as my brother Robert was driving his ca. 1960 Ford Falcon east on State Route 23 near the Warwick County Park.
A big white cloud started to rise rapidly above the tree line and I said to Bob, "Look at that cloud."
He said that it wasn't a cloud, and I could sense a dejection in his tone as he added something to the effect of "Oh, no. What did he do this time?"
(The words "What did he do this time?" I also heard after the second thunderbolt hit me on c. June 25, 1966 A.D. : Thunderbolts I:26
I had looked over to him as he began to answer, and apparently he sensed that impact was inevitable as he pushed my head straight rather than taking the impact on my right temple. He smiled as he did that and my internal reaction was something I recall as being appalling, a feeling or sense of having been betrayed. Not too long after this event, at Owen J. Roberts School (which can be seen as the seeming source of the explosion), I met one who claimed responsibility for the deed
In what seemed like less than 2 or 3 seconds, the windshield became covered with a grey, ashen spray and then the car suddenly came to a halt, my teeth hitting the dashboard.
When I looked over at Bob, he seemed to be unconscious.
There was some blood on the driver's side window which had apparently exited his mouth upon the impact with the wall of ash as his body had either struck the steering wheel and/or his door. (the plume came at us at about 345 degrees)
The next thing I can recall was Robert's wife and my other two older brothers in a clear sky again trying to help me out of the passenger door.
Gerry seemed to be with John, Jr. at the time.
Somehow I got accused about the whole ordeal but the origin of the explosion was from the direction of the present day (April 21, 2016 A.D.) Limerick Nuclear Power Generating Station in Sanatoga, PA.
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St. Elijah (cf. §784, Catholic Catechism),
St. John the Baptist (cf. §785, Catholic Catechism),
Edward Popovich Palamar (cf. §786, Catholic Catechism),
the Resurrected Prophet of the Most High (Luke 1:76),
whom Jesus Christ calls "the Elias who was to come" (Matthew 11:14),
enjoying the rapture of Christ's love in the duty of
Petrus Romanus (Peter the Roman, cf. St. Malachy Prophecy),
the resurrected angel of Exodus 23:20,
the sign of the Son of Man in Heaven (Matthew 24:30)