The Mexican Gulf Crisis is deepening…

Some people are basically saying that this an apocalyptic even citing such verses as:

Rev 8:8  And the second angel sounded the trumpet: and, as it were, a great mountain, burning with fire, was cast into the sea. And the third part of the sea became blood.

And when you see pictures such as these…

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You begin to wonder!

Anyway, here are some latest things about this most horrific disaster. It’s not only ocean based but also there’s some evidence of toxic rain clouds that’s damaging crops. Methane gas and high levels of toxicity has been found in the air that people are breathing. There is talk about a massive sink hole that could happen around the area where this oil is forcing its way out.

Check out these sites and pray!

BP oil spill Corexit dispersants suspected in widespread crop damage

A mysterious “disease” has caused widespread damage to plants from weeds to farmed organic and conventionally grown crops. There is very strong suspicion that ocean winds have blown Corexit aerosol plumes or droplets and that dispersants have caused the unexplained widespread damage or “disease”.

Planned Evacuation of 18 Gulf Coast Cities

For more than a week now, there are whispers of an eventual mass evacuation from the Gulf coast. (See HERE, for example.) Now the Wayne Madsen Report has joined the chorus.

Apocalypse in the Gulf: Could a Sinkhole Swallow the Deepwater Horizon Well

BP has confirmed that the failed blowout preventer (BOP) on its Deepwater Horizon well in the Gulf of Mexico is tilting sideways at an acute angle 12 to 15 degrees from perpendicular. Geologists and petroleum engineers are now debating the worst case scenario: growing evidence that the Macondo discovery well’s casings beneath the ocean floor have been irreversibly damaged, possibly to such an extent that it may be impossible to cap the well.

Methane in Gulf "astonishingly high": U.S. scientist

(Reuters) – As much as 1 million times the normal level of methane gas has been found in some regions near the Gulf of Mexico oil spill, enough to potentially deplete oxygen and create a dead zone, U.S. scientists said on Tuesday.

 

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