Jesus kommt bald
Jesus kommt bald

Die Endschlacht von Harmageddon, s.u. nach Artikel "Die schiitische Hezbollah"

 

Jesus alleine 

Jesus, Du nur kannst uns halten
deshalb schauen wir auf Dich.
Mag der Teufel noch so grausam walten,

niemals läßt Du uns im Stich.
Schenk uns Deine Gnade und Barmherzigkeit,
in der Erde Finsternis und Leid
 
Manchmal wollen Ängste uns beschleichen
angesichts der Welt in ihrer Not.

Du wirst niemals von uns weichen,
Du hast uns erkauft durch Deinen Tod.,
Würdig, würdig, würdig bist Du, Gottes Lamm,
der Du hingst für uns am Kreuzesstamm.
 

Als der Löwe Judas wirst Du wiederkommen,
um zu siegen in der großen Schlacht.
doch Du hast dem Feind bereits die Macht genommen,
als Du riefst am Kreuz: es ist vollbracht.
Heilig, heilig, heilig 
schallt es Dir entgegen,
alle Macht wird Gott in Deine Hände legen.

F.L. (der Autor)

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Am 4. April, 2 Wochen nach der Sonnenfinsternis am 20.März, findet die dritte der 4 Mondfinsternisse/Blutmonde der Jahre 2014/2015 statt.

 

 

 

 

CNN iReporter <a href="http://ireport.cnn.com/docs/DOC-1120753">Dan Huntley</a> mostly does landscape and travel photography, but he turned his camera to the sky for this shot of the "blood moon" over Dallas in April. Huntley has seen eclipses before but not a blood moon. He described it as being "quite amazing."

 
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Your views of the 'blood moon' – CNN iReporter Dan Huntley mostly does landscape and travel photography, but he turned his camera to the sky for this shot of the "blood moon" over Dallas in April. Huntley has seen eclipses before but not a blood moon. He described it as being "quite amazing."
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iReporter <a href="http://ireport.cnn.com/docs/DOC-1120903">Heith Pino</a> of St. Helena, California, used an intervalometer and a shutter release to capture a photo of the April blood moon every four minutes. He stitched together six shots to create this time-lapse photo series. "I was blown away by the colors it reflected and knew I had to brave the cold, chilly evening to capture it," Pino said.
 
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Your views of the 'blood moon' – iReporter Heith Pino of St. Helena, California, used an intervalometer and a shutter release to capture a photo of the April blood moon every four minutes. He stitched together six shots to create this time-lapse photo series. "I was blown away by the colors it reflected and knew I had to brave the cold, chilly evening to capture it," Pino said.
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<a href="http://ireport.cnn.com/docs/DOC-1120755 ">Jeffrey Root</a> shot this photo of the April 15 blood moon through a telescope in Salt Lake City.
 
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Your views of the 'blood moon' – Jeffrey Root shot this photo of the April 15 blood moon through a telescope in Salt Lake City.
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High school sophomore <a href="http://ireport.cnn.com/docs/DOC-1120703">Ahan Malhotra</a> and his dad captured this composite image of the blood moon over Miami early April 15. "My dad and I have been planning to view this for many months, and it was truly a breathtaking experience," said Malhotra, an astronomy enthusiast who likes to photograph "mostly galaxies and nebulae."
 
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Your views of the 'blood moon' – High school sophomore Ahan Malhotra and his dad captured this composite image of the blood moon over Miami early April 15. "My dad and I have been planning to view this for many months, and it was truly a breathtaking experience," said Malhotra, an astronomy enthusiast who likes to photograph "mostly galaxies and nebulae."
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The April 15 blood moon passes over Port Orange, Florida, in this time-lapse image from <a href="http://ireport.cnn.com/docs/DOC-1120659">Kenneth Ngyuwai</a>.
 
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Your views of the 'blood moon' – The April 15 blood moon passes over Port Orange, Florida, in this time-lapse image from Kenneth Ngyuwai.
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Photographer Tiffany Chee-Stalnaker captured this <a href="http://ireport.cnn.com/docs/DOC-1120896">radiant shot</a> in Plano, Texas, early on April 15. She says she's always up at night and this time, the sight was "beautiful."
 
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Your views of the 'blood moon' – Photographer Tiffany Chee-Stalnaker captured this radiant shot in Plano, Texas, early on April 15. She says she's always up at night and this time, the sight was "beautiful."
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<a href="http://ireport.cnn.com/docs/DOC-1121054">Robert Ondrovic</a> drove around for 90 minutes -- and 70 miles across the New York City suburbs -- before he found a clear patch of sky in April. Ondrovic used his mobile Wi-Fi to live stream Doppler radar images to his laptop, where he created this composite image. "One of my tougher moon shots to say the least," he said.
 
Photos: Your views of the 'blood moon' 28 photos
Your views of the 'blood moon' – Robert Ondrovic drove around for 90 minutes -- and 70 miles across the New York City suburbs -- before he found a clear patch of sky in April. Ondrovic used his mobile Wi-Fi to live stream Doppler radar images to his laptop, where he created this composite image. "One of my tougher moon shots to say the least," he said.
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No stranger to astronomical photography, J. David Osorio photographed the different phases of the lunar eclipse. He started photographing at 10:45 p.m. April 14 and stopped at 3 a.m. April 15. See more of his <a href="http://ireport.cnn.com/docs/DOC-1121013">photos</a> of the moon's progression.
 
Photos: Your views of the 'blood moon' 28 photos
Your views of the 'blood moon' – No stranger to astronomical photography, J. David Osorio photographed the different phases of the lunar eclipse. He started photographing at 10:45 p.m. April 14 and stopped at 3 a.m. April 15. See more of his photos of the moon's progression.
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Osorio was part of a small group of past and present physics students from California State University Northridge that got together to view the lunar eclipse and blood moon. "The meeting was spontaneous," said Osorio, an alumnus.<br /><strong><br />Click the double arrow to see more photos.</strong>
 
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Your views of the 'blood moon' – Osorio was part of a small group of past and present physics students from California State University Northridge that got together to view the lunar eclipse and blood moon. "The meeting was spontaneous," said Osorio, an alumnus.

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Osorio joined students and alumni for the photography session on top of a parking structure at the school. Using telescopes, they were able to capture some clean images before the sky clouded over.
 
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Your views of the 'blood moon' – Osorio joined students and alumni for the photography session on top of a parking structure at the school. Using telescopes, they were able to capture some clean images before the sky clouded over.
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<a href="http://ireport.cnn.com/docs/DOC-1120890">Norm Keally</a> stood outside in 28-degree weather to capture the start of the lunar eclipse in Fort Collins, Colorado, early on April 15. "I felt fortunate to be able to witness this eclipse," he said.
 
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Your views of the 'blood moon' – Norm Keally stood outside in 28-degree weather to capture the start of the lunar eclipse in Fort Collins, Colorado, early on April 15. "I felt fortunate to be able to witness this eclipse," he said.
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<a href="http://ireport.cnn.com/docs/DOC-1120730 ">Kyle Hansen</a> stood outside for an hour in 25-degree weather on April 15 to get this shot of the blood moon over Burnsville, Minnesota. He said it was "very cool to see the shadow of the earth on the moon."
 
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Your views of the 'blood moon' – Kyle Hansen stood outside for an hour in 25-degree weather on April 15 to get this shot of the blood moon over Burnsville, Minnesota. He said it was "very cool to see the shadow of the earth on the moon."
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<a href="http://ireport.cnn.com/docs/DOC-1121025">Joel Morales</a> says he superimposed 100 separate images to create this progression photo of the blood moon over Dundedin, Florida, in April.
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Your views of the 'blood moon' – Joel Morales says he superimposed 100 separate images to create this progression photo of the blood moon over Dundedin, Florida, in April.
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<a href="http://ireport.cnn.com/docs/DOC-1120979">René Dietrich</a> says he was up until 3 a.m. on April 15 to capture this photo from his back yard in San Juna, Puerto Rico, and had to be back up at 7 a.m. to get to work at his dental practice. He says it was worth losing sleep to "see this spectacular show nature offers to us, completely free!"
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Your views of the 'blood moon' – René Dietrich says he was up until 3 a.m. on April 15 to capture this photo from his back yard in San Juna, Puerto Rico, and had to be back up at 7 a.m. to get to work at his dental practice. He says it was worth losing sleep to "see this spectacular show nature offers to us, completely free!"
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A glowing blood moon is seen from <a href="http://ireport.cnn.com/docs/DOC-1230915">San Clemente, California</a>, in the early morning hours of April 4.
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Your views of the 'blood moon' – A glowing blood moon is seen from San Clemente, California, in the early morning hours of April 4.
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<a href="http://ireport.cnn.com/docs/DOC-1230771">Shannon Chase</a> rose early on Saturday to photograph the total lunar eclipse from her home in Carbondale, Colorado.
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Your views of the 'blood moon' – Shannon Chase rose early on Saturday to photograph the total lunar eclipse from her home in Carbondale, Colorado.
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A bright blood moon hovered above <a href="http://ireport.cnn.com/docs/DOC-1230967">Alam Singh's </a>apartment balcony in Melbourne, Australia, on April 4. He was excited to take these shots because he said the city is usually enshrouded by cloud coverage.
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Your views of the 'blood moon' – A bright blood moon hovered above Alam Singh's apartment balcony in Melbourne, Australia, on April 4. He was excited to take these shots because he said the city is usually enshrouded by cloud coverage.
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<a href="http://ireport.cnn.com/docs/DOC-1231089">BG Boyd </a>created a composition of the total lunar eclipse between the span of two hours Saturday morning in Tucson, Arizona. There are 10 minutes between each frame, he explained
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Your views of the 'blood moon' – BG Boyd created a composition of the total lunar eclipse between the span of two hours Saturday morning in Tucson, Arizona. There are 10 minutes between each frame, he explained
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<a href="http://ireport.cnn.com/docs/DOC-1177472">Paulo Solano</a> combined three different exposures using HDR photography to create this beautiful image from Van Nuys, California, of the October 2014 lunar eclipse. The second "blood moon" of the year could be witnessed throughout North America, as well as over most of the Pacific and much of East Asia.
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Your views of the 'blood moon' – Paulo Solano combined three different exposures using HDR photography to create this beautiful image from Van Nuys, California, of the October 2014 lunar eclipse. The second "blood moon" of the year could be witnessed throughout North America, as well as over most of the Pacific and much of East Asia.
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<a href="http://ireport.cnn.com/docs/DOC-1120903">Abe Blair</a> says it was cloudy when he got up to take pictures of the blood moon, but he decided to try anyway. "I am glad I trusted my gut feeling," he said. Blair had picked this tree out earlier in the day, but he had to hike for about 15 minutes in the dark to get there. He shot a two-second exposure for the moon and a 20-second exposure of the tree, and then combined the images in Photoshop.
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Your views of the 'blood moon' – Abe Blair says it was cloudy when he got up to take pictures of the blood moon, but he decided to try anyway. "I am glad I trusted my gut feeling," he said. Blair had picked this tree out earlier in the day, but he had to hike for about 15 minutes in the dark to get there. He shot a two-second exposure for the moon and a 20-second exposure of the tree, and then combined the images in Photoshop.
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There's a nice juxtaposition between the blood moon and a building in Los Angeles that made <a href="http://ireport.cnn.com/docs/DOC-1177348">Animesh Ray </a>wonder, "Which is better?" "Perhaps it is not our place to compare but only to contemplate their mutual synergy, one enhancing the other," he said.
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Your views of the 'blood moon' – There's a nice juxtaposition between the blood moon and a building in Los Angeles that made Animesh Ray wonder, "Which is better?" "Perhaps it is not our place to compare but only to contemplate their mutual synergy, one enhancing the other," he said.
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<a href="http://ireport.cnn.com/docs/DOC-1177241">Bob Cozzi</a> got up early to see the blood moon over North Aurora, Illinois, at 6 a.m. on Wednesday. "With the clear sky, it feels like you're on another planet," Cozzi said.
 
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Your views of the 'blood moon' – Bob Cozzi got up early to see the blood moon over North Aurora, Illinois, at 6 a.m. on Wednesday. "With the clear sky, it feels like you're on another planet," Cozzi said.
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It was the first time <a href="http://ireport.cnn.com/docs/DOC-1177339">Nicholas Scott Page</a> from Dayton, Washington, saw the blood moon."I stayed up in April to try and catch the last eclipse but cloud cover spoiled my plans to photograph it," he said.
 
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Your views of the 'blood moon' – It was the first time Nicholas Scott Page from Dayton, Washington, saw the blood moon."I stayed up in April to try and catch the last eclipse but cloud cover spoiled my plans to photograph it," he said.
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On the other side of the world, the blood moon appeared at night. <a href="http://ireport.cnn.com/docs/DOC-1177239">Hayden Himburg</a> saw the eclipse from Dunedin, New Zealand, Wednesday just before midnight. "I have seen previous blood moons, and they are always impressive," he said.
 
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Your views of the 'blood moon' – On the other side of the world, the blood moon appeared at night.Hayden Himburg saw the eclipse from Dunedin, New Zealand, Wednesday just before midnight. "I have seen previous blood moons, and they are always impressive," he said.
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The lunar eclipse hovers over <a href="http://ireport.cnn.com/docs/DOC-1177442">Marie Diaz's</a> home in Virginia Beach, Virginia, early Wednesday morning.
 
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Your views of the 'blood moon' – The lunar eclipse hovers over Marie Diaz's home in Virginia Beach, Virginia, early Wednesday morning.
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<a href="http://ireport.cnn.com/docs/DOC-1177346">Mike Escott</a> was up at 3 a.m. to photograph the blood moon from his home in San Francisco. He was inspired to set his alarm clock early and head up to his roof to document the lunar event.
 
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Your views of the 'blood moon' – Mike Escott was up at 3 a.m. to photograph the blood moon from his home in San Francisco. He was inspired to set his alarm clock early and head up to his roof to document the lunar event.
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<a href="http://ireport.cnn.com/docs/DOC-1177249">Brian Greenberg</a> enjoys doing astrophotography and captured the blood moon in Victor, New York.
 
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Your views of the 'blood moon' – Brian Greenberg enjoys doing astrophotography and captured the blood moon in Victor, New York.
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<a href="http://ireport.cnn.com/docs/DOC-1121188">Nate Paradiso</a> created this composite image of the April 15 lunar eclipes, as seen from the foothills of Boulder, Colorado.
 
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Your views of the 'blood moon' – Nate Paradiso created this composite image of the April 15 lunar eclipes, as seen from the foothills of Boulder, Colorado.
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CNN iReporter <a href="http://ireport.cnn.com/docs/DOC-1120753">Dan Huntley</a> mostly does landscape and travel photography, but he turned his camera to the sky for this shot of the "blood moon" over Dallas in April. Huntley has seen eclipses before but not a blood moon. He described it as being "quite amazing."
 
Photos: Your views of the 'blood moon' 28 photos
Your views of the 'blood moon' – CNN iReporter Dan Huntley mostly does landscape and travel photography, but he turned his camera to the sky for this shot of the "blood moon" over Dallas in April. Huntley has seen eclipses before but not a blood moon. He described it as being "quite amazing."
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iReporter <a href="http://ireport.cnn.com/docs/DOC-1120903">Heith Pino</a> of St. Helena, California, used an intervalometer and a shutter release to capture a photo of the April blood moon every four minutes. He stitched together six shots to create this time-lapse photo series. "I was blown away by the colors it reflected and knew I had to brave the cold, chilly evening to capture it," Pino said.
 
Photos: Your views of the 'blood moon' 28 photos
Your views of the 'blood moon' – iReporter Heith Pino of St. Helena, California, used an intervalometer and a shutter release to capture a photo of the April blood moon every four minutes. He stitched together six shots to create this time-lapse photo series. "I was blown away by the colors it reflected and knew I had to brave the cold, chilly evening to capture it," Pino said.
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<a href="http://ireport.cnn.com/docs/DOC-1120755 ">Jeffrey Root</a> shot this photo of the April 15 blood moon through a telescope in Salt Lake City.
 
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Your views of the 'blood moon' – Jeffrey Root shot this photo of the April 15 blood moon through a telescope in Salt Lake City.
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High school sophomore <a href="http://ireport.cnn.com/docs/DOC-1120703">Ahan Malhotra</a> and his dad captured this composite image of the blood moon over Miami early April 15. "My dad and I have been planning to view this for many months, and it was truly a breathtaking experience," said Malhotra, an astronomy enthusiast who likes to photograph "mostly galaxies and nebulae."
 
Photos: Your views of the 'blood moon' 28 photos
Your views of the 'blood moon' – High school sophomore Ahan Malhotra and his dad captured this composite image of the blood moon over Miami early April 15. "My dad and I have been planning to view this for many months, and it was truly a breathtaking experience," said Malhotra, an astronomy enthusiast who likes to photograph "mostly galaxies and nebulae."
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The April 15 blood moon passes over Port Orange, Florida, in this time-lapse image from <a href="http://ireport.cnn.com/docs/DOC-1120659">Kenneth Ngyuwai</a>.
 
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Your views of the 'blood moon' – The April 15 blood moon passes over Port Orange, Florida, in this time-lapse image from Kenneth Ngyuwai.
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Photographer Tiffany Chee-Stalnaker captured this <a href="http://ireport.cnn.com/docs/DOC-1120896">radiant shot</a> in Plano, Texas, early on April 15. She says she's always up at night and this time, the sight was "beautiful."
 
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Your views of the 'blood moon' – Photographer Tiffany Chee-Stalnaker captured this radiant shot in Plano, Texas, early on April 15. She says she's always up at night and this time, the sight was "beautiful."
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<a href="http://ireport.cnn.com/docs/DOC-1121054">Robert Ondrovic</a> drove around for 90 minutes -- and 70 miles across the New York City suburbs -- before he found a clear patch of sky in April. Ondrovic used his mobile Wi-Fi to live stream Doppler radar images to his laptop, where he created this composite image. "One of my tougher moon shots to say the least," he said.
 
Photos: Your views of the 'blood moon' 28 photos
Your views of the 'blood moon' – Robert Ondrovic drove around for 90 minutes -- and 70 miles across the New York City suburbs -- before he found a clear patch of sky in April. Ondrovic used his mobile Wi-Fi to live stream Doppler radar images to his laptop, where he created this composite image. "One of my tougher moon shots to say the least," he said.
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No stranger to astronomical photography, J. David Osorio photographed the different phases of the lunar eclipse. He started photographing at 10:45 p.m. April 14 and stopped at 3 a.m. April 15. See more of his <a href="http://ireport.cnn.com/docs/DOC-1121013">photos</a> of the moon's progression.
 
Photos: Your views of the 'blood moon' 28 photos
Your views of the 'blood moon' – No stranger to astronomical photography, J. David Osorio photographed the different phases of the lunar eclipse. He started photographing at 10:45 p.m. April 14 and stopped at 3 a.m. April 15. See more of his photos of the moon's progression.
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Osorio was part of a small group of past and present physics students from California State University Northridge that got together to view the lunar eclipse and blood moon. "The meeting was spontaneous," said Osorio, an alumnus.<br /><strong><br />Click the double arrow to see more photos.</strong>
 
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Your views of the 'blood moon' – Osorio was part of a small group of past and present physics students from California State University Northridge that got together to view the lunar eclipse and blood moon. "The meeting was spontaneous," said Osorio, an alumnus.

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Osorio joined students and alumni for the photography session on top of a parking structure at the school. Using telescopes, they were able to capture some clean images before the sky clouded over.
 
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Your views of the 'blood moon' – Osorio joined students and alumni for the photography session on top of a parking structure at the school. Using telescopes, they were able to capture some clean images before the sky clouded over.
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<a href="http://ireport.cnn.com/docs/DOC-1120890">Norm Keally</a> stood outside in 28-degree weather to capture the start of the lunar eclipse in Fort Collins, Colorado, early on April 15. "I felt fortunate to be able to witness this eclipse," he said.
 
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Your views of the 'blood moon' – Norm Keally stood outside in 28-degree weather to capture the start of the lunar eclipse in Fort Collins, Colorado, early on April 15. "I felt fortunate to be able to witness this eclipse," he said.
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<a href="http://ireport.cnn.com/docs/DOC-1120730 ">Kyle Hansen</a> stood outside for an hour in 25-degree weather on April 15 to get this shot of the blood moon over Burnsville, Minnesota. He said it was "very cool to see the shadow of the earth on the moon."
 
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Your views of the 'blood moon' – Kyle Hansen stood outside for an hour in 25-degree weather on April 15 to get this shot of the blood moon over Burnsville, Minnesota. He said it was "very cool to see the shadow of the earth on the moon."
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Joel 3,4:

"Die Sonne wird sich in Finsternis verwandeln und der Mond in Blut, ehe der Tag des HERRN kommt, der große und furchtbare." (Trübsalszeit)

 

Apostelgeschichte 2,19:

"Und ich werde Wunder tun oben am Himmel und Zeichen unten auf der Erde: Blut und Feuer und qualmender Rauch; 

 

20 die Sonne wird verwandelt werden in Finsternis und der Mond in Blut, ehe der große und herrliche Tag des Herrn kommt."

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Zefanja 1,14 - 18 (Trübsalszeit)

 

 "Der große Tag des Herrn ist nahe, schnell rückt er heran. Hört ihr nicht die Schreckensrufe? Selbst die Tapfersten schreien um Hilfe! 

 

15 Ein Tag des Gerichts ist dieser Tag, ein Tag voll Angst und Not, voll Sturm und Verwüstung, voll drohender schwarzer Wolken, ein finsterer Tag, 

  

16 ein Tag, an dem sich Kampfgeschrei erhebt, an dem zum Sturm geblasen wird auf die befestigten Städte und hohen Türme. 

   

 

 

17 Die Menschen werden vor Angst vergehen und wie Blinde umhertappen. Ihr Blut tränkt den Staub, ihre Eingeweide liegen im Straßenkot. Das alles bricht über sie herein, weil sie sich gegen den Herrn aufgelehnt haben. 

   

 

 

18 Ihr Silber und Gold kann sie nicht retten, wenn der Herr Gericht hält. Wie ein Feuersturm wird sein Zorn das Land verwüsten und alle seine Bewohner unversehens vertilgen".

 

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Die schiitische Hezbollah

 

Nach dem ersten Blutmond am 15.04.2014 (Passahfest) begann der letzte Gaza-Krieg mit Beschuss Israels durch Kassam-Raketen aus Gaza + Ermordung von 3 jüdischen Jugendlichen und seit dem 2. Blutmond am 09.10.2014 (Sukkot = Laubhüttenfest) setzte eine Reihe grausamer terroristischer Attentate ein:

 

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Es haben sich jetzt 4 Mondfinsternisse und 2 Sonnenfinsternisse 2014/2015 jeweils genau an jüdischen Feiertagen ereignet. Mondfinsternisse bedeuten Krieg für Israel, Sonnenfinsternisse Katastrophen für den Rest der Welt.

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In Israel ist bekannt, dass die schiitische Hezbollah massiv vom Libanon aus Tunnel nach Israel gräbt, genau so wie die Fatah erneut von Gaza aus. Anders als die Fatah mit ihren ungenauen Kassamraketen kurzer Reichweitt besitzt die Hezbollah jedoch ca. 50 000 Lenk-Raketen (zielgenau), aus dem Iran geliefert, mit mittlerer Reichweite, so dass Jerusalem und alle anderen Großstädte, sowie auch das Nuklearzentrum von Dimona bis zur Stadt Eilat im Süden in Reichweite liegen.
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Surface-to-surface rockets point south toward Israel on the roadside from Qana to Bent Jbail in Hezbollah-controlled South Lebanon, Boden-boden-Raketen der Hezbollah gegen Israel gerichtet

 

 

 
Hezbollah missile threatHezbollah Raketenbedrohung

On Thursday, Hezbollah leader Hassan Nasrallah told Al-Mayadeen television that his Shiite movement has Iranian Fateh-110 missiles capable of reaching anywhere in Israel.

Hassan Nasrallah-television

‘Come,’ they say, ‘let us destroy them

 

as a nation, so that Israel’s name is

 

remembered no more.’”  (Psalm 83:4)

 

Israel’s army went on high alert Monday and Iron Dome batteries were deployed along the northern border in anticipation of retaliation from the Lebanese terror group Hezbollah for an alleged Israeli airstrike that killed six Hezbollah operatives, including a senior commander.

xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxDie Hezbollah baut jetzt die Tunnel, um ihre Lenkwaffen aus den Tunneln dann ungestört von israelischem Boden aus auf alle Gebiete Israels feuern zu können. Sie könnte z.Zt. ca.1500 Raketen pro Tag verschießen, wogegen auch die israelische Raketenabwehr "Iron Dome" rel. machtlos wäre.

PHOTO: In this July 9, 2014 file photo, an Iron Dome air defense system fires to intercept a rocket from the Gaza Strip in Tel Aviv, Israel.Raketenabwehr "Iron Dome" in Israel

 

 
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Hinzu kommt die kriegerische Bedrohung in der Ukraine mit ungewissem Ausgang. Die Elite der USA (Freimaurerpyramide, illuminati, Bilderberger etc. mit dem sunnitischen Muslim Barack Hussein Obama an der Spitze) wünscht sich einen 3.Weltkrieg, um aus dem dann entstehenden Chaos die NWO = Neue Weltordnung mit einer Weltregierung und einem Weltpräsidenten (= Antichrist) errichten zu können.

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 Dies entspricht dem Freimaurer Slogan "Ordo ab Chao" ="Ordnung aus dem Chaos", s.u. wörtlich aus Interview mit einem der "Hohen Priester" der Illuminati, Henri Kissinger. Auch der unselige Berater und Globalstratege von 4 Präsidenten, Zbigniew Brzezinski zieht hier seine Fäden im Hintergrund.

 Vor der europäischen Haustüre baut zudem der IS seine Basis in Libyen für einen Angriff auf Europa aus, s. eindringliche Warnung des ägyptischen Präsidenten General Sisi. Die Flüchtlingskrise in Deutschland ist westl. durch den IS ausgelöst und stellt quasi eine Waffe des IS dar. Der IS hatte schon länger damit gedroht von Libyien aus massenweise Flüchtlinge nach Europa zu schicken, um Europa zu destabilisieren. Dies erscheint angesichts der anhaltenden Krise mit immer noch steigenden Flüchtlingszahlen durchaus möglich.

 

Nach der Eroberung von Kunduz in Nord-Afghanistan durch die Taliban am 28.09.2015 wird eine neue Flüchtingswelle von Afghanen erwartet. Die Taliban haben unter der Bevölkerung die Lüge verbreitet, dass Deutschland bereit sei weitere 800 000 Afghanen aufzunehmen.

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Fazit: Wir dürfen als Christen zwar mit der baldigen Entrückung durch Jesus Christus rechnen, kennen aber nicht den genauen Termin. Jedenfalls können uns allen noch sehr schwierige Zeiten auf dieser Welt bevorstehen.

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Obwohl der Autor kein "Survivalist" ist und auf eine baldige Entrückung hofft ist es für jeden Fall verantwortlich gedacht, sich einen gewissen Vorrat an lebens-notwendigen Materialien und haltbaren Lebensmitteln (z.B. Konserven) anzulegen, die z.B. allein schon durch einen vorübergehenden Stromausfall überlebensnotwendig sein könnten . Bei Stromausfall fallen auch die PC's aus, Supermärkte schließen wegen Ausfalls der Kassen, Geldautomaten stehen still, ebenso Straßenbahnen, Züge, Tankstellen usw., usw. Bes. Wichtig: Wasser!

 

Durch einen sog. EMP = Elektromagnetischer Puls kann sofort das gesamte Stromnetz eines Landes stillgelegt werden. Hierfür reicht es, nur eine einzige Atombombe oder auch eine "Dirty Bomb" in der Luft detonnieren zu lassenohne Erdkonakt (Dirty Bomb = Mischung aus konventionellem und nuklearem Sprengstoff  > z.B. in der Hand von Terroristen wie der IS).

 

Es wird befürchtet, dass der sunnitische IS vom ebenfalls sunnitischen Pakistan nuklearen Sprengstoff erhalten könnte, z.B. zum Bau einer "Dirty Bomb". Vor einem solchen EMP haben die USA große Angst, da er das elektrische Netz (Power Grid) + Elektronik mit PC's etc. der ganzen USA lahmlegen könnte und damit auch die gesamte Waffentechnologie + Web. Das Heimtückische bei dieser Bombe, an deren Entwicklung auch China arbeitet, ist die Tatsache, dass sie von einem beliebigen Schiff fernab der Küste abgeschossen werden kann. Das gilt natürlich auch für Europa.

 

Diese Befürchtung mag auch (neben Israel) einer der Gründe sein, warum Russland so schnell Militärbasen in Syrien aufbaut, um dem durch Zerstörung des IS zuvorzukommen.

 

Der Autor

 
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Die Endschlacht von Harmageddon und Errichtung des 1000-jährigen Friedensreiches

 

"Und seine Füße werden an jenem Tage auf dem Ölberge stehen, der vor Jerusalem gegen Osten liegt; und der Ölberg wird sich in der Mitte spalten nach Osten und nach Westen hin, zu einem sehr großen Tale, und die Hälfte des Berges wird nach Norden und seine andere Hälfte nach Süden weichen." Sacharja 14.4  

 

und Apg.1,"

 

Und als er dies gesagt hatte, wurde er emporgehoben, indem sie es sahen, und eine Wolke nahm ihn auf von ihren Augen hinweg. 10 Und wie sie unverwandt gen Himmel schauten, als er auffuhr, siehe, da standen zwei Männer in weißem Kleide bei ihnen, 11 welche auch sprachen: Männer von Galiläa, was stehet ihr und sehet hinauf gen Himmel?

 

Dieser Jesus, der von euch weg in den Himmel aufgenommen worden ist, wird also kommen, wie ihr ihn habt hingehen sehen in den Himmel 12 Da kehrten sie nach Jerusalem zurück von dem Berge, welcher Ölberg heißt, der nahe bei Jerusalem ist, einen Sabbathweg entfernt.

 

Der Ölberg, heute überwiegend ein Friedhof, weil die Juden hier auch ihren Messias bei der Wiederkunft erwarten und ihn sofort aus ihren Gräbern in Empfang nehmen möchten zur Auferstehung

 

 

Er hat in seinem Gefolge die weiß gekleidete Braut= das Heer in weißes Leinen gekleideter, auferstandener, entrückter oder während der Trübsal enthaupteter Christen, s, Offb.19,14:"Und ihm folgte das Heer des Himmels auf weißen Pferden, angetan mit weißem, reinem Leinen."

 

 

Es beginnt die letzte große Schlacht Yeshuas mit Seinem Heer gegen die Heere der Finsternis, die gegen Jerusalem ziehen  = die Schlacht von Harmageddon.

 

Offb.19,17-21

 

"Und ich sah einen Engel in der Sonne stehen und er rief mit großer Stimme allen Vögeln zu, die hoch am Himmel fliegen: Kommt, versammelt euch zu dem großen Mahl Gottes"

 

Offb. 18 und esst das Fleisch der Könige und der Hauptleute und das Fleisch der Starken und der Pferde und derer, die darauf sitzen, und das Fleisch aller Freien und Sklaven, der Kleinen und der Großen!
 
Offb. 19 Und ich sah das Tier und die Könige auf Erden und ihre Heere versammelt, Krieg zu führen mit dem, der auf dem Pferd saß, und mit seinem Heer.
 
Offb.20 Und das Tier wurde ergriffen und mit ihm der falsche Prophet, der vor seinen Augen die Zeichen getan hatte, durch welche er die verführte, die das Zeichen des Tieres angenommen und das Bild des Tieres angebetet hatten. Lebendig wurden diese beiden in den feurigen Pfuhl geworfen, der mit Schwefel brannte.
 
Offb. 21 Und die andern wurden erschlagen mit dem Schwert, das aus dem Munde dessen ging, der auf dem Pferd saß. Und alle Vögel wurden satt von ihrem Fleisch.
 
Armageddon

Die Schlacht von Harmageddon

Nach dem Sieg wird der Antichrist/das Tier und der Falsche Prophet in den Feuersee geworfen und der Teufel für 1000 Jahre in Ketten gelegt.

 

Offb.19.20:

 

" Und das Tier wurde ergriffen und mit ihm der falsche Prophet, der vor seinen Augen die Zeichen getan hatte, durch welche er die verführte, die das Zeichen des Tieres angenommen und das Bild des Tieres angebetet hatten. Lebendig wurden diese beiden in den feurigen Pfuhl geworfen, der mit Schwefel brannte.

 

 

Der Antichrist = das Tier und der Falsche Prophet werden in den Feuersee geworfen

 

Jesus Christus =Yeshua HaMashiach tritt mit den Christen die 1000-jährige Friedensherrschaft im Millenium an.

 

Offb.20,1-6:

 

"Und ich sah einen Engel vom Himmel herabfahren, der hatte den Schlüssel zum

Abgrund und eine große Kette in seiner Hand.

Und er ergriff den Drachen, die alte Schlange, das ist der Teufel und der Satan,

und  fesselte ihn für tausend Jahre

 
 
 
 
 

3 und warf ihn in den Abgrund und verschloss ihn und setzte ein Siegel oben darauf, damit er die Völker nicht mehr verführen sollte, bis vollendet würden die tausend Jahre. Danach muss er losgelassen werden eine kleine Zeit.

 

Der König Yeshua kommt auf den Ölberg mit seinem großen Heer weißgekleideter Christen, s. Offb.19, von wo Er auch gen Himmel gefahren ist und vernichtet die Heere von Harmageddon - die letzte Schlacht.

 

 

Die Schlac ht von Harmageddon auf der Ebene Jesreel am Fuß des Berges Megiddo:

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