End Times Events Unfolding: Apocalyptic Sandstorm and Biblical Locust Plague Turn Day Into Night in Egypt and Iran – Gigantic hail Slams Mexico


That’s biblical!

On the same day, a gigantic swarm of locusts invaded southern Iran and a massive sandstorm engulfed Aswan, Egypt, blocking the sun and turning day into night. A few days before giant hail slammed General Terán, Nuevo León State, Mexico

On the same day, two events of biblical proportions engulfed Iran (locust plague) and Egypt (sandstorm on May 16, 2020.
On the same day, two events of biblical proportions engulfed Iran (locust plague) and Egypt (sandstorm on May 16, 2020.

Apocalyptic and biblical events are becoming the new normal. Strong earthquakes, devastating volcanic eruptions, gigantic hail, massive sandstorms and apocalyptic locust plagues. But what’s going on?

Biblical locust plague in southern Iran

A locust storm is currently engulfing southern Iran. There are so many swarming insects that they are blocking the sun and changing blue sky into a ‘dirt’ sky:

Officials have called military to help fight the locust plague, that is threatening crops and livelyhoods of millions of people.

Eight provinces ranging from southwest to southeast and eastern Iran are reporting locus storms.

Exodus 10:12: And the LORD said unto Moses, Stretch out thine hand over the land of Egypt for the locusts, that they may come up upon the land of Egypt, and eat every herb of the land, [even] all that the hail hath left.

Apocalyptic hail slams General Terán, Mexico

The major hailstorm occurred on May 13, 2020 in the municipality of General Teran, Nuevo Leon, north-eastern Mexico:

The large hail destroyed fruit trees and crops, damaged homes and cars and disrupted power supply.

Isaiah 28:17 Judgment also will I lay to the line, and righteousness to the plummet: and the hail shall sweep away the refuge of lies, and the waters shall overflow the hiding place.

Massive dust storm changes day into night in Egypt

The huge wall of sand engulfed the city of Aswan in souther Egypt on May 16, 2020.

The sandstorm of biblical proportions changed day into night.

Deuteronomy 28:24-26:

24: He will send dust and sandstorms instead of rain, and you will be wiped out.

25: The Lord will let you be defeated by your enemies, and you will scatter in all directions. You will be a horrible sight for the other nations to see,

26: and no one will disturb the birds and wild animals while they eat your dead bodies.

Are we entering the End Times? Is the world as we know it going to end soon? Are we damned? Be prepared… the Judgement is coming! More biblical news on on Strange Sounds and Steve Quayle.

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  1. Quds Day amid pandemic: Iranians told to drive cars and scream “Death to America” and “Death to Israel” out windows
    Quds Day in Iran is a gesture of solidarity with the Palestinian cause against Israel — that is, its drive to annihilate the Jewish state — and an attempt to make it appear as if it is a justifiable resistance against “oppression.” At the core of the Palestinian resistance is another chant: “From the River [Jordan] to the Sea [Mediterranean], Palestine will be free”; ie. when Israel is obliterated.

    Some senior Islamic clerics have tried to minimize the seriousness of the chants “Death to America” and “Death to Israel” by saying that not all Americans should take the cursing personally because it does not mean death to all the American people – just the government. The chants, meanwhile, are drilled into the minds of regime loyalists. The Iranian regime also routinely refers to America as “the great Satan,” and to Israel as “the little Satan,” as it claims that both countries are “oppressors”; what they actually constitute are obstacles to Shia Iran’s quest for regional and global dominance.

    “Iran Road Rage: Protesters Told to Drive in Convoys and Shout ‘Death to Israel! Death to America!’”, by Simon Kent, Breitbart, May 17, 2020:

    Rallies next week across Iran to mark the annual Quds Day mass protest against Israel and its allies will involve protesters driving in packed motor vehicles while shouting “Death to Israel! Death to America!” through the windows at startled pedestrians rather than taking to the streets on foot.

    The change is a result of the need for isolation during the Chinese coronavirus epidemic and protesters will still be required to wear masks while driving. The same applies to those traveling in buses chartered for the same purpose.

    Iranian President Hassan Rouhani said on state television Saturday the elite Islamic Revolution Guard Corps (IRGC) would be in charge of organising the car and bus rallies, adding those joining in could still chant the slogans from their vehicles and wave flags as long as they strictly obeyed road rules and regulations at all times.

    Reuters reports Rouhani said Quds Day, held each year on the last Friday of the Muslim fasting month of Ramadan which falls on May 22, would go ahead as normal in 218 other towns and cities, with certain conditions applied.

    “The coronavirus danger is still there, but our situation is better than before,” he said. “”We have crossed the main peak.”

    Crying “Death to America” or “Death to Israel” is a popular pastime in Iran, sometimes used as a greeting between friends and at other times as an opener or closer to large public gatherings.

    Family events are also common venues for the chants where it is used to enliven proceedings, although senior Islamic clerics have in the past made clear not all Americans should take the cursing personally because it does not mean death to all the American people – just some, as Breitbart News reported.

    In April last year, Iranian lawmakers opened a new session of the country’s Parliament with chants of “Death to America.”….


  2. Super-cyclone Amphan hits coast of India and Bangladesh
    The Bay of Bengal’s fiercest storm this century, super-cyclone Amphan, slammed into the coast of eastern India and Bangladesh on Wednesday afternoon, bringing heavy gales and the threat of deadly storm surges and flooding.

    The super-cyclone made landfall at 4pm local time with winds of about 120mph (190km/h), causing storm surges of up to 5 metres (17ft), before moving northwards towards Kolkata, one of India’s biggest cities. The first five deaths from the cyclone – three in the Indian state of West Bengal and two in neighbouring Bangladesh, were reported on Wednesday afternoon.

    More than 2 million people were evacuated from their homes in Bangladesh, and a further half a million people in West Bengal and Odisha were moved from vulnerable low-lying areas to shelters. The Indian navy was put on high alert to be ready to offer humanitarian assistance to those caught up in Cyclone Amphan, which is only the second “super-cyclone” to form in the Bay of Bengal since records began.

    The director general of the National Disaster Response Force (NDRF), SN Pradhan, said the situation was “fast-transforming” as the cyclone moved across West Bengal and Odisha.

    “It is another form of new normal, we have to handle disasters considering the pandemic too. In view of the prevailing Covid-19 scenario, all teams are equipped with PPE [personal protective equipment],” said Pradhan.

    Surging waters broke through embankments surrounding an island in Bangladesh’s Noakhali district, destroying more than 500 homes, local official Rezaul Karim said. Embankments were also breached in West Bengal’s Sundarban delta, where weather authorities had said the surge could inundate land up to 15km inland.

    Evacuation efforts had been hampered by the need to follow strict physical distancing precautions to prevent the spread of coronavirus, with infection numbers still soaring in both countries. Many people had also refused to leave their homes and be moved to shelters for fear of contracting the virus.

    Authorities in both India and Bangladesh said they were using extra shelter space to reduce crowding, while also making face masks compulsory and providing extra soap and sanitiser.

    “Earlier we had around 5,000 cyclone centres and this time we will have more than 12,000: this is how we will maintain social distancing in the shelters,” said Enamur Rahman, Bangladesh’s junior disaster management minister.

    The Catholic Relief Services aid group said people faced “an impossible choice” of braving the cyclone by staying put, or risking coronavirus infection in a shelter.

    In the Cox’s Bazar refugee camps in Bangladesh, 306 Rohingya were moved from Bhasan Char, a flood-prone island in the Bay of Bengal, where the government had controversially begun to house some of the refugees, to cyclone centres.
    Amnesty International urged governments to keep watch for up to 1,000 Rohingya refugees who may be stranded at sea in makeshift vessels. “They are in rickety boats, these are fishing trawlers that they use to take a very dangerous route in the hope of a better life. The Bangladesh government and others must do everything to save their lives,” said Saad Hammadi, Amnesty International’s south Asia campaigner.

    There are also fears the storm will do large-scale damage to the Sundarbans forest reserve, a Unesco world heritage site across the India and Bangladesh border, which is home to 96 protected tigers and other endangered species.

    Storm surges of 5 metres could swamp mud dwellings along the coast, uproot communication towers and inundate roads and railway lines.
    India prepares to evacuate a million as Cyclone Amphan nears
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    Bangladesh’s low-lying coast, home to 30 million people, and India’s east are regularly battered by cyclones that have killed hundreds of thousands of people in recent decades.

    In 1999, the eastern state of Odisha was hit by a super-cyclone that killed nearly 10,000 people. Eight years earlier, a typhoon, tornadoes and flooding killed 139,000 in Bangladesh.

    Bangladesh authorities fear Amphan will be the most powerful storm since Cyclone Sidr devastated the country in 2007, killing about 3,500 people.

    Although outside the predicted direct path of the storm, there are fears for the safety of almost a million Rohingya refugees from Myanmar in south-eastern Bangladesh – most living in vast camps and housed in flimsy makeshift shacks.

    The first coronavirus cases were reported there last week, and by Tuesday there were six confirmed infections.

  3. Why i am being censored. I put Israeli cyber army attacked Iran.
    Where is my article.? Or do you have issues indeed it happened before?

  4. Corona’s third wave begins in IRAN? ER NEWS
    Yesterday, Hassan Rouhani spoke about the new decisions of the Anti-Corona Headquarters, and that Eid al-Fitr prayers will be held in mosques across the country, although Eid prayers will not be held in Tehran’s prayer hall.

     Rouhani instructed the Revolutionary Guards to hold a Quds Day ceremony to be symbolic and for the marchers to march by car. The young newspaper also made headlines for this strange march and wrote, “We will bring Quds Day to freedom this year.”

    Etemad newspaper has taken the reduction of restrictions to a good omen, and has blamed what the president said for good news on Corona, calling it a “revival of life with smart distancing.”

    But the Farhikhtegan newspaper mocked the president’s optimism, noting that 99 percent of the population had not been tested, but Rouhani said that we had crossed the Corona peak.

    The citizen also reported the “beginning of the third wave of the corona” and wrote that the predictions indicate that the outbreak of the corona will intensify in the fall and winter. Hamid Soori, an epidemiologist, told Shahrovand: “In March, we saw the first wave, from early April to the thirteenth, we were in the second wave, and now we are in the third wave.”

    The country’s schools reopened yesterday, but students were not required to attend, and only problem-solving sessions were scheduled. The Iranian newspaper reported that the “post-canon school” and a picture of a schoolgirl with a mask and a protective face were adorned with this report. The Iranian newspaper’s correspondent wrote in his observations of Tehran’s schools that most students did not come to school and that parents preferred their children to stay at home and follow the lessons virtually.

    On the other hand, one of the school principals told Iran that it is not possible to disinfect schools on a daily basis, and school officials have tried to distribute masks and gloves among students, and masks and gloves are free for poor students.

    Khorasan newspaper, however, considered the separation of patients with coronary heart disease from the society as an unplanned project and wrote that according to health protocols, the positive result of Corona test will be announced to the individual and his family and the infected person will be quarantined, but this has not happened in practice. This has also provoked criticism from Hassan Rouhani. The situation is so chaotic that a person working in one organization is infected with corona and is assigned to another organization.

    New tensions between Iran and the United States appear to be on the rise, with several newspapers welcoming the new round of crisis. The Arman Melli newspaper wrote in a report titled “Gambling in the waters of the Caribbean with the taste of corona” that the Islamic Republic has openly sent several gasoline-carrying ships to Venezuela to fuel the country. The U.S. Navy has also sent four warships to the Caribbean. According to the newspaper, any US blockade of Venezuela’s refueling is a kind of piracy and will face a reaction from Iran.

    Vatan-e-Amrooz also reported in a report titled “Golden Port” that Mahan Airlines had brought 9 tons of gold to Iran in exchange for refinery services and refueling in Venezuela. Venezuela has written that by storing 70 tons of gold, Venezuela is one of the most important gold-bearing countries in the world, and in this global situation where oil and dollar prices are fragile, gold could be a privilege for countries, which is why China has tried to increase its gold reserves. Give.

    On the pretext of the third anniversary of the 12th presidential election, Kayhan newspaper took a look at Hassan Rouhani’s record and wrote that Rouhani’s great promises from the day of the election showed that he was limited to the election and would not be fulfilled. Kayhan stressed that in the final year, the government must respond with the great power and authority it has had over the past eight years, why it has failed to fulfill even the smallest promises it has made to the people.

    99% of people have not had a corona test
    In response to Hassan Rouhani’s recent remarks, Minoo Mehrz, a member of the Interior Ministry’s National Committee for Infectious Diseases, told Farhikhtegan that when we can claim, we have crossed the main peak to get tested.

    According to Mehrz, this path of normalization is wrong when we see that the number of cases is growing and in Khuzestan and some parts of the country, we are facing a peak of the disease.

    According to Farhikhtegan, claiming to have passed the main peak of the disease has requirements, including active diagnosis, using extensive and rapid tests. Farhikhtegan recalls that if the number of cases in the United States is very high, about 1.5 million, it is because more than 11 million Corona diagnostic tests have been performed in the United States, while Iran has taken only 650,000 tests, which means none. .

    99% of the population has not yet been tested, but Iran claims that it has become self-sufficient in the production of corona detection kits. To answer such a dilemma, Farhikhtegan’s correspondent writes that weakness in testing is due to a lack of active laboratories.

    Heat can exacerbate corona prevalence
    Masoud Mardani, a member of the Corona National Committee, wrote in a note of confidence about the red situation in Khuzestan that, according to official statistics, about a quarter of the daily deaths are in the province, while the death toll in Khuzestan is very high. It’s more than a quarter.

    Men stressed that the number of patients in Khuzestan is even higher than the number announced by the Ministry of Health. He attributes the increase in the prevalence of corona in Khuzestan to non-compliance with social distances and disregard for health advice.

    According to this member of the Corona National Committee, Corona’s arrival in Khuzestan was delayed

  5. Because the Great spirit will and in process of third shaking of planet indeed. Iran because Ayatollahs are criminals and puppet masters of puppet masters of UK and West. Great spirit will not stop until mankind cry’s for world peace and able to unite. Iranian will starve to death and hungry people will rise up against their criminal governments that brought by free Air France to Tehran 1979. If you want ride with plane you and me have to pay. Who paid the journalist be in the plane to protect Dam Khomeini from f5 attacks? No one wants Islam of Ayatollahs in Iran.
    After staying in Neauphle-le-Château, a suburb of Paris, for 117 days, Ayatollah Khomeini left Paris through Charles de Gaulle International Airport aboard a chartered Air France Boeing 747. The aircraft left the airport at 3:30 am Tehran time.

    When the aircraft entered Iran’s airspace, Ayatollah Khomeini was asked how he felt about going back to Iran after his long exile. “Nothing,” he responded. Justifying this passionless attitude, Dr. Mohammad Mofatteh (1928-1979), who was assassinated shortly after the Revolution, said that no emotion could be “better or stronger than the fact that he accepted the danger and decided to go back to be with the Muslim people of Iran.”

    The jetliner landed at Tehran’s Mehrabad International Airport at 9:15 am. The greeting committee entered the aircraft at 9:30 am. At 9:37 am, the victorious Ayatollah Khomeini stepped off the plane, holding on to a flight attendant’s arm for support. He dropped to his knees on the tarmac to kiss the soil of the land that he had left more than 14 years ago. He was mobbed inside the airport’s terminal by a huge crowd.

    Ali Akbar Nategh Nouri, a mid-ranking cleric and future speaker of the Majles, asked people to calm down and be seated. The greeting committee had suggested that the father of Mehdi, Ahmad, and Reza Rezaei, three members of the Mojahedin-e Khlagh Organization (MKO) who had been killed by the Shah’s security forces, make the welcoming speech. (Four other members of the Rezaei family, including a daughter, Sedigheh, were killed after the Revolution.) But Ayatollah Morteza Motahhari (1920-1979), a leading Islamic scholar and disciple of Ayatollah Khomeini, opposed the selection. Instead, a university student, Nosratollah Shadnoush, read a short speech written by Ayatollah Motahhari.

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