Hail, Fire and Blood
An unlikely mix?
"And the ‘SEVEN ANGELS’ which had the ‘SEVEN TRUMPETS’ prepared themselves to sound. The ‘First Angel’ sounded, and there followed HAIL and FIRE mingled with BLOOD, and they were cast upon the Earth: and the third part of trees was burnt up, and all green grass was burnt up."
And, especially from the sky, where does the “blood” come from?
And how can hail, which is ice, fall along with fire, without melting?
To understand this phenomenon, let’s first look at each component of the mix.
Hail is a form of solid precipitation. It consists of balls or irregular lumps of ice, each of which is called a hailstone. Unlike graupel, which is made of rime, and ice pellets, which are smaller and translucent, hailstones consist mostly of water ice and measure between 5 millimetres (0.2 in) and 15 centimetres (6 in) in diameter.
Hail forms in strong thunderstorm clouds, particularly those with intense updrafts, high liquid water content, great vertical extent, large water droplets, and where a good portion of the cloud layer is below freezing 0 °C (32 °F).
These types of strong updrafts can also indicate the presence of a tornado. The growth rate is maximized where air is near a temperature of −13 °C (9 °F).
Fire can be associated with either man made or natural sources.
Incendiary bombs, chemical explosions, thunder and lightening, meteors, etc.
Blood rain or red rain is a phenomenon in which blood is perceived to fall from the sky in the form of rain.
In the 19th century blood rains were scientifically examined and theories that dust gave the water its red colour gained ground. Today, the dominant theories are that the rain is caused by red dust suspended in the water (rain dust), or due to the presence of micro-organisms.
In the 19th century, there was a trend towards examining events such as rains of blood more scientifically; Ehrenberg conducted experiments at the Berlin Academy, attempting to recreate "blood rain" using dust mixed with water.
He concluded that blood rain was caused by water mixing with a reddish dust mostly composed of animal and vegetable matter. He was unclear on the origin of the dust, stating that it lacked the characteristics of African dust which might have indicated it came from the Sahara Desert.
Instead, he suggested that the dust came from dried swamps where it was picked up by violent winds and would later fall as rain.
Other reasons for blood rain aside from dust are sometimes given. Schove and Peng-Yoke have suggested that the phenomenon may be connected to sunspots and aurorae. When red rain fell in Kerala, dust was the suspected cause.
Alternative theories included dust from a meteorite and extraterrestrial cells in the water. These were later dismissed. The particles causing the red colour in Kerala were "morphologically similar" to algae and fungal spores.
October 22nd, 2012, 18:01 GMT
People in the UK should expect a phenomenon known as “blood rain,” this Halloween.
As red dust is kicked up in storms from the Saharan dessert, and it reaches the wet fronts in the UK, it should hit the south east of England in the form of reddish rain.
As the dust will be carried on a band of warm air, it is expected to leave red residue behind, including red stains on cars and clothing.
The red stains will be more visible as the rain dries off, the
Blood rain or red rain has spurred many legends in the past. According to
Wikipedia, it was first mentioned by Homer in his Iliad, in 8th century BC.
The occurrence of blood rain, which until the end of the middle ages was believed to be actual blood falling from the sky, was considered a bad omen
dyes clothes, causes leaves to fall. Came with thunder. From volcanic ash?
From a meteor break up before hand, so it is comet dust, or microscopic particles of alien life?
CNN report (some speculation here):
From sand in desert?
History – earthquake and comet shower associated with Black Death in 540 AD and 1348 AD earthquake. So the Black Death was associated with more than just rodents and fleas.
(1) 1348 AD earthquake
Poisons trapped in earth released from earthquake corrupted atmosphere. Both fire and hail occurred together in this event.
Earth was, indeed, subjected to bombardment from space during the 14th century and that this may very well have been not only the cause of the 25 January 1348 earthquake, but also the cause of the Black Death. Baillie quotes a great selection of material from contemporary accounts including the work of Ziegler cited above:
Droughts, floods, earthquakes, locusts, subterranean thunder, unheard of tempests, lightning, sheets of fire, hail stones of marvelous size, fire from heaven, stinking smoke, corrupted atmosphere, a vast rain of fire, masses of smoke. (Ziegler)
Ziegler discounts entirely reports of a black comet seen before the arrival of the epidemic but records: heavy mists and clouds, falling stars, blasts of hot wind, a column of fire, a ball of fire, a violent earth tremor, in Italy a crescendo of calamity involving earthquakes, following which, the plague arrived. (Baillie)
It even rained toad and snakes:
It says in the same letter that in this year  fire falling from heaven consumed the land of the Turks for 16 days; that for a few days it rained toads and snakes, by which many men were killed: that a pestilence has gathered strength in many parts of the world. (Horrox)
Worms and snakes:
… massive rains of worms and serpents in parts of China, which devoured large numbers of people. Also in those parts fire rained from Heaven in the form of snow (ash), which burnt mountains, the land, and men.
And from this fire arose a pestilential smoke that killed all who smelt it within twelve hours, as well as those who only saw the poison of that pestilential smoke. (Cohn)
Cause of death:
As Baillie notes, if this oft-cited earthquake was, in reality, the result of cometary impacts then the corrupted air could be from one or two causes: high-energy chemical transformations in the atmosphere or outgassings from the earth itself.
(If dark matter were to ionize Nitrogen as well as water vapor in the atmosphere, you can get ammonia, which was detected in ice cores from periods of known cometary impacts – see the Haber Process). This would also be poisonous to humans in large concentrations.
The German Historian, Hecker, informs us about a hurricane during the earthquake on Cyprus:
On the island of Cyprus, the plague from the East had already broken out; when an earthquake shook the foundations of the island, and was accompanied by so frightful a hurricane, that the inhabitants… fled in dismay…
The sea overflowed…
Before the earthquake, a pestiferous wind spread so poisonous an odor that many, being overpowered by it, fell down suddenly and expired in dreadful agonies. …
and as at that time natural occurrences were transformed into miracles, it was reported that a fiery meteor, which descended on the earth far in the East, had destroyed everything within a circumference of more than a hundred leagues, infecting the air far and wide. (Cohn)
Comet of 540 AD and “Climate Change”
Analysis of tree rings shows that at in 540 AD in different parts of the world the climate changed.
Temperatures dropped enough to hinder the growth of trees as widely dispersed as northern Europe, Siberia, western North America, and southern South America.
A search of historical records and mythical stories pointed to a disastrous visitation from the sky during the same period, it is claimed.
There was one reference to a “comet in Gaul so vast that the whole sky seemed on fire” in 540-41.
Famine followed the crop failures, and hard on its heels bubonic plague that swept across Europe in the mid-6th century. […]
At this time, the Roman emperor Justinian was attempting to regenerate the decaying Roman empire.
But the plan failed in 540 and was followed by the Dark Ages and the rise of Islam.
Earthquakes and hurricanes can occur together.
Earthquakes and comets can occur at the same time.
Fire and Hail can occur together, as in the 1348 earthquake.
Cometary impacts can cause earthquakes.
Earthquakes can also trigger hurricanes.
Earthquakes can release poisons into the air.
So can comets!
Hurricanes can carry poisons.
Hurricanes can carry comet dust, life forms, and other debris.
Comet dust contains iron oxide, which is red in color, and is toxic to breathe in.
Poisons can cause pestilence and death.
The bible is true. It has always been true.
It even predicted “natural events” that were not so natural 2000 years ago.
Yeshua / Jesus will return, when the sun turns dark and the moon turns red, and the stars fall from the sky.
It is almost time!