Blood Rain Falls On India

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Video: Red rain in India was a phenomenon observed sporadically from 25 July to 23 September 2001 in the southern state of Kerala. Heavy downpours occurred in which the rain was primarily red, staining clothes and appearing like blood.

It is this phenomenon that provides the “blood” in the hailstones mixed with fire and blood as told in the book of Revelation and explained in The Global Meltdown Domino Effect which you can download free from this website.
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Redskynews investigated this phenomenon and found that the red raindust was the result of incomplete incineration of chemical waste at the Eloor industrial zone, the particles being formed from microparticles of fly-ash or clay which coalesced around an aerosol of partly burnt organics as the incinerator plume cooled.
The chemical composition of the raindust matches that of burnt organics plus clay; the fallout pattern matches with the prevailing winds; and various organic chemicals will form cellular structures which replicate in the prescence of clay.

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