Armageddon? Fish Raining Down from the Sky

Did the last week of 2021 usher in Armageddon? Fish rained down out of the sky in the city of Texarkana in Texas in what is known as “animal rain.” Crabs, frogs, fish, octopuses, starfish, jellyfish, and other denizens of the waters can be swept up in waterspouts, while spiders and snakes and worms can be gathered up in wind-spouts, sucked up into the sky, and carried for miles before the clouds let go of them to rain down upon us.

But does it usher in Armageddon? Nope. Earthmen have been marveling over animal rain for thousands of years, even back to the Bronze Age during which the Celtic gods known as the Tuatha dé Danann rained frogs down upon their enemies, the Fomorian giants.

The Tuatha dé Danann were flesh-and-blood Nordic extraterrestrials who towered over humans but later became known as the invisible little fairies of Ireland. The true fairies were benevolent visitors to Earth who brought civilization to western Europe, serving as teachers who built schools and libraries, and lawgivers who instituted a system of laws.

Bergen’s 2019 Fairies of Ireland gives the most comprehensive history of these incredible visitors from the stars. A whopping 512 pages in paperback, you can also get it in eBook and audiobook.

As for Armageddon, Ragnarök, the Rapture, Apocalypse, and End of Days prophecies from the biblical book of Revelation, look to the latter half of Bergen’s 2019 Forbidden Islands of the Gods in eBook or paperback for what to expect when the End of Days truly is nigh.

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