Crucifixion Jewish Eclipses


4 lunar eclipses occurred on the Jewish Passover and Feast of Tabernacle holidays in 32 & 33 AD. The 33 AD partial lunar eclipses were NOT blood moons. The Jewish partial lunar eclipses did NOT comprise a NASA Tetrad.


NASA’s website does not record a total solar eclipse at the time of the crucifixion darkness event mentioned in the Bible.


Passover: April 14, 32 AD – Red Blood Moon lunar eclipse

Tabernacles: October 07, 32 AD – Red Blood Moon lunar eclipse

Passover: April 03, 33 AD – Red Blood Moon lunar eclipse

Tabernacles: September 27, 33 AD – Red Blood Moon lunar eclipse