 Tishrei on the Hebrew calendar. This is the Northern Hemisphere’s Hunter’s Moon – the name for the full moon after the Harvest Moon. It’s also a Blood Moon, and this eclipse is the second in a series of four Blood Moon eclipses. For North America and the Hawaiian Islands, the total lunar eclipse happens in the wee hours on October 8. For New Zealand, Australia and eastern Asia, the total eclipse is seen on October 8. A partial lunar eclipse can be seen , October 8, from much of South America, or , October 8, from western Asia. Follow the links below to learn more about the 2014 Blood and Hunter’s Moon and the October 8 total lunar eclipse.