Many years ago now the webbot—thanks to Clif High—predicted lakes in the sky, or rivers of rain; since May 2013 this has rang true on many an occasion. Another label we can apply to this phenonomen is a cloud tsunami, which this video below depicts somewhat.

Lakes in the sky was part of the language picked up for the Global Coastal Event, in connection to the shift in consciousness occurring. The GCE is a name Clif High coined to cover the many earth change related events that have since manifested since May, 2013.

This footage below was captured by Peter Maier, an amateur filmmaker who was staying at Lake Millsatt in Austria at the time.

Using time lapse, Maier from Switzerland has put together the moments the river in the sky swept through the area, which in scientific terms is called a microburst.

His described this as “a tsunami from heaven” from where he filmed on a balcony in his hotel room.

I’ve personally seen this happen, but this was a lot of water, probably the most I’ve witnessed in anything captured like this.

To view a higher resolution, head on over to the original video here on YouTube.

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Laron is an energetic healer, past life therapist, consciousness guide, poet,writer and editor from New Zealand. A strong passion of his is to expand the consciousness of others. Editor of the metaphysical site transients.info, Laron is also a bit of a bookworm. Trained by Dolores Cannon in QHHT (Past Life Regression) and Energetic Healing by well-known Australian intuitive and healer Stephen Bishop, Laron is also a Reiki Master, Crystal Healer and Tarot reader.

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June
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That was just the gods emptying their chamber pots :ROFL:O.o:D

Hailstones Melt
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Imagine all that water trying to get into my rain tanks, instead of the lake taking the full brunt of it. Wow. That video is gob-smacking, for sure.:eek:O.o:D<3
Carl
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Now, that is what I call the power of mother nature!
Linda
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That video captures the beauty of nature.

We have them here, but they are scary because people are driving, etc. Here is one from here about a year ago. It is just 21 seconds – watch all the way to the end.

June
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Must be really scary if it happens while driving, dangerous too.
Alain
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i was in the thing i know in german as "wolkenbruch" one time while driving my guardian was actif because i saw nothing not even at 20km/h, but it was such a beautiful day that tunderstorm it was part of shook me quite a bit some 12 or so years back