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Awaiting the Zombie Apocalypse

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posted on Apr, 6 2015 @ 09:34 AM
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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, police said.

“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 said.

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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edit on 6-4-2015 by Rezlooper because: (no reason given)




posted on Apr, 6 2015 @ 09:37 AM
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Minnesota teen suffers head wound in rare wolf attack
From Fox News, August 28, 2013
Despite a 4-inch gash on his scalp, 17 staples to close the wound and "the worst pain of his life," Graham didn't seem fazed Monday by his encounter, nor the needle that delivered a rabies shot following the attack.

"I had to reach behind me and jerk my head out of its mouth," Graham recalled. "After I got up, I was kicking at it and screaming at it and it wouldn't leave. But then after a while I got it to run away."

Graham said the attack came without warning.

"There was no sound at all. Didn't hear it. It was just all of a sudden there," he said.

Graham's girlfriend fled to her Jeep, while two other members of the camping party slept through all the screaming, kicking and fighting, he said.


Several days before this attack, campers in West Winnie Campground not too far away, said a wolf caused trouble by tearing through at least two tents, puncturing an air mattress in one. Later, a wolf approached a DNR officer a quarter-mile away from the attack on the youth. The officer fired at the wolf, but missed and he got away.

They did track down and kill a 75-pound wolf in the same campground. They ran tests to see if it was the same wolf and if it had rabies. The story above concludes with a tale about wolf acting strange and aggressive in a different campground. This really raises the hairs on your back when you think about the timing of it all. That’s why I theorize here that these attacks have every thing to do with the dangerous gases. It’s too coincidental that just a few years after the chain of events discussed in this book began, animals begin attacking and behaving with such aggression.

After testing, they claimed that the wolf shot and killed was indeed the wolf that attacked the boy and that the wolf had deformities that developed into brain damage caused by infection. They said the wolf didn’t have rabies. It acted out so strangely because of brain damage (caused by infection.) Either way, rabies or infection, this was not a normal situation in the least.

Shark attacks are also on the rise. A story from Hawaii reports that there is an alarming rise in shark attacks.

Tourist dies of shark attack in Hawaii, part of alarming rise
NPR.org, August 22, 2013
A German tourist in Hawaii who was attacked by a shark last week has died of her injuries, according to hospital officials in Maui. Jana Lutteropp, 20, lost her arm in the attack during a snorkeling trip last Wednesday. She is the first person to die from a shark attack in Hawaii in more than nine years.

Over the weekend, a teenage surfer was also attacked, suffering injuries to both legs on Hawaii's Big Island. He is in stable condition, according to reports.

Responding to what they call "an unprecedented spike" in shark attacks, officials in Honolulu said Tuesday that they will launch a two-year research effort to study shark movements in the area. The state reports eight shark attacks so far in 2013, far above the average of three to four incidents a year.

A look at the International Shark Attack File, maintained by the Florida Museum of Natural History, shows that shark attacks in Hawaii rose abruptly last year, to 10 from just three in 2011.


Note the alarming trend of three attacks in 2011 (right along with the average of 3 or 4 attacks per year), to 10 in 2012, but then 8 attacks in the first 8 months of the year. With those numbers, 2013 would surely pass 2012 attacks. Also, just days after these headlines out of Hawaii, this article came out of Florida.

Two shark attacks in shallow Florida water
ABC News, Sep. 9, 2013
By Danielle Genet
Two men on a Florida beach have suffered shark attacks in water as shallow as three feet.
The men were treated for wounds to their lower legs Saturday at New Smyrna Beach in Volusia County, Fla. Both received on scene treatment and drove themselves to a nearby hospital for a follow-up.

Marco Cardiel, 25, went to the beach for a day of fun with friends and was in the water for five minutes before he decided to submerge himself under the surf to cool off.

Cardiel said the small shark, about three to four feet in length, thrashed back and forth across the surface. He was finally able to yank his leg from the shark and was left with a small souvenir – a shark tooth fragment in his lower right leg.

The New Smyrna Beach Patrol had a busy Saturday as another victim was also attacked around the same time as Cardiel. The second victim was a male surfer who fell off his surfboard and stepped on the shark in shallow waters. It is not known whether it was the same shark that preyed on both victims.

As of Jan. 1, there have been six shark attack incidents in Volusia County and seven other incidents throughout Florida. There have been 13 additional attacks in the United States and another 13 internationally.


Remember that these stories are just a few of literally hundreds of headlines similar to aggressive animal or human attacks and wild behavior in the past few years.

At the Jumping Jack Flash website, you can literally read dozens of stories from the past couple of years about strange human behavior and strange human deaths. Jonny Mnemonic makes a pretty good claim that these cases are from hydrogen sulfide poisoning. I’m going to close out this chapter with a statement from Jonny about what he believes is happening around the world. He cites a few cases of possible mass-poisonings. If you’d like to find out more information about these specific cases, visit his website or simply Google the information provided below. Before his statement I will highlight one of the cases that received international headlines. It was the case of the face-eating cannibal in Miami, Fl. A man had just walked over a causeway and out of the blue, he tore his clothes off and then savagely and ravenously attacked a homeless man and for 18-minutes proceeded to eat the man’s face off, including his eyes, nose and more. This attack was gruesome. There were five calls by passersby to 911 and when the first officer arrived on scene, surveillance video catches him casually getting out of his squad car and then realizing what is happening, goes for his gun. After repeated warnings, he has to shoot the man and it takes four bullets to finally bring him down. Later stories claim that the officer was traumatized by this event. The homeless man does survive his attack.

Local officials immediately claimed that the attacker had to be on bath salts, a new synthetic street drug. His family came out and claimed no way. After several weeks, it was revealed that no drugs were found in his system, but yet, the officials still stood by their original claim that it had to be and that the tests may not have looked for the right sort of bath salts. What? Even after the tests, they couldn’t accept that there were any other possibilities in this case.

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posted on Apr, 6 2015 @ 09:38 AM
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Jonny immediately pointed out that the man was perfectly normal on one side of the bridge, then walks over a body of water and turns into a complete zombie on the other side. What happened when he was crossing the bridge? He may have passed right through a plume of hydrogen sulfide gas coming up from the water below.

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The Tourette's-LIKE symptoms (not Tourette's but similar symptoms such as twitching and such) are signs of neurological damage. The same is true of the Parkinson's-LIKE symptoms in younger people in Australia. They're the same symptoms, twitching and jerking and such, they just equated them to different afflictions in the two countries. Also, the rising violence, in particular the people who've deteriorated HUGELY like the face-eater, who in 30 minutes went from a normal guy to a conscienceless aggressive cannibal incapable of speech while walking across a causeway over water downwind of the dead zones in the Gulf of Mexico. Hydrogen sulfide is a broad-spectrum poison but if it doesn't kill you then it affects neurology (brains) more than any other system in the human body.

The children in New York who got the Tourette's-like twitching and such had been OUTSIDE playing basketball, fully exposed to whatever was blowing through the atmosphere at the time. The younger people in Australia, if one were to look carefully case-by-case, I think you'd find they were outside as well, and probably near beaches or in low-lying areas to. Thus, I believe that younger people are more vulnerable to this kind of damage, presumably because their neurologies haven't 'hardened' as much as your average older person. And if you look around at the rise of violence, it's mostly coming from people under the age of 30, and in many cases teens. Not everyone will immediately turn into a ravening zombie; in most people the damage will be slow and gradual and the only real way to see it will be in rising levels of violence in the human (and animal) populations.



posted on Apr, 6 2015 @ 11:44 AM
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Interesting read, this is the first chapter posting from your book that I've read through. Some pretty interesting stuff, I think I'll have to go back and read all the preceding threads.

Thanks for posting these, and all the hard work. But I guess you probably don't have anything else to do out in wisconsin.



posted on Apr, 6 2015 @ 12:03 PM
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I have been waiting for the first change in animals to occur that would make people start to question if maybe there is something wrong with our planet.

Here on ATS and many other places, you see arguments related to the supposed evolution of man and the supposed progression, and it's effect on mankind and our future. If we are evolving, then everything on Earth is also evolving. Maybe the animals have evolved enough to recognize that we are the demons responsible for the lost of their land, hope and future, and have become fed up. Maybe the unfortunate victims just caught the right critter on the wrong day.

It is just a matter of time before they learn to put their differences behind them and they band together to get rid of the real threat, and they declare open season on us.

I wonder who will be king of the jungle when the smoke clears, if there is enough of the planet left to even have a jungle.



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posted on Apr, 6 2015 @ 03:54 PM
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originally posted by: MisterSpock
Interesting read, this is the first chapter posting from your book that I've read through. Some pretty interesting stuff, I think I'll have to go back and read all the preceding threads.

Thanks for posting these, and all the hard work. But I guess you probably don't have anything else to do out in wisconsin.


Nothing to do in these beautiful north woods...that's why were the #1 drinking state in the union. A lot of beer is bout to be drank tonight when the Badgers win the NCAA championship game tonight.



posted on Apr, 6 2015 @ 04:13 PM
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originally posted by: Rezlooper

originally posted by: MisterSpock
Interesting read, this is the first chapter posting from your book that I've read through. Some pretty interesting stuff, I think I'll have to go back and read all the preceding threads.

Thanks for posting these, and all the hard work. But I guess you probably don't have anything else to do out in wisconsin.


Nothing to do in these beautiful north woods...that's why were the #1 drinking state in the union. A lot of beer is bout to be drank tonight when the Badgers win the NCAA championship game tonight.


LOL, enjoy the beer and good luck in the championship. When I watched the news this morning they were interviewing a bunch of local Minnesotans that where all rooting against you guys out of spite. It was pretty sad. I say good luck to you.



posted on Apr, 6 2015 @ 06:21 PM
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Another great chapter of your book, Thank You Rez!
Regards, Iwinder
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posted on Apr, 6 2015 @ 07:33 PM
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originally posted by: MisterSpock

originally posted by: Rezlooper

originally posted by: MisterSpock
Interesting read, this is the first chapter posting from your book that I've read through. Some pretty interesting stuff, I think I'll have to go back and read all the preceding threads.

Thanks for posting these, and all the hard work. But I guess you probably don't have anything else to do out in wisconsin.


Nothing to do in these beautiful north woods...that's why were the #1 drinking state in the union. A lot of beer is bout to be drank tonight when the Badgers win the NCAA championship game tonight.


LOL, enjoy the beer and good luck in the championship. When I watched the news this morning they were interviewing a bunch of local Minnesotans that where all rooting against you guys out of spite. It was pretty sad. I say good luck to you.


Yeah, we have quite the border battle around here in about every sport. It's fun though.




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