This is one of the weirdest sunsets I have ever seen.
This is quite a fancy show: Lots of waves on the inversions; strong asymmetries in the shape of the Sun; multiple green flashes; And then you got the whale spouts…
On September 24, 2016, at sunset, Mila Zinkova was looking west from Pacifica CA when something strange happened:
The sun split into multiple layers and green flashes. But, that wasn’t the strange thing. Temperature inversions above the ocean surface frequently distort the setting sun off the Califonia coast. Now take a closer look at the picture. Where did that vertical pillar of light at the bottom come from? It’s a whale spout!…. [read more]
lhwm notes: Wonder if it has anything to do with the chemicals they spray in our sky (which is metal). Metal reflects light and it causes the rainbow look in the clouds (it should be the water reflecting to make a rainbow),
it’s getting hotter (metal reflects), and they are disrupting the way God made earth and sky. Do your own research on Chemtrials.