Water recedes for as far as the eyes can see after Hurricane Irma leaves Long Island, Bahamas

After Brazil and Uruguay, Irma took all the ocean waters in Long Island, Bahamas.

Bible prophecies are being played out right in the Caribbean.

Kelly Johnson wirtes on the shared video: Long Island, Bahamas ! There is no more ocean ! As far as the eye can see . And they don’t know where it went ! Wow …. Irma is more powerful than people think ! Be safe guys . P.S. This is not me filming ….. Update: Long Island has the all clear .. The sea is gradually coming back! Praise God….
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There is no more water in Long Island, Bahamas. Hurricane Irma made the water disappear.
Charlotte Saunders Ferguson adds to her video: “GOD IRMA All THE OCEAN WATERS SHE TOOK THE OCEAN, IN LONG ISLAND IN THE BAHAMAS, bible prophecies being played out right here and now it’s like when God opened the red sea for Moses to cross with our people the original Hebrews,let my people Go. # where’s all the sharks, wales & other wild sea life, God is amazingly powerful.”

Here a plausible explanation:

It is interesting to note that water receding was also detected along beaches of Guatemala, ater the M8.1 earthquake hit Mexico on September 7, 2017.

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The atlantic ocean receded after the M8.1 earthquake in Guatemala, before a tsunami wave hit the beach.  via Twitter
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The sea disappeared in Guatemala after the m8.1 earthquake hit Mexico.  via Twitter
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It seems that the same giant receding phenomenon is occurring in the Bahamas after the passage of Irma. via Twitter

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