Videos: Mysterious plasma starts glowing from fingertips during lightning storms in Saudi Arabia

Mysterious glow on fingers during thunderstorms in Saudi Arabia. Picture via Youtube video
Mysterious glow on fingers during thunderstorms in Saudi Arabia. Picture via Youtube video

All this took place in the cave of “Hira” on the “Jabal Al-Nur” mountain in Mecca, Saudi Arabia on November 25, 2022 during extreme thunderstorms…

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These guys have mysterious plasma glowing from their fingertips… In the clip, you also clearly there is a strong storm going on…

Now the same phenomenon occurred back in February 2021 in Saudi Arabia again…

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And once more, the mysterious glow was captured during a lightning storm… Here’s the video:

The most possible explanation is Plasma! Most likely those weird glowing lights are so-called “St. Elmo’s fires.”, manifesting itself next to a thundercloud.

Also called Witchfire or Witch’s Fire, the St. Elmo’s fire is a weather phenomenon in which luminous plasma is created by a corona discharge from a rod-like object such as a airplanes, mast, spire, chimney, or animal horn in an atmospheric electric field.

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The intensity of the effect, a blue or violet glow around the object, often accompanied by a hissing or buzzing sound, is proportional to the strength of the electric field and therefore noticeable primarily during thunderstorms or volcanic eruptions. has been banned from ad networks and is now entirely reader-supported CLICK HERE TO SUPPORT MY WORK… Thanks in advance!

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  1. Yikes, I would not want to be up on that mountain during a lightning storm.
    Nice video to watch from my chair though!

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