This is Chapter 32 of my book Fever Rising that examines the effects of Hydrogen Sulfide poisoning on us humans, as well as new diseases that are
arising that could cause a zombie-like outbreak. To go back over the other chapters, here is a link to the last chapter which has a link at the
beginning going back to the other threads.
Chemtrails: Spraying to Fix the Atmosphere?
Chapter 32: Awaiting the Zombie Apocalypse
There are two possibilities to the coming zombie apocalypse, not that something like this is inevitable. I’m just saying that when examined, the
real threat exists. One is via hydrogen sulfide poisoning and the other is by virus. The hydrogen sulfide scenario would only infect a person or group
of persons who may be caught in a plume and receive a specific size doze, which was explained in the hydrogen sulfide facts chapter. Too much hydrogen
sulfide poisoning would skip the neurological damage that would result in Tourette-like symptoms and simply kill a person, while too little wouldn’t
have such a drastic effect.
There have been varied cases lately about persons acting out like raving lunatics, or zombies, and attacking other people or animals, just as there
are attacks on humans by animals. I’ll take a look at a few of these cases and examine both, hydrogen sulfide and virus. Both, by the way, are
results of the over all theory presented in this book…dangerous levels of methane and hydrogen sulfide gases. The cause of viral attacks on
neurological systems, like rabies, is explained in Chapter 15, the section describing the relationship between these gases and mutating viruses.
First, let’s talk about the virus mutations. There have been several news stories lately that should be of concern. The latest involved rabid foxes
in Stanhope, NJ. The foxes in their community are apparently attacking and chasing people and pets. Officials gathered up five foxes, and of those
five, four of them tested positive for rabies, which they say is "highly unusual."
Unusual rabies outbreak hits New Jersey town
Star Ledger, Sept. 11, 2013
By Joe Moczyznski
The rabies-infected animals were among five foxes destroyed by police and tested after they had charged two police officers and people walking
their dogs in the vicinity of Lake Musconetcong.
One woman was bitten on both ankles and her dog was also bitten by a fox today on Musconetcong Road. Her dog was one of two that bitten last week,
“This is unusual, four out of five is unusual. It’s an anomaly” Sussex County health administrator Herb Yardley said.
Stanhope police destroyed a fox on Monday after it was “chasing people around” at a park near Lake Musconetcong, Police Chief Steven Pittigher
Police are being especially vigilant about the possibility of rabid foxes in the area, said Pittigher.
The police in Stanhope said they will destroy any animal that shows signs of the disease. They warned residents to watch for any of the following
behaviors and notify them immediately;
• Overly aggressive
• Not afraid of people
• Infrequent movement
• It falls over while standing or walking
• It walks or runs in circles
A woman and her dog were also bitten and she underwent treatment for her injuries. The dog was already vaccinated so officials said that the dog only
had to be quarantined for 45 days rather than 6 months. The police said that in Stanhope they will destroy any animal that exhibits signs of disease
and are telling residents to get their animals vaccinated. Sounds like zombie foxes to me.
According to witnesses, a mass-bird die-off developed in Moscow during the summer of 2013 among pigeons who acted like “zombies” just before
dying. The Russian federal agency for veterinarian services came out and said that it was Newcastle Disease, a disease that is transmissible to
humans, but then within days the media and government downplayed the incident claiming that the pigeons only had salmonella and posed no threat to
humans. A little side note; they posed no threat as long as you steered clear of them, disinfect any area you find a dead bird, and keep children from
contacting them. All the warnings, but yet the birds posed no threat to humans.
The Newcastle Disease among humans can cause mild conjunctivitis and flu-like symptoms.
Around the same time as the zombie pigeons an even more compelling story of angry beavers on the attack made headlines. They didn’t attribute this
particular attack to disease, but what then is causing such wild aggression out of these animals, something that experts have never seen before.
Fisherman dies as increasingly aggressive beavers attack people in Belarus
Fox News, May 29, 2013
The fisherman wanted his photo shot with a beaver. The beaver had other ideas: It attacked the 60-year-old man with razor-sharp teeth, slicing an
artery and causing him to bleed to death.
It was the most serious in a string of beaver attacks on humans in Belarus, as the rodents have turned increasingly aggressive when confronted by
humans after wandering near homes, shops and schools.
"The character of the wound was totally shocking for us medical professionals," recalled village doctor Leonty Sulim. "We had never run into anything
like this before."
The Belarusian emergency services said that this year, for the first time, they have received a rash of reports of aggression by beavers, which can
weigh up to 30 kilograms (about 65 pounds) and stand about a meter (three feet) high. Officials have responded to some calls by sending out crews to
drive away the animals, often by spraying them with water from a fire-hose.
Granted, this fisherman made a fatal mistake, as the story goes on to say that he wanted his picture taken with the beaver and he even went so far as
to try and grab the beaver. The fact remains that beavers are "angry" and attacks are on the rise.
There were five bear attacks in three days in August of 2013 in the US. All nature officials said is that they were surprised by the unusual amount of
bear attacks. Yosemite National Park reports that bear attacks are up 64% from last year at the park.
One man was mauled in remote Alaska, 300 miles from anywhere. It took 36 hours to get to the critically wounded man by helicopter. A 12-year old girl
in Michigan was attacked by an angry black bear in Michigan who she came face to face with when she was out for a jog. She survived the attack.
Yosemite National Park also reported an attack by a female black bear that was protecting her cubs.
Black bears are normally a passive bear. I grew up in the north woods of Wisconsin, woods that were habitat for black bears and I don’t ever recall
an attack anywhere by a black bear. Five in three days! What is causing these black bears to attack?
Also, from a story in my neck of the woods, the first known attack by a wolf on a human in Minnesota history occurred near Duluth, August 28 of 2013.
A wolf attacking a human is so rare that there have only been two other cases in recent decades, one in northern Canada and the other in Alaska.
That’s just how frighteningly rare something like this is.
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