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The gallery of Natural Phenomena is a website with chronological information on natural events throughout recorded history. Some events are very natural and easily explained such as  earthquakes but others are very puzzling. Although some may be explained in an Electric Universe.

Example of some of the dates and events that are recorded.

July 224 England? - Dark day - A 'very dark day', Not an eclipse
334 Antioch, Syria - Meteor? - 'Star' poured out 'smoke' for 3 hours during day
340   Asia Minor - Earthquake - 'All through the East'. 2 years of shocks
352   Scotland? - Aurora? - 'Fiery swords' at night became a huge flame
358   August 24 Asia Minor - Earthquake - Preceded by 2 hours of darkness

1522 Florence, Italy - Fall - 'Manna' fell everywhere in hot summer
1540 November 26 - Lunar event - 'Star' on dark part of Moon 2 nights; 'flames' on 2nd night
1547 April   23 Europe - Obscuration - Red Sun for 2 days & stars appeared at noon
1566 August Basel, Switzerland - Anomalous phen - Dark spheres around the Sun.  Turned red & went out.
1570 January 12 Bohemia - Aurora - Torches & pillars
1577 August 4   England - Tornado? - 'Black dog' entered Suffolk churches
1646 May   16 Hasnia, Italy? - Fall - Rain with sulphur.  Powder found
1668 November - Boston, Mass - Lunar event? 'Star' in body of Moon between horns

The site does not seem finished or my browser did not show the contents of each page. 3 of the most interesting pages are docs that you can also download either from their site
    * Landmarks - Dark Ages
    * Landmarks - Middle Ages
    * Landmarks - Renaissance

or i have also saved them for the future and you can download them below

LANDMARKS OF WORLD HISTORY: A Chronology of Remarkable Natural Phenomena: The Dark Ages A.D. 1 - 1000
LANDMARKS OF WORLD HISTORY: A Chronology of Remarkable Natural Phenomena: The Middle  Ages 1001-1500
LANDMARKS OF WORLD HISTORY: A Chronology of Remarkable Natural Phenomena: Renaissance 1501-1700


1577 August 4   England - Tornado? - 'Black dog' entered Suffolk churches
is this the start of the famous Black Shuck or Old Shuck ghost of East Anglia? The terrifying Ghost Dog of Norfolk and Suffolk that was the inspiration for Hound of the Baskervilles (Sherlock Holmes story by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle).
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In East Anglia, the earliest account we have of a supernatural dog on the loose is Abraham Fleming's 1577 tract 'A Straunge and Terrible Wunder', telling of the events of Sunday August 4th in that year, when a "black dog, or the divel in such a likenesse", wrought havoc and death during a dreadful storm in the parish churches of first Bungay,  and then Blythburgh, both in Suffolk.
shuckland | Hidden East Anglia



planet between horns? Egyptian art

1668 November - Boston, Mass - Lunar event? 'Star' in body of Moon between horns
Could similar events have been seen before and especially recorded by the Ancient Egyptians? Planets between the horns shown as the crowns of Egyptian Gods/Goddesses?



Moses shown with horns (normal for old images)

1522 Florence, Italy - Fall - 'Manna' fell everywhere in hot summer
Are the puzzling "miracles" of Manna from heaven explained in an Electric Universe? In God's Fire - Moses and the management of Exodus does Alfred de Grazia explain the miracle?








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