Once in a Century Snow in South Africa – Video

Actually, once in 150 years. In fact, some areas have never seen snow in recorded history. Also, cold records smashed through Namibia, Botswana and Zimbabwe.

“Unprecedented, unbelievable, never seen it, never heard about it, snowing this depth, in these areas, before.”

Once in a Century Snow South Africa & Ancient Kalahari Desert Canal System

4 July 2018 – Video from Adapt 2030

What can be described as a once in a century snow fall event with record cold swept across southern Africa over the last four days, leaving record snow and snow accumulation in areas of South Africa that have never recorded snowfall over the last 150 years.

Additionally, cold records smashed through Namibia, Botswana and Zimbabwe, all the way to 20 degrees S Latitude. Climate cycles shifted so we take a look at the ancient Kalahari megalithic cities and worlds largest canal system left by a previous civilization some 30,000 years ago in the same areas.

Thanks to Jack Hydrazine for this video


2 thoughts on “Once in a Century Snow in South Africa – Video”

  1. Right at the end of SC10 and the start of the Gliessberg cool period from 1868 to 1945, a period of low solar output at the blue end of the spectrum, and harsh recorded winters and droughts, much as what we are getting now.
    The climate control knob isnt CO2 a pplant food, but our UV variable star.
    The other interesting point is the period from SC7 to the end of SC10 has beenn identified as a Victorian warm period similar to the modern warm period which ended in 2008.

  2. and once again not ONE word of this even in the world news section of Aus media that i can find
    some foul weather in perth WA is about it.
    the clip comments on the kilings of white farmers, and losses of crops, where will they find food??
    the stupid white folks running oxfam n the rest will beg from other stupid white folks for funds to “feed the poor” as if the upcoming and past events werent caused by psycopathic leaders and utter disregard to plan for the future.

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