3/26/2014 Yellowstone Magma Chamber Animals Leaving Yellowstone? What Do They Know We Don’t Know?

Note: It’s been a few months since I closely followed earthquake monitoring, since then global seismic activity has continued to rise in tandem with the rising consciousness tsunami. As people around the world wake up, the “system” fights back. In the process the planet responds to cleanse, purge and clear out the chaos manifesting within the consciousness of billions of people as they move through the shift into a new paradigm. These changes are natural and nothing to fear, the consciousness of Mother Earth is moving humanity through planetary change as smoothly as possible.

Staying positive, grounded with the Earth and in alignment with your inner core BE-ing will guide you through any upheaval your region may experience. Much love to all!


friend Tom Lupshu just released the 1st video below in which he warns us that nearly one quarter of the northern elk herd at Yellowstone National Park are missing according to the annual winter count. We learn that biologists aren’t sure if there has been a stunning decline in the herd to account for these missing numbers or if there are other factors at play. Tom also shares with us that helium releases are now at 1000 times above normal while a complete media blackout also exists.


Animals Leaving Yellowstone? What Do They Know We Don’t Know? by TAT’S 2 MIN NEWS



While it has been said that animals often give us warnings far ahead of earth changing events, Yellowstone recently witnessed herds of bison running for their lives on the public roadways (as shown in the 2nd video below) that WERE NOT being chased or rounded up. Are these animals now detecting something potentially vast and deadly? The Yellowstone Supervolcano is the only thing there that would fit the bill. Tom warns that we should watch these animals and watch them very closely as they will always give us a heads up before an event. Are all of these events signs that the Yellowstone caldera is about to blow?




Event Time

  1. 2014-03-26 23:59:00 UTC
  2. 2014-03-26 17:59:00 UTC-06:00 at epicenter
  3. 2014-03-26 15:59:00 UTC-08:00 system time


44.803°N 110.779°W depth=7.2km (4.5mi)

Nearby Cities

  1. 30km (19mi) ENE of West Yellowstone, Montana
  2. 99km (62mi) SSE of Bozeman, Montana
  3. 135km (84mi) NE of Rexburg, Idaho
  4. 176km (109mi) NNE of Ammon, Idaho
  5. 221km (137mi) SSE of Helena, Montana



Event Time

  1. 2014-03-26 19:14:36 UTC
  2. 2014-03-26 13:14:36 UTC-06:00 at epicenter
  3. 2014-03-26 11:14:36 UTC-08:00 system time


44.804°N 110.772°W depth=6.4km (4.0mi)

Nearby Cities

  1. 30km (19mi) ENE of West Yellowstone, Montana
  2. 99km (62mi) SSE of Bozeman, Montana
  3. 135km (84mi) NE of Rexburg, Idaho
  4. 176km (109mi) NNE of Ammon, Idaho
  5. 221km (137mi) SSE of Helena, Montana


3/26/2014 — Volcanic Earthquakes — Yellowstone and California — Animals giving warning?



Over the past 48 hours, a noticeable increase in seismic activity has occurred across the Western United States.


Specifically, a swarm of earthquakes has occurred extending from the Western edge of the Yellowstone magma chamber, now Eastward into the center of the National Park itself.


This building pressure is now manifesting as multiple 3.0M+ earthquakes, all at a 3.0mile or greater depth inside the Yellowstone magma chamber.


As if Yellowstone were not enough, the pressure is also translating to earthquakes occurring farther Southwest from Yellowstone, along the deformed edge of the North American Craton, extending into Central California , along the subduction zone of the North American Plate (and the Pacific Plate).


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yellowstone volcano california volcanic march 26 2014


The above screenshots show the past 2 United States earthquakes greater than 3.0M. One inside the Yellowstone supervolcano, the other at an “unnamed” volcano in California.



Video update on the current Yellowstone movement from tatoott1009 here:





The heavy earthquake activity along the West Coast of the United States , over the past few weeks, has now translated in the craton displacement that we were expecting.


The earthquakes inside the magma chamber at Yellowstone, and the earthquakes now occurring at dormant volcanic chains along South / Central California, mean we can expect further activity in the near term to INCREASE.


The increase in activity along the edge of the craton will continue into the near term future due to the overall Pacific displacement occurring internationally.


Until things cool off internationally in the West Pacific, we can expect sizable displacement to occur along our plate in North America.  This means, Yellowstone, Colorado, Oklahoma, and other areas along the edge of the edge of the craton need to be aware of the possibility of movement in the near term.


Also.. the odd man out, Southern California , near Baja, sits primed, and now showing slight volcanic chamber activity.  Expect Salton Sea and Mono Lake to be showing some movement soon.


Earlier this past week.. we made note of the multiple UNREPORTED earthquakes at Yellowstone..




Move forward a few days, and the USGS is now on top of things apparently.  Either that, or the movement is now becoming undeniable.


In other news from the region, last week, reports of odd Bison (buffalo) movements exiting the park..


Were the animals trying to tell us something?


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Yellowstone Magma Chamber Earthquake Swarm — USGS Censoring Activity 3/25/2014

Over the past week, several reports have been coming in from viewers, telling me to check the charts in Yellowstone. People saying the charts are showing UNREPORTED activity on multiple stations across the famous Supervolcano (national park).

Indeed, activity was occurring this past week, but NOT being counted on the USGS public feeds as earthquakes.

Earthquakes at Yellowstone not being reported? What is this madness?

After checking the actual charts, indeed it is confirmed, there has been earthquake movement GREATER than 2.5M across the area, the charts do not lie……

Here are a couple examples of the activity NOT showing on public feeds as “earthquakes”.. yet clearly some actual movement is occurring : (censored?)


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Move forward a few days, now currently March 25, 2014 — after the flurry of UNREPORTED activity — and now the USGS is showing THREE 3.0M+ events over the past 24 hours.

Coming from the Western edge of the Yellowstone Magma Chamber (click to view full size) :

yellowstone swarm march 25 2014


The magma chamber for the supervolcano has been found to extend further West than originally thought. Confirmed now via subterranean “soundings” taken via ground penetrating RADAR, the chamber extends as far West as the Oregon State Line.

Compare the “reported” 3.0M+ events shown on the charts below, to the charts over the past few days, shown above.

The charts above show similar sized activity. However no earthquakes were reported at Yellowstone corresponding to the charts above.

This means censorship is occurring at some point. The earthquakes on the charts earlier this week, were not reported as earthquakes to the public.

Move forward 2-3 days… March 24, 2014 .. THREE earthquakes, greater than 3.0M, now showing on the Yellowstone charts, and also being publicly admitted on the USGS feeds.

yellowstone march 24 2014 earthquakes

3.4M : http://earthquake.usgs.gov/earthquakes/eventpage/usc000nnc5#summary

3.4M : http://earthquake.usgs.gov/earthquakes/eventpage/usc000nndb#summary

3.1M : http://earthquake.usgs.gov/earthquakes/eventpage/usc000nncj#summary

Overall, the movement at Yellowstone WAS / IS expected.

Expected? Yes.


See my earthquake forecast / overview here:

Several areas in the forecast have already been hit:

Multiple earthquake monitoring links can be found here:


Venomous spider outbreak shuts British school

A nice little fright for the children, right before Halloween! Ick…

October 23, 2013BRITAINAn English school has been forced to close after an outbreak of “false widow” spiders, the latest in a series of sightings of Britain’s most poisonous arachnid. Dean Academy in the western Forest of Dean region would shut its doors on Wednesday while experts dealt with the eight-legged invaders, vice principal Craig Burns said in a statement. The spiders, which resemble the potentially deadly black widow, have colonized parts of southern England for more than a century although they are thought to have spread in the last 25 years, according to Britain’s Natural History Museum. Their bite can cause swelling or fever. So far, no one at the school has been bitten, said Burns. There have been numerous newspaper reports of false widow sightings and attacks around Britain in recent weeks. –Reuters

Thanks, guys! Whale celebrates the freedom of its friend cut free from lobster nets with incredible leap by hero fishermen’s boat

Note: Grab the tissues, this ones a tear jerker…yayy!!!

  • The stunning images were captured by whale-watcher guide off the coast of Nova Scotia, Canada


By Anna Edwards


This whale was literally jumping for joy after a rescue crew saved her friend from drowning.

These extraordinary photos show a humpback whale ‘celebrating’ after another female was cut free from stray ropes attached to old lobster pots.

The stunning images were captured by Christine Callaghan, 62, off the coast of Nova Scotia, Canada.

She said: ‘I’ve seen many breaches, and they are always awesome. But this one was different and special in a way that made my throat tighten.’

The incredible moment was captured by Christine Callaghan, 62, a guide with a whale-watching cruiser in the region

The incredible moment was captured by Christine Callaghan, 62, a guide with a whale-watching cruiser in the region

Grommet the humpback whale bursts through the water in celebration after members of the Whale Rescue Team managed to free sidekick Foggy

Grommet the humpback whale bursts through the water in celebration after members of the Whale Rescue Team managed to free sidekick Foggy



Christine, a whale-watch guide with Pirate’s Cove Whale & Seabird Cruises, had been leading a trip when they received reports of an entangled whale and decided to take a detour.

The discovered a female humpback known as Foggy who had become ensnared in ropes from old lobster pots in the Bay of Fundy, two miles offshore of Long Island.

Foggy, described by Christine as a ‘Fundy favourite’, was born in 1987 to a whale named Bermuda.

Humpbacks return to the feeding grounds their mothers brought them to when they were calves, meaning Foggy returns to the bay year after year.

The whale had rope wrapped around her head and across her blowholes and peduncle – the narrow part of her tail, just ahead of the flukes.

A humpback whale swims in front of the Whale Rescue Team in the Bay of Fundy, two miles off the coast of Long Island in Nova Scotia

A humpback whale swims in front of the Whale Rescue Team in the Bay of Fundy, two miles off the coast of Long Island in Nova Scotia



The humpback whale known as Grommet (front of pic) waits patiently by the side of Foggy after she became entangled in ropes in the Bay of Fundy

The humpback whale known as Grommet (front of pic) waits patiently by the side of Foggy after she became entangled in ropes in the Bay of Fundy

Foggy was dragging a mass of old lobster traps beneath her, causing her to list to one side with the weight of all the gear.



However, remaining faithfully by her side throughout the ordeal was a fellow humpback known as Grommet.

Another boat, the Shearwater, from the Center for Coastal Studies in Provincetown, happened to be in the Bay and came to offer assistance.

The Shearwater crew were able to do an initial survey and radio through details to the Fast Response Craft that was speeding to the scene.

A member of the Whale Rescue Team prepares to use specialist equipment to disentangle old lobster pot lines from around Foggy

A member of the Whale Rescue Team prepares to use specialist equipment to disentangle old lobster pot lines from around Foggy



Members of Campobello Whale Rescue Team helped the whale, who had rope wrapped around her head and across her blowholes and peduncle

Members of Campobello Whale Rescue Team helped the whale, who had rope wrapped around her head and across her blowholes and peduncle



Foggy was dragging a mass of old lobster traps beneath her, causing her to list to one side with the weight of all the gear

Foggy was dragging a mass of old lobster traps beneath her, causing her to list to one side with the weight of all the gear


The Shearwater crew were able to do an initial survey and radio through details to the Fast Response Craft that was speeding to the scene

The Shearwater crew were able to do an initial survey and radio through details to the Fast Response Craft that was speeding to the scene

The Campobello Whale Rescue Team then used specialist equipment to cut the rope snagging Foggy’s tail, and then the ones around her head.

The crew decided to leave a single strand in her mouth, fearing they would cause excessive bleeding if they dragged it out, and figuring that she would likely be able to rid herself of it.

The instant Foggy was freed, Grommet dove and then burst from the water in a spectacular celebratory breach.

Christine said: ‘The timing, immediately after the ropes were cut completely freeing Foggy, and the fact that it was Foggy’s ‘friend’ that breached, was so touching to me.

As Foggy was cut free from stray ropes by whale rescuers, Grommet breached next to the rescuer's boat in an amazing display of thanks

As Foggy was cut free from stray ropes by whale rescuers, Grommet breached next to the rescuer’s boat in an amazing display of thanks



Freedom! Foggy was freed and Grommet, who had remained faithfully by her side, was thrilled

Freedom! Foggy was freed and Grommet, who had remained faithfully by her side, was thrilled



‘Knowing how intelligent these animals are, and having observed Grommet’s steadfast, seemingly protective companionship of Foggy those several hours while we waited with them for the rescue boat, I personally interpreted that breach as an act of joy and celebration that her pal was out of danger.

‘Everyone on the boat felt a huge sense that we had just witnessed something wonderful.’

All present were left with a smile on their face as the two whales swam away side by side up the Bay, the northernmost reach of the whale feeding ground known as the Gulf of Maine.

The mouth of the Bay is one of the best places in the world to see several different species of whales, including finbacks, minkes, the very rare North Atlantic right whale and humpbacks.


A Lion, Tiger and a Bear Living Together in Harmony

A lion, a tiger, and a black bear have been best friends ever since they were rescued together as cubs. They’re collectively known as “BLT”

Watch the video here: http://www.wimp.com/livetogether/

When the Tiger Bows to a Child, Phenomenal Signal the “New Earth” IS Rising

Extraordinary show of sentience from this magnificent Tiger, and tears of joy reading  how this child connected with one of natures fiercest predators. Reminds me a famous biblical quote “And the lion will lay down with the lamb…”. Simply remarkable! Read story below…


‘I noticed that Taj had taken an interest in the girl and was heading towards her.

‘I thought for certain that the little girl would need therapy after the encounter and fear cats for the rest of her life.

‘I could not believe my eyes when Taj approached the girl, bowed his head and then placed his huge right paw exactly in front of where the little girl’s left hand was.

‘It was incredible to watch. Taj let down his right paw, rubbed his cheek against the glass where the little girl’s face was and moved off.’

Far from being scared, the little girl was so excited that she started clapping as she walked back afterwards towards her mother.

‘I have never seen such tenderness from such a large predator,’ Mr Daniels said.

Photographer Dyrk Daniels

SEE IT: Photos capture golden eagle taking down a deer in Russia


The images were captured by Linda Kerley of the Zoological Society of London, who was looking to photograph Siberian tigers in Russia. She noticed deer tracks that came to an abrupt end, but it wasn’t until she looked her photographs that she saw what really happened to the animal.


Tuesday, September 24, 2013, 2:30 PM



A camera  set up by scientist Linda Kerley captures a golden eagle attacking a sika deer in Russia.

Courtesy ZSL

A camera set up by scientist Linda Kerley captures a golden eagle attacking a sika deer in Russia.



It was a wildlife death match — cruel and up close.

Scientists unintentionally photographed a golden eagle striking a young sika deer, capturing the brutality of life in the wild.

“The size difference is astounding — that an eagle can look at a deer and think I can kill that,” Jonathan Slaght of the Wildlife Conservation Society told the Daily News.

Linda Kerley of the Zoological Society of London set up a camera trap to shoot the endangered Siberian tigers of far east Russian. But the deer’s carcass puzzled her two weeks later when she returned to the site to switch memory cards and change batteries, Slaght explained.

“There were no large carnivore tracks in the snow, and it looked like the deer had been running and then just stopped and died,” Kerley said. “It was only after we got back to camp that I checked the images from the camera and pieced everything together. I couldn’t believe what I was seeing.”

‘There were no large carnivore tracks in the snow, and it looked like the deer had been running and then just stopped and died,’ Kerley said. It was only when she saw the camera’s film that she saw what had happened.

Courtesy ZSL

‘There were no large carnivore tracks in the snow, and it looked like the deer had been running and then just stopped and died,’ Kerley said. It was only when she saw the camera’s film that she saw what had happened.

Images of the attack appear alongside an article in the September issue of the Journal of Raptor Research.

Cheryl Dykstra, editor in chief of the peer-reviewed journal, told The News that this is the first time a golden eagle has been documented in great detail killing a deer.

“The documentation is so spectacular that it showed exactly how it occurred,” Dykstra said.

Kerley wrote the piece with Slaght, who studies birds of prey.

Jonathan Slaght of the Wildlife Conservation Society said that golden eagles around the world typically prey on rabbits, but have been known to take down foxes, coyote — even a young brown bear cub.

Courtesy ZSL

Jonathan Slaght of the Wildlife Conservation Society said that golden eagles around the world typically prey on rabbits, but have been known to take down foxes, coyote — even a young brown bear cub.

Slaght noted that golden eagles are known for astonishing strikes around the world. He said they typically prey on rabbits, but have taken down foxes, coyote and even a young brown bear cub.

But photographic evidence of the kill was shocking even for a raptor expert.

“It took me a long time just staring at it to process that it was an eagle attacking a deer. It was just so unexpected,” Slaght said.

Researchers at the ZSL and WCS have monitored Siberian tigers with camera traps for six years in the Lazovsky Nature Preserve. Both groups have been part of the Siberian tiger conservation effort for roughly two decades, according to the WCS.

Their article says there is no evidence to suggest that golden eagles pose a serious threat to deer populations.

“I’ve been assessing deer causes of death in Russia for 18 years,” Kerley said, “this is the first time I’ve seen anything like this.”


Read more: http://www.nydailynews.com/news/world/photos-capture-golden-eagle-deer-article-1.1466149#ixzz2fqp6Kv66

Note: That must’ve been a very brave, hungry Golden Eagle….


Canine Consciousness: Dog Shows Empathy, Burys Friend ~ Video

Simply amazing display of respect and sense of mortality from man’s best friend! Apparently the shift in consciousness is also affecting the animal kingdom as much as it is in humans, this is the second video recently of a dog burying a comrade…

Doe D’oh! Deer crashes through bus windshield in Pennsylvania

Published on May 15, 2013



A bus driver in the US state of Pennsylvania had a rather unexpected passenger drop in on him as a deer crashed through the windshield of his vehicle. The bus was making it usual journey in the Johnstown area when Tuesday’s accident happened. Footage captured by a security camera on board the bus shows the deer trashing around in the front of the vehicle in a desperate attempt to escape. Transport authorities who released the footage say the shocked driver eventually managed to opened the door and that the deer got off.

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Cat barks like a dog, until it gets found out

Classic cat mischief in action, now this is one clever cat! Watch it’s tail while barking, it barely moves until caught in the act…then, swish, swish….ROTFLMAO!!

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There is a suspicion that cats and dogs are only putting an act on for the humans, proof of this has been a long time coming, However this remarkable video catches a cat barking like a dog, until he realizes he is being watched by a human. I expect that we will soon see cats walking on two legs, operating a can opener, and dogs reading the paper. They are just playing with us people!


This grieving dolphin carrying her dead calf has us stunned….Please send her prayers, love and light

This is heartbreaking, dolphins are such loving and sensitive beings. Cetaceans are highly telepathic, please join me in sending the mother love, light, joy and let her know the transitioning of her baby was not in vain, she touched the hearts of countless souls. At least she’s not alone, the empathy, compassion and protection from her pod members is incredible…

IMO the boat should back-off and leave her to grieve alone.

Thu, 28 Mar 2013

Whale watchers on Captain Dave’s Dolphin and Whale Watching Safari out of Dana Point in California had one of the most heart-breaking dolphin encounters in recent memory. As a pod of dolphins swam by the boat, Captain Dave Anderson spotted an adult dolphin carrying a deceased calf on her back.

“I believe this calf has been dead for many days, possibly weeks,” he notes. “In my nearly twenty years on the water whale-watching I have never seen this behavior. Nor have I ever seen anything quite as moving as this mother who refuses to let go of her poor calf.” Oof. Hits us right in the feel-spots.



Madagascar : A Plague of Billions of Locust invade Madagascar threatening crops (Mar 28, 2013)

Published on Mar 28, 2013


SOURCE: http://www.cnn.com http://www.bbcnews.com

News Articles:

Plague of locusts infests impoverished Madagascar

Madagascar hit by ‘severe’ plague of locusts

Scary locusts plague Madagascar, might eat most of the country’s food

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New pope No white smoke – but a seagull! Bird steals papal conclave show in absence of new Pope

13 Mar 2013 18:03

Smoke watching became bird watching in St. Peter’s Square after a gull spent several minutes perched atop the chimney that belches out smoke from the Sistine Chapel


In the absence of a pope, a seagull stole the show at the papal conclave.

Smoke watching became bird watching in St. Peter’s Square after a gull spent several minutes perched atop the chimney that belches out smoke from the Sistine Chapel to signal whether or not a pope has been elected.

From the chapel’s tiled roof, the gull had a commanding bird’s eye view of the sea of pilgrims eagerly waiting in the rain for papal tidings.

The bird offered welcome comic relief. Dublin tourist Harry Sheeran said it was “nearer to heaven than we are.”

Minutes after being spotted, the bird inspired a multitude of Twitter postings.

One quick Twitter user even created a spoof account @SistineSeagull, providing ‘live commentary’ on the papal conclave from the roof of the Sistine Chapel.


The Spirit of Gaia made some very intriguing appearances at the Vatican since the Pope’s resignation.

First sign: seagull attacks the papal dove.

Second: Lightning strikes the Basilica twice the day Benedict resigned.

Third: Seagulls on the chimney waiting for smoke.

Only time will tell what it all means…

Couldn’t resist posting a couple of the Tweeted photo’s..


In middle of night, dog wakes wife to save stricken husband

Posted: 03/08/2013

  • By: JUDITH McGINNIS Scripps Howard News Service

WICHITA FALLS, Texas – Bruce Martin was watching movies in the middle of the night when he suffered a massive heart attack. His dog Clyde nudged him and, getting no response, trotted into the bedroom to awaken Bruce’s wife,Mitch.

The Martins believe that Clyde, a 5-year-old pit bull/golden retriever mix, saved Bruce’s life.

“Clyde’s my insomnia buddy. He’d stay up with me while I was watching movies at 3 in the morning,” said Martin, still recovering from the Feb. 11 collapse and subsequent bypass surgery. “That particular night I got up to cross the room and had the heart attack. I was unconscious, and when he couldn’t get me to respond, he went to get Mitch.”

“It took him two tries, but he led me to the living room,” Mitch said. “That’s where I found Bruce slumped over the back of the couch.”

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Note: Another great example how intelligence levels in animals are also evolving in consciousness…

Lion ‘escaped from cage’ to kill California woman

7 March 2013

12 October 2012 photo released by JP Marketing shows a four-year-old male African lion named Couscous at Cat Haven
Couscous was raised at the private park from the age of eight weeks old

A California coroner says a lion that killed a volunteer at a big cat park used its paw to lift a partially closed door and escape from a feeding cage.

Fresno County Coroner David Hadden said investigators believe the lion then attacked and killed Dianna Hanson as she cleaned a larger enclosure.

The lion broke the 24-year-old intern’s neck and she died almost instantly.

Police shot and killed the animal to reach her, believing Ms Hanson was severely injured but alive.

“The lion had been fed, the young woman was cleaning the large enclosure, and the lion was in the small cage,” Mr Hadden explained, adding the cage door was partially open, allowing the lion to lift it up with his paw.

“He ran at the young lady.”

The coroner added that bite and claw marks found on her body happened after she died, after the lion broke her neck with a paw swipe.

The facility, known as Project Survival’s Cat Haven, is normally closed on Wednesdays when the attack happened, and only one other worker was present during the mauling.

The founder of Cat Haven, Dale Anderson, said that he and two other workers had left to take a cheetah to exhibit at a local school.

Ms Hanson was identified by her father, who said working at the wildlife park had been her “dream job”, according to the Associated Press.

She had been working for two months as an intern at the 100-acre (40 ha) park, about 45 miles (75km) east of Fresno.

Her father said his daughter had experience at wildlife parks and was “at ease” with big cats, but added that she told him she would not be allowed inside the lion’s cage.

The lion was a four-year-old male named Couscous, a California Fish and Wildlife spokesman said.

Couscous had been raised at Cat Haven since he was eight weeks old, said Tanya Osegueda, a spokeswoman for Project Survival.

The project opened in 1993, and has housed numerous big cats, including Bengal tigers, Siberian lynx, jaguars and leopards.

Susan Rennisons Comment: This is the headline provided by a BBC link which seems to be quite provocative but in line with other stories such as cows learning how to by-pass gate locks and escape…. Biologist Rupert Sheldrake hypothesises that morphogenetic fields belonging to each individual species exists and is used to retain and pass around information sharing, habits and knowledge, rather like a species specific info-sharing internet (a fully accesible Facebook & Twitter for each creature held in the environment). For actual experimental ‘evidence’ see last weeks rat mental chat (Rat-Twitter) headlines. There have been many reports of ‘teaching’ e.g. dolphins released into the wild teaching others how to tail-walk but it is also believed that certain knowledge can be picked up by those in distant locations and this is the basis of the 100th Monkey principle that scientists have tried to debunk. Whatever, it is becoming very noticeable that certain animals, birds and fish are acting more intelligently and surprising humans. Therefore, the evidence suggests to me that in a time of rapid evolutionary change, those morphogenetic fields are being quickly updated by the environment too and more knowledge sharing is also passing between different species…


Note: I wonder if he was trying to play with her, if he lived around people all his life and assuming he hasn’t been subjected to abusive treatment it’s hard to believe this was an act of aggression. When cats swat it’s usually a form of play, if they’re going in for the kill they pounce on their prey with both front paws and immediately bite down to immobilize the victim.


Thousands of migrating sharks close Florida beaches

Swimmers at Florida’s Palm Beach have been told to stay out of the water this week as thousands of sharks have been spotted in shallow waters close to the shoreline.

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The huge shoal of sharks which has shut down beaches in Florida, is migrating up the east coast of the US to North Carolina.

Tens of thousands of the predators, mostly blacktip and spinner sharks, are moving north for their annual migration.

Researchers at Florida Atlantic University said they had counted about 15,000 sharks.

Experts said the sharks usually migrate earlier in the year during the winter. This year the migration is about a month later than expected.

Local television news stations filmed thousands of sharks in the clear waters off the Florida coast.

Elizabeth Horowitz, who lives across from the beach at Palm Beach, was hoping to catch another glimpse of the sharks on Wednesday.

“People really need to heed these warnings, ” she said. “Thank God it’s a public beach and they have lifeguards.”

Local lifeguards were worried about keeping beach-goers out of the water as the peak of spring holidays approach.

While they’re experienced at shark sightings, Lifeguard Supervisor Craig Pollock said this year the sharks were coming closer to the shore.

“A lot of times when we have a sandbar, the sharks stay off the shore a little further about 50 to 100 yards,” he said.

Source: APTN


Note: Nature is trying to tell us something, we’re seeing a lot of movement in the oceans either their moving away from something, beaching themselves or turning up dead in mass kills. My guess is volcanic and seismic activity that’s releasing methane and hydrogen sulfide from the bottom of the ocean and possibly sonar testing from military or oil producers are wreaking havoc under the surface in certain regions so we’re seeing mass migrations as ocean dwellers seek safer waters that are getting more difficult to find as the earth changes begin accelerate…

Iran battles plague of ‘genetically mutated’ giant rats

Note: This should be a wake-up call for people believing that nuclear technology is acceptable at any level, because this is only the beginning of the mutations in nature and for human beings.

SINA News, 1st March 2013
Tehran, the capital of Iran, is battling an invasion of “genetically mutated” giant rats. Iran has sent in sniper teams to clear Tehran’s streets from the massive rodents weighting up to five kilos plaguing 26 district of the Iranian capital, the city’s environmental agency said.

“They seem to have had a genetic mutation, probably as a result of radiations and the chemical used on them,” Ismail Kahram, Teheran city council environment adviser and university professor Ismail Kahram told Qudsonline.ir.

“They are now bigger and look different. These are changes that normally take millions of years of evolution. They have jumped from 60 grams to five kilos, and cats are now smaller than them.”

The “mutated rats” have been running rampant in the capital, as cats are scared off by their giant size and traditional poison appear to have no effect on them.

This is another example of rapid evolutionary change. Darwinists are facing a tremendous amount of opposition as the evidence mounts that they have badly got this wrong, this is an interesting quote:

Richard C. Strohman, professor emeritus of molecular and cell biology at Berkeley, and an evolutionist, wrote in the March 1997 edition of Nature Biotechnology: “There is a striking lack of correspondence between genetic and evolutionary change. Neo-Darwinian theory predicts a steady, slow continuous, accumulation of mutations (microevolution) that produces a progressive change in morphology leading to new species, genera, and so on (macroevolution). But macroevolution now appears to be full of discontinuities (punctuated evolution), so we have a mismatch of some importance. That is, the fossil record shows mostly stasis, or lack of change, in a species for many millions of years; there is no evidence there for gradual change even though, in theory, there must be a gradual accumulation of mutations at the micro level.” “We currently have no adequate explanation for stasis or for punctuated equilibrium in evolution, or for higher order regulation in cells.” “We seem to lack any scientific basis with which to explain, for example, evolution.” “Not necessarily so. It does suggest, however, that our evolutionary theory is incomplete.” “The theory is in trouble because it insists on locating the driving force solely in random mutations.” “It is becoming clear that sequence information in DNA, by itself, contains insufficient information for determining how gene products (proteins) interact to produce a mechanism of any kind.
“Understanding of complex function may in fact be impossible without recourse to influences outside of the genome.” –Richard C. Strohman. March 1997. The coming Kuhnian revolution in biology. Nature Biotechnology, Vol. 15, pp. 194-200
Source: Debunking Evolution: problems between the theory and reality; the false science of evolution

This whole paper is interesting. Energy driven evolutionary change requires an overall intelligence (Universal Consciousness) supplying new templates or morphogenetic fields and monitoring progress. It seems that many evolutionary biologists can now no longer ignore the facts despite their mandate to mislead the general public.


X-File Fly’s

Alright, this is a little strange so I’m reporting this to see if anyone else has seen anything similar. Over the last couple weeks I’ve noticed these “cute” little black flies, nearly perfect in design with well-tailored little black wings that are at least half the size of a normal house fly. I’ve been here three years and have never seen them on the island, nor have I ever seen them on the mainland. They have been relatively small in numbers, compared to the usual fruit fly buzzing around the kitchen looking for a meal.

This afternoon while talking with my mother on the phone I looked in the corner behind my dining room table to see about 12-15 of these little black fly’s sitting on the wall, none of them were moving or flying around. At the time, even tho I was preoccupied with the conversation  it hit me as strange to see all of them hanging out together in the corner. But after a moment, I went on with my conversation and forgot about it…

Well this evening, almost 10 hours later around mid-nite I noticed the group of fly’s were still in the corner,  sitting motionless on the wall. I don’t like killing anything, even bugs but at this point something just didn’t feel normal about these bugs. So I picked up a magazine and began swatting the flies in the corner, normally when you do that the remaining fly’s will scatter about. Not these fly’s, all but two or three just sat there as I  swatted away killing their comrades, taking out four and five fly’s at a time till they were gone.

There were a few more around, sitting on the walls that met the same fate. Then one flew on the refrigerator and landed a couple of feet in front of me, it didn’t move as I got closer and closer to take a whack, taking the hit almost as if it committed suicide.

Sometimes living life down the rabbit hole can make your mind go into some pretty strange places when things like this happen. After reading biotechnology reports about man-made mosquito’s, it kind of makes me wonder if they haven’t created little black flies to spy on people or spread disease. Or, maybe their the result of a radioactive mutation and are a new specie of fly. Possibly they came here in fruit from another country….

Fortunately I don’t think I’m a big enough “fry” to warrant an attack from special ops forces in the CIA, as we know the controllers seem to feel threatened by anyone speaking out on certain “sacred” subjects so one never knows for sure anymore.

Anyone else seen these little critters?



8 Smart Species Challenge How We Think of Animals

Animals are smarter than we thought.

This matters not just because it’s cool and fascinating. It matters because people use lack of intelligence as the reason to treat humans and non-human animals differently. It’s okay to eat animals and experiment on them, the rationale goes, because they are just dumb animals.

Science is biting itself in the butt on this one by continually discovering that animals aren’t so different from us after all, which will make it harder to justify experimenting on them.

These are some of the smartest animals in no particular order:

1. Dolphins

These thinkers have been named the second smartest species, after us, of course. They “co-operate with military precision to round up shoals of fish to eat.” They recognize themselves in mirrors. One dolphin was held captive for three weeks and was taught to tail-walk; after her release, “scientists were astonished to see the trick spreading among wild dolphins who had learnt it from the former captive.” They can learn “a rudimentary symbol-based language.” Dolphins “can solve difficult problems” and have “a high level of emotional sophistication.” Plus, they have really big brains. Things have gone so far that scientists have suggested “they are so bright that they should be treated as ‘non-human persons,’” protected from imprisonment in tanks, exploitation in amusement parks and slaughter.

When people can no longer point to a huge gap in intelligence between humans and other animals, it gets harder to justify torturing and using them.

Sergey Yeliseev/flickr

2. Ravens

Ravens have incredible recall for their friends’ voices. After living together for three years, then being separated for three years (during which time their calls may have changed), the ravens responded with friendly calls to recordings of the voices of their old friends.

They also remembered which birds they liked and which they didn’t. Recordings of the voices of ravens they didn’t care for elicited different reactions in deeper voices. They had yet a third reaction for the calls of birds they did not know.

Found Animals/flickr

3. Grey Parrots

Grey parrots can reason as well as three-year-old humans, as Mindy Townsend has written on Care2. When presented with two canisters and shown that one was empty, then “given the chance to choose one or the other,” they reliably picked the other one. Scientists performed more complicated versions of this study with the same result. The birds were showing “abstract, inferential thinking” by figuring out that if one is empty, the other has food in it. Humans can’t do that before age three.


4. Squirrels

Yes, squirrels are smart. They “put on elaborate shows” in which they pretend they are hiding food “to thwart would-be thieves.” When squirrels saw human researchers stealing their peanuts, they faked hiding even more food. This deception involves planning and a concept of what is happening in others’ minds — the squirrels are thinking about what may happen in the future (theft of their food), and about what observers are seeing and deducing (that there will be food where the squirrel is digging).

So there to all the squirrel haters, and especially to the wing nuts who held the “Hazard County Squirrel Slam” last weekend in upstate New York, where they awarded prizes for shooting and killing squirrels.

Mr. Wright/flickr

5. Elephants

Of course elephants have to be on any list of smart animals. They have proved their intelligence time and again. But here is one you may not have heard: they can sniff out the scents “of up to 30 absent members of their family” and build a mental map of where they are. Can you keep track of where 30 of your relatives are at any given time?

David Shenfeld/flickr

6. Chimpanzees

The latest revelation: chimpanzees have better short-term memory than humans. Not just good short-term memory. Not even just as good as ours. Better. They have a stronger mental ability than humans do.

The study, reported in Huff Post Science, flashed the numbers 1 through 9 randomly on a screen. Chimpanzee Ayumu “was able to recall the exact sequence and location of each number.”

When researcher Tetsuro Matsuzawa showed a video of the experiment “to a room of scientists and journalists, murmurs of amazement were heard. ‘Don’t worry, nobody can do it,’ Matsuzawa said… ‘It’s impossible for you.’”

Chimp Ayumu has also learned the numbers 1 through 19 and what order they go in.

Stephen and Claire Farnsworth/flickr

7. Pigs

Pigs can learn to use a joystick to move a cursor to a target and can distinguish among a child’s various scribblings. Their intelligence is akin to that of chimpanzees. Comparing them to humans doesn’t come out that well for us: “even piglets only a few hours old will leave the nest to relieve themselves.” How long were your kids in diapers?


8. Crows

According to National Geographic, research now suggests that crows “share with humans several hallmarks of higher intelligence, including tool use and sophisticated social behavior.” Crows play tricks on each other, and different families have their own dialects. A nature writer describing one experiment on the birds writes that they are “in a class with us as toolmakers,” better even than chimps.


There is more going on behind animals’ eyes than we have given them credit for. Having learned more about their mental and social intelligence, it is time to reevaluate how we treat them.

Note: With the changes in Earth’s energy’s and the shift in consciousness for humans, it only makes that at least to some degree these energy’s are also affecting wildlife on a consciousness level. We’ve seen a couple of interesting examples lately with crows throwing stones at Russian MP’s cars and an injured dolphin that sought help from divers who cut away the netting that was tied around it’s fin. I’ve also witnessed behavior from my Diamond Dove of him thinking things thru in a more conscious manner, who knows maybe he’s getting downloads from jumping on my head and pecking at my crown chakra when I’m meditating :)

Captive Whale Tried To Talk Like Humans

NOC was the name of a white whale caught off the Pacific coast of Canada in 1977. Until his death five years ago, NOC lived in an open-air tank at the US National Marine Mammal Foundation in San Diego, along with a group of dolphins; he also socialized with two female white whales. In 1984, NOC started talking with a human voice.

You can hear NOC speaking via the Guardian and the Independent.

Before realizing that NOC was talking, the scientists thought they heard the sound of people chatting as if at a distance and “just out of range for our understanding,” from a tank that held whales and dolphins. As noted in Current Biology (pdf), the scientists heard these “conversations” several times before tracing them to NOC:

The whale was exposed to speech not only from humans at the surface — it was present at times when divers used surface-to-diver communication equipment…  The whale was recognized as the source of the speech-like sounds when a diver surfaced outside this whale’s enclosure and asked “Who told me to get out?” Our observations led us to conclude the “out” which was repeated several times came from NOC.

NOC was seeking to mimic human voices, the scientists say. They recorded NOC’s sounds both when he was underwater and when he surfaced for the next several years.

An acoustic analysis revealed that NOC’s human voice was several octaves below typical whale sounds which include echolocation clicks and whistles (that are actually fast vibrations). The scientists “trained” NOC to speak when they requested him to do so. They also figured out how he produced human sounds, by adjusting the pressure and blowing air through his nose rather than through his larynx as humans do.

After four years, when NOC reached his maturity, he stopped making the human sounds, perhaps because he lost either the interest or the ability. He did remain “quite vocal,” the scientists say, producing echolocation pulses and also “various pulse burst sounds previously described as ‘squawks, rasps, yelps or barks.’”

What was so remarkable about NOC’s sounds was that he made them spontaneously, without any human instigation. The scientists note other examples of white whales producing sounds resembling human speech,

The first to study white whale (Delphinapterus leucas) sounds in the wild, Schevill and Lawrence [3] wrote that “occasionally the calls would suggest a crowd of children shouting in the distance”. Fish and Mowbary [4] described sound types and reviewed past descriptions of sounds from this vociferous species. At Vancouver Aquarium, Canada, keepers suggested that a white whale about 15 years of age, uttered his name “Lagosi”. Other utterances were not perceptible, being described as “garbled human voice, or Russian, or similar to Chinese” by R.L. Eaton in a self-published account in 1979.

I’ve listened to the recordings quite a few times: it is uncanny, wondrous and poignant to hear the voice of NOC.

In his many years living among humans, was NOC trying to “make contact”? What motivated him to start, and to stop, talking in a human voice — did he conclude that the effort to speak the way humans did was not worth it?

When NOC said, as the diver reported, “out,” was he trying to tell the scientists what he wanted?

Read more: http://www.care2.com/causes/captive-whale-talk-like-humans.html#ixzz2LtqlVGas

Note: While visiting the Vancouver Aqarium in 2004 I made the acquaintance of a Beluga Whale who befriended me after the show that they were required to perform. Honestly, it felt like I was in the presence of a profound sentient being and was deeply honored that it spent about 30 minutes hanging out with me at the edge of the pool as we “vibed” each other with love. It’s one of those AWESOME experiences you never forget…