Monday, April 28, 2014

first solar eclipse of 2014

New report “the first solar eclipse of 2014. Solar eclipses occur when the moon passes between Earth and the sun.  Total eclipses, which produce the “diamond ring” effect, happen when the moon is closer to Earth and precisely covers the sun. For annular eclipses, the moon is a tiny bit further from earth, but still fits within the sun’s disc and has a skosh more room. Thus a “ring of fire” forms around moon’s silhouette.”

This is a non-central annular eclipse – and in the 5,000-year period from 2000 B.C. to 3000 AD, the earth only sees 68 non-central versions out of 3,956 annular eclipses.

Death Over Life” – aside from the Four Blood Moons which occur on Hebrew Holidays between April 2014 and September 2015, we now have a one in 58 occurrence of this type of eclipse … narrow it down to the number until 2100AD and we are looking at something closer to 1:56 … where 56 is an important astronomical number in terms of ancient Stonehenge and the Book of Genesis … as was explained in the book “Genesis of Genesis”.

Get ready to see “Saint Paul’s Joke” in action – The Vatican and Rome are coming into the sniper’s sights.

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