Monday, April 3, 2017

Prepare for RARE Solar Eclipse Coming to America

The Bible says that the Last Days will have strange signs in the sky.

This summer, there is going to be a solar eclipse that makes a big line all the way across America from NW to SE.

It’s being called “The Big One”.

Coming this summer, we will see an event unlike any we’ve seen in North America since 1918: a total solar eclipse crossing the entire United States in a line from coast to coast on August 21, 2017.

The eclipse will begin around 9:48 am Pacific Standard Time. According to NASA, the longest duration of totality will be 2 minutes 41.6 seconds at 37°35′0″N 89°7′0″W in Shawnee National Forest south of Carbondale, Illinois and the greatest extent will be at 36°58′0″N 87°40′18″W near Cerulean, Kentucky.

And that’s not all…

If you plot the two total eclipse paths on a map, it would appear the giant “X” intersects right over the New Madrid fault line near Cape Girardeau, Missouri and Paducah, Kentucky — which will thus see two total solar eclipses in less than seven years.

Some people say these are “signs in the sun, and in the moon, and in the stars” in a Biblical, end times type of sense… just saying.



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