#EndOfWorld #BlackMoon – Western Hemisphere: Will The Black Moon Be the Begining Of The End Of The World? : Now the End Begins” talks about the black moon prophecy and how the one one Friday will take place right before the “Jewish feast of trumpets”. Also known as Rosh Hashana, the Jewish feast of trumpets begins on October 2, 2016, Jewish New Year.
October 3 is also the start of Muharram, the first month of the lunar calendar by Muslims. Those who believe in the prophecy feel that having the black moon come about right before two beginnings in two of the world’s major religions gives this portent some weight.
As earlier today, the last black moon occurred in March 30, 2014. Earlier March 30, the black moon before that happened only 59-days earlier on January 30.
Intriguingly, for the record, that day after the black moon on March 30, 2014, Chile was devastated by an 8.2 magnitude earthquake, thus strengthening the belief that the black moon can cause disastrous things to occur on Earth.
End of the world predictions has been part of culture ever since the world began. Just in the last 20 years, the end of the world allegedly was predicted to have happened on January 1, 2000 or the Y2K, and on December 21, 2012. A list of 242 dates were assumed to be the the end of the world based on the “Mayan Calendar”.The list can be found here.
Some parts of the world may not be able to see the black moon, but by a lunar eclipse, the event offers dark skies that could be great for stargazing.
So if you want to make the most out of it, head over to a place with clear skies and far away from city light pollution and enjoy the views.
Do you think the end of the world will happen during the black moon today? Source: Itechpost