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Weather Forecast For Ireland – 20 Years Of Rain!

June 20, 2016

By Paul Homewood 

 

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http://www.thejournal.ie/rainfall-ireland-noahs-flood-895386-May2013/

 

Somebody (sorry forgot who!) sent me this article from 2013:

 

DID YOU KNOW that Ireland experienced non-stop rain for 20 years?

While our less-than-brilliant weather may make this feel like a very recent event, it actually happened way back in 2345BC.

According to evidence uncovered in this Sunday’s ‘Secret’s of the Irish Landscape’ programme on RTÉ One, this period of non-stop rainfall makes it possible that the biblical story of Noah’s great flood really did happen.

Professor Mike Baillie from Queen’s University in Belfast has proven that the 20-year flood coincided with the traditional date for Noah’s flood.

“According to the ancient Annals of the Four Masters, the whole of Ireland had to be evacuated at this time,” Baillie said.

We believe this global event was caused by a big explosive volcanic eruption which loaded the atmosphere with dust to reflect the sunlight away and cause widespread cooling at the earth’s surface.

Baillie has also discovered that freak weather events such as these tend to happen every thousand years or so.

With Ireland experiencing its last one in 540AD – when it rained for 10 years straight – the downpour to end all downpours is long overdue.

http://www.thejournal.ie/rainfall-ireland-noahs-flood-895386-May2013/

 

 

No doubt that Met Office had forecast a BBQ summer!

6 Comments leave one →
  1. johnrmcd permalink
    June 20, 2016 12:29 pm

    You HAVE to be joking …

    • johnrmcd permalink
      June 20, 2016 12:32 pm

      Well; the professor from Belfast must be joking. And how do we date Noah’s flood. Do I detect a shadow of that mad 19th century English bishop?

  2. June 20, 2016 4:21 pm

    My priest tells me that the earth was created in 3080 BC +/- a bit, so how is the flood in Genesis. Of course, people lived for hundreds of years then as the allotted span of 70 years came a bit later.

    Did Noah sail via Ireland though, or more likely he landed there and left the leprechauns?

    This all proves how big a threat climate change is …… . to the world’s wallies.

    • nigel permalink
      June 20, 2016 4:33 pm

      I visited a relative in Kerry in April 1988. We had several days of lovely sunshine. When filling up with petrol, I remarked that the weather had been nicer than I expected. He grunted and said “This is the first time I have seen the sun in four years.”

    • Graeme No.3 permalink
      June 20, 2016 4:43 pm

      Jack:
      It used to be October 23, 4004 BC as determined by Archbishop Ussher. Details in his book Annales Veteris Testamenti, a prima mundi origine deducti, una cum rerum Asiaticarum et Aegyptiacarum chronico, a temporis historici principio usque ad Maccabaicorum initia producto. (“Annals of the Old Testament, deduced from the first origins of the world, the chronicle of Asiatic and Egyptian matters together produced from the beginning of historical time up to the beginnings of Maccabes”)
      It is full of detail e.g. there are 16,000 references including 6 Cleopatras. It was so detailed that it was accepted for 150-200 years by Newton and Kepler among others.
      Should you be interested there has been a translation into English in the last decade or so, and the book is available from somewhere in the mid-west of the USA. (You may need a small forklift for handling it).

      • June 20, 2016 5:54 pm

        Many thanks for the learned reply, sorry about my “Hillaries”, I was entirely using poetic licence!.

        Not sure that my schoolboy Latin is up to this task either, so might forego it.

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