With all the buzz about 12/21/12 I though we should take a look at the most famous future seers of prophecy who ever lived, Nostradamus. I originally saw this classic movie when it came out back in 1981 and its still timely, and It is still just as good today as it was then. Actually better because in ’81 I had to pay. Now it’s Free. Great historical, well researched documentary with one of the greatest voices of the 20th century narrating, Orson Welles. Enjoy!. . . EDITOR
Hoax, accident, deliberate crime or prophecy?” (Revelation 16:4 “Then the third angel poured out his bowl on the rivers and springs of water, and they became blood.”.) Strange times we live in. . . EDITOR
February 16, 2012 – LEBANON – The Beirut River mysteriously turned blood red Wednesday after a stream of unidentified red liquid began pouring from the southern bank of the river in Furn al-Shubbak. The source of the liquid had yet to be determined Wednesday evening, as the river continued to empty the red-colored water into the Mediterranean Sea. Government and local officials rushed to the scene at the Chevrolet crossing of Furn al-Shubbak Wednesday morning in an attempt to locate the sewage canal that was dumping the red-colored water but they were unable to locate the source. . . Read Complete Report
Of course, it happened in Texas first (where else BUT Texas? . . . EDITOR (Texan)
A Texas lake that turned blood-red this summer may not be a sign of the End Times, but probably is the end of a popular fishing and recreation spot.
A drought has left the OC Fisher Reservoir in San Angelo State Park in West Texas almost entirely dry. The water that is left is stagnant, full of dead fish — and a deep, opaque red.
The color has some apocalypse believers suggesting that OC Fisher is an early sign of the end of the world, but Texas Parks and Wildlife Inland Fisheries officials say the bloody look is the result of Chromatiaceae bacteria, which thrive in oxygen-deprived water.
“It’s just heartbreaking,” said Charles Cruz, a fish and wildlife technician with Texas Parks and Wildlife in San Angelo, Tex.