Ah, signs. We do signs here. We do prophecy. A week from today: the on-line retreat/video on the prophetic pulse, the Church, our times. But today itself: an unusual eclipse.
Every so often — but not very often — there is what they term an “annular eclipse.”
Today (October 14) will be another, and unusual is how it will be visible in so many parts of the United States.
An annular eclipse is one whereby the moon is at its farthest and does not fully blot out the sun but instead looks like it has flames around it.
It resembles what is described at Medjugorje and what was seen by upwards of 70,000 at Fátima in 1917: a disc in front of the solar orb. Yesterday — coincidentally – was the anniversary of that occurrence October 13).
Great signs and events did not occur yesterday, as many fearing terrorism (in the wake of Israel) and others expecting a great sign (supernaturally) anticipated (unless there is a sign of sorts we are not yet aware of), but the juxtaposition of the Fátima anniversary with today’s eclipse is interesting, at the cusp of what seems like an Israeli ground war.
The states over which the eclipse will be fully visible will be from Oregon in a line to the Gulf Coast. Nevada, Idaho, Colorado, Arizona, and parts of California will get good views. But all forty-eight contiguous states will see aspects of it (partial eclipse).
At 11:30 a.m. EST will be a livestream. It will begin in the United States at 9:13 a.m. PT (12:13 p.m. ET).
The last time an annular was seen was in 2017, at the beginning of a very tumultuous time in society, Church, and politics. Interestingly, it passed over seven towns named “Salem.”
They’ll be another major eclipse in 2024, and the way it intersects the previous will look like a Cross over the Midwest.
Division? Civil War? An anointing? They intersect over the great New Madrid fault.
One looks at the pathways of eclipses past, and to come, and although a bit of a stretch, some see the lines and curves form what resembles the aleph — the first letter in the Hebrew alphabet, the language best known in Israel.
[Footnote: as one site points out: ” On April 15, 2014, a total lunar eclipse (blood moon) occurred on Passover. It lined up with the death of Abraham Lincoln, and the sinking of the Titanic. Next, came a blood moon on October 8, 2014, which occurred on the Feast of Tabernacles. This is also the anniversary of John Hancock’s death- most people know him because his name was the largest signature on the Declaration of Independence- the document that testified to our nation’s freedom. In 2015 there were two more blood moons, with the first one occurring on Passover again on April 4, 2015. This lined up with the assassination of Martin Luther King in 1968 , the founding of NATO in 1949, and the dedication of the original World Trade Center Twin Towers in 1973, to name a few events- all of these events occurred on April 4 in different years. It even lined up with when the United States liberated Ohrdruf concentration camp in Germany during WW2- this would be the first camp liberated by U.S. forces. The next blood moon occurred on September 28, 2015, on the Feast of Tabernacles. This date lined up with the Battle of Yorktown, which began on September 28, 1781. This battle ended the Revolutionary War, with a victory for America. It led to the colonists’ freedom and the establishment of their own country, free from British rule. The part I find interesting is how the dates line up with events that bring ‘division’ to mind.
“Then, there was the solar eclipse on August 21, 2017. This eclipse bisected the United States, passing through 14 states from West to East. It’s interesting to note that the last city the eclipse passed through was Charleston, South Carolina. The first shot of the Civil War was fired in Charleston. This was also one of the biggest ports in the U.S. for the slave trade.
“There’s another total solar eclipse coming on April 8, 2024. This eclipse will again bisect the nation, going from south to north. The date April 8 has some Civil War history to take note of. It was on April 8, 1864 that the United States Senate took a crucial step toward the abolition of slavery. The 13th amendment was passed in the Senate by a vote of 38 to 6. The 13th amendment, of course, abolished slavery. What is interesting is that on January 31, 2018 we had a triple blue blood moon that occurred on the Hebrew holiday known as Tu B Shevat. It was seen in the U.S. and this lined up with when the House of Representatives passed the 13th amendment! — 67 Owls.com”