John Hagee's Ministry Responds to ‘Four Blood Moons’ AllegationsMegachurch pastor John Hagee is not the “discoverer” of the pattern of blood moons, according to news reports from WND. The Christian publication points to pastor Mark Blitz as the one who received the revelation and has sent a demand letter to Hagee. The letter asks for a public apology and re-edits for the film Four Blood Moons. “We asked for two reasonable actions in a legal demand letter: a re-editing of the “Four Blood Moons” movie to remove the offending quotation from Hagee in which he suggested he had discovered the phenomenon; a clear unequivocal public statement that Biltz had, indeed, discovered the blood moons anomaly,” said Joseph Farah, the publisher of Biltz’s book and the producer of the movie version, wrote in a Sunday column. “But, so far, Hagee’s representatives have declined even to discuss those demands. Instead, they have acted like the offended party, claiming WND and Biltz have mischaracterized the facts.” As proof of its case, WND offers excerpts from Blitz’s 2014 book, Blood Moons: Decoding the Imminent Heavenly Signs, of how he started researching the blood moons phenomenon in 2008: FULL REPORT