Sukkot 2015 marked the appearance of a rare blood moon, the fourth in a row to show up during a Jewish holiday in the last year and a half.
The internet has been filled with speculation as to what the blood moon represents according to Jewish tradition. There is no clear consensus (yet!)
For those who were fortunate to be up in the early morning hours on the first day of Sukkot (Sept 28, 2015), the experience of witnessing the Blood moon over Jerusalem is simply indescribable.
Within the past of a year and a half, there have been four blood moons. Amazingly, each one fell on a major Jewish holiday – Passover and Sukkot.
Take a look and see it for yourself!