Hi there, I wonder if this is a warning of an earthquake to come near South Africa? Remember back a few months ago in Melbourne , Australia. Many
whales came ashore close by in Tasmania then a big quake shook melbourne.
Its certainly a bit of a mystery in my opinion.
i think the whales in Australia beached a couple of days before the quake, so mabye a quake in a few days time??
I wonder how many "coincidences" it takes till something is just considered fact? those whales in australia were not the first to link
whales/dolphins beaching themselfs before an earthquake i think this is the 4th time now where ive read about it (5th time if it happens in south
africa) some believe that the grinding of the plates days before the quake lets off a loud sound underwater (like banging on a fishtank) it would
drive me mad too to get away from that sound. just a thought
I believe the last time ( in melbourne or close to it) it took about 3 days or so so i guess we will find out come sunday or monday i am very
interested in this story to see if this will happen. also if i lived in south africa i would start to prepare for a big quake. If it doesnt happen
then i guess there is no connection
One time whilst riding the ferry between Seattle and Bainbridge Island I say a baby pilot whale jump out of the water like a dolphin. It is a
cherished memory. It had a flat front end and was dark so I assumed that's what it was.
I think ocean life is effected by nuclear submarines, pollution, drilling for oil, radars, HAARP and the such. Who knows what the military of the
worlds are doing under our oceans..These governments are a plague on all life forms on the planet.
I have to agree that this is extremely sad, it truly breaks my heart. Although, it was a relief to see in the video that so many people were out there
trying to save as many of these beautiful creatures as possible.
Whether or not there will be a huge quake coming from this, only time will tell.
One idea that I haven't seen talked about as to the reasons for the beaching, is a diruption in the earth's magnetic lines. We know that many
mammals use the earth's magnetism for navigation, especially migratory birds.
Could there be a disruption in this field causing the whales to continually beach themselves?? More investigation into this might yeild a few more
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