Fish Rain Down on Sri Lanka Village

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posted on May, 6 2014 @ 01:19 PM
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Villagers in the district of Chilaw , Sri Lanka got a surprise on Monday when a rainstorm brought an unexpected bonus ...Fish.
It's believed the fish were scooped up out of a river by a strong wind , regardless of how they got there they were promptly gathered up and eaten by the grateful villagers .


Villagers say that the "fish rain shower" took place on Monday with the creatures falling on the village green, roads and roofs. Some of the fish - each three to five inches (5cm-8cm) in length - were still alive and were put in a buckets of water by villagers who ate them later.
www.bbc.co.uk...


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posted on May, 6 2014 @ 01:32 PM
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Love it when that happens to people who appreciate it. It must has felt quite trippy for the fishies though.




posted on May, 6 2014 @ 01:48 PM
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David Wilcock's book The Source Field Investigations has an interesting take on this phenomenon. He posits (and provides studies/proof) that incidents such as these--fish from the sky is a not uncommon one--are temporal displacements where the fish slipped into time-space through a vortex then reentered the material realm from a point in midair.

Read about other similar incidents here.



posted on May, 6 2014 @ 02:19 PM
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He posits (and provides studies/proof) that incidents such as these--fish from the sky is a not uncommon one--are temporal displacements where the fish slipped into time-space through a vortex then reentered the material realm from a point in midair. - See more at: www.abovetopsecret.com...


Really David Wilcock said this...Well heck then I'm a believer.

Here this would be a more realistic way of this happening...


The fish can't fly though — they get sucked up from lakes or the ocean by waterspouts during a storm. The strong winds in these storms can sometimes carry displaced fish, frogs or even snakes for miles inland before dropping them on unsuspecting towns.

A waterspout works just like a tornado but forms over water.


www.livescience.com...
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posted on May, 6 2014 @ 02:25 PM
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1696 AD: STAR BUTTER / STAR ROT

A great quantity of “Star Butter” or less politely “Star Seed” fell across many areas of Southern Ireland during the winter and spring of 1696. The material was never formally identified and according to the Bishop of Cloyne, it exuded a mighty stench causing him to refer to it as “stinking dew”. He also stated that some of the common dark yellow globules were as large as the end of a person’s finger. He noted that cattle continued to feed on the affected fields and does not record whether they suffered any adverse side effects. Mr. Robert Vans of Kilkenny records that many people would collect the substance in all manner of containers including pots and pans as a widespread belief had sprung up that the “star butter” had powerful medicinal properties. (Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London – May 1696)

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posted on May, 6 2014 @ 02:33 PM
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This kind of thing is not unheard of though the expanations seem even odder and include selective water spout's sucking up schools of fish and dumping them inland, they have been reported the world over from england to australia and america to china indeed charles fort wrote his series of magazines called the fortean times based on unexpainable event's like these.
One odd story from old england several hundred years ago told how a congregation in the church were alerted to a strange sight, a sailor was on a rope trying to free an anchor from a tomb stone in the graveyard when the people grabbed him, he apparenly succumbed and drowned as though he was under water and the ship which was a sailing vessel in the sky cut the anchor and sailed off some time later.
Those old magazines and the modern site have many such story's and as well as raining fish there have been rains of frog's and other odd downpours, one luck person even had a rain of coins but so far the saying cat's and dog's thankfully appears to be just that.
www.forteantimes.com...
S+F.



posted on May, 6 2014 @ 04:45 PM
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And it wasn't even Friday?


Good thing though that fish still rain on people, now let pennies fall from heaven in the US, perhaps it will take care of our economy.



posted on May, 6 2014 @ 04:46 PM
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originally posted by: BobAthome
1696 AD: STAR BUTTER / STAR ROT

A great quantity of “Star Butter” or less politely “Star Seed” fell across many areas of Southern Ireland during the winter and spring of 1696. The material was never formally identified and according to the Bishop of Cloyne, it exuded a mighty stench causing him to refer to it as “stinking dew”. He also stated that some of the common dark yellow globules were as large as the end of a person’s finger. He noted that cattle continued to feed on the affected fields and does not record whether they suffered any adverse side effects. Mr. Robert Vans of Kilkenny records that many people would collect the substance in all manner of containers including pots and pans as a widespread belief had sprung up that the “star butter” had powerful medicinal properties. (Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London – May 1696)

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Maybe God sneezed?

2nd line.



posted on May, 6 2014 @ 07:06 PM
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LOVING THAT AVTAR!



posted on May, 6 2014 @ 07:41 PM
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originally posted by: JonButtonIII
David Wilcock's book The Source Field Investigations has an interesting take on this phenomenon. He posits (and provides studies/proof) that incidents such as these--fish from the sky is a not uncommon one--are temporal displacements where the fish slipped into time-space through a vortex then reentered the material realm from a point in midair.

Read about other similar incidents here.


I've read stories of frogs falling out of the sky in great numbers as well. I would rather lean in the direction of a transporting vortex as a good explanation. But what creates the vortex? Is it like lightning, which requires a clash of hot and cold? Like water and air creates a tunnel that moves the fish out of the densly higher gravity and pressures of the ocean and into the breezy air? Who knows.



posted on May, 6 2014 @ 09:03 PM
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Fish??

I thought it was supposed to be locust?


Certainly not the first times things like this have occurred.. Still weird though...





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