Tuesday, January 30, 2018

Total Lunar Eclipse: Super Blue Red Moon

On Wednesday night we will see an eclipse of the moon, the second full moon for the month, making it a ''blue'' moon, which will turn red.

Neshama's blog: Once in 150 Years 

Where and when to see the eclipse: full map


Anonymous said...

It is brought in the book "Davar B'ito" (Everything in it's time) about the month of Shvat, that on the 15th of Shvat there will be a full lunar eclipse. It is written in the book "Yalkut Moshe" that a lunar eclipse in the month of Shvat [is a sign of] stringent judgment on most of the world, and that day will be very dark.


Michael Margolis said...

This guy has made this claim for every Jewish Holiday for the past several years. But why did you folks not post this video? It got hidden somehow? My question is where in Torah do the TABLES come from that they derive the code words. Where does it say what parsha etc? Thanks

Devorah said...

Michael: the ''tables'' are the Torah itself. The Torah is written without punctuation marks, the punctuation was added later, but there are many ways of interpretation which we learn from our Sages of old and the Oral Torah. Those tables are the letters of the Torah set out into a computer program, exactly as they appear in the Torah itself. To find out which parshiot you are looking at would be difficult to set out as the Codes go through many parshiot at a time. That is something to ask Rabbi Glazerson himself, who is the most knowledgeable one in regards to this subject.

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