Event 13 – Rev. Ch. 16 V 12 & 16
Har Megiddo. The Valley Of Armageddon
A United Nations survey recently revealed that at least half of the world’s rivers are either drying up at an alarming rate or are seriously polluted.
The Nile and Pakistan’s Indus are greatly reduced by the time they reach the sea. Some, such as the Colorado and China’s Yangtze, now rarely reach the ocean at all.
Others, such as the Jordan and the Rio Grande on the US-Mexico border, are dry for much of their length.
Even the Amazon was hit by its most serious drought on record last autumn (2005), and salmon are dying in Alaska’s Yukon River because its waters are getting too hot.
At the point at which we arrive at this event, the Euphrates like the world’s other rivers won’t be able to support life.
Revelation Chapter 16 V 12 & 16says:
The sixth angel poured out his bowl on the great river Euphrates, and its water dried up to prepare the way for the kings of the East.
Then they gathered the kings together to the place that in Hebrew is called Armageddon. (NIV)
Redsky is not a political organization, but this scripture does need some explanation.
The kings of the east would seem to refer to Iran, Syria, Iraq, Jordan, Afghanistan, Pakistan, India, Bangladesh, Malaysia and Indonesia.
They gather at Har Megiddo intent on invading Israel because they believe that the end of the world has come and also because Mohammed said, “The resurrection of the dead will not arrive until you fight the Jews and kill them.”
The United States because of the previous catastrophic events will not be in a position to either protect or help Israel in any way.
Why does the Euphrates need to dry up to allow an invasion of Israel?
The volcanic ash emitted by the previous event will make it impossible to fly aircraft or use guided weapons of any kind. The only possible mode of attack is by land and probably on horse back.
This event is similar to Event 6 “Fire Smoke and Sulphur”. In event 6, God releases a spiritual army to bring devastation. The drying up of the Euphrates will open the door for a literal army to invade Israel.
A recent UNEP report indicated that the Euphrates could dry up by 2025. We believe 2024 is more accurate.