Sunday, December 1, 2013



The Shemitah year or The sabbatical year (the seventh year) begins on Rosh Hashanah on Sept. 25, 2014, and ends on Rosh Hashanah September 13-14, 2015. The blood moons start April 15, 2014–September 28, 2015.

The Jewish Holy days they occur in 2014–2015

* Blood-red moon on the first Day of Passover, April 15, 2014
* Blood-red moon on the first Day of Sukkot (Tabernacles), Oct. 8, 2014
* Solar eclipse on the first of Nisan, beginning of the religious year, March 20, 2015
* Blood-red moon on the first Day of Passover, April 4, 2015
* Partial solar eclipse on Sukkot (Feast of Trumpets) September 13-14, 2015
* Blood-red moon on the first Day of Sukkot (Tabernacles), Sept. 28, 2015

The two Solar Eclipses take place in the 2015 year

Adar 29/Nisan 1(new year) March 20, 2015
Feast of Trumpets September 13, 2015

As seen from the Earth, a solar eclipse occurs when the Moon passes between the Sun and Earth, and the Moon fully or partially blocks the Sun. This can happen only at new moon, when the Sun and the Moon are in conjunction as seen from Earth in an alignment. 

Passover is the first annual feast
Sukkoth, the Feast of Tabernacles is the seventh and final annual feast

We are coming into the  next  shemitah  year - Sept. 25, 2014   through   Sept. 13, 2015


The two Solar eclipses connected with God’s Holy Days in 2014-2015 occur:

Adar 29/Nisan 1 (new year)                             March 20, 2015 
Rosh Hashanah/Feast of Trumpets                  September 13, 2015

Nissan: The first month of the Jewish Religious Year - this occurs in the spring time. Passover occurs on the 15th day of this month.

Rosh Hashanah: This is a two day feast occurring on Tishri 1 and Tishri 2 of the Hebrew calendar. This is also called the Feast of Trumpets.

Rosh Hashanah/Feast of Trumpets seven year cycle began on September 30th, 2008 and will end on Rosh Hashanah on September 13 - 14, 2015 of a Solar eclipses.

Now the Lord spoke to Moses and Aaron in the land of Egypt, saying,
“This month shall be your beginning of months;
it shall be the first month of the year to you.

EXODUS 12:1-2

On Elul 29th

Economical Judgment

Remember 7 is God's number, and is associated with Divine completion and perfection.

The Dow’s worst drop in history

September 17, 2001
Jewish date: Elul 29
Drops 685 points or 7%

September 29, 2008
Jewish date: Elul 29
Drops 777 points or 7%

The day of economical judgment comes when there is no repentance, and for taking God out of the nation. Both happened on the day of  Elul 29th in the Shemitah year.

On the last day of the 7th year, all the nation’s debt was wiped out on Elul 29th.  Without God in our nation, unless the people humble themselves and repent, there will be another shaking in our economy coming in Sept. 25, 2014   through   Sept. 13, 2015 the next Shemitah.

The month of Elul is a time of repentance in preparation for the High Holidays of Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur. Tradition teaches that the month of Elul is a particularly favorable time for repentance. This mood of repentance builds through the month of Elul to the period of Selichot, to Rosh Hashanah, and finally to Yom Kippur. The month of Elul, a time of repentance, and the recitation of Selichot, prayers for forgiveness and mercy, during that period.

Elul 29 falls during the blood moons

September 24, 2014
September 13, 2015 - Solar Eclipse

Its name literally means "the ninth day of [the Jewish month of] Av," the date of some of the gravest tragedies to have befallen the Jewish People. Tisha B'Av is a day of lamentations that first and foremost marks the anniversaries of the destruction of the First and Second Temples by the armies of Babylon and Rome, respectively. ( they believe redemption comes with the building of the third temple)

Tisha B'Av:

The fast of Tisha b'Av falls on the Hebrew calendar date of 9 Av. Here are the coinciding secular dates for the upcoming years:

2014:   August 4-5
2015:   July 25-26

For more information

These dates of the 9th of Av fall between the blood moons April 15, 2014 – September 28, 2015

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