Underground Lightning. 16 August 2019

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This giant lightning bolt isn't quite what it seems.
It is actually lava flowing from Piton de la Fournaise during the fourth eruption in 2019.
The eruption is apparently large but now fading as space weather also fades away.
Comparing lava to lightning isn't so silly according to Electric Universe principles because what happens above the ground also happens below the ground.
Could lava be the same as lightning which heats air around it as the discharge between ground and clouds occurs?
Tectonic electrical thunderbolts heat rocks and lava discharge is the visible result.
Regardless, the eruption of Piton de la Fournaise was a good forecast success as the period became very volcanic with many eruptions, few quakes and a lot of powerful weather systems.

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