On Sunday night, we saw something take place that only happens four or five times a century. A lunar eclipse occurred while the moon is making its closest approach to our planet. When it happened, the moon temporarily appeared to be red as sunrises and sunsets all over the world are reflected off the surface of the moon. This blood red “supermoon” has created apocalyptic fears all over the globe, and many people have stocked up on enormous amounts of food and supplies in anticipation of this event.
This particular blood moon is the fourth in a series of blood moons that have fallen on Biblical festival days in 2014 and 2015, and this one will be clearly visible from the city of Jerusalem. What we do know is that there has not been a “super blood moon” since 1982, and there will not be another one until 2033. The following is what The Telegraph expected we would see on Sunday night: FULL REPORT