Blood Red Waters

Interesting. It seems that in 2012 a number of lakes, rivers and seas turned blood red. Some articles refer to plankton, some to salt as possible explanation, and that is probably true. But the Yangtze river seems to be a mystery, as do some others. And the date is interesting as we look at the various (occult) prophecies referring to the year 2012. That is not to say that Satan can foresee the future, only that he knows Biblical prophecy better than anyone, and although many are missing the signs of the times, you can bet that he does not. It is clear that he knows Jesus’ return is near and he has a plan in place to create his final, great deception.

All that said, what turned the waters red? I have no idea. I just find it noteworthy.

Revelation 16:3 – “And the second angel poured out his vial upon the sea; and it became as the blood of a dead man: and every living soul died in the sea.”

You can explain away anything I suppose.

Sept 11, 2012 – A stretch of China’s mighty Yangtze River, near the city of Chongqing, has turned an alarming shade of red.


November 27 , 2012 – Tourists at Australia’s Bondi Beach were surprised to see what looked like blood-soaked water heading their way this week. Bondi Beach is a popular tourists destination around Sydney Australia, but the area had to be closed after a huge algal bloom took over some of the area’s waters.



Jul 26, 2012 – Scientists and citizens are baffled as the waters of the   close to Berdyansk village in mid-July, according to article published online by EnglishRussia.





8-9-2012 – A lake in the Camargue in southern France — a river delta where the Rhône meets the sea — has turned blood red, and scientists believe that the change in hue is due to a natural phenomenon, the New York Daily News reports.



4-12-2013 – Slovakia – Myjava river in Slovakia has trued blood red overnight.

‘I just could not believe my eyes,’ he said. ‘The river was dark red. It was like something from a horror film. Blood cascading through the centre of town, said a resident, Roman Podbrezova, 65.


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