The latest come from husband and wife evangelist couple Anita and Ignacio Fuentes, from Rancho Cucamonga, in California, who have laughed off claims they received multiple death threats, but said the threatening letters they received were among a long list of prophetic events in the run up to the Blood Moon.
The Blood Moon prophecy began when two Christian preachers with huge followings in the US claimed the date of the last of four ‘blood moons’ over the past 18 months, due to occur at the end of September, would signal the end of the world as we know it before the “second coming of Jesus Christ” . . .
Among the list of unconnected world events are global nuclear tensions and financial crashes, Chinese hack attacks on the US, multiple animal deaths, the Jade Helm military operation in the USA, the emergence of the occult game Charlie Charlie and the CERN hadron collider being turned back on.
Other seemingly less significant recent events they list as more evidence include “several Walmart stores closing in the US over plumbing issues for six months,” two drones penetrating the grounds of the White House, a meteor shower, bankers and natural health practitioners dropping dead mysteriously, and two cows being born with the number seven on their faces. (Read more from “Blood Moon: ISIS, Nuclear Bombs and Walmart Plumbing Woe ‘Prove’ World WILL End in 28 Days” HERE)