Blessed Rains Down In Africa
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Item #: SCP-XXXX-J

Object Class: Euclid

Special Containment Procedures: SCP-XXXX-J is currently uncontained due to its beneficial nature. Task Force Hal 9000 "Surfin on the internet" is to monitor the internet for anyone questioning the reason for the existence of an SCP-XXXX-J-1 instance. A member of the task force is to give the questioner some bullshit reason a false explanation to the source of the SCP-XXXX-J-1 instance

Description: SCP-XXXX-J Is an art piece in the Namibian Desert. It consists of seven (7) white pillars all topped with solar-powered MP3 speakers. The speakers are set up to play the song "Africa" by Toto forever. It is assumed that the artist, Max Siedentopf, who installed left it non-anomalous. However, GOI Gamers Against Weed appear to have tampered with SCP-XXXX-J, giving it anomalous properties. Around every two months, an anomalous rain storm, designated SCP-XXXX-J-1 will form over SCP-XXX-J. SCP-XXXX-J-1 will always begin forming at the inset of the song and be at full force at the ending. Once fully formed, SCP-XXXX-J-1 will begin to move toward the most impoverished area of Africa. All rain that falls from SCP-XXXX-J-1 will cause any crops that come into contact it to grow larger and grow faster than those crops crops normally would. However, all cannabis that comes into contact with rain produced by SCP-XXXX-J-1 will burn up, producing clouds of smoke.