вторник, 24 ноября 2015 г.



“And the second angel poured out his vial upon the sea; and it became as the blood of a dead man: and every living soul died in the sea.
And the third angel poured out his vial upon the rivers and fountains of waters; and they became blood“ (Revelation 16: 3,4).
Redness of the waters in the seas, rivers and oceans will be caused by immersion into the water atoms of the particles of Higher Planes, which have, as we know, a high level of energy.
Because of this, the hydrogen atoms will reduce their gravity - Gravity Field. And so their shine (in liquid and solid state) will change to red color.
Why hydrogen glistens in the composition of liquids and solids? Because of this, in this state it has more gravity. And so its surface is covered with a thick layer of free photons. They strongly reflect the incident light. Because of this, there is shine. For example, water or ice glitters.
But when gravity of hydrogen is reduced, the layer of free photons accumulated on the surface becomes thin. And besides, the atom of hydrogen begins weaker to hold red photons that have constant Field of Repulsion. Because of this, any collision of photon, which fell on the atom, transmits additional energy to red photons, allowing them to leave the atom.
I.e. red photons, when the gravity is weakening, leave the atom first. Therefore, hydrogen in this state turns red, and all water along with it. Water becomes like blood.
A similar effect we can observe in iron of hemoglobin. Oxygen affects on the iron, transferring additional photons. They reduce the Gravity Field of the iron. And iron becomes red, although it usually glitters.

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