Many of you know because you watch the news that on the night of Sept 27, 2015 there was a total lunar eclipse that could be seen very well here in the northeast. It was absolutely beautiful to watch as the moon moved into the earths path blocking the sun. What made this extra special is that it occurred while the moon was in one of its closest positions to the earth which is what they call a super moon because the moon appears 14% larger than normal. Because it is a total lunar eclipse and not partial when the eclipse happens it gives the moon the red color thus becoming a Blood Moon. What you are actually seeing is every sunset and every sunrise on the earth all at once in the red of the moon. This was the final total lunar eclipse in what is called a Tretrad which is 4 consecutive total lunar eclipses which occurred all within one 24 month period. The first was April 15, 2014, followed by Oct 8, 2014, April 4, 2015 and this final one on Sept 28, 2015. It is not unusual to have lunar eclipses but it is very rare for 4 total lunar eclipses to appear in a row.
One other interesting thing with these dates is that each of the last 4 blood moon dates have occurred on the date of one of the Jewish Feast Days. I encourage you to do more research on this I think you will find it fascinating. There have been several times throughout the centuries where a Tetrad has occurred and the Jewish nation has had significant events in their history happen.