Event 1 – Rev. Ch. 8 V 7
The year at the time of writing this is 2006. Imagine for a moment that each year for the next ten years more and more Methane is released in to the atmosphere.
Every year, more heat is trapped by the Methane resulting in more Methane being released and so on. This brings more violent storms.
During thunder storms water droplets start to freeze in the head of the thundercloud to form hail. When Methane is present, water freezes at a slightly higher temperature than usual.
The ice forms a lattice type structure, drawing the Methane in like a sponge and locking it in.
A flash of lightning inside the head of the thundercloud ignites the “hailstones” and they fall to earth. The first wave of burning hail falls “clean” but ignites vegetation a lot of which will be in clay soils. This results in tiny red particles carried by the heat being pushed up into the atmosphere. These particles are then absorbed by water droplets and the process begins again,
but this time the burning hailstones appear to contain blood.
Revelation Chapter 8 Verse 7 says:
The first angel sounded his trumpet, and there came hail and fire mixed with blood, and it was hurled down upon the earth. A third of the earth was burned up, a third of the trees were burned up, and all the green grass was burned up. (NIV)
Apart from the devastation this will cause, think of the amount of Carbon Dioxide that will be given off strengthening acid rain and causing further increases in temperatures.
Isaiah Chapter 30 Verse 22 fulfilled.
Then you will defile your idols overlaid with silver and your images covered with gold; you will throw them away like a menstrual cloth and say to them, “Away with you.” (NIV)
People idolize their consumerism and particularly their cars. When the burning hailstones start to fall, people will turn away from consumerism.
This in turn will cause a global economic collapse, and it is certain that the armed forces will be used to help refugees and maintain order, a task for which in 2007 they are already being trained.
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