Supermoon On Sunday And Record-Breaking Earthquake In Deleware


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Supermoon On Sunday And Record-Breaking Earthquake In Deleware

The only supermoon of 2017 will occur this Sunday, December 3rd.  Sunday’s full moon will appear significantly larger than typical full moons.  It will also be exactly 70 days after the Revelation 12 Sign, which began on September 23rd and ended on the 24th.  On the Hebrew calendar it’s the 70th anniversary of the UN Partition Plan that established a Jewish state in the Middle East.

Even more interesting, it is exactly three weeks (7 + 7 + 7 days) before Christmas Eve 2017, which is the very last day I noticed in my original Revelation 12 Sign article that seemed to hold significance this year.

On the Hebrew day that goes from Christmas Eve to Christmas Day, Jupiter, previously identified as the planet representing the male child, enters the constellation Libra after leaving Virgo.  In fact, the transition happens at right about midnight in Israel.  It is thought Libra represents the altar or throne of God – a perfect depiction of what happens in Revelation 12:5 – the male child is snatched up to God’s throne.

In other news, yesterday, on the last day of November, a 4.1 magnitude earthquake struck Deleware and was felt as far away as Washington, D.C. and New York City.  It was the most powerful earthquake in the state in decades and the most powerful in the Mid-Atlantic region in a number of years.

The earthquake comes as rumors swirl that the Trump Administration may soon announce the relocation of the U.S. Embassy to Jerusalem.