Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse in dust storm over Mexico?

Yesterday, June 30, 2020, Spirit Daily posted a truly alarming image from social media of what appears to be the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse in a Saharan dust storm over some place called Chalatenango:

Spirit Daily‘s comment (I supplied the red bold emphasis):

From Twitter (mailbag):

Photo-shopped?

See the 4 horsemen? Someone took a picture of that image formed from the dust happened at 1:40 in the afternoon in Chalatenango Mexico

But Spirit Daily does not give the source link or date of the apocalyptic social media post, nor are we told who Hey Maje Wacha 530 is.

So I did my research on the Internet and found the following:

(1) A huge sand storm from the Sahara Desert in North Africa, the third largest desert in the world after Antarctica and the Arctic. has made its way across the Atlantic, engulfing some Mexican cities and America’s Gulf coast states.

Here’s an NBC “Today” news video on the dust storm.

The UK Express reports on June 27, 2020:

Shocking footage from Torreón, Mexico showed a huge wall of dust encompassing the entire city, sparking claims of the “apocalypse”. The sand storm from the Saharan Desert has reached North America after travelling across the Atlantic last week. Incredible videos of the sand storm hitting Mexico went viral, as the dust blocked out the sun and sparked travel chaos over visibility concerns….

The storm is expected to continue moving north and east through the weekend, reaching areas from Texas and Florida all the way up to as far north as the Canadian border.

Here’s a YouTube video of the dust storm over Torreón on June 24:

(2) Hey Maje Wacha 530 is a Mexican media/news company. On June 25, 2020, Hey Maje Wacha 530 posted the four horsemen image on its Facebook page.

(3) An alert Facebook poster Orlando Elgordo Fernandez found the original undoctored image, which proves that the Four Horsemen image is a photoshop. The image wasn’t even taken in Chalatenango, but in Torreón, Mexico.

In fact, the Express article I referenced earlier in this post included the above image. The image is also in the NBC “Today” news video on the dust storm, from which I had this GIF made, showing there are no Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse in the dust storm.

(4) There is no Chalatenango in Mexico, as Spirit Daily claims. The only Chalatenango I could find on Wikipedia is a city in El Salvador.

The times we find ourselves in are already distressing and unsettling without the Mexican news media company and  Spirit Daily posting the very alarming and misleading Four Horsemen image, without undertaking the necessary research to verify the image.

~Eowyn

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Tim Shey
4 months ago

I was hitchhiking in Arizona many years ago and got dropped off in Phoenix. This dust storm rolled into the city and I crawled into a concrete culvert to stay out of the blowing dust. It felt Biblical–like a warning. I believe this dust storm is a warning from the Lord. I recently saw this video by cirstenw on YouTube that the drug cartels in Mexico make 146 Billion dollars a year off of drug users in the United States. A number of U.S. politicians are being bribed by the Mexican drug cartels. To have a dust storm come from… Read more »

TrailDust
Admin
4 months ago

End times burnout is a real thing. If the Lord decides to bring down the curtain today, I rejoice knowing His grace and love. But the endless efforts to scare people are not something I tolerate these days.
But in these days of sin and evil, we need to listen for a warning from the Lord.

Last edited 4 months ago by TrailDust
Bohunk
Bohunk
4 months ago

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Holly
Holly
4 months ago
Reply to  Bohunk

Yes, Someone superimposed this picture. Good job tracking it down.

DCG
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DCG
4 months ago
Reply to  Holly

Dr. Eowyn’s post notes in item #3: “An alert Facebook poster Orlando Elgordo Fernandez found the original undoctored image, which proves that the Four Horsemen image is a photoshop.”

kandyman
kandyman
4 months ago
Reply to  Holly

exactly!

Steven Broiles
4 months ago

Well, I do agree that it would be better not to have to do the work to find out a story is contrived. But by the same token, the Four Horsemen, being pestilence or famine, war, conquest and death, are coming in one way or another. This is the Age of Evil Ascendant, but Christ will be Ascendant, also. Recall that “those days shall be cut short for the sake of the elect.” In the past I have referred to the eugenicists’ agenda of “extinction protocols.” Near-extinction is what they desire, but God will not allow the human race to… Read more »

pete
pete
4 months ago

It’s not just sand that comes over from Africa. We’ve seen this before. But I believe what I see in the picture. The book of truth is open (mostly Daniel 11) for anyone to read and heed as we await the abomination of desolation and the rapture.

eckbach
eckbach
4 months ago

That dust storm in Mexico was a local event. It was NOT of African origin.

Calgirl
Calgirl
4 months ago

EGAD….this is not new. This has been on the weather channel for days as a forecast. Otoh…there have been TONS of similar dust storms local to the US Southwest, so much so that many times I could not arrange a connecting flight out of one of my favorite airports in Phoenix (SkyHarbor) to the East.