I have heard people explain the rivers turning red saying that this is the end time prophecy. Others are jumping to the conclusion that this is the blood of the children tortured in the child trafficking tunnels. With information so easily attainable I have become quite frustrated seeing the truther community assuming the answers without research for the real truth. We have lived in lies our entire lives, we have discovered so much truth and have decided to live truth, we never want to be lied to again. And yet there is so much misinformation floating around right now and the worst part of it all is… people are actually accepting and believing these false theories.
Below are videos about the prophecy theory.
The video below explains why the river in Russia turned red.
Below is a short video explaining why a river in Indonesia turned red.
Watch the slide show below – click on the dots for the photos to appear.
When a rock is weathered down over time, the minerals from the rock are dissolved and small pieces are released into the water causing different colors. Iron, manganese, and calcium carbonate from limestone all common minerals that can cause water to range in color from red and orange to green and blue.
Factors such as minerals, soil runoff and sediment, and even algae can cause water to vary from its natural color of blue.
The most common cause for water to change color is minerals. When a rock is weathered down over time, the minerals from the rock are dissolved and small pieces are released into the water causing different colors.
Iron, manganese, and calcium carbonate from limestone all common minerals that can cause water to range in color from red and orange to green and blue.
Sediment and soil runoff can also change water’s color – sometimes as a temporary color change after storms and sometimes permanently if the river constantly carries lots of sediment. Erosion from river banks brings soil into the river, changing the color. After heavy storms, many rivers run brown from all the runoff flowing into the river. Clay can cause rivers to be murky whiteuddy brown, or yellow.
Click on the link below explaining why a river in Russia turned red in 2016.
I have offered explanations of these rivers that have turned red, you be the judge and do your own digging, but for the love of TRUTH, research before posting or re-posting what could be false information.