Seas Of Blood in Revelation 16 Explained

In Global Meltdown Domino Effect

Event 9 – Rev. Ch. 16 V 3

We have already touched on this subject in Event 2 “Cumbre Vieja.” This phenomenon is called a “Red Tide” which is slightly odd as it has nothing to do with tides.

In the sea bed and rivers live algae called Dinoflagellates which under certain conditions can float to the surface.

Some of these algae produce harmful toxins but worse still; there is a bacteria which finds its way into the flesh of other marine life and then produce toxins that eat away at the creature from the inside.

This single cell creature is called Pfiesteria and is affectionately known as the “cell from hell”. Waters infected with Pfiesteria take on a reddish brown appearance like blood.

The conditions required to cause a bloom are: Increased pollution and an increase in temperature and or light.

Revelation Chapter 16 V 3 says:
The second angel poured out his bowl on the sea, and it turned into blood like that of a dead man, and every living thing in the sea died. (NIV)

Like Event 2 Cumbre Vieja, this event is a plague on the sea, only worse.

A book about Pfiesteria has recently been released. It is called…
“And the Waters Turned to Blood.”

This event will be triggered by previous events: Carbon Dioxide causing excessive temperatures, sea temperatures rising as a result, and excessive light trapped by clouds of Sulphuric Acid created by Yellowstone and the burning Sulphur of Event 6, and the spread of the Red Tide in the Atlantic caused by the tsunami of Cumbre Vieja.

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