Fort, Charles - New Lands - Falls of Hot and warm water
Type of Spiritual Experience
A description of the experience
From New Lands by Charles Fort
There was a ‘quake’ in Scotland (Inverness) June 30, 1817. It is said that hot water fell from the sky (Rept. B. A., 1854-112).
In Comptes Rendus, 5-549,
is Dr. Wartmann's account of water that fell from the sky, at Geneva. At nine o'clock, morning of Aug. 9, 1837, there were clouds upon the horizon, but the zenith was clear. It is not remarkable that a little rain should fall now and then from a clear sky: we shall see wherein this account is remarkable. Large drops of warm water fell in such abundance that people were driven to shelter. The fall continued several minutes and then stopped. But then, several times during an hour, more of this warm water fell from the sky.
Year Book of Facts, 1839-262—that upon May 31, 1838, lukewarm water in large drops fell from the sky, at Geneva.
Comptes Rendus, 15-290—no wind and not a cloud in the sky—at 10 o'clock, morning of May 11, 1842, warm water fell from the sky at Geneva, for about six minutes; five hours later, still no wind and no clouds, again fell warm water, in large drops; falling intermittently for several minutes.