Hosts on NBC’s “Today” show have added a new element to the story about the “blood moons” taking place on Jewish holy days this year and next.  The end of the world. Reporting on the first of the coming full lunar eclipses, which will occur early Tuesday morning for most of the United States, one host said: “So it’s a little eerie. There’s a lot of speculation around it. It happens after 3 a.m. Eastern Time this morning. It will be cloudy on the East Coast, so maybe the world doesn’t end for us.” Another host added: “That’s the only thing I obtained from that piece, that the world may end tonight.” The conversation, with hosts talking over each other, continued: “How are you going to adjust your behavior accordingly?” “Liquid lunch? I don’t know.” “Seize the day, guys.” “You do that anyway.” But Pastor Mark Biltz, author of “Blood Moons: Decoding the Imminent Heavenly Signs,” who appeared in the “Today” segment, told WND he’s not suggesting the world will end based on the eclipses. Could the eclipses be a sign of the coming of significant world events? He does believe that. Should people be paying attention? Absolutely. In the NBC report Biltz said: “I think the fact that we’re having this total lunar eclipse on the Feast of Passover has great spiritual significance. You go to 32 and 33 A.D. when Jeshua, Jesus, died, there are solar lunar eclipses all over the biblical holidays at that time as well.” More