New Moon Delayed?! New Moon Not Sighted In Israel!!! Rosh Hashanah Postponed. An Act of God or Something Else???



So now what? The New Moon was NOT sighted yesterday, Monday, September 14th in Israel. PLUS there was a double eclipse of the sun, never seen before!

Yom Teruah/Day of Trumpets and Rosh Hashanah will begin today, Tuesday, September 15th at sunset going through Wednesday, September 16th.

This will be the first day of the Seventh Month, also known as Tishri or Ethanim. We will then count till the 10th day of the Seventh month and Keep Yom Kippur/Day of Atonement, then Sukkot/ Feast of Tabernacles will begin on the 15th day of the Seventh month.

ALSO: Rosh Hashanah has been delayed. Most of you are like me just learning of this feast day. The Moon must be seen in order for the new year to begin. Some of you know the Mid-East has had a sand storm of biblical proportions. In order for the Feast of Trumpets the moon must been not only seen but also witnessed by 2 or 3 witnesses. They did not see the moon last night so the New Year could not begin. This is a God delay… but why?

ALSO: DOUBLE ECLIPSE OF THE SUN: On Sept. 13th, the sun was eclipsed–twice! No one on Earth has ever seen anything like it. Indeed, it was only visible from Earth orbit. NASA’s Solar Dynamics Observatory (SDO) recorded the event.

“Earth And Moon Double Eclipse Of Sun” “Rosh Hashanah” Prophecy Alert!!!

by (Before It’s News)