Monday, April 21, 2014


Odessa, Russia

I was there in the 1980's.
It is a very pretty city.
I was impressed because
it was the headquarters for
the Russian NAVY.
I can only imagine if our Navy base town
decided to become a confederate state today.
We should mind our own business. We have
plenty of our own problems right here.

The Black Sea Fleet 
 is a large operational-strategic
 sub-unit of the Russian (and formerly SovietNavy,
 operating in the Black Sea and the Mediterranean Sea
 since the late 18th century. Its ships are based in
 various harbors of the Black Sea and the Sea of Azov,
 while its aviation and infrastructure is based in various
 locations in CrimeaRussia and Krasnodar KraiRussia.

Odessa, Opera House old photo below

Railway station in Odessa old photo

Monument at Russian Navy Yard in Odessa

The Famous
Stairs, in

The story about the flyers making Jews register , was denied. Said it was to stir things up. BUT
the thought was there and that is sin enough.  I would get the heck out of the Ukraine.
 Comments are welcome

Thursday, April 17, 2014

What's all this about Blood Moons?

I read this and shivered.
I am old and don't remember

All these signs, coming together at one time,
are potentially the culminating signals that God
has always wanted to warn His people,
and the rest of the world, before He intervenes.
What better way to communicate to us than through
the universal language of heavenly signs that speak to
every tribe, tongue, and nation?”
The  fact they’ll take place during the Feast of Passover
and Feast of Tabernacles in consecutive years, is weird..

The occurrence of a Tetrad, or four consecutive Blood Moons, is rare.
A Tetrad with a total solar eclipse within its series is very rare.
A Tetrad with a total solar eclipse that is significant to Israel
history and Jewish Feasts is very, very rare.
A Tetrad with a total solar eclipse historically significant
to Israel and Jewish Feasts that includes a Shemittah year is
very, very, very rare.
But a Tetrad with a total solar eclipse, historically significant
to Israel,falling on Jewish Feasts, and including a Shemittah year
that corresponds with the Feast of Trumpets is astronomically
The centuries in which there was no total lunar eclipses  1800s; 1700s;
1600s; 1200s; 1000s; 600s; 500s

Although it's certainly rarer for all four eclipses to coincide with Passover
and Sukkot (this has happened only eight times since 162 CE) it's still a
frequent enough occurrence to make events of 'historical significance' 
happening on the same nothing more than coincidence.
Throw a dart at a calendar and you’ll find something of ‘historical significance’
happening on that day - it’s just what history is like.
But It does make me wonder.
I am going to Mass Easter Sunday for sure.

And look forward to the SUN Eclipse ::
A total eclipse of the sun,
on Aug. 21, 2017.
It will make first landfall on the planet on the Oregon coast.

Posted by Yvonne @ La Petite Gallery
 Comments are welcome