Jesus crucifixion blood moon

This Lunar eclipse is often refused to as Jesus’ crucifixion blood moon. The blood moon of 3 April 33 AD was first proposed by J.R. Hide in 1872 but was refuted because of inaccurate charts of the time showed the eclipse was not visible from Jerusalem. However, revised charts now prove the end of the eclipse was visible.

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