May 2016– SIGN OF THE TIMES – Paranormal YouTubers have been posting videos ahead of the event with some saying “something just doesn’t feel right.” A blue moon is a second full moon in the same calendar month. It last happened in July. But Saturday’s event is even rarer as it also a fourth full moon in one season – the period between a solstice and an equinox, as there would usually be just three.
It happens every three years, and this particular blue moon was known as the full flower moon by Native Americans. During the event, which will be visible across the UK at around 10.14 pm on May 21, the moon does not actually go blue. Mystics warn the approaching Blue Moon is a harbinger of something catastrophic. “Something is wrong, something is not right. I feel something is bad.”
While self-proclaimed mystic Bonnie couldn’t seem to put her finger on it, the Nemesis Maturity channel warned the blue moon event could be associated with more bizarre behavior than is commonly linked to a typical full moon. The channel said in a video: “Since ancient times, full moons have been associated with odd or insane behavior, including sleepwalking, illegal activity, fits of violence and, of course, transforming into werewolves.”
However, Christians have been pointing to recent signs of blood and blue moons and rare planet transits as one more sign of the End of Time. “And there shall be signs in the sun, and in the moon, and in the stars; and upon the earth distress of nations, with perplexity; the sea and the waves roaring; Men’s hearts failing them for fear, and for looking after those things which are coming on the earth: for the powers of heaven shall be shaken.” Luke 21:25, 26 See post: Is something catastrophic about to happen?
In 18th-century England, people on trial for murder could campaign for a lighter sentence on grounds of lunacy if the crime occurred under a full moon, meanwhile, psychiatric patients at London’s Bethlehem Hospital were shackled and flogged as a preventive measure during certain lunar phases. –Express, TEP