Climate change caused the eclipse and New York earthquake?

A solar eclipse

The raging hysteria about climate change has just entered the bizarro stage, for those familiar with that old Superman alternate reality, where everything was the opposite. Good was bad, and ugly was beautiful, etc.

On Monday, The View cohost, Sunny Hostin, blamed climate change for Monday’s eclipse and the 4.8 earthquake that rattled New York on Friday, April 5, 2024, Fox News reports.

Yes, it seems that people driving SUVs are responsible for the moon blocking out the sun and causing massive shifting beneath the Earth’s surface.

Though other members of The View quickly disagreed, a US Senate Candidate, Christina Amira Khalil, who also happens to be a member of the Green Party, tweeted that climate change was responsible for the earthquake that hit New York.

“I experienced my first earthquake in NJ. We never get earthquakes,” Khalil wrote in the widely mocked viral tweet. “The climate crisis is real. The weirdest experience ever.”

However, Hostin didn’t stop there, she went on to talk about the reaction of her makeup artist, when the Friday earthquake hit, stating that the woman ran down the hall saying “Jesus is coming” and “The rapture is here.”

While some, like Reformed Pastor Jim Staley, believe that this eclipse and earthquake combination are connected to the opening of the sixth seal in Revelation 6:12-13, I am not convinced this is the case.

Coincidentally, the two events follow the same order that the Apostle John saw taking place, an earthquake followed by an eclipse.

Though parts of this Northeastern US were within the total eclipse zone, I am not convinced that a 4.8 magnitude earthquake would qualify as a ‘great earthquake.’

Secondly, the Apostle John added these two events would then be followed by a blood moon, and stars falling from heaven, the latter of which may be describing a nuclear attack:

But I believe what happened in New York over the past weekend may serve as a live demonstration of how this will happen, where we have a series of events taking place in rapid succession.

Instead, I look upon Friday’s earthquake and Monday’s eclipse as more of a warning shot across the bow.

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