Let’s have some fun on this 2022 Mid-term Election Day with this series of coincidences:
On Election Day, the Gateway Pundit reported that we experienced a Blood Moon, which is a rare occurrence in which the Sun appears as a reddish brown color during a lunar eclipse. The Blood Moon started at 3:02 a.m. on the east coast.
According to Newsweek, in ancient Mesopotamia, the Blood Moon was interpreted as an omen for the king: A lunar eclipse was regarded as an attack on the king in ancient Mesopotamia. Because of their reasonable accuracy, they would create a proxy king to watch over the king during the eclipse.
An expendable individual posing as the monarch would pretend to be the king while the real one would be in hiding. The old king would then be reinstated once the proxy king has disappeared.
The second long shot coincidence is that on June 14, 1946, Donald Trump was born. That's right, this was the day that also experienced a Blood Moon.
The next Blood Moon is expected to occur sometime in 2025. It's likely to coincide with Pi Day, which would be the second full month following Trump's inauguration.
What are the odds!!
A total lunar eclipse – sometimes called a #BloodMoon – is set to peak Tuesday, Nov. 8 at 5:17am ET (1017 UTC). It's the last one until 2025.
— NASA (@NASA) November 7, 2022
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