'Four Blood Moons' Book by Pastor John Hagee Goes to the Big Screen!Texas megachurch pastor John Hagee’s best-selling book, Four Blood Moons, is getting the “big-screen, live-action” treatment. A docu-drama based on the prophecy book, which suggests that certain lunar eclipses are tied to world events, is expected to be in theaters in March. “Something is about to change,” reads the ominous subtitle of Hagee’s book, released in Oct. 8, 2013, a full year before a total lunar eclipse. Now, the popular prophecy title, purported to perfectly tie together Scripture, science, and history, is scheduled for a one-night theatrical event beginning March 23, three days after a total solar eclipse is expected to occur and days before a total lunar eclipse.  Why the focus on eclipses? According to Hagee, founder of the organization Christians United for Israel, God has been using eclipses to communicate His intent to carry out Earth-shattering events affecting human history. “The heavens are ‘God’s billboard.’ He’s been sending signals to Earth, and we haven’t been picking them up,” Hagee is quoted as saying in a press release on the new movie. “Two blood moons, in 2014 and 2015, point to dramatic events in the Middle East and, as a result, changes in the whole world.” Hagee, who believes Christians are obligated to support modern-day Israel, is counted among Evangelicals who believe that God gave Israel to the Jewish people. The Cornerstone Church pastor notes in Four Blood Moons that tetrads (four consecutive lunar eclipses) have previously fallen on Passover and Sukkot only three times in the last 500 years. Hagee believes that because these cosmological events fall on Jewish holy days, they were harbingers of significant historical events. As promoters of the “Four Blood Moons” movie explain, their project explores “a rare lunar phenomenon that over the centuries has accompanied both tragedy and triumph for the Jewish people.” More