Examiner ·

A blood moon is expected on April 14-15 -- the first of four over the next 18 months. On April 4, CBS San Francisco reported that the rare lunar eclipse will make the moon appear a reddish-orange hue (similar to blood) and that this will happen three more times before the end of 2015. You will be able to see the red-colored moon if you look outside at night. The blood moon has many believing that the end of the world is near -- or that the second coming of Christ is upon us.