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posted on May, 19 2008 @ 06:32 AM
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this week-end we got very strong solar activity. 3 sunspots showing up in one week-end alone. I allways believed that seismic activity and solar acivity are connected, so having in mind the behaviour of the animals, i would say that you could see a major earthquake in the LA area (above magnitude 7).. i hope I am wrong.




posted on May, 19 2008 @ 07:14 AM
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This is really weird. Yesterday two seagulls at the same time almost flew into our windshield when my boyfriend and I were driving, they were so low! WE thought it weird. It scared us. I wonder why birds are flying low??



posted on May, 19 2008 @ 07:16 AM
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Wow, this is interesting,

I have a family of about 8 canadian geese who moved into the vacant lot next to my house. they have been around for a couple of weeks now and some of my neighbors began to feed them.

Also, I have spotted a predatory bird I don't know if it's a falcon, eagle, hawk - I haven't been able to get a good look at it, but, he's been swooping in low every morning and just this weekend he attacked one of the geese.

I don't know the outcome because i had to go out.

Funny you should mention this.



posted on May, 19 2008 @ 07:47 AM
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What I am reading here I am not liking.

I have been watching the earthquakes off Oregon, the mid-west and in particular Mogul and the Reno Nevada area.

I wrote in my thread in Fragile Earth that I think it could be the calm before the storm

Right before the quake that hit China the insects and animals went haywire so to say and I mentioned that I wasn't going to feel comfortable until after the full Moon had passed.

It seems we are in the full Moon right now.

I looked at Yellowstone and there didn't seem to be much activity going on there but I guess that doesn't mean much on the whole.

I did find that there are volcano's in the Mogul? surrounding areas and an extinct volcano named Mt. Pluto which a resort sits on. I wouldn't have thought much of an extinct volcano but the volcano in Chile blew after 10,000 years so.....

AlsoI have been learning about this Telsa earthquake machine that I would have no doubt our government could have kept his papers and resurrected this gadget and testing it in your Nevada area.

I think the next day or so (give or take) you keep an eye on your animals something sounds like it is definately up and it's not good in my eyes.

Be aware and prepared.

If I find anything I will post it here and not my thread I kinda let that go.

PLEASE BE SAFE AS POSSIBLE

edit to add: I wouldn't be a Grandma if I didn't tell you all to make sure your cell phones are always at full charge. Stay in contact with someone and let them know your plans in case something happens. Talk with family and have meeting areas especially with kids. I know you are all adults and know this but I just feel better writing it.

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posted on May, 19 2008 @ 08:05 AM
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the grasshopper's that you are seeing are part of an infestation that happen's once every 10 or so years in nevada. i lived there for almost 10 years and had the pleasure of experiencing the grasshopper invasion , what a joy that was
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if you read up about the plight of the mormon religion you will see that i believe it was the first year they ended up in the salt lake valley they had their crops destroyed by the very same infestation problem. thats also how they had decided their state bird . when the infestation happened the california seagull and others had flown in th the valley and had a feast on the grasshoppers and saved enough of their crops to help them make it thru that hard time..
on another note , my family has a couple of cabins in the king's canyon national park and we have been there for the past week or so and also noticed an over abundance of insects crawling , jumping and flying all over the place . maybe it going to be a good season for them this year .
as for my dog ,,,,, well as usual she just lays aroung and sleeps all day until she hears the food bag ruffling. so everything's cool there.



posted on May, 19 2008 @ 08:13 AM
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That is exactly what our cats are doing. They are freaks anyway, but for the past few weeks, have been meowing more, and these two rarely do that. They are acting a lot more 'needy' than usual. The meows are loud and forceful, like HEY YOU LISTEN UP!!!! I live in an area that felt the earthquake last month. I am thinking its related.



posted on May, 19 2008 @ 08:20 AM
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Someone mentioned about a town in California being over-run with frogs...Somewhere on ATS there is a thread about frogs freaking out in China right before the quake. Something aout how they swarmed over a bridge to the other side of a river. Zoinks!



posted on May, 19 2008 @ 08:51 AM
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Greetings.....Be prepared for a shaker.....animal activity is common just before....



posted on May, 19 2008 @ 09:04 AM
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I don't know if this counts as "unusual" but I have a cardinal living in the trees next door. We live in the city outside of Boston and while we may see a robin or two, this bird seems to have moved in.

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posted on May, 19 2008 @ 09:26 AM
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I just put the increase in animal activity down to it being spring/summer... o.O Animals are always going mental this time of year ^^

Although, these are the 'wierd' things I've noticed:

New bird species I've never seen around here, No frogs, Swifts & Swallows arriving REALLY early this year, (some were spotted in december!) the birds are also nesting/raising their young quite early on this year...

My cats have also been more vocal too



posted on May, 19 2008 @ 09:44 AM
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I posted this a couple weeks ago in another thread-----a dove made a nest on my mom's front door, her metal security door actually. The door had a wreath on it and the dove built the nest on the wreath. This is an older, sprung door which you have to kinda jack up when you close it, which had to be very disturbing to the dove but she never budged, stayed there till her baby hatched, then they were gone 5 or 6 days later. We had never seen anything like this.

Also, I have lived in the same condo for 20 years, and about 2 weeks ago there was a huge swarm of insects outside, which I had never seen in my life. They were everywhere you looked, tiny insects I have no idea what kind they were. My neighbors have been discussing this since it happened. It was very weird.



posted on May, 19 2008 @ 09:51 AM
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Is this unusual?



That was from the Sun newspaper (and apparently the swan got away)

I know my cat is being very vocal of late - she is usually quite vocal but lately she has a much more 'demanding' tone to her.



posted on May, 19 2008 @ 09:52 AM
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I live in Iceland with my boyfriend, so it kind of scares me when you mention volcanoes.
Because this is where seagulls that were flying low are. I know that Iceland is on the "tectonic?" plates that separate America and Europe. The divide runs through the west of Iceland.






I did find that there are volcano's in the Mogul? surrounding areas and an extinct volcano named Mt. Pluto which a resort sits on. I wouldn't have thought much of an extinct volcano but the volcano in Chile blew after 10,000 years so....

[edit on 19-5-2008 by observe50]



posted on May, 19 2008 @ 10:03 AM
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We had a random cat jump from a fence onto my 7 m daughters stroller while walking her and our female dog (also been acting very strange) 2 weeks ago. The cat sat there for a short stroll and was unbothered by our big collie who normally would have flipped out by the invader. Squirrels are also very domestic about their daily business right now. My Boa snake is lucky to remain in the house after his more recent violent activity towards me, he is normally doscile and in hiding....not so much. Wierd stuff from Springfield VA outside DC, 2 miles from FT Belvoir.



posted on May, 19 2008 @ 10:08 AM
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If you see unusual insects and so on that you haven't seen before try to get pictures and post them. Actually try and get us pictures of anything animals wise you think unusual.

China did say about the frogs so where in California was this frog movement?



posted on May, 19 2008 @ 10:18 AM
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Originally posted by observe50
If you see unusual insects and so on that you haven't seen before try to get pictures and post them. Actually try and get us pictures of anything animals wise you think unusual.

China did say about the frogs so where in California was this frog movement?


I have a picture of the dove on the front door. I have never posted a picture online so have no idea what to do. I do have a fax machine that will send the picture to my or any email. Unforutnately I didn't get a pic of the insect swarm, I don't have a camera, my sister took the dove picture.



posted on May, 19 2008 @ 10:44 AM
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I live in West Tennessee and over the past few weeks there have been a huge increase in animals dead on the road. I jog the same route every morning. This morning I counted 34 dead armadillos and 18 turtles dead on the road. I have never seen anything like it. We also got an uninvited guest a few weeks ago. We have a turtle that stays on our back porch. He will leave for a few hours and then he's back.



posted on May, 19 2008 @ 10:48 AM
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This was my China thread that had an article on animal activity.www.abovetopsecret.com...
Quotes below
"Other blogs link to Chinese newspaper reports of bizarre natural occurrences in the past few weeks."

"...tonnes of water suddenly drained from a large pond in Enshi"

"....pointed to reports just weeks before the earthquake of a mass migration of more than one million butterflies. "

"...Broadband connections across the country are pulsing with rumours of "earthquake omens" involving toads or butterflies - all allegedly ignored by the authorities"
www.msnbc.msn.com...

..."Then, three days before the earthquake, thousands of toads roamed the streets of Mianzhu, a hard-hit city where at least 2,000 people have been reported killed."


"...The day of the earthquake, zebras were banging their heads against a door at the zoo in "



posted on May, 19 2008 @ 11:14 AM
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Originally posted by Bumbeni
I have never posted a picture online so have no idea what to do. I do have a fax machine that will send the picture to my or any email. Unforutnately I didn't get a pic of the insect swarm, I don't have a camera, my sister took the dove picture.


Once you got the picture into digital format then the best way is to upload it to a photobucket account (that's what I do any way)

Just go to www.photobucket.com and set up a free account - then there are a few ways to upload - you would prob want to browse your HDD, once uploaded copy the [IMG] code right into your post (
/albums/u68/Now_Then/wig00108.jpg' style='width: 100%;'>
look a bit like this) and bingo!



posted on May, 19 2008 @ 11:16 AM
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Ahem... Pet lover's house is a bit strange too. (my house)

4 dogs: All 4 have been weird. (er than usual)
Dog 1: HATES to be held, given attention, or socialize BEYOND throwing the ball.... just recently (before) the quake, he began wanting to be held. Acting strange and opposite to his usual self.

Dog 2: Dislikes the other dogs to a degree but not greatly... but recently has been very very angst-ie towards everyone, even I. Usually he will want to sit near me or protect me, but he doesn't since the past little while. He has picked up the strange habit of under the bed hiding.

Dog 3: A cuddle-bug. Always wants to be held, the spoiled little brat of the pack... he just does not want to be held much anymore. Usually he goes limp and enjoys his position... but lately he is tense, worried, and constantly jumping away to go bark or hide (unusual for him). He also has picked up the habit of hiding under the bed.

Dog 4: A licker + Barker... recently has taken on dog 3's want to be held attitude rather than run around wild and barking... he too has taken on the hiding attitude.


Bird 1 & 2: Usually talking all the time, making noise, etc. Now they have gone silent and just pace their cages. One has begun trying to pick his feathers...even though all his needs ,companionship, and even bill of health are ok. (Vet doesn't see why he is either...)

Bird 3: Also usually making noise, but this PARAKEET has begun dumping all her food and water dishes on a hourly basis. Running around like a lunatic in the hours of the night (broke it's wing doing so a month ago, when it began. She lived with care)... and hiding in the bottom corner of the cage in the day.


Fish tank 1 & 2: Fish have been going nuts. Their usual activity has changed the time of day it occurs, as well as how they swim and their 'territories' that they kept have 'gone'. They are all acting lost... this is a 75 gallon tank with packs of big fish mind you. They don't just all at once quit protecting their favorite things in the tank.

Gerbil: Acting strange, no where near as active as she used to be. She is now in hiding and only comes out for food. (Though I do have some logical explanations. 7 months ago her sister from birth died of age... and she too is old... but her actions arrived around the time all my pets began acting up.)


Local pets: Snakes, why did it have to be snakes? They have shown up and I have never seen snakes here for years.... rabbits too.

The weirdest of all?

Suicidal Squirrels (the title sounds funny, the act is not)

Yes, Suicidal. They began their rampage of jumping out of trees and into the roads a week ago. City wide. Where a road isn't available, heights will do. I watched out my window into my neighbor's yard, as two squirrels sat there on a tree branch. One jumped off the tree, with nothing to grab or aim at, and thumped into the ground audibly. The other followed. The two lived and went back up the tree again, and tried again... eventually they scampered off to find a higher tree... in which one did not make it due to the neighbors dog... the other fled. Apparently death by devour-ment is not on their list?

I think the most disturbing instance of a suicide was one of the little guys jumping off a tree into the road, in front of a semi. I saw him jump and go down, next I see a mist of blood and a body flying over the back of the (trailer-less) semi upper-'hood' thing. I hit the body with my car, I couldn't avoid it...


So... will it disturb anyone if I said, IM IN FLORIDA. Not the west coast? (P.S. We do get Earth Quakes here, but our ancient fault lines are barely active... last one I can remember was a 3.5 in the area... most are smaller... its the same fault that runs under NYC and down through the mountains to us)

EDIT: That bald eagle taking on a swan, is a WOW image. I have never seen one go for such a large prey... I'm not getting political but it somewhat reminds me of America's actions today... (stay on topic...)

[edit on 19-5-2008 by Foxe]





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