Oct 16 Mysterious Flashes Of Light Night Turns To Day Over Brazil
Watch the news… watch the footage…
Meteor hits the Brazilian city Recife, the largest city in Pernambunco Brazilian State.
Does what you see jive with the theory that this is a gigantic fireball lighting up the sky, as the media suggest.
These lights remind me of the Japan lights, right before the Fukushima earthquake.
According to Zetas, apparently some of these lights can come from magnetic shifts with the earth.
Similar lights may come from earthquakes… and have either manmade origins, or are a natural electrical response to release of kinetic earth energy.
Or perhaps something else is going on.
New York Daily News – 1 hour ago
This is the spectacular moment a gigantic fireball lit up the Brazilian night sky. Buildings across Recife were bathed in light as the meteor crossed over the city at 10 p.m. Wednesday. Flashes of red and yellow caused panic among some locals who thought a …
Big News Network.com – 4 hours ago
The object was described by some as a UFO or a flash of lightning, but local experts said it was likely a large meteor from a shower caused by debris from the tail of Halley’s Comet. The comet passes close to earth every 76 years and is next expected to visit …
The Standard Digital News (satire) (press release) (registration) (blog) – 13 hours ago
Brazil: This is the moment a mysterious flash of light turned night into day in northern Brazil. Captured on camera at around 10.20pm last night, an unidentified object can be seen throwing out bursts of intense blue, pink, purple and red light. The phenomenon …
Mirror.co.uk – 19 hours ago
This is the moment a mysterious flash of light turned night into day in northern Brazil. Captured on camera at around 10.20pm last night, an unidentified object can be seen throwing out bursts of intense blue, pink, purple and red light. The phenomenon, in …
Metro – Oct 16, 2014
The amazing moment a meteor lights up the sky above the Brazilian city of Recife has been caught on camera. In the incredible clip, taken on Wednesday at around 10pm, the sky is illuminated with red and yellow light as the meteor crosses the sky.