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MARBLE sized HAIL in Mid Summer?
What happens when a warm balmy summer day turns upside down? Could this be chemical ice nucleation?
About a week ago, the morning stroll around the food garden was a thankful one. The 60+ tomato plants were looking lush, plenty of healthy green leaves and some fruit starting to swell; zuchinni plants were large and tropical-looking with interesting fruit peeking out; cabbage seedlings settling into their new bed, covered to exclude the dreaded white cabbage butterfly; pumpkin vines beginning to snake their way across the lawn and up fences while pea vines were in their dying flush as the temperature was just too hot for them to survive.
Later, two of last year's capsicum plants were finally planted into their new outdoor bed, when the sky suddenly darkened and thunder began to roll behind the hill.
We dashed into the nearby caravan as huge drops of rain began to fall, and peered out the window to see what would happen next...You see, two fronts of weather were colliding, close to where we live. The result: thunder and lightning, sudden strong gusts of wind and whipping rain.
But what happened next was unexpected: Ice cubes began pelting down from the sky! As if an angry person was throwing bucketloads of ice cubes and marbles at the caravan!
Of course, all weather sounds are magnified when you are listening from inside a tin can caravan, but this was no ordinary hail storm. The hail stones were hitting the ground and bouncing up a metre into the air - astonishing! At any second we expected the skylights to crack with the force of the hail. Some minutes later the hail stopped, the wind died down, and a surreal quiet reigned in the storm's wake. A BIG garden clean up lay ahead of us as we inspected punctured leaves, smashed and shredded growing tips and hail damaged fruit of all kinds.
The day was 25 degrees C (77 degrees F), and yet 20 minutes later, the hail was STILL lying on the ground, looking like glassy clumps of marbles. An hour later, while we were still cleaning up smashed and shredded plants, marbles were STILL lying on the ground.
a. the hail came from an extremely cold place (possible) or,
b. the hail was not just frozen water (also possible).
Looking at this link about chemical ice nucleation I realised (again) how geoengineering is occurring around the world (and we aren't being told about it), and that our mid summer hail storm was but a baby. I encourage you to check out the link for yourself.
As we look out into the world we can't help to see so many dramatic changes - weather events, seven M6.0+ earthquakes in the second week in January 2021, the stated ushering in of the new world order - or the Great Reset if you prefer, rumours of the crash of cash, the COVID-19 plandemic pandemic restricting our freedom, barely tested experimental vaccines rolling into every country in the world.
Let us remember what our Lord Jesus Christ, God's only begotten Son, advised for this time in the world, so we could understand and be reassured His Second Coming is still nearer each day:
“Take heed that no one deceives you. For many will come in My name, saying, ‘I am the Christ,’ and will deceive many. And you will hear of wars and rumors of wars. See that you are not troubled; for all these things must come to pass, but the end is not yet. For nation will rise against nation, and kingdom against kingdom. And there will be famines, pestilences, and earthquakes in various places. All these are the beginning of sorrows." Matthew 24:4-8
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I realised (again):
a. How suddenly and quickly destruction can happen.
b. It is a good thing to immediately take perplexing circumstances to God.
c. Being thankful is so very stabilizing.
Posted: Sat 16 Jan 2021