The ominous influence of the four blood moons

We just watched the eclipse of the red moon, or blood moon as it sometimes called. The emanations of occult darkness and the abyss that came from it beamed to the earth and were very powerful. This lunar eclipse of April 4 is part of the series of cosmic events that enhance the forces of darkness.

It is one of four lunar eclipses in a lunar tetrad, in the middle of which was the solar eclipse of March 20. These eclipses are successive with no partial eclipses in between them and each of them is separated from the other by six full moons.

A lunar eclipse has a red colour, which is caused by the earth blocking the light of the sun from reaching the moon. As it does, a red glow is created around the silhouette of the earth like when the sun sets over the horizon. This red glow is cast upon the moon and its red light is reflected back to earth.

Cosmic events and forces affect the earth and everything that lives on it including us, as the human body is a microcosm of the macrocosm and, at the smallest levels of atoms, electrons etc., it becomes as a replica of the cosmos and is under the influence of it. As the universe is multidimensional, that influence extends to other dimensions too.

It is in those other dimensions where beings of light and darkness exist, generally unseen to the human eye.

Cosmic events are not just physical but they are multidimensional too, and so too are their influences.

Normally there are white and black moons – one is positive and the other is negative in their spiritual and esoteric nature. The moon is the opposing counter to the earth, which is why in its own nature it is negative when in darkness.  The moon is spiritually positive when it reflects the rays of the sun. But without the light of the sun it emanates negative forces, which reach their maximum effect at the black moon (usually called a new moon).

The moon is dark when the sun doesn’t shine on it, but when the sun shines on the moon, the light reflected from it converts the dark moon into a light moon, which is at its strongest in a full moon. Spiritually, this has the effect of converting the sinister emanations of the black moon into the positive emanations of the full moon. The light of the sun in a spiritual sense, is the light of the spiritual son, and when it shines on the moon, it reflects as the properties of illuminated consciousness.

An eclipse of the moon represents an eclipse of the forces of illumination.

When utilized by the forces of darkness, red becomes a channel of the energies of desire and of the atmosphere of the abyss. Black and red in combination are used by dark beings. The red or blood moon projects the negative emanations of the blackness of the moon and the lunar eclipse, and enhances them through a negatively charged red filter back to the earth.

The lunar eclipse enhances the negative vibrations in the cosmos, upon the earth, and upon the human organism and psyche. The red vibrations invoke sexual desires, passions, the animal ego, and the energy of the abyss. And the chaste light of spiritual illumination becomes the lustful red light of the abyss.

In the underworld, beings of darkness take advantage of cosmic events like this and the energies they create to enhance the effectiveness of their activities – it’s like adding oxygen to a fire or fertilizer to a plant.

In this case the effectiveness of the red moon in this lunar eclipse is enhanced by being part of a tetrad in which the darkness of the solar eclipse on March 20 was encased on two sides by two blood moons giving four blood moons, thereby increasing its power hugely.

In terms of coinciding with celebrations around the world, the first and third moons in this tetrad occur on the festival of the Passover and the second and third are on the feast of the Tabernacles. This lunar eclipse also coincides with Easter, but Easter is celebrated at the wrong time. Today it’s celebrated according to a lunar calendar, but the real Easter is celebrated according to the sun at the spring equinox.

It’s awful that a festival of light and the sun has been taken over, turned into something lunar, and removed from humanity. The solstices and the equinoxes are the times of the year to celebrate the light and to use their forces to enhance spiritual growth and generation in counter to the darkness.

By | 2018-02-26T11:06:33+00:00 April 4th, 2015|hell and demons|75 Comments

About the Author:

Mark Pritchard is an author and founder of the modern revival of the ancient Religion of the Sun. He's been teaching since 1990, has been dedicated to spiritual practice for decades, and has had metaphysical experiences since childhood. He has authored a number of books on out-of-body experiences, consciousness, and spiritual awakening, including an earlier edition of The Astral Codex which became a bestseller in its genre, and Gazing into the Eternal which was a finalist in the Best Book Awards 2009 in spirituality. He has appeared on over 70 radio and television programs internationally, and writes with the name Belsebuub, which is the name of his spirit/soul/consciousness.


  1. […] his article, The Ominous Influence of the Four Blood Moons, Belsebuub further explains that: “An eclipse of the moon represents an eclipse of the forces […]

  2. Karim September 25, 2015 at 3:19 am - Reply

    I was just wondering what the best way was to approach the upcoming event on the 28th. I guess it being a physical and multidimensional phenomena of such a scale, it will have its global influence, against which a few individuals can’t do much. But on a personal level perhaps praying for protection is useful, for ourselves and on a bigger scale? Being extra vigilant and watchful in controlling our inner states and not allow ourselves to be influenced in being negative towards others? Would it be useful to observe and try to perceive the energy present so as to learn from seeing how it affects us?
    And is this series of cosmic events something that enhances the forces of darkness only at those times or is it part of the whole direction towards darkness which the planet is heading towards.

    • Laura September 25, 2015 at 7:48 am - Reply

      Thank you for writing your questions here Karim, I’m wondering the same. What could I a single individual do in order to give something to the light and oppose the darkness in any significant way?

      As I wrote that question it just came to mind what I recently read in an NDE book by a person who died and was shown cataclysmic world events that would happen in the future if ‘mankind did not return to God’:

      ‘As I was told by the Lady of Light, “The way to understand and work with God’s plan is through prayer and meditation, through prayer to call to God, and through meditation to receive His message and His inspiration.”

      Prayer is the most powerful weapon in the arsenal of humanity. Prayer will arm us with the power to suspend the natural laws to avoid geophysically cataclysmic events. Geopolitical events can and will be influenced by the power of prayer. The future of the world can and will be determined not by its leaders but by the prayers of groups of people throughout the world. Prayer is the answer, not only around the world, but also in our country, in our homes, and in our hearts. The prayers of the people could save the world from war and destruction!’ (Ned Dougherty, ‘Fast Lane to Heaven’, Ch 26)

      He is obviously talking about physical events of war or natural disasters, but I wonder if it also applies in the case of opposing the forces of darkness.

      • Anita September 26, 2015 at 12:28 am - Reply

        Thanks for your comment Laura. I hope ‘Fast Lane to Heaven’ also gave tips on how to pray. I was reminded recently that people can pray for all sorts of things that may inadvertently be prayers of black magic. For example, praying that someone will see the ‘errors of their ways’ and fall in line with the prayer givers beliefs/religion – where is the free will in that?

        I wish everyone much strength, light and inner peace.

        • Julian September 26, 2015 at 8:15 pm - Reply

          I don’t see any problem with a prayer like that, so long as you defer to the divine will. Sometimes bad prayers give me insights about what it is I’m really praying for, or give me some different kind of insight or help, if I’m open to it. The divine won’t interfere with free will anyway, so it’s probably better to pray for it than to try to force it in other more subtle ways as we might unconsciously do. That said, I like to finish my prayers asking for the divine will to be done, and not mine, which I think shows respect of the forces you call upon.
          I think one of thing that distinguishes black and white are that a white magician calls on higher forces outside himself, always knowing they are more powerful and wise and deferring to their judgement, while a black magician knows what he wants and goes only for that, even if it’s not what is needed.

        • Gabrielle September 27, 2015 at 2:22 am - Reply

          Anita, that is interesting about prayer. I had not thought about it in that way. Thanks for sharing that.

        • Laura September 27, 2015 at 8:38 am - Reply

          Hi Anita,

          Thanks for sharing your perspective. Julian made really good points and that is what I was going to say, to always ask for the Divine will be done, not mine, whatever I have just prayed, because obviously they know infinitely better than me of what is good for me or for others. You might wonder what is the point of prayer then, but the way I understand it is you can appeal to their mercy and forgiveness and in this way they can hear and consider your prayer if it is sincere. And since there are dark forces opposing the Divine will in the world, we can support and help it in this way. Hope that makes sense.

          In another NDE book, ‘Embraced by the Light’ by Betty J. Eadie, she writes what she learnt about prayer in the higher spiritual realm she visited. This is mostly concerning personal prayer, but maybe there are some insights to be gained in how prayer works in general (I omitted some irrelevant parts):

          ‘I saw many lights shooting up from the earth like beacons. Some were very broad and charged into heaven like broad laser beams. Others resembled the illumination of small pen lights, and some were mere sparks. I was surprised as I was told that these beams of power were the prayers of people on earth.

          I saw angels rushing to answer the prayers. They were organized to give as much help as possible. As they worked within this organization, they literally flew from person to person, from prayer to prayer, and were filled with love and joy by their work. They delighted to help us and were especially joyful when somebody prayed with enough intensity and faith to be answered immediately. They always responded to the brighter, larger prayers first, then each prayer in turn, until all of them were answered. I did notice, however, that insincere prayers of repetition have little if any light; and having no power, many of them are not heard.

          I was distinctly told that _all_ prayers of desire are heard and answered. When we have great need, or when we are praying for other people, the beams project straight from us and are immediately visible.

          I understood that once our prayers of desire have been released, we need to let go of them and trust in the power of God to answer them. He knows our needs at all times and is simply waiting for an invitation to help us. He has all power to answer prayers, but he is bound by his own law and by our wills. We must invite his will to become our own.

          Our prayers for others have great strength but can only be answered as far as they do not infringe on the others’ free will – or as long as they don’t frustrate others’ needs. God is bound to let us act for ourselves, but he is also willing to help in any way possible. If the faith of our friends is weak, the strength of our spirits can literally hold them up.

          I saw, however, that God has a vantage point we can never perceive. He sees into our eternal pasts and futures and knows our eternal needs. In his great love he answers prayers according to this eternal and omniscient perspective. He answers _all_ prayers perfectly. I saw that it was never necessary for me to repeat my requests unremittingly, as though he couldn’t understand. Faith and patience are needed.

          I also understood the importance of thanking God for the things we receive. Gratitude is an eternal virtue. In humility we must ask, and in gratitude we should receive. The more we thank God for the blessings we receive, the more we open the way for further blessings. In prayer and service our lights will always shine. Service is the oil to our lamps generated by compassion and love.’

          • Lucia September 27, 2015 at 2:11 pm

            Yay, how beautiful! I remember this exact extract (about the prayers being beams of Light) too Laura, just could not recall where I have read it. How amazing that we can find these sparks of knowledge everywhere, isn’t it? Some of the near-death experiences are just a reservoir of inspiring and uplifting information, even though they also tend to contain subjective perspectives.

            I also found there is a certain feeling after a prayer was “heard” (does not necessarily mean that it will be fulfilled in the exactly the same way), like I don’t need to ask anymore, just trust and let go. Whereas if i formulate it in a way that maybe is not right or needed at that time, I don’t get the same feeling, but instead tend to change my wording many times, or even stop asking for that particular thing completely.

            Sometimes it feels like our experiences with prayers are so beautiful and mysterious, that maybe we should not even talk about them, and yet, it helps to know that these things Do work, that people are being heard, and that there are Beings, rushing to attend to our pleas.

            Thank you again for bringing this extract up.

          • Ella September 27, 2015 at 6:53 pm

            Thank you Laura for sharing that, it’s a beautiful quote! Incredible to think of how angels work to help us, and it puts into perspective learning to help others when you imagine them getting so much joy from their service and it being such an integral part of who they are.
            I’ve seen incredible things happen through prayer but it’s good to remember that sometimes I don’t know what’s best, and then to ask sincerely and to hand over the reins in faith is the best way forwards.

          • Laura September 28, 2015 at 8:17 am

            I agree Lucia, I’ve found there is usually at least one little gem of insight or inspiration to be gained from most NDE accounts, whether or not the person experiencing it gains a huge amount of knowledge like they sometimes do.

            Thanks for sharing that about prayer. I can relate to getting this particular feeling after a prayer has been heard and is being ‘processed’ 😉 I’ve felt that after particularly desperate, deep, honest, surrendered prayers and it is very faith building, to get this ‘response’.

            I wanted to comment on what it says about repetitive prayers in the excerpt, they may not have power in themselves but if that is all you have to start with, then the effort of trying your best with what you have would be worth it. The power would be in your persistence to find a way to get it right, like you said Lucia, noticing that what you are saying doesn’t feel quite right or doesn’t go deep enough in your heart, then trying to find the right words, what you really want to say, make it align with your innermost yearning, is when I can feel the strongest connection to the Divine.

          • Anita September 28, 2015 at 10:35 am

            Hi Laura,

            Thanks so much for sharing that quote! Also, thank you Julian, Lucia and Laura (again) for your reflections. When I read your posts I felt my heart lift – thank you 🙂

      • Lucia September 26, 2015 at 6:48 pm - Reply

        Thank you very much Laura for bringing up the power of prayer. I also agree with N. Dougherty that “prayer is the most powerful weapon in the arsenal of humanity”. I think that in fact, we are quite powerless without it, especially when it comes to serious events or problems.

        I have also heard a nice saying once about a different between prayer and meditation. Basically, it said that a prayer is talking to God, while meditation is listening to Him. So its quite similar to what the Lady of Light you mentioned said.

    • Paty September 25, 2015 at 11:16 pm - Reply

      Yes, Karim I also like the questions you pose. They are very relevant now.
      And I agree with you and Laura that as individuals one of the most powerful we have is the power of prayer that comes from the heart.

    • Ella September 26, 2015 at 9:13 am - Reply

      I have been wondering too, and for now am planning to be in prayer during the hour it lasts in the UK, as well as spend the evening before in prayer, and trying as hard as I can to be aware in this period.

  3. Shane September 8, 2015 at 1:46 am - Reply

    The last eclipse of the Tetrad occurs on the 28 Sept 2015.

    • Ella September 9, 2015 at 6:21 pm - Reply

      Thanks for the reminder Shane, though I feel quite heavy just thinking about it. With the autumn equinox on the 21/22nd in the northern hemisphere and then this event a week later, it’s going to be a tough period energetically. I hope I’m prepared internally to learn something, and am planning to spend that week focusing on prayer and working to get a strong connection within. Wish the same for everyone!

    • Karim September 9, 2015 at 7:00 pm - Reply

      Thanks Shane.

      It was also good for me to read this article again.

    • Vadim September 25, 2015 at 3:28 am - Reply

      Thanks for the reminder Shane. And once again, thank you Belsebuub for sharing with us your insight. It is definitely helpful to know more about psychological/spiritual influences of the moon.

    • Paty September 25, 2015 at 11:17 pm - Reply

      Thank you Shane.

  4. Fotis May 6, 2015 at 12:57 pm - Reply

    We had a camp-fire with some friends last Monday, inspired from this article to come closer to the light of the cosmic mother. It was a special event that liked a lot and I’m looking forward to investigate further the energies during the full moon. Next one at 1st of June.
    Thank you!

  5. Tina April 11, 2015 at 8:41 pm - Reply

    Thank you very much for clarifying the meaning of the eclipses and the new and full moons. I always wondered what was the truth behind these. It gives me some ideas of how to organise my time aorund these events especially the full moon.

  6. Karim April 11, 2015 at 9:40 am - Reply

    I had noticed in general that there is this certain energy coming from the moon which can give it this sort of dark allure for people.
    I hadn’t really been open to the kind of positive influence the moon might also have, although I did also notice changes in dreams sometimes around this time and wondered about its correlation. Interestingly a few nights after reading this message there was an almost full moon with a very nice, pristine blue-white moon light colour, it gave a kind of beauty or calmness to the night sky. Although I am only able to perceive these things in a very subtle way.

    Thanks very much Mark for explaining about these events. I don’t quite grasp all of it yet, but reading these things things from you puts that roadmap there to hopefully start to understand these things from my own experiences. During the times of those eclipses I definitely felt quite a terrible influence, a very suppressing weight on the spiritual within. So with similar events in the future I can hopefully be more watchful in observing the various influences so as to best learn to counter or deal with them.

    I read a bit recently (although I’m not certain if it relates) which reminded me of what was written here. Saith Osiris Ani: “Hail, One, shining from the Moon! Hail, One, shining from the Moon! from the Book of the dead, plate XVIII, translated by Budge.

    The light of the sun in a spiritual sense, is the light of the spiritual son, and when it shines on the moon, it reflects as the light of the cosmic mother.

  7. Laura April 7, 2015 at 9:20 am - Reply

    Thank you explaining the meaning of this cosmic event Belsebuub. You sure wouldn’t know it from all the talk out there in the New Age circles of the eclipse and blood moons being spiritual portals opening to the new world and all that. It’s confounding how opposite it is to what’s really going on. What you say inspires me to look for the light and truth, stay with them and be guided by them in this increasingly dark world.

    It is indeed a tragedy that basically no one values or celebrates the Spring Equinox in our times. But what a difference even in the feeling of them, whereas the conventional Easter feels empty and superficial, being present for the sunrise of the Equinox and all the preparations for it carry a feeling of power, of light, tapping into something greater, beautiful, ancient. It is a shame that the common belief of the solstices and equinoxes being pagan and primitive, if it is seen there is any meaning there at all, keeps people closed even to the thought of their being important events of light.

  8. Hrvoje April 6, 2015 at 6:34 pm - Reply

    That’s an interesting explanation about white and black moon. It reminds me of how I felt soon after starting with work on consciousness, when I looked at the moon during daylight. I always felt inspired and motivated when seeing it against the blue sky. There is something mystical and almost magical about it, which gave me particular boost for the practice such as astral projection.

    I was aware that the moon has dual symbolism, being used in both positive and negative context. In Dhamapada for example it’s being used a lot in a positive way (Buddha use it as a symbol for consciousness, a light that shines in the night).

    Thanks for the more elaborate explanation on this topic Belsebuub, and how there are different influences coming from certain stages of the moon. Cosmic influences in general is an interesting topic, and learning to observe subtle (and sometimes stronger) influences of cosmic events, discerning when they are to come, and knowing what to do to be prapared for them, would, I imagine, be very useful.

    It’s also interesting to hear about the multidimensional aspect of such cosmic events, and how negative beings use them to enhance their own influences. It makes me wonder if beings of light use some other cosmic events for their own work to help humanity, and if us being aware of it and participating in such events would be of any help to our own work and for the benefit of humanity in general.

  9. Julian Kingman April 6, 2015 at 5:55 pm - Reply

    I was just reading that a number of megalithic sites seem to incorporate alignments to lunar events, and was pondering what the meaning could be, this helps me a bit in understanding that.

  10. Ella April 6, 2015 at 2:49 pm - Reply

    Thank you so much for unveiling the meaning of these cosmic events and how we are influenced by them down to the atomic particles within us. As the blood moon moved over where I am I had a troubled night of dreams.
    It’s also really helpful to hear more about the moon, her phases, and their meaning. I had felt uncertain about the moon. I had experienced a greater clarity around full moon, and it used to be that I was guaranteed lucid or astral experiences at this time. But then hearing that the moon represented the ego and the subconscious I wasn’t sure how it could have a positive impact. It being positive when illuminated by the sun makes perfect sense, but still was a conclusion I couldn’t find alone.

    • Lucia April 7, 2015 at 9:16 pm - Reply

      Hi Ella, just wanted to say i also noticed an increased lucidity in my dreams at full moon and was wondering how was that related. Knowing about the positive aspect of full moon encourages me to take more advantage of these nights.

  11. Fotis April 6, 2015 at 1:56 pm - Reply

    Which means (?) those who want to support the light/white side could celebrate and do rituals and positive things in favour of the light during the “positive full moon”, at solstices and equinoxes. As well, I ​also ​agree,​to celebrate every sunrise. (which reminds me the yoga practice of “Sun Salutation” or asanas)​.

    Thank you once again for sharing your knowledge Mark. I’ll have this under consideration on the upcoming eclipses and new moons.

  12. Michelle April 6, 2015 at 1:39 pm - Reply

    Thanks for explaining all of this Mark. It makes a lot of sense to me although I hadn’t put very much thought into it before. It seems right to me that these cosmic events would have an influence on us.

  13. Jenny April 6, 2015 at 9:40 am - Reply

    Thanks very much Mark for posting this and sharing your insights on the cycles of the moon, it’s been helpful and it’s something I have wondered about for a while.

  14. Marina April 6, 2015 at 6:28 am - Reply

    Thank you Mark for bringing to light again all this esoteric knowledge which is so much needed.

  15. Alexandros April 6, 2015 at 5:55 am - Reply

    Hi everyone,
    Thank you for this article that give an spiritual explanation for these events. I understand deeper now why the most of the people celebrate the Easter in a wrong time. It is a deeper meaning behind this and thank you Mark for your points

  16. Paty April 6, 2015 at 4:56 am - Reply

    Thanks very much Mark for explaining these phenomena for us. I found what you explained about the full moon very interesting as i always thought that the moon was a negative influence at all times. But what you say about a full moon reflecting the Sun’s energy and rays back to earth making it a positive makes a lot of sense.
    I suppose humanity really has no idea of the reality that we are faced with and it struggles at times to comprehend so much violence, injustice and evil that happens constantly. I really appreciate having this site as a source of knowledge, learning and light as it really helps us to not be so much in the dark.
    Thank you!

  17. Andrew April 6, 2015 at 4:28 am - Reply

    Thanks for sharing this Mark. Of all things noticed over the past few days, I definitely felt the emanations change from the chaste light of the Cosmic mother to the lustful energies of the abyss. I noticed things internally and wondered what was occurring.

    Thanks for your guidance. It’s very helpful and much appreciated.

  18. Asuni April 6, 2015 at 1:03 am - Reply

    I’m glad that I can read Belsebuub’s meaningful explanations on the eclipse of the moon that occurs in the time of Easter, because I did not understand the deep meaning we could extract from this lunar event that occurs in the time of Easter 2015.

    So we are shifted in time. The confusion is inevitable then.

    I wish from the bottom of my being, in these times that are shifted, that many of us can achieve this simplicity in clear and effective vision on the world. In order to enjoy the intensity of life with his clear and simple meaning, more and more deeply, together and individually in the same time. Happy times of Easter for all.

    Thank you, for sharing of your knowledge, Belsebuub. Le bonjour to your wife Angela. I achieve more and more our need to do, again and always, the process of Pistis Sophia until achieve, us too, the universal wisdom.

  19. David April 5, 2015 at 11:26 pm - Reply

    Thankyou for explaining Belsebuub, this article sheds light on some things I’ve wondered about for quite some time. There were a lot of crowds around where I was on Saturday and the atmosphere was very heavy. It was pretty hard to be aware and not get sucked into it. It definitely felt like there were some strong negative vibrations and feelings of darkness in the air. Hopefully things will become a bit easier once the last of the tetrad of blood moons has passed.

  20. Sue April 5, 2015 at 1:28 pm - Reply

    Thank you for this article Belsebuub – it certainly explains why the night sky down here has felt so eerie and ominous of late. It’s awful to think of the gathering and strength of the darkness, and especially the eclipse of the cosmic mother.

    It’s tragic to realise what humanity has lost. I doubt that anyone is aware of the true timing of Easter (thanks for enlightening us), and the meaning and the practice of the festivals of light and sun are so lost that they are often viewed today as primitive rituals associated with Wicca or the like. It seems that increasingly today most people aren’t even open to discussing the possibility of true spiritual ideas, often presuming to ‘know’ better. Very sad.

    I hope we see and feel the strength and power of the Light again soon.

    • Steve April 6, 2015 at 5:36 am - Reply

      Hi Sue,

      I agree with your comments here, especially these one’s;

      “and the meaning and the practice of the festivals of light and sun are so lost that they are often viewed today as primitive rituals associated with Wicca or the like”

      From what I understand of the history of Christianity & religion, is that the christian rituals, ceremonies and deities, etc were based on and taken from the old pagan religions anyway. Some of the pagan concepts were remodeled for lack of a better word into the ideologies of the new Christian religion and framework. As the famous saying goes there’s nothing new under the sun! But as time went on more and more ceremonies, practices etc were left out and slowly over time replaced with less and less meaningful festivals, & celebrations until we get to the modern era where now we have Santa Claws and the Easter Bunny? I’ve often wondered that if the dark forces could cut off humanities ties or links to it’s ancestral (I mean in a spiritual sense) past or heritage that maybe they could remodel the future, I mean if you don’t know your past (cultural or spiritual identity) the powers that be could tell you anything or lead you to believe things that are not true.

      “ It seems that increasingly today most people aren’t even open to discussing the possibility of true spiritual ideas, often presuming to ‘know’ better.”

      It’s interesting comment as I was struck by this the other day when working at a ladies house, she started to talk about spiritual concepts but when in discussion I tried to elaborating on the issue she immediately shut down and went into a strange mode which showed that she was only willing to discuss things that she believed in, if it was outside the sphere of positive thinking than she didn’t want to know, this worries me about the new age movement, that nothing can happen out side of the positive Aura of the new age way of thinking. Aren’t we limiting ourselves when we rigidly believe in things that suit our belief system and not look at the facts? I know we all have our own personal belief systems and it’s a challenge because we find it hard to deal with fear of the unknown or dealing with a reality that we wish wasn’t real.

      • Julian Kingman April 6, 2015 at 6:05 pm - Reply

        Some people say that the new age movement was started by the CIA in order to create a docile public.

        • Laura April 7, 2015 at 9:40 am - Reply

          And you can see why it would make people docile Julian. Basically the message in the channeled messages and all that seems to be just to sit back and relax and witness the ascension into the new world. That a whole lot of changes are being done to the world and to humanity by spiritual beings. There is a sense of things happening no matter what (even enlightenment) outside of our influence and that we should just observe and focus on the positive. It’s incredibly sad that these beliefs are widely accepted by people into spirituality. Even more widely accepted, also with people not into spirituality, is that true evil doesn’t exist. What a clever plan to conceal what they’re doing…

          I do feel paralyzed by fear a lot, knowing what the reality is, but how valuable to know where and how to look for the light to gain my own understanding and guidance that can lead me to real personal change only my Being can provide…

  21. Daniel M April 5, 2015 at 12:19 pm - Reply

    Thank you Mark for sharing your wisdom with us.

    • Jordan April 5, 2015 at 1:52 pm - Reply

      Yeah, it’s great to have explanations of things like this – thanks.

    • Layla April 5, 2015 at 8:05 pm - Reply

      Yes, a very revealing article!

  22. Tom David April 5, 2015 at 10:36 am - Reply

    I do not thank you Mark. This is a sign of wonderful change and an enlightened soul will now walk among us. You are in for a wonderful experience Mark. You may have to eat a bit of humble pie.

    • Jordan April 5, 2015 at 1:50 pm - Reply

      Well everyone’s entitled to their opinion of these events, but to me it seems quite clear that Mark knows what he’s talking about as it has been outlined and explained in a way that not only makes sense logically, but also, as much as can be with personal and esoteric experience.

      I can’t think of anyone that wouldn’t need to “eat a bit of humble pie” these days, but certainly least of all would be Mark.

    • Laura April 7, 2015 at 8:47 am - Reply

      Anyone can say these kind of cosmic events are a sign for anything they like, but when it comes from personal direct experience and a high degree of esoteric knowledge like Mark’s, I find I tend to trust that much more. Also I don’t see the current reality in the world supporting the claims of an ascension or any other large scale positive change happening to be honest.

      • Patricia April 7, 2015 at 11:30 pm - Reply

        Neither do I, in fact I think humanity is progressively getting worse, going the opposite direction of enlightenment – the incessant destruction, bloodshed, poverty, injustices, consumerism, oppression, etc. is a sure sign of that. Knowing this makes me very appreciative of Mark’s insights and guidance during these troublesome times.

  23. peter April 5, 2015 at 9:28 am - Reply

    I experienced last year with the first and second blood moon quite a bit of physical suffering.

    The last of this cylce, the 4th blood moon is in September 28th this year, and is a super blood moon. Also the Shemitah (7 year cylce) ends, and the Jubilee (7x shemitah cycle) are ending at this time.
    Its an astonomical odd.

    There is a lot of info online:


  24. DavidP April 5, 2015 at 8:09 am - Reply

    Thanks for explaining all this Mark, it helps to know the influences upon us and the world. I hope celestial events will turn around in the light’s favour before too long. As it is right now these events show how darkness has overtaken the light. As a teenager I thought of how things in nature reflect the human condition, more as a poetic idea, but with your invaluable guidance such as this article I have come to see it is actually true.

    I wonder if there is any esoteric significance to the fact that the same side of the moon is always facing earth? We never see the far side. It is quite amazing that between the rotation of the earth and the rotation of the moon that it works out like that. What significance too is there of the moon affecting the tides here?

    • Olga April 5, 2015 at 3:47 pm - Reply

      I also find that interesting David about only seeing the one side of the moon, and how it resembles the face of someone in sorrow and despair, and is always looking upon us.

  25. Dara April 5, 2015 at 7:55 am - Reply

    I was also wondering about the blood moon last night. Thank you for explaining its significance. How sobering that it represents the eclipsing of the cosmic mother.

    What you describe here felt really apparent to me last night:

    “The lunar eclipse enhances the negative vibrations in the cosmos, upon the earth, and upon the human organism and psyche. The red vibrations invoke sexual desires, passions, the animal ego, and the energy of the abyss. And the chaste light of the cosmic mother becomes the lustful red light of the abyss.”

    With it being a holiday weekend, and being around a busy city location as it turned to night, those emanations and how it affects crowds of people were definitely something to observe.

    My husband and I even stumbled across a small fire on our way home last night (fire trucks were right behind us) but it was a strange, unsettling occurrence to see flames blazing by the street on such a dark night.

  26. Layla April 5, 2015 at 7:26 am - Reply

    Thank you Belsebuub for bringing this information to light, because it seemed that having four of these blood moons, along with the recent solar eclipse, felt ominous by their distinct lack of light and I wondered what their influence could be upon the earth, but what you explained about the microcosmic and macro-cosmic relationship, I can now better understand some of the things I’ve noted on a personal level and the strength of it – which felt to me to be out of the ‘ordinary’.

    It is more than a tragedy that the festivals of light have been removed from humanity while the forces of darkness have the celestial events that strengthen their grip over the world and the individuals within it. With so much of the world under the influence of the forces of darkness and within every aspect of society, it seems the removal of these light festivals was an important move by the forces of darkness to fulfill their global agendas.

    I’m very thankful for your illumination of these ominous signs, and I wish for strength for the Light in the world and for the light of each of our consciousness to push back the boundaries of darkness within us.

    Thank you so much for your immeasurable help!

    • David April 5, 2015 at 11:15 pm - Reply

      it seems the removal of these light festivals was an important move by the forces of darkness to fulfill their global agendas.

      I was struck this weekend by how Easter is celebrated nowadays by the majority of people – mainly with chocolate and entertainment it seems. Kind of like how Christmas has become about Santa Claus and presents. It’s really sad that spiritual times of the year have mostly lost their meaning throughout the world.

      • Julian Kingman April 6, 2015 at 6:24 pm - Reply

        David, I’ve noticed that even events that didn’t have a cosmic spiritual backing, but that represent something positive (ie thanksgiving in the US) have all been hijacked and replaced with materialistic purposes.

        Thanksgiving – black Friday, super bowl, overeating | should be giving thanks

        Halloween – horror & candy | should be reflecting on diminishing light

        Christmas – Santa Claus, presents, lust (pay careful attention to movies released around Christmas) | should be celebration of birth of Christ, giving, reflection on the last year, moving forward to the next

        New years – Party, drink | should be reflecting on a new year (should also be at Christmas)

        Easter – chocolate, overeating | should be

        • Julian Kingman April 8, 2015 at 5:14 pm - Reply

          Sorry, cut off mid-sentence! Easter should be celebrating the spring equinox, the resurrection of the Christ.

  27. David N April 5, 2015 at 7:21 am - Reply

    Hi Mark, Thanks again for all the wisdom you share. Often I hear that it’s good to set goals on new moons. Is this the case? Would it be wise to set spiritual goals at the beginning of a new moon? After reading that the new moon has a darker energy I wonder if maybe it’s not the best time to set new goals after all?

  28. Sabah April 5, 2015 at 3:53 am - Reply

    Like others have said, I really appreciate you shedding light on these cosmic occurrences and am thankful for everything you’re doing to help us comprehend these great mysteries.

    This part really struck me: “An eclipse of the moon represents an eclipse of the cosmic mother.”

    When I consider how dependent I am on my divine mother spiritually, I can see how serious and difficult an eclipse of the cosmic mother is for humanity as a whole, and how the forces of darkness would be strengthened by it.

    And the true Easter being removed from humanity would also be a triumph for the darkness. The knowledge and celebrations of the solstices and equinoxes seem to me to be a vital part of harnessing and increasing the effectiveness of the divine light in the world.

  29. Geraldine April 5, 2015 at 2:42 am - Reply

    Hi Belsebuub,

    Thank you so much for explaining how the play of lights affects us and the world in such powerful ways. It is really amazing and humbling to see how everything around us exists to remind us and shows us the battle between light and darkness. I remember how you mentioned that everything around us was created for our awakening – but I don’t think I really understood it until now.

    In a sense, without the experience, esoteric knowledge can take on a bit of mythical feel, feeling more like a legend, or an amazing story of creation being told – without really knowing if it is the truth or not, and therefore the importance and urgency of the spiritual work may not be taken as seriously. And it can become a belief or something to disbelieve.. Yet even from simply experiencing the astral, meeting Beings of Light and darkness, we can know how real this all is, how true it all is.

    I also feel that it is through regular experience that our will to grow our consciousness grows, intensifies and gives us that strength to go against the darkness.

    Thank you again for writing about this cosmic events.. Much appreciated!

  30. Jon April 5, 2015 at 12:34 am - Reply

    I and others I know have often wondered about the significance of the lunar eclipse, so thanks for writing this post. It makes so much sense.

    I guess it’s helpful to keep track of cosmic events such as this so we are more aware of the forces at play in the world? Here is a helpful site:

    • Jenny April 5, 2015 at 2:33 am - Reply

      I second that Jon — I was wondering the significance and this article definitely gives an interesting perspective — thank you for sharing your insights, Mark.

    • Craig April 5, 2015 at 7:35 am - Reply

      Belsebuub, I too would add my thanks to the descriptions of the Lunar Eclipse.
      I wonder if the black/white/red colouring you mention also translates into ‘ordinary life’? For instance, I have noticed that many public facing corporations near me (Sydney) have been changing their colours to reflect this triad. All movie theatres have red/black/white in their titles, etc, etc. eg. blues and greens are being replaced and ‘rebranded’ to red & black, or browns and oranges (such as coffee & hot chocolate cafes), with a little white added in…
      That a red moon is indicative of ‘desire’ seems to indicate a direct correlation.

      Jon, regarding times and dates:
      I have recently been reading a book “Uriel’s Machine”, which (in a *very* roundabout way) shows how to rebuild a stone circle (or wood henge) so that one can track the solstice and equinoxes (and far, far more apparently). At the heart, the authors have investigated the Book of Enoch for a description on how to build it.
      Here is a summary and a links to amazon, if interested:
      It would be awesome to have an accurate sun-clock in the back yard!

      • Julian Kingman April 6, 2015 at 6:28 pm - Reply

        Speaking as a designer, I’ve definitely seen an increase in the popularity of red as a primary design color, although I didn’t think too much of it.

    • Pavlin April 5, 2015 at 11:29 am - Reply

      Thank you, Mark, for your continuous and most valuable guidance into these celestial events that influence us to our very core. It made me think about the momentum and determination I need to have to carry me through these difficult times.

      Jon, the first thing I did after I read the article was to check when is the next moon eclipse. It seems helpful to keep track on them to be more prepared. Thanks for the link.

  31. Suavi April 4, 2015 at 11:12 pm - Reply

    Thank you Mark for explaining to us in detail the psychological significance of recent celestial events. I was not aware about the differences in influences of the moon at its different phases.

    I wanted to know a bit more about the next lunar eclipse, so here is what I found:
    The last of the four lunar eclipses will occur on the 28th of September and it will be preceded by a partial solar eclipse on the 13th of September.

    Unlike yesterday’s lunar eclipse which was brief and occurred when the Moon was about its furthest from the Earth, the lunar eclipse in September will happen when the Moon will be at the perigee (closest distance to the Earth) and the event will last over 70 minutes.

    There will be no total lunar eclipses in 2016 and 2017, however, there will be 2 total solar and 2 annular solar eclipses during this period.

    Being aware of these events can be useful, but as you have reminded us, there are also solstices and equinoxes each year as well and these four yearly events give us an opportunity to refocus and hopefully increase spiritual yearning.

    Interestingly, in addition to the partial solar eclipse and the total lunar eclipse in September, there will be an Equinox on the 23rd of September, right in between the eclipses.

    • sof April 5, 2015 at 3:36 am - Reply

      Thanks Suavi for detailing this. It gives a better appreciation of these events, and how often they you going to be occurring.

      Thanks Belsebuub for this article.

  32. Shane April 4, 2015 at 9:51 pm - Reply

    Thank you once again for exposing such influence. Much appreciated.

  33. David Nicholas April 4, 2015 at 9:00 pm - Reply

    Thank you Belsebuub for explaining the meaning in such a clear way. It seems a time to put in all efforts towards the spiritual. I like the idea of really utilizing the Equinox and Solstice for celebration and strengthening the light within and without. I guess every sunrise is a time to celebrate also. Thank you again for everything to you and Angela.

  34. Seraphim April 4, 2015 at 7:56 pm - Reply

    It is very sad, what it is happening in cosmic level that influences us also negatively. What other (bad?) news will follow?

    Thank you for the alert Mark.

  35. Nathan April 4, 2015 at 7:18 pm - Reply

    Thanks for helping to clarify some details about the moon Belsebuub. I’ve been aware of the moon being considered a negative symbol for some time, but it was always an area of confusion for me as I’ve noticed on full moons just how much clearer and easier to remember my dreams become, so I didn’t understand how that could be connected to it.

    Thank you for explaining these times of the year to us as it helps give us a chance to prepare for whatever inner battles we might face during them, and focus on pushing through the darkness in our steps towards the light.

  36. Michael April 4, 2015 at 7:11 pm - Reply

    Thank you very much Belsebuub for sharing this information with us. The dual aspect of the moon reminds me of the quote from the Apocryphon of John, which is of great relevance to all of us attempting the process of enlightenment:

    “And when the light had mixed with the darkness, it caused the darkness to shine. And when the darkness had mixed with the light, it darkened the light and it became neither light nor dark, but it became dim.”

    • Lucia April 5, 2015 at 11:45 am - Reply

      This is interesting Michael, thank you very much for bringing up this quote.
      So basically, as I understand it, if the light and darkness are mixed, then the darkness benefits twice: first, it becomes “shining” (in my understanding this means that the light that has mixed with it is giving it more attraction that can lure naive individuals), plus secondly, the Light is dimmed, therefore weaker as a result of this mixing.

      • David April 5, 2015 at 11:05 pm - Reply

        I wonder if the first part of the quote might be about extracting the light from the darkness?

        • Cheryl Dubois April 6, 2015 at 11:56 am - Reply

          Even a small light can be seen in a very dark place. Im sure the mixing reveals the true nature of each.

        • Michael April 7, 2015 at 1:19 pm - Reply

          Yes David, that’s my understanding of that passage too – when we are able to extract the light from the darkness, we increase our consciousness and gain knowledge of light and darkness. But when darkness thwarts the essence’s attempts to awaken, we get dragged into the murky state that is neither light nor dark and become like the unfortunate creatures who become devoured in the churning of the milky ocean.

  37. Mike April 4, 2015 at 6:11 pm - Reply

    Thanks for sharing these (scary and ominous) explanations of the lunar events.

    I didn’t get a chance to see the full eclipse, but in looking at the moon last night, with the red halo around it, there was a very dark energy to it, and it certainly felt like it emanated from the infra-dimensions.

    Hearing about the influence of the moon upon our psyche rings quite true with me. I have found for quite some time that I am quite susceptible to the phases of the moon in terms of strength and weakness, and recently the battle against the egos has seemed to get a lot more difficult, perhaps because of these lunar eclipses…

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