Tornadoes. What does the Holy Bible tell me about tornadoes?

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7 He stretcheth out the north over the empty place, and hangeth the earth upon nothing. Job 26:7

7 He [natah..extend, (to) stretch (forth, out), stretch down, be stretched out, outstretched, (to) be stretched forth, spread (out), be spread forth, cause to yield, to bend away, [(incl. mor. deflection);] (to cause to) incline, bowing (down), bow (self, down), (go, let) down, lay (self down), decline, turn (in to, down, aside, away), be turned, (take, carry) aside, overthrow, overthrown, be gone, put away, prolong, intend, shew, show, apply, deliver, wrest, pervert, pitch, afternoon, with yom, offer with al. See: Decline i.e sur..removing to and fro, turn (aside, away, back, in), be taken (from, away,) be (departed, gone away, gone aside, be (taken, taken away), depart (depart away from), go (aside, away)..satah..decline, go aside, turn..natah, & pervet: natah, Youngs.] stretcheth out the [tsaphon..gloomy, dark, hidden, unknown, north, (north, northern) side, northward, north wind.] north [al..(forth out) of, (from) (off), among, between, beside (the rest of), (as) against, (with a downward aspect), over, above, (up-) on, according (-ly) to, because of, beyond the time, both and, by (reason), had the charge of, concerning (for), in (that), than, through (-out), to, touching, after, with, and, as, at. upside down with panim.] over the [tohu..confusion, a desolation (of surface), without form, vain, in vain, vanity, nothing, (thing of ) nought, worthless thing, empty place, waste, desert, wilderness.] empty place, and hangeth the earth upon nothing. Job 26:7

What is a tornado?
A tornado is a ferocious, violent, whirling wind. (column, funnel, tube) of rapidly spinning (winding) air in the shape of a cone with violent downdraughts, and winds that exceed 350 miles per hour, which stretches down from out of a thundercloud.

The base of a tornado measures from around 100 feet across to one mile wide, it is smaller than, but more powerful and more dangerous than, the hurricane.

The forming of a tornado.
Tornadoes form when a column of cold air sinks down from a cumulinimbus cloud. The cloud is provided with fuel as warm, lighter, spinning currents of air which are drawn in at its base, rise up and around it spinning so rapidly that they stretch out from the base of the cloud forming a funnel which stretches downwards, or out across the sky, (spaghetti tornado) before it reaches down to the earth, and then, lifts itself back up again into the cloud, to disappear, after, it has reaped its havoc upon the earth.

Tornadoes start out as light coloured clouds, but they are darkened as dirt and debris are sucked up, by, and into, the whirling mass.

The United States of America.
Tornadoes, or twisters as the Americans call them, are a common feature of the weather in “Tornado Alley” the midwestern plains of the United States of America. Hundreds of twisters happen in the USA during the spring and summer months.

Ripping their ways across the land in abnormally erratic movements, always attached to their cloud, at speeds exceeding 300 miles an hour, noisy, roaring, gigantic vacuum cleaners (tornadoes) that suck up everything they touch, and which smell like rotting food, a smell, resultant from the lightning which is produced in the funnel, last from ten minutes to two hours, and die out when they run out of energy.

Tornadoes forcefully hurl things about, they smash into buildings and cause crashing sounds and extensive, widespread destruction and damage. They rip houses off their foundations, and cause them to explode, they rip off doors and windows, and tear houses and buildings to shreds, they turn them into splinters, and fling the wood and the metals as lethal weapons in all directions throughout the air, and sometimes through the trunks of trees, whilst devastating the land.

Cars, trees, birds, animals and also people have all been sucked up and into the air by tornadoes.

A tornado that starts above a sea or a lake is called a waterspout.

Waterspouts.
Winding clouds of air with powerful updraughts stretch down from out of thunderclouds and suck up water from the surface of lakes and seas, whipping up huge amounts of spray it dumps tonnes of water upon the land.

Fish, birds, frogs, and even boats have been sucked up and into the air by waterspouts. Waterspouts that pick up fish and frogs and birds, rain them back down over the land.

Waterspouts are not as strong as tornadoes and they dont last as long.

Water spouts and tornadoes are noisy.
7 Deep calleth unto deep at the noise of thy waterspouts: all thy waves and thy billows are gone over me. Psalm 42:7

The approach of a tornado (waterspout) is signalled by the roaring sound of wind calling to the deep, a sound which increases in volume as the tornado (waterspout) gets closer. Waves of the sea (surges) are forced along as waterspouts move across them.

He turn aside, (take, carry) aside, gone aside, go aside, the wind over, above, (up-) on, through (-out) upside down desolation (of surface), waste, desert, wilderness. He turn aside the wind with the upside down over (above), upon, through (-out) the desert.

He be (taken, taken away), the wind over, above, (up-) on, through (-out) upside down desolation (of surface), waste, desert, wilderness. He take away the wind with the upside down over (above), upon, through (-out) the desert.

He depart, gone away, (go, gone) aside be departed, the wind over, above, (up-) on, through (-out) upside down desolation (of surface), waste, desert, wilderness. He go aside, go away the wind with the upside down over (above), upon, through (-out) the desert.

He removing to and fro the wind over, above, (up-) on, through (-out) upside down desolation (of surface), waste, desert, wilderness. He removing to and fro the wind with the upside down over (above), upon, through (-out) the desert.

He show the wind over, above, (up-) on, through (-out) upside down desolation (of surface), waste, desert, wilderness. He show the wind with the uspide down over (above) through (-out) the desert.

He (take, carry) aside the wind over, above, (up-) on, through (-out) upside down desolation (of surface), waste, desert, wilderness. He carry aside the wind with the upside down over (above), upon, through (-out) the desert.

He be gone, put away, the wind over, above, (up-) on, through (-out) upside down desolation (of surface), waste, desert, wilderness. He be gone, put away, the wind with the upside down over (above), upon, through (-out) the desert.

He stretch (forth, out, down) the wind (as) against (with a downward aspect), upside down, over, above, (up-) on, through (-out) desolation (of surface), waste, desert, wilderness. He stretch (forth, out, down) the wind with a downward aspect, with the upside down over (above), upon, through (-out) the desert. Wind stretches down out of the sky and touches down upon the earth, and the wind travels throughout the land. Tornadoes!

He bend away, bowing down, bow self down, (go, let) down, lay self down, decline, the wind over, above, (up-) on, through (-out) upside down desolation (of surface), waste, desert, wilderness. He bend away, bowing down, bow self down, (go, let) down, lay self down, decline, the wind with the upside down over (above), upon, through (-out) the desert. Tornado winds bend and bow. Tornado winds come down out of the sky..Tornado winds lay themselves down across the sky. Spaghetti tornadoes lay themselves across the sky.

He turn (in, in to, down, aside, away, back), be turned, the wind over, above, (up-) on, through (-out) upside down desolation (of surface), waste, desert, wilderness. He turn (in, in to, down, aside, away, back), be turned, the wind with the upside down over (above), upon, through (-out) the desert. Tornado winds turn..Tornado winds turn in..Tornado winds turn into..Tornado winds turn aside..Tornado winds turn away..Tornado winds turn back..Tornado winds be turned..Tornado winds whirl..

Whirling winds stretch across the sky as they stretch down and out of cumulonimbus storm clouds, and the tornadoes touch down upon the earth, where they travel across and through (-out) the land.

Thundercloud: storm-cloud charged with electricity, which produces thunder and lightning.
Thunderstorm: A storm with heavy rain hail, and thunder and lightning.

Lightning: Discharges of electricity which disturb the air and produce sounds of thunder. Thunder rumbles in the air.
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