An ‘Unprecedented’ Wildfire Hits California At The Same Time ‘Unprecedented’ Heat Strikes The East Coast

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Wildfire In A Forest - Public DomainIt is starting to look more than just a little bit “apocalyptic” out there.  If you follow my work closely, you already know that weather patterns in the United States have been going absolutely crazy and that last year was the worst year for wildfires in all of U.S. history.  Well, this week things have gotten even worse.  A “heat dome” has brought triple digit temperatures to much of the country, and an “unprecedented” wildfire is ripping through the hills north of Los Angeles “like a freight train“.  The so-called Sand Fire started on Friday, and since that time it has been burning 10,000 acres a day.  An acre is approximately the size of a football field, so that means this fire has been burning the equivalent of 10,000 football fields every single day, and it is only “10 percent contained” at this point.


According to the latest count more than 51 square miles have been burned by this voracious fire, and on Sunday smoke from the fire could be seen 270 miles away in Las Vegas.  Nearly 3,000 firefighters are currently battling the blaze, but the fire still seems to have the upper hand.

At least one “charred corpse” has been found so far, and officials are hoping that other nearby residents are heeding their calls to evacuate.  Fires of this nature are extremely serious, and they can move with astonishing speed when the conditions are right.

This five year drought is the worst multi-year drought in the recorded history of the state of California, and such dry conditions are ideal for wildfires.  Normally we don’t see “explosive” wildfires of this nature until later in the year, and that is one reason why authorities are describing what we have seen up to this point as “almost unprecedented”.  The following comes from NBC Los Angeles

“This fire, what we’ve seen in 72 hours, is almost unprecedented,” said Los Angeles County Fire Department Battalion Chief Dennis Cross. “We’d have to go back a long way to compare a fire to this. And, we’re not through with this thing yet.”

Some of the terms that are being used in the mainstream media to describe this fire are “extreme”, “ferocious” and “like a freight train”.  Without a doubt, nobody should be underestimating the seriousness of what is taking place in northern Los Angeles County right now

Flames raced down a steep hillside “like a freight train,” leaving smoldering remains of homes and forcing thousands to flee the wildfire churning through tinder-dry canyons in Southern California, authorities said Sunday.

The fire that has destroyed at least 18 homes in northern Los Angeles County gained ferocious new power two days after it broke out, sending so much smoke in the air that planes making drops on it had to be grounded for part of the afternoon.

For this time of year, it’s the most extreme fire behavior I’ve seen in my 32-year career,” County fire Chief Daryl Osby said.

Nearby residents are posting plenty of photos from this fire on Facebook and Twitter, and some of these photos look quite apocalyptic.  Even with all of our advanced technology, this kind of thing can still happen in the United States of America today, and it shows us that we are not quite as “all-powerful” as we would like to think.

Meanwhile, another brutal heat wave continues to march across the country.  Washington is the only one of the lower 48 states not to be hit by at least 90 degree heat, and many areas of the country have now had several days in a row when temps have soared into the triple digits.  The following comes from the Daily Mail

An oppressive ‘heat dome’ that has brought triple-digit temperatures across the US – leaving more than 100 million people to find ways to cool off – has been blamed for at least 11 deaths.

Temperatures have soared above 100F for days and the heat wave is expected to continue Monday in cities including New York, Washington, DC and Philadelphia as it hosts the Democratic National Convention.

The heat wave’s victims include a 12-year-old boy, who collapsed on a hike in the Phoenix area, a three-year-old boy who was left in a hot car while his family attended a church service in Dallas, and a four-year-old girl who was left in a car in Williamsport, Pennsylvania.

Personally, I find it very interesting that this “heat dome” is striking Philadelphia on the exact day when the Democratic National Convention is opening.

Perhaps this is just another one of those “strange coincidences” that we have been witnessing in recent months.

We live at a time when global weather patterns are starting to spin wildly out of control.  For instance, just check out what has been happening in China lately

Some 8.6 million people have been affected by destructive floods and landslides caused by heavy rain in China, local media report. Officials said that at least 154 people have been killed and the death toll is likely to rise.

The worst-hit was Hebei province in northern China, Xinhua news agency reported. Some 52,000 homes collapsed in the area. Hebei has about 73 million residents.

At least 114 people have been killed and 111 are still missing in the province, according to the  People’s Daily newspaper.

And just consider what we have been seeing in the United States…

-The worst multi-year drought in the history of the state of California

-The worst year for wildfires in all of U.S. history

-The worst stretch of historic floods America has ever seen

-One of the worst periods of summer heat the nation has ever experienced

Is this all happening by accident, or is there some explanation that ties all of these things together?

In my latest book, I talk about how the Bible says that we should expect extreme weather, increased seismic activity and major earth changes during the time just before the return of Jesus Christ.

So nothing that is happening right now should take us by surprise.

In fact, what we are dealing with at the moment is likely just the tip of the iceberg.

Great chaos is coming to our planet, and rapidly shifting weather patterns and unprecedented seismic events are going to have a dramatic impact on all of our lives.

Unfortunately, most people are still busy snoozing away, and so they are not taking practical steps to get prepared for what is quickly closing in on us.

  • Robert

    I have seen 30 plus days straight of over a 100 degrees in GA. Climate does change because ma nature operates that way, not because Gore and Kerry and crew “preach another gospel”. I do not see anything particularly unusual with this. CA has burned much in the past. Too many water users in a dry, arid climate.
    Move to Great Lakes region if you are wanting plenty of water. Or even into Canada.

  • Tired

    The heat increase in the eastern seaboard is probably due to the increase in methane release due to the massive release of bull rap in the Philadelphia and Washington DC area.

    • disqus_xp4GYx7DZk

      And that’s JUST the gas in Hitlery’s Depends…

  • Chris

    That’s friggin hilarious and mostly because it’s probably not far
    from true! :)

  • cherise

    All this crisis, fires and global unprecedented heat is all brought to you by the Military complex weather modification program, a so called covert operation to keep the population ignorant.

  • Mike Molyneaux

    After the fires then comes the floods! Then comes the drought, then comes famine.

  • watchmannonthewall

    Seems like there is more than one kind of heat happening in Philly: “Feel the Burn!”

    In all seriousness, it is quite odd the heat wave happened at exactly the time of the DNC and that the “happenings” seem to be exactly what the democrates and their MSM shills were expecting and prophesying about the RNC. The nation is seriously divided, but not just along party lines. Even these political lines have been “shaken” this year! “Everything that can be shaken, will be shaken!”

    • Lee Schaeffer


  • vaccinedamagedasperger

    I bet someone with a beard yelled “Allahu Akbar” when they started the fire!

    • disqus_xp4GYx7DZk

      No, no, no, no, no…he yelled Aloha Snackbar! and was upset they were out of the teriyaki pineapple chicken….

  • michael malachi

    Father in heaven, I pray for those who are In harms way and all of those who are fighting this and other disasters, please keep your hand on them. And Lord, above all, bring this nation back to you, no matter what it takes.

    • Lee Schaeffer


  • Anthony Lisacchi

    Reveal 16:8 the sun given authority to scorch men The Greek for scorch means burn with intense heat

    • Jack L Eich

      and dont eat yellow snow

  • chris

    ‘Is this all happening by accident, or is there some explanation that ties all of these things together?’

    For Goodness sake!! Not one mention of El Nino! Not one! You do appreciate that El Nino and La Nina produce weather effects on a global scale when they occur?!

    • rainaWoodGasBoat

      2 Peter chapter 3 explains everything 2 thousand years ago. Read your Bible, pray everyday.

  • SantosGarcia
    • Lee Schaeffer

      YES! AMEN!

  • The_Ipcress_File

    Ok, I get it, so it’s hot.

  • “And
    I will show wonders in the heavens and in the earth: Blood and fire and pillars
    of smoke. – Joel 2:30

    • Lee Schaeffer

      As it is written, let it be done!

  • Pete Okuhira

    MENE, MENE, TEKEL, PARSIN. This handwriting on the wall, according to Daniel 5, also applies to the United States

  • Sand

    You guys do realize that this may all be due to environmental degradation? The fact that we produce so much and waste so much all at the same time and alot of the world is still left to starve. Americans waste billions of dollars worth of food and we use up tons of energy even though we are a small percentage of the world population.Just think about all the people on the road in cars polluting the environment when there are better ways to commute, especially if the distance isn’t far, like carpooling, biking, driving a scooter, etc. Too many people taking from nature and not giving back or putting a strain on it as we economically develop the world. There are places where industry should not go lest pollution and the dumping of toxic industrial wastes in the river and ground will continue. We are too much for the world. We are too much for this planet. We need to responsibly and efficiently use the resources on this planet.

  • just say no TO COPS

    The aluminum oxide from chemtrails is helping to make the fires burn ‘hotter’ as well. Those NWO people are pretty evil. And, they’re also changing the weather so that CA has all this drought. I think aircrap had the satellite pictures of them doing that.

  • just say no TO COPS

    The aluminum oxide from chemtrails is helping to make the fires burn ‘hotter’ as well. Those NWO people are pretty evil. And, they’re also changing the weather so that CA has all this drought. I think aircrap had the satellite pictures of them doing that.