posted on Jan, 8 2011 @ 01:39 AM
hey there OP, found some info you may find interesting, maybe not ... still leaning toward a 'natural' reason of one kind or another but here ya go
... Aside from singling out any particular theory (i happen to think it's a convergence of several things at just the right time), here are some of
my thoughts on the subject.
I do try to find a 'natural' answer to most anomalies but am not convinced that is the case with these events. Some of my research has led me to the
following, which you may find interesting. www.abovetopsecret.com...
remarkably, i have not been able to find previous recordings of similar events ... mass die-offs, yes but not like this ... not in such a confined
period of time and not so globally. I am leaning toward the combination of natural events revolving around the current polar shift, magnetosphere
reductions and increased solar activity during an increased tectonic movement pattern.
Now, it is true that the blunt force trauma is difficult to explain and i do not discount the cloaked alien ships as a possibility ... i can't see
them, so what do i know?
However, in light of the fact that several birds did not die mid-air, trauma by falling to the earth just doesn't ring true for me. Many were
reported to be staggering and wandering aimlessly on the ground before collapse. If this reporting is correct, i am truly at a loss for
I do think 'negative gravity fields' could possibly cause the blood clotting and sudden confusion reported, leading to mid-flight collisions and
eventual death, however, this doesn't explain all of the species reported, in all of the locations or the general concept that they were 'struck by
Not pushing the tectonic theory here but it does encompass all of the areas reported, it would effect weaker species in each location and it would
account for both the air/water imbalance. Those correlations combined with the polar shift and the extra magnetism exerted by Planet X/Niburu ...
could explain a lot.
Here are a few things i do know for sure ... location: SW coastal FL (less than 20 miles from coast) ... 3rd day of close observation = 3 birds total
viewed. Not a bird watcher by any means but in this area, Normal = more birds than one can count. just last winter, i became rather upset while riding
my bicycle because there were so many birds, being sooooo noisy that i could not hear vehicles approaching. we had multiple squirrels on property ...
haven't seen one in 2 days.
was just out shopping earlier today and on 'restaurant row' around 4pm the sky was eerily empty. Clear and blue but empty all the same. One plane
passed over during a 30 minute observance. And at another location, closer to the beach, still nothing. No seagulls, no pelicans, no chirping, just
the most creepy silence i've heard in years.
this is most unusual for this area. have been here over 20 yrs and this is not normal by any stretch of the imagination. my felines are behaving
strangely ... (18 of them) ... the neighbor dogs seem to be 'talking' to each other nightly (about a week now) -- this is weird too, they are not
just barking ... they are conversing and it's really neat actually. (wish i understood the conversation)
whatever is happening, they sense it, they feel it and are trying to communicate ... tis a shame we haven't spent more time listening over the years.
peace to you and those you love ... cya on the other side.