Such a cloud phenomenon isn’t something you see everyday.
A raibow cloud appeared in the cap of a giant cumulonimbus over the state of Campeche, Mexico on October 15, 2019, leaving baffled onlookers amazed.
A few days after a lagoon turned bright pink in Oaxaca, some strange rainbow clouds formed high above a cumulonimbus floating over the state of Campeche.
Tengo que compartir esto es primera vez te lo veo y esta muy CHINGONNNN pic.twitter.com/nEOVT02GMY— Edmundo Hernandez (@elinfimo) October 14, 2019
And yes this sky phenomenon is just crazy. So much color, so high in the sky… That’s kind of incredible, no? Almost chemical?
Cloud iridescence is relatively rare. The cloud must be thin and have lots of tiny water droplets or ice crystals of about the same size. Small ice crystals or water droplets cause light to be diffracted – spread out – creating this rainbow-like effect in the clouds.
A Sign of Big Earthquake?
Many signs are reported before earthquakes. Rainbow clouds are often reported before quakes. This one was captured 20 minutes before the Sichuan earthquake:
Such clouds are claimed to be signs of imminent earthquakes and have been described since antiquity. Some of these extraordinary clouds may even occur a week before the earthquake.
Well, what if these rainbow colors in the this cloud were just the result of geoengineering and chemtrailing? [Twitter]