It's an end of the World as we know it prediction.
The trouble is, there are many blood moons in any given century.
That being the case, there have been many such predictions over the centuries, all of which didn't come to pass.
The shear number of Blood Moons also means that an outside unaffected observer could point to the proximity of a Blood Moon if the World did come to an end.
I think Christians that listen to these predictions should remember this Christian teaching: “But concerning that day and hour no one knows, not even the angels of heaven, nor the Son, but the Father only."
If they did, they wouldn't get fooled by these guys selling books.
In the Bible they're referred to as "False Prophets".
This paraphrased Biblical verse is also relevant: They've turned a house of prayer into a den of thieves.
These hucksters have done more damage to Christianity than all it's enemies combined.
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