The sky is on fire!
And it looks like we have a potential rock-dropper in SA! And maybe in Peru too!
A bright meteor fireball exploded in the sky of South Australia, between Balgowan, SA and Moonta, SA around 3 A.M.
Night turned into day at exactly 2:54 A.M on April 17, 2020, local time.
As reported by numerous witnesses, the roaring space rock sounded like a jet plane flying really low! A few second after it went sonic before disappearing in a huge bang!
The video maker recalls: “I thought something landed on my roof! The whole house shook and the cameras on the shed also shook! When I went outside! I could hear a roar! I thought it was a jet.“
Another witness explains: “I saw that too. I was West bound on the Sturt hwy near Vic border. The fireball was huge and as it got closer you could literally see the flames.
“It was a bright white ball of fire and as it got closer to the ground you could see orange and red pieces breaking away during a good 3-5 secs.“
Meanwhile another bright fireball disintegrated in the sky over Peru. Here’s the video:
The sky is on fire! And you may expect always more bright fireballs as we get closer to the peak of the Lyrid meteor showers on April 22, 2020.
With the recent uptick in unusual earthquakes, volcanic eruptions, plagues, the Corona plandemic and the new comet discoveries, it’s pretty easy and straightforward to link these space object disintegrations to doom and natural disasters. Be prepared! More disaster news on Strange Sounds and Steve Quayle. [Facebook]