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Dead Sea pool turns BLOOD RED where Bible says God sent angels to destroy Sodom and Gomorrah

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Dead Sea pool turns BLOOD in mystery in region where Bible says God sent angels to destroy Sodom and Gomorrah for the sins of their inhabitants

  • The pool is located in modern-day Jordan, but in the biblical region of Moab
  • Authorities have not yet determined the cause of the disturbing color change
  • Some believe it has to do with algae or the presence of iron oxide
  • Others have pointed the finger at the Jordanian government for pollution
  • Blood-red waters have great religious significance as one of the 10 plagues that Moses cast on the Pharaoh of Egypt to free Jewish slaves in the Old Testament
  • The legendary cities of Sodom and Gomorrah are also said to have stood in Moab before God destroyed them because of the “wickedness” of their inhabitants










A pool of water near the Dead Sea in the biblical region of Moab – present-day Jordan – is mysteriously colored blood red.

Water from the red lagoon just inside the Jordanian border is being sampled by workers from the Jordanian Ministry of Water and Irrigation to determine the cause of the disturbing phenomenon that remains unexplained.

The images have caused a furore on social media, with blood-red water having a lot of significance in the Old Testament as one of the 10 plagues that Moses cast on the Pharaoh of Egypt to free the Jews from slavery.

The eastern shore of the Dead Sea, where the blood-red pond is located, also happens to be where the two legendary cities of Sodom and Gomorrah once stood before they were supposedly destroyed by God for their “wickedness.”

A pool of water near the Dead Sea in the biblical region of Moab – present-day Jordan – has mysteriously turned blood red

Water from the red lagoon just inside the Jordanian border is sampled by workers from the Jordanian Ministry of Water and Irrigation to determine the cause of the disturbing phenomenon that remains unexplained

The eastern shore of the Dead Sea, where the blood-red pond is located, also happens to be where the two legendary cities of Sodom and Gomorrah once stood before they were supposedly destroyed by God for their

The eastern shore of the Dead Sea, where the blood-red pond is located, also happens to be where the two legendary cities of Sodom and Gomorrah once stood before they were supposedly destroyed by God for their “wickedness” (pictured: Sodom and Gomorrah ablaze, by Jacob Jacobsz)

The head of the Al-Karak Council’s Water and Agriculture Committee, Fathi Al-Huwaimel, said authorities have been contacted to work to identify the source of the water.

But while the cause of the mysterious crimson waters remains unknown for now, according to Jordanian ministry spokesman Omar Salameh, a few theories have been posited as to why a lagoon isolated from freshwater can suddenly change color.

Director of Agriculture in the Southern Jordan Valley, Yassin al-Kasasbeh, told Roya News that this phenomenon is found in ponds close to seas due to the presence of a certain type of bacteria and red algae that like salinity, which changes color with the presence of sunlight.

But this doesn’t explain why the water suddenly turned red while other pools didn’t show the same phenomenon, especially given that the region experiences sunny skies almost all year round.

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Other officials told Israel Today that the presence of iron oxide in the water could explain the strange color change, but again did not explain how the iron oxide might have been introduced into the pool or why the color change occurred. fast.

Meanwhile, Sakhr Al-Nusour, the head of the Jordanian Geologists Syndicate, told Al Ghad News that the red color could have been caused by the addition of substances by humans.

This view was shared by many Jordanians who accused the government of hiding a source of pollution or using the pool as a dumping ground for waste chemicals.

Like a great body of salt water, the shores of the Dead Sea glisten with crystallized sodium chloride

Like a great body of salt water, the shores of the Dead Sea glisten with crystallized sodium chloride

The Dead Sea is a salt lake in the Judean desert in southern Israel, bordered on the east by Jordan

The Dead Sea is a salt lake in the Judean desert in southern Israel, bordered on the east by Jordan

The high salinity means the water is incredibly rich in minerals and the health benefits of bathing in the Dead Sea have long been touted, although it is so salty that the water cannot support marine life

The high salinity means the water is incredibly rich in minerals and the health benefits of bathing in the Dead Sea have long been touted, although it is so salty that the water cannot support marine life

The Dead Sea is a salt lake in the Judean desert in southern Israel, bordered on the east by Jordan.

With its origins dating back to some four million years ago, it is one of the saltiest bodies of water on Earth and the lowest point on Earth.

The high salinity – well over 30% – means the water is incredibly rich in minerals and the health benefits of bathing in the Dead Sea have long been touted, although it is so salty that the water cannot support marine life.

However, the Dead Sea has shrunk dramatically in recent years, most likely due to climate change.

It is now about 31 miles long and 9 miles wide at its widest point, but IIt is estimated that the water level of the Dead Sea has dropped by more than 100 feet (30 meters) since the 1950s and is now falling at a rate of about 2 meters per year.

Water that turns red is seen in both Judaism and Islam as a sign of divine punishment through plagues.

Traditional Jewish sources have long taught that the 10 plagues God used to defeat ancient Egypt will reappear just before the Messianic redemption.

Last year, the Alexander River turned blood red as blood from slaughterhouses in the West Bank poured into the river, according to the Society for the Protection of Nature in Israel.

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