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Thunder NO:2

And cried with a loud voice, as when a lion roareth: and when he had cried, seven thunders uttered their voices.

Roareth means to bello!

So we have an Angel who is shouting as loud as he can and when he finishes there are 7 thunders

And when the seven thunders had uttered their voices, I was about to write: and I heard a voice from heaven saying unto me, Seal up those things which the seven thunders uttered, and write them not.

So what are these 7 thunders!

Meteor’s  This second one confirms they are meteor’s.  They are saying something when they explode but what are they saying lord that you had John to seal up the words they say when they are in earth atmosphere and go bang!  What are they saying Lord?

 

 

VIDEO: Meteor explodes over Ireland with the force of an ‘atomic bomb’

MOMENT massive space rock smashes into Earth’s atmosphere is caught on camera.

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The car-sized meteor exploded over Ireland on Sunday night with such force it lit up the country for a few seconds.Meteors usually burn up much higher in the atmosphere, but experts say this latest event happened at a much lower altitude and so caused a far greater explosion.It’s thought the meteor broke off a massive asteroid and headed towards earth at over 100,000mph.And fragments of the rock which have fallen back to Earth are said to be worth ten times the price of gold.David Moore from Astronomy Ireland said: “This event was so bright that a piece or pieces may have survived the re-entry and landed as extremely rare and valuable meteorites.”

Thunder NO:2COLLISION: Massive rock explodes over Ireland with ‘atomic bomb’ force [GETTY ]

“If you were in space looking down, you would have seen Ireland lit up for a few seconds”

 

According to locals the light was so intense the Irish Coast Guard alerted experts at Astronomy Ireland.

Now astronomers want any witnesses to come forward with films or pictures of the event.

Mr Moore told the Irish Times it would have exploded with the power of a WWII atomic bomb.

If you were in space looking down, you would have seen Ireland lit up for a few seconds”

He said: “If you were in space looking down, you would have seen Ireland lit up for a few seconds. People in urban areas with their lights on watching their TVs with windows facing the right direction have reported seeing it.

“We are desperately seeking people to fill out the report form on Astronomy.ie. The sad fact is less than one in a hundred people in every single event like this ever fills in the form.

“There has to be dozens, if not hundreds, of records of this fireball seen on Irish cameras on Sunday night, and to date we’ve only ever received one video report.”

Referring to the value of any pieces, which fell to Earth, he joked: “If a meteorite doesn’t kill you and it lands in front of you, you’re very lucky.”

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