A total eclipse of the moon takes place Sunday night, and if it seems there's been a lot of those lately, you'd be correct. This will be the fourth eclipse since April 15, 2014 — completing a tetrad.
But this won't be a regular old eclipse, because it comes with a heaping side order of end-times pronouncements and religious types declaring that this marks the end of the world ... again.
Their thinking is that this eclipse coincides with a "supermoon" appearance, when the moon orbits closest to Earth, an occurrence that happens several times a year. The moon also turns a shade of copper during a total eclipse, which some brand a "blood moon." That is referred to as a sign of the apocalypse in the Bible. Throw in a bunch of other seemingly unrelated world events like the Utah floods and California drought, and you've got a whole lot of doomsday talk out there.