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A River just outside of Russia’s Arctic city of Norilsk has mysteriously turned blood red.
A River in Siberia, just outside of Russia’s Arctic city of Norilsk has mysteriously turned blood red. Authorities have launched an investigation into the matter, while locals remain puzzled at the sight.
In Revelation 16:4 – “And the third Angel poured out his vial upon the rivers and fountains of waters, and they became blood.” – humanity is told of the coming blood rivers. While the world is not yet at this period in prophecy, it could be understood that the river in Siberia turning to blood is a sign of things to come.
Rivers do not naturally turn to blood, and no the weatherman cannot explain this phenomenon away. However, according to Russia’s Ministry of Natural Resources and Ecology, there have been reports of river pollution with an unidentified chemical substance.
Located on the river, is Norilsk Nickel plant, the world’s largest producer of nickel and palladium; and the company has so far denied the allegations that their plant polluted the river.
“As of today, the polar division of the [Norilsk Nickel] company cannot confirm any leakage or accidental discharge of industrial waste into the Daldykan River, which could have affected the river’s state,” the company said in a press release.
Shockingly, the company’s press service told the news agency, RIA Novosti, that the river’s color right now is actually its natural one.