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    Re: 5000 Dead Birds?

    Post  AscendingStarseed on Mon Jan 31, 2011 5:06 pm

    Normal or not, it's still creepy...that guy reminded me of the Hitchcock movie "The Birds"

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    Post  mudra on Mon Jan 31, 2011 5:31 pm

    AscendingStarseed wrote:Normal or not, it's still creepy...that guy reminded me of the Hitchcock movie "The Birds"


    I agree with you AscendingStarseed.
    I think that's exactly what he wanted it to look like.

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    Post  AscendingStarseed on Tue Feb 01, 2011 5:19 am

    Wasn't sure where to put this one, could go under Earth Changes thread too. This "alleged" top secret document is rather short, and it's incomplete information because the document stops abruptly when it moves into encrypted data. But what it covers, if true may be at least one of the reasons for the mass bird and fish kills.

    On that note, I highly recommend Kerry Cassidy's interview last week with Brooks Agnew. In addition to discussing aspects of Nibiru and other incoming planetary bodies, he talked about the movement of the North pole and how this speeds up preceding a pole shift. As well as his input on the mass kills.

    ends with a cliff hanger too...
    http://www.ayess.com/HighRisk/ImmEarthThreat.pdf



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    Re: 5000 Dead Birds?

    Post  Mercuriel on Tue Feb 01, 2011 5:24 am

    Above Document unreadable.

    Blink


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    Post  AscendingStarseed on Tue Feb 01, 2011 5:45 am

    sorry merc, actually you're right because 90% is blacked out!! Now also let me state I don't know if this is true or not, all I could find after a short search on Andrew Vallee was at these links.

    http://www.ayess.com/

    http://www.ayess.com/NAS.htm

    Now, considering the line of work he's in it appears he would have access to government data on the plausibility and/or planning for upcoming natural disasters.

    Here's the readable part of the document:

    Magnetic Polar Shift Assessment Overview
    Largest Modern Day Immediate Threat
    to All Land Based Life Forms
    & Low Depth Marine Life

    Copyright (c) 2001 Andrew Vallee

    The following document was requested to be moved to Classified Status level R6 clearance and is no
    longer available for public access. The full 318 page document has been moved to another secure
    location as specified below.

    Overview

    With the increasing activity in Earth Magnetic field shift the risks of land based and shallow water life
    forms (Est. Up to 100m dirty & 500m clear in depth) could be at risk of extinction as this activity intensifies.
    Numerous scientific studies show the earth is about 500,000 years over due for the full shift of magneto
    strength which should now be at the south pole.

    Threats to Life & Estimated Order

    Ozone depletion - During this process the earth will also go through an elasticity effect on the ozone
    that surrounds the earth creating widening holes that will come and go with time. With Careful study
    of directional movement of the magnetic pole shift it would allow countries that are most South Bound
    such as Australia and North Bound Such as Russia to experience the first waves of large holes within
    Ozone depletion over their land masses head increasing the environmental issues with weather patterns
    that could make things extreme for crop development along with the increased cancer rates that should
    follow and the strains on amphibious life forms in those regions.

    The overall threat to all land based life and shallow water life rests on the long term exposure to
    radiation that is expected to appear randomly at first then widen in scope to a point where it will
    become impossible to find area's on the planet where land will be able to sustain a viable crop to
    provide food for life. Many life forms could be forced to extinction sooner such as bees, birds and
    other aquatic life that rely directly or indirectly on the earths magnetic field. Forcing many to be
    misguided in travels birds flying to high and dropping from the sky due to oxygen deficiency, bees
    unable to find their way back to hives. Underwater life could be forced to swim aground in masses to
    move away from the massive pulse waves created by the increasing levels of underwater earth quakes
    and volcanic activity.

    Van Allen radiation belt 250,000 years this has not happened in around 750,000 years now. The
    notification by Nasa to FEMA and {classified encryption start here}
    hsdyifbg;sdkjhcvudksgbfyhsdjkfbns;hkfbf
    uydsgifusdiufyhivysgbL AYDT 6EBFPDICUTg87 fuibv;k b



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    Re: 5000 Dead Birds?

    Post  Mercuriel on Tue Feb 01, 2011 5:50 am

    Ei Yei Yei...

    Time to get out in that Sun then LOL. TY for posting what You could of the Doc.

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    Re: 5000 Dead Birds?

    Post  newel on Tue Feb 01, 2011 9:32 pm

    metaw3 wrote:The guy from Qubec who saw 80 pigeons dropping dead on his property. Authorities told him not to contact the medias so he did it (in French):
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wMQtjP0-3ls

    The results are in on this one: the birds were poisoned with Fenthion.
    http://www.radio-canada.ca/regions/Quebec/2011/02/01/007-pigeons-mapaq-st-augustin.shtml
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    Post  AscendingStarseed on Tue Feb 01, 2011 9:43 pm

    The Native American Indians advise to watch the animals behavior, they know when somethings coming or is not right in the environment. Thousands of sharks migrating off Treasure Coast...

    For some reason the embed code has been disabled...
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    Post  Mercuriel on Tue Feb 01, 2011 11:29 pm



    Its Working for Me...

    Huh ?


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    Post  newel on Wed Feb 02, 2011 9:59 am

    Edit: Never mind it's a prank:
    http://translate.google.com/translate?u=http%3A//www.rtvnoord.nl/nieuws/nieuws.asp%3Fpid%3D98151&hl=en&langpair=auto|en&tbb=1&ie=ISO-8859-1

    Somebody in the Netherlands catched a glimpse of them actually falling today:


    At 0:04, you can see and hear 2 birds hitting the ground at exactly the same time, same speed.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cy896hXHTrk

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    Re: 5000 Dead Birds?

    Post  AscendingStarseed on Fri Feb 04, 2011 1:01 am

    Avian virus outbreaks- Hundreds of pigeons dying in Geneva, Switzerland

    February 2, 2011 by The Extinction Protocol

    February 2, 2011 - Geneva, Switzerland – A deadly virus is killing what may be hundreds of pigeons and turtledoves around Geneva, particularly in the commune of Carouge. Health authorities advised people in an alert published 31 January not to touch any dead birds to avoid spreading the disease to other ones. The virus is not dangerous to humans or other animals, and the scale of the problem is not a health nuisance, nor have the birds been poisoned, authorities were quick to reassure. The pigeon population may be reduced in the short term but it will rebuild as the virus dies out naturally. Health authorities say the virus, which is often lethal, affects only pigeons and turtledoves, but they recommend that people avoid touching sick or dead birds. Geneva has a law against feeding birds, but the city is insisting that for the sake of the pigeons, people must restrain from feeding them now, as the virus spreads most easily when the birds flock together. Feeding encourages them to concentrate in small areas. Some research has shown that bird droppings are the main form of the virus spreading in areas where birds are concentrated. Researchers at the University of Zurich have identified it as pigeon paramyxovirus-1, which causes neurological problems: tremors of the head or wings, difficulties landing, a stiff neck, loss of sense of orientation and difficulty feeding. In very rare cases a pigeon may become more aggressive towards other birds.” -Geneva Lunch

    Japan – H5N1 spreading
    – MIYAZAKI (Kyodo) The Miyazaki Prefectural Government said Tuesday that 191 chickens died at a poultry farm in the city of Miyazaki and that six of the seven dead birds tested positive for avian influenza in a preliminary exam. Officials decided to launch more detailed examinations on the six dead birds to confirm whether they were infected with bird flu. It would be the prefecture’s seventh outbreak. In Tottori Prefecture, meanwhile, officials said the highly virulent strain of the H5N1 virus was detected in two wild birds that tested positive for avian flu in earlier tests. The infection, involving a tufted duck and hooded gull found in a weakened state in Yonago last month, marks the second outbreak of a highly virulent strain of bird flu in Tottori this winter. -Japan Times
    http://theextinctionprotocol.wordpress.com/2011/02/02/avian-virus-outbreaks-hundreds-of-pigeons-dying-in-geneva-switzerland/

    Thousands of dead fish found in Lake Erie

    Posted on January 30, 2011 by The Extinction Protocol
    January 30, 2011 – DETROIT – Officials say cold weather and a fish virus likely are to blame for thousands of dead gizzard shad found recently in Lakes Erie and St. Clair, the St. Clair River and the Detroit River. The Detroit Free Press and The Detroit News report that the weather and viral hemorrhagic septicemia, or VHS, are suspected in the fish deaths. Researchers from Michigan State University and the University of Toledo took samples of dead shad Thursday and Friday that showed signs of the fish virus. Shad deaths are typical in the winter. It’s expected to take a month to determine whether the fish had VHS. Although not dangerous for humans, the virus has previously caused large fish kills in Lakes Ontario, Erie and Huron. It also has turned up in Lake Michigan. -Mlive

    They caught a cold? Fish that live in Lake Erie are acclimated to freezing cold water or they wouldn't live there!
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    Post  AscendingStarseed on Sun Feb 06, 2011 1:05 am

    Am I the only one who thinks this is strange...both the production and the facts at they are presented.



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    Post  AscendingStarseed on Mon Feb 07, 2011 4:00 pm

    Fish in Florida


    Crabs in Hermosa Beach, CA

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    Post  AscendingStarseed on Wed Feb 09, 2011 3:05 am

    1000+ DEAD STARLINGS, raw unreported, Feb.5,2011 Fort Scott, Kansas

    Some birds are run over, and buried, some are on top, and it snowed last night. Some died on the second or third, and some died on the fifth. I drove both sides of the hwy for 3 miles, most of them were on the one side, and crows were eating them.
    People sure have'nt responded much about these "things" dropping dead. We have only seen news reported animal, bird, and fish deaths, and my videos are the only ones that you'll find. Where are all the raw vid's of death?




    This guy has a great rant toward the EPA on the decline of the bee colony's

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    Re: 5000 Dead Birds?

    Post  mudra on Fri Feb 11, 2011 3:26 pm

    Hundreds of dead birds discovered in Lake Charles
    Updated: Feb 11, 2011 1:53 AM


    LAKE CHARLES, LA (KPLC-TV) – The Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries is trying to figure out what caused the death of hundreds of birds in south Lake Charles.

    The birds were discovered on Thursday morning.

    More than 100 birds were scattered across Lake Street between Gauthier and Tank Farm Road; another hundred were found on Lincoln Road, about a mile away.

    read on : http://www.kplctv.com/Global/story.asp?S=14005986

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    Post  mudra on Fri Feb 11, 2011 3:28 pm

    Mystery bird deaths: 'Poison not to blame'
    By Abigail Hartevelt
    Feb 10, 2011


    http://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/news/article.cfm?c_id=1&objectid=10705378

    A Rotorua pest controller says it's unlikely hundreds of birds found dead in the city recently were poisoned with the pest control agent alphachoralose.

    About 200 of the birds fell from the trees and died near Rotorua Central Mall and another 200 were found dead by the nearby skate park on Ranolf St after Auckland Anniversary Weekend.

    Rotorua SPCA manager Nicola Martin said the deaths of the birds were consistent with having been poisoned with commonly used pest control agent alphachoralose.

    However, Chris Brunel of Bay Pest Services Rotorua said it was unlikely as the weather was too hot. The poison, which could be laced in grain, acted on the nervous system and resulted in hypothermia.

    Mr Brunel said the strength of the poison which could be purchased over the counter at farming stores would have a very slow effect on birds and it was likely there would have been reports from people seeing distressed birds, rather than dead birds.

    He said if someone got hold of the full strength alphachoralose, it would work a lot quicker.


    However, the only people who had access to that were registered pest control technicians and suppliers kept records of purchases.

    Mr Brunel said cyanide worked a lot quicker than alphachoralose, but there would be evidence of that in the carcasses. If he had seen the birds he would have been able to tell if they had been poisoned, he said.

    While some people believed it could have been the stormy weather which hit Rotorua over Auckland Anniversary weekend that killed the birds, Ms Martin said she did not think that was the case.

    "We have storms all the time and nothing like that happens."

    The bodies were wet and decaying when the SPCA collected them so necropsies could not be carried out, meaning it could not be established with certainty how they died.

    Ms Martin was at a loss to explain why anyone would want to kill the harmless creatures.

    "I'm assuming the birds have caused annoyance of some kind ...

    "It's just a bizarre happening and there has to be a reason and someone has to know what happened. I would say more than one person actually."

    She said SPCA had had a "general look around" but they couldn't do anything more until they received further information. Ms Martin urged anyone with any information or who saw anything suspicious during that weekend to contact the SPCA.

    Meanwhile, poisoned grain is killing sparrows in Whakatane with Jubilee Cres resident Karen Greenfield discovering 32 dead sparrows at her property recently. An autopsy of one of the birds found four seeds of wheat that had been laced with some kind of poison. additional reporting NZPA

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    Post  newel on Fri Feb 11, 2011 7:06 pm

    Carnegie Museum of Natural History ornithologist dies in car crash


    Livezey was a world-renowned ornithologist whose wide range of research included the evolution of flightless birds, ecology and behavior of steamer ducks, and the genetic analysis of birds and avian disorders, according to his resume on the Carnegie Museum of Natural History website.

    Read more: Carnegie Museum's birds curator killed in Pine accident - Pittsburgh Tribune-Review http://www.pittsburghlive.com/x/pittsburghtrib/news/pittsburgh/s_721990.html#ixzz1DhbVEaaE


    Mr. Livezey was considered one of the top bird anatomists in the world.

    Read more: http://www.post-gazette.com/pg/11040/1123992-53.stm#ixzz1DhbQTe4y
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    Post  mudra on Sat Feb 12, 2011 3:41 am

    [quote="metaw3"]Carnegie Museum of Natural History ornithologist dies in car crash



    Mr. Livezey was considered one of the top bird anatomists in the world.

    Read more: http://www.post-gazette.com/pg/11040/1123992-53.stm#ixzz1DhbQTe4y

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    Post  burgundia on Sat Feb 12, 2011 3:42 am

    [quote="mudra"]
    metaw3 wrote:Carnegie Museum of Natural History ornithologist dies in car crash



    Mr. Livezey was considered one of the top bird anatomists in the world.

    Read more: http://www.post-gazette.com/pg/11040/1123992-53.stm#ixzz1DhbQTe4y

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    Post  mudra on Sat Feb 12, 2011 3:45 am

    FLORIDA West Coast Bird Anomaly Friday Morning
    Saturday, 12 February 2011


    http://bigwobblenews.blogspot.com/2011/02/florida-west-coast-bird-anomaly-friday.html

    Strange thing early Friday morning.
    In Florida, Southern West Coast.
    Woke up and walked about the house, kept hearing loud, really loud noises sounding like a Cell Phone on vibrate mode on a metal cabinet. Couldn't locate in the house, looked outside and birds were going nuts, flying every direction in a craze like Alfred Hitchcocks "Birds" movie.

    It was frickin insane. Our cat, a normally quiet seldom meows kind of cat, was bellowing loud, and was freaking out at the birds outside. So I stepped outside and discovered the noise, Birds zipping everywhere almost nailing me a few dozen times, a swarm of them, thousands.

    The Noise was the birds flying up under the eves of the house, and wings fluttering wildly against the aluminum eve coverings. They were doing this all over the house, and I could hear the same in the distance, multiple other homes doing the same thing. These homes are spred out, and the noise was coming at different levels all directions. The damn things were doing the same to the sheetmetal vents and gable venting on top of the house.

    These birds seemed very spooked and were going buck wild. It was weird to think that it appeared like they were alerting us indoors, same as the cat. I thought great, doom is here and I havn't got enough coffee down yet.
    (Birds were not mating or pre mating either, just freaked)

    So this bird thing, and the thousands that were nutting up, went on for about an hour straight.

    Then they split, to who knows were. A bit later at the market I could hear others chatting about it, big talk going on. Okay, so I wasn't seeing things. I interupted and said it was weird, and went on to tell them, I had been talking about how strange it was that we were having little to no bird population this year and last year late, just up to about a week and a half ago, and some just started to appear, very later than normal, and far fewer, and fewer breeds. They agreed on this.

    So doom didn't happen, but non the less, WTF ???
    Yeah there alot of bird news lately, and since March last year I have been following all weird bird stuff I could find. Somethings up with these creatures, and its obvious.
    Friday Morning was just plain outta hand, just like a movie. Didn't film any, I was thinking just now why I hadn't... Just didn't come to mind to do it.
    I was stuck in awe and just floored at what was going on, didn't think to grab a cam.
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    Post  lindabaker on Sat Feb 12, 2011 6:00 am

    Thanks, Mudra! Florida is just down the road from us here in Georgia. And that site: the Big Wobble...what in the world? Are they talking about the pole shift? There's a whole site about it? I'll have to dive into that one...come get me if I don't surface in a week or so, ha ha. So, here in Georgia, there is a serious lack of birds. Usually (in this dense forest) the birdsong is loud enough to be like an alarm clock at dawn. It is eerily quiet, and I hope I just have an overactive imagination. Maybe the birds have flocked to and are perching on the Georgia guidestones, hee hee. Now, that would be a photo! All of this is "tongue in cheek" because what I really know is that it is one of the signs given to us long ago from an Anishnabe shaman. She also said that the atmosphere would turn a funny green color just before the pole shift. The birds and animals would lose all sense of direction, and would be a warning to us. I'm off to find that book that detailed the steps to the pole shift. Dang, I thought we had avoided it. Linda


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    Post  AscendingStarseed on Sat Feb 12, 2011 7:25 am

    Keep us abreast of your findings Linda, everything I'm seeing is pointing towards a pole shift happening now and that we are already in the beginning stages...

    Mudra, the birds article reminded me of some videos I've been meaning to post - there's some strange things happening. One is a cheap fear mongering movie that looks like it's foreshadowing the bird kills, at this point in time it's kind of creepy. here are all kinds of videos about birds acting strangely, somethings definitely up.



    1000's of ducks




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    Post  mudra on Sat Feb 12, 2011 10:26 am

    The Big Wobble is a site created by former banned PA member Gazbom Linda.
    He covers about the same subjects as we do here in the Mists and is doing quite a good job I would say.
    Looking forward for what you have to share about this book of yours.
    There are lots of rumors of a pole shift going to take place ... Rumors are just rumors .I like to stick to what's tangible . These mass animal kills and birds dissaray are undoubtedly a sign of something going on .

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    Post  lindabaker on Sat Feb 12, 2011 10:38 am

    I feel that the pole shift is happening now, slowly. I always pray for the un-avoidable to come in a good, kind, and gentle way. I have felt a slip or a shift under my feet for several weeks now. Almost like someone pulling a rug under the feet, but very very slowly and smoothly. Why wouldn't we feel a 3 millimeter slip at one time? That's how much it feels like to me. And there are many more slips going on per day. Sometimes, I lie down and just connect to the earth and ask her to not go faster than we can handle. I sound like a nut, don't I? Crazy Happy

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    Post  burgundia on Sat Feb 12, 2011 10:48 am

    lindabaker wrote:I feel that the pole shift is happening now, slowly. I always pray for the un-avoidable to come in a good, kind, and gentle way. I have felt a slip or a shift under my feet for several weeks now. Almost like someone pulling a rug under the feet, but very very slowly and smoothly. Why wouldn't we feel a 3 millimeter slip at one time? That's how much it feels like to me. And there are many more slips going on per day. Sometimes, I lie down and just connect to the earth and ask her to not go faster than we can handle. I sound like a nut, don't I? Crazy Happy


    No Linda, you don't. Just continue like that... Very Happy

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