Trend Update: Blood Red Daldykan River, Norilsk, Russia, September 2016

Revelation 16:4 Then the third angel poured out his bowl into the rivers and the springs of waters; and they became blood.

The idea of blood red bodies of water takes place in the book of Revelation on a massive global scale. Initially in Revelation 8, a third of the sea is affected. Chapter 8 is in the middle third of events in the Tribulation. Eventually in Revelation 16, all the bodies of water are affected. Chapter 16 is in the last third of events in the seven year period.

As of September 7, 2016, we are not in the Tribulation. If we are, please name the antichrist.

Dateline Norilsk, Russia: The Daldykan River has turned a beautiful shade of red.

The river runs close to the Nadezhda Metallurgical Factory. The factory is run by Norilsk Nickel. This is the world’s largest producer of nickel and palladium. It is suspected iron ore in the ground has altered the river’s color. Industrial waste is a possible culprit.

Norilsk Nickel has denied any industrial spills or activity related to the changing of the color of the river.

Russia’s natural resources and environment ministry is investigating complaints of an unknown chemical pollution, possibly caused by a “break in a Norilsk Nickel slurry pipe”…allegedly…

Norilsk, Russia has made Time Magazines most polluted places in the world. The following is from Time.

Norilsk was founded in 1935 as a Siberian slave labor camp, and life there has pretty much gone downhill since. Home to the world’s largest heavy metal smelting complex, more than 4 million tons of cadmium, copper, lead, nickel, arsenic, selenium and zinc are released into the air every year. Air samples exceed the maximum allowance for both copper and nickel, and mortality from respiratory diseases is much higher than in Russia as a whole. “Within 30 miles (48 km) of the nickel smelter there’s not a single living tree,” says Fuller. “It’s just a wasteland.” –Bryan Walsh, Time Magazine.

https://www.theguardian.com/world/2016/sep/07/investigation-ordered-russia-daldykan-river-turns-red-norilsk

http://content.time.com/time/specials/2007/article/0,28804,1661031_1661028_1661022,00.html

This is one of the nastiest places on the planet. But, the water is still red. That does not explain it away.

 

 

3 Responses to “Trend Update: Blood Red Daldykan River, Norilsk, Russia, September 2016”

  1. http://www.bbc.com/news/world-europe-37345105

    The world’s biggest nickel producer has admitted a spillage at one of its plants was responsible for a river in the Russian Arctic turning blood-red.

    Norilsk Nickel says that heavy rains on 5 September caused a “filtration dam” at its Nadezhda plant to overflow into the Daldykan river.

    However, it says there is no danger to people or wildlife.

    The company had flatly denied it was responsible when images of the red river near Norilsk emerged last week.

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  2. Some journalists have written that Norilsk is a horrible place to live, almost like living in hell. Most of them haven’t been in my city neither have spoken with anybody that lives here. Or some just stay here for some days, take pictures of the worst spots of my city and then insist that the rest is just like that. I must acknowledge that living under Norilsk’s weather conditions could be impossible for a lot of people, but I have found Home in here. And like me, thousands of people call Norilsk their home. There are a lot of things going on in here, like the Nickel plant that is shutting down this year. This plant was the major source of air pollution within the urban limits and its shutdown will undoubtedly improve my life quality and all the other inhabitants of Norilsk.

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    • Thank you for taking the time to respond to the post. It is much appreciated. I hope and pray you, your family, and fellow citizens of Norilsk find improved quality of life and cleaner air in 2017. Bundle up, I can’t imagine living in that kind of cold! Be careful and take care. Thanks for reading and taking the time to comment.

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