In just a few weeks in January 2013, mysterious animal, bird, fish, and possibly human die-offs have occurred, some on the same day, but in different locations. Massive fish kills washing up on beaches, birds falling out of the sky or found dead on the ground, animals, and possibly people dying in their sleep or dropping dead, all happening within the same time frame.
What could possibly be responsible?
A violent earth wobble and shaking have been recorded by USGS LISS heliplots during this period. When the ground moves, shifts, or pulls apart, methane and other noxious gases can be released from the land to rise into the air and water.
High levels of methane gas can kill suddenly – people, animals, birds, and fish. Methane kills its victims through inhalation and suffocation by quickly displacing oxygen in the lungs – death by respiratory failure. As you look through the list of events below, notice the sudden deaths of domestic animals in Pakistan that occurred shortly after the animals experienced difficulty breathing. Methane gas kills quickly.
Also in January, fearful villagers in Thailand hung red shirts outside their homes to ward off what they believed to be an evil spirit – the “Window Ghost. In just a short period of time, ten healthy Thai men mysteriously died under puzzling circumstances, some in their sleep and others just dropped in their tracks. None had shown any previous signs of illness.
Could the release of methane gas from the earth have killed the men in Thailand as they slept or walked about? Could schools of fish caught in rising methane bubbles die by the thousands? Could birds caught in methane releases to the air die suddenly and fall from the sky? You bet!
- (Jan 17) More than 30 miles of Sarasota Beach in Florida was inundated with dead fish
- (Jan 17) Thousands of tons of dead fish washed up in West Java in the Jatiluhur Reservoir in Purwakarta
- (Jan 15) Dead fish washed ashore in South Carolina: For the second time in a week, tens of thousands of dead fish washed ashore along a mile-and-a-half-long stretch of beach from Georgetown County to Pawleys Island. Between 30,000 to 40,000 Menhaden washed ashore. DeBordieu Beach had the same problem the day before.
- (Jan 15) More than 30 dead birds were found in Duson, Louisiana, scattered next to a sugar cane field with no visible signs of injury.
- (Jan 11) Hundreds of thousands of dead fish washed ashore on Masonboro Island in North Carolina. The dead fish, Atlantic Menhaden, were strewn along the beaches for more than a mile.
- (Jan 10) Dozens of pigs died of a mysterious disease in the Dominican Republic.One farmer said five of his nine pigs died overnight and three days later, of those that remained, two more had died.
- (Jan 6) The outbreak of mysterious disease in Pakistan killed more than 360 domestic animals in the northern Sindh districts withing a week. Animals included buffaloes, cows, and goats. According to villagers, the animals experienced difficulty breathing and died shortly thereafter.
Is the new normal of mysterious and catastrophic events – loud booms, building collapses, train derailments, explosions, landslides, sinkholes, and earth farts (noxious stench) – a precursor of what is to come? Feel free to post your comments below.
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