“From a pile of fire-red clouds, lightnings will burst out zigzagging and devastating, setting fire and turning everything to ashes. The air will be filled
with toxic fumes and deathly vapours. . . tornadoes . . .” (p. 44). [Volcanic eruptions give off as many as 9 poisonous gases].
“I see in my sun a black and blue rainbow at least two metres in width . . . From that rainbow, a rain is falling, . . .a blood red rain is falling. On the roofs of the homes, it is
left sticking like paint; on the ground it cannot be sucked in. It falls down with a frightening speed.
“In the midst of that rain, a terror is produced:
a cross takes shape in that rain carrying the imprint of a Christ. . . . The yelling of the just is frightening. . .
“After three days, the rainfall
from the rainbow spreads out visible throughout the whole universe” (p. 241).
This blood red rain, falling after volcanic eruptions, will be very acidic (as
will the air itself) and may burn skin, eyes, and perhaps lungs if breathed in.
The deaths may be from the alveoli in the lungs bleeding from these chemical burns, so that
one "drowns" from the blood in one's lungs.