Lou (28 Feb 2013)
"Comet fragment breaks apart over southern U.S.? Enormous fireball reported over Gulf of Mexico, 27 February 2013"


And there shall be signs in the sun, and in the moon, and in the stars; and upon the earth distress of nations, with perplexity; the sea and the waves roaring; Luke 21:25

The above prophecy is now being fulfilled before our very eyes, just like Jesus said it would.  He said these things would occur just before the great and dreadful day of the Lord (tribulation) and they are. These meteors are now being spotted across the entire earth on a daily bases. 

Comet fragment breaks apart over southern U.S.? Enormous fireball reported over Gulf of Mexico, 27 February 2013

Wed, 27 Feb 2013 14:47 CST


Initial Sighting Reports

27 February 2013 - D. Beebe, Gulf of Mexico, off Louisiana 03:05 CST

1 minute plus duration. South to Northwest, I was facing South. It was orange color and about Venus brightness. It fragmented into ~15 pieces and glowed orange/white leaving a very long tail of sparks directly behind it, then slowly faded away.

27 February 2013 - Bart. @ 27 03'0N; 092 03'2W - 03:30 Central USA

30 seconds duration. It was yellow to amber color and fragmented.

27 February 2013 - Seadog71, Gulf of Mexico 3:30am

20 seconds duration. Travelling south to north. White and orange color and as bright as Venus. It was quite large and broke apart into a few bigger and many small fragments. It was heading towards the Louisiana coast. I took video, but it's a bit grainy at night.

27 February 2013 - Dan Richard Lafayette, Louisiana USA 03:10 CST

Event lasted over 20 seconds, then it disappeared behind clouds as it broke up. It was moving in a southeast/northwest direction. It was white with a tinge of red and blue as it broke up. As bright as the moon. It looked similar to Shuttle Columbia breaking apart, but not as bright.

27 February 2013 - Byron Byrd, North Central Gulf of Mexico 03:30 CST

Over 30 seconds duration. Seen it travel across 3/4 of the visible horizon, from south to north. It was bright white with orange sparks, like a bright star with trails. 6 - 8 smaller fragments broke off and followed one larger piece. They were very bright and seemed slow-moving.

27 February 2013 - Joel Ciochetto, Galveston, Texas 03:07 CST

30 seconds duration, traveling from south to north. It was a large fireball with a long white tail. It looked like sparks were coming off it. I'd say it was as bright as the sun.

27 February 2013 - Anthony Smith, Houston, Texas 03:15 CDT

I estimate it was visible for 15 seconds. I was going south, the lights in the sky going appeared to be going from west to east, before vanishing behind clouds. There were about 6-8 bright lights with tails. As bright as Venus.

27 February 2013 - Max Watts, Dickinson 03:25 CST

I'd say it lasted for about 1 minute and 30 seconds from the time I first noticed it. It was real bright with red tails. I thought it was a comet at first glance. Brighter than the full moon, this thing was very large. In fact, it was one large piece with a number of fragments behind it. It seemed to be heading Northeast. I fully expected to hear several impacts but heard none. My first thought was 'Russia!' and that now it's happening here!