China’s Yangtze River ‘Seeing Red’
Posted on September 19, 2012
China’s famous Yangtze River, which runs along southwestern China, turned to a bright shade of red a few days ago.
Waters from the Yangtze have slowly been getting mixed up with those from the Jialin River.
Sometime last year, Louyang City’s Jian River also turned red because, apparently, two illegal dye workshops dumped their wastes into the water, polluting the river.
Everyone is making their own guesses to explain the situation. Some even quoted the Bible saying that according to the book of Revelations (Rev. 16:4), “The third angel poured out his bowl on the rivers and springs of water. These also turned to blood.” This means that the reddening of the Yangtze river is a symbol of the nearing judgment day.