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Black rain falls on Japan, believed to be fallout from the mass cremation of coronavirus victims in Wuhan

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A serious weather event that struck Japan recently generated a mysterious black rain that some believe could be toxic fallout from the cremation of the bodies of Wuhan coronavirus (CoVid-19) victims in mainland China.

In the days following what media reports are now describing as one of the fiercest lightning storms on record in Tokyo, social media users questioned why the corresponding rain was black, and in some cases oozing.

“Are they secretly burning bodies of coronavirus victims?” one social media user asked, noting the strange color and consistency of the rain as it dripped off of buildings and cars.

Many elderly Japanese people who witnessed the strange event say they recall a similarly bizarre phenomenon in the days following the horrific atomic blast that occurred over Hiroshima and Nagasaki back in 1945.

Some of them stated on social media that seeing the same type of thing happen again in 2020 is “a little too scary,” and “about as bad an omen as you can get these days.”

According to the Daily Star, the black rain could be from ash coming from a plastics factory in Hasuda, located in northern Saitama, which may have sent fine particles of ash high enough into the sky that they mixed with rain and came down black. But not everyone is convinced as to this explanation.

“Didn’t North Korea fire missiles on that day?” asked one observant social media user, adding to the conspiracy.

“It might not be fallout, but it’s probably hazardous, so be careful out there,” added another.

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Mysterious blood-colored substance also rained down over India back in 2001

Residue of this black, ashy rain has already reportedly been tested for radioactivity, and it turned up negative. An investigation is said to thus be ongoing to identify what it is and from where it came.

This isn’t the first time that strange-colored rain has poured down in the East, it’s important to note. Apparently black, green, yellow, and even red rain has come down before, including in Kerala, India, back in 2001 when heavy downpours brought down staining, blood-colored rain for nearly a month.

A follow-up investigation revealed that as much as 110,000 pounds of the mysterious red substance had mixed with rain in the Kerala region and poured down on locals and their properties.

Though it was never fully determined what this red substance actually was, experts hypothesized that it could have been associated with a comet fragment that broke apart over the region, raining down organic material of an extraterrestrial origin.

An even stranger incident occurred back in 1876 when raw meat started raining down onto farmland near the settlement of Olympia Springs, located in Bath County, Kentucky. Authorities were never able to fully explain what happened at that time, either.

As we recently reported, the cremation hypothesis concerning the black rain in Japan isn’t at all far-fetched, seeing as how China has been actively bringing in incinerator ovens that it claims are for burning “animal corpses,” but that just so happen to coincide with the Wuhan coronavirus (CoVid-19) crisis.

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“At a time when the dispersion of information is more important than ever, it’s very unsettling that they were either unaware of the gigantic fire in their own city, or didn’t feel it was necessary to mention while people online were speculating about mass-cremations and North Korean missiles,” wrote a reporter from SoraNews24 about the situation.

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SOURCE: NATURAL NEWS