SOTT Earth Changes Summary – July 2016: Extreme Weather, Planetary Upheaval, Meteor Fireballs

Enormous meteor fireball – possibly a comet fragment – disintegrates over the US Southwest, 27 July 2016

July 2016 was a crazy month in more ways than one. A global spike in terror attacks and people going postal was apparently mirrored by Mother Nature. Among the extreme weather events and trends in environmental upheaval last month, we observed:

  • A destructive tornado outbreak in South Africa (where it’s winter-time)
  • Hail the size of golf-balls falling in – of all places – Colombia and Brazil
  • Intense electrical storms everywhere, with lightning strikes continuing to pick people off in alarming numbers
  • Deluges of rain washing away cars and people everywhere from Mexico City to Berlin to Maryland
  • Devastating flooding across swathes of China, India and Nepal
  • Multiple destructive waterspouts coming ashore in Cuba
  • Animals, both wild and captive, attacking and killing people
  • An enormous meteor fragmenting from horizon to horizon over the US Southwest

These were just some of the signs in July 2016:

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