Charismaticism is a religion steeped in superstition, witchcraft, necromancy, mysticism, and the occult. It was perfectly predictable that Charismatics would try to find some spiritual significance in the moon’s upcoming color, just as they have in the past with the ‘blood moon’ phenomenon.
As always, the spiritual significance of moon phenomenon (if that’s what you call a predictable astrological event) amounts to nothing. We explained the full significance of the moon’s color here, in fact.
But now the moon is set to be “blue” shortly before the elections and charismatics are again wondering what is the spiritual significance.
Charisma Mag is positing that the “blue moon” is a sign of impending Democratic victory.
Without a doubt, the 2020 election promises to be a time of great “social tension” in America, and that will be true no matter who emerges victorious.
Of course, since blue is the color of the Democratic Party, many Democrats are probably hoping that a “blue moon” is a positive sign for them.
Charisma Mag acts like this type of hypothesizing is normal Christian behavior.
It is not. This behavior is called “omen interpretation” and it’s forbidden for Christians to engage in it.
You are wearied in the multitude of your counsels; Let now the astrologers, the stargazers, And the monthly prognosticators Stand up and save you From what shall come upon you (Isaiah 47:13)…
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