Is it a miracle? Fishes rain from the heaven!
12 Jun 10
Is that true? Which place is this? It could be very shocking to have fishes along with the rain. Isn't that "manna" from heaven? If this really happened, we can now really say that our environment has now gone crazy. Imagine, fishes also get absorbed by the sun and brought back to the ground with the rain? That is just very weird.
17 Jun 10
RAining with Fishes, is this really true? what do you mean, a fish came from heaven. I wish you took a video so that people will get to see it. If its really true, how does it happen. Maybe when the cloud absorb a water from the sea, it includes the fish that swim there. Maybe that was the real happening there.
17 Jun 10
well it is a weird but natural phenomenon. There are instances in the past that i literally rain fish even frogs. But i wouldnt want to encounter that because fish really smells when rotting and the whole place will smell of it too.
16 Jun 10
I am amused by the reactions of others here in your post. Upon reading it I could very well say that you are telling the truth because many things which is unpredictable already happens. I think the fish is both a blessing and somewhat form a puzzle in the people in your area. But I think there is an explanation about everything. Before believing that it is already near the end of the world we might as well investigate first why it happen. There were times that a tornado can carry things and even an entire house and drop it somewhere when the momentum is getting weaker and it will be hard if it will drop on others people's house. I think the fish is much better to drop than an entire house because that would be disastrous.
15 Jun 10
it happens when a tornado passes a body of water. it gets the fishes there and so when that tornado pass on land and it gets weaker, it will drop the fishes because of their weight. it is not a miracle...it happened here in bulacan where a tornado pas in a fishpond and when it got weak, it is in land that it dropped the fishes from the fishpond.