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The Door Is Closing

October 29, 2011 Comments off

For the ministry of Yahweh and Christ, our Grand Creator and Loving Savior, comes the time in which one door closes while another door opens. Established in 2005 and under the guidance of Yahweh’s holy angels for the purpose of bringing Yahweh’s Light of Truth to Mankind in these End Times, we have now completed our work in the 10th month, ten representing Completion, of the year 2011.

The nourishment that has been freely and graciously given by our Creator for this final and pre-Armageddon generation can be found via the many links listed on our website homepage www.LightofLifeMinistry.com, Facebook Page and on each of our blogs. It remains as a guiding light for those who continue to seek Truth so that it might be found. It is all that will be available in these final days prior to the Rapture and then, Armageddon in which Yahweh’s elite holy angelic warriors, the Lions of Zion will invade, execute those of evil mankind that remain and remove all traces of Dawn Lucifer Satan the Devil’s evil imprint upon this world.

For many, the door to deliverance, salvation and eternal life is closing and there will be no other door that then opens for them. May Yahweh and Christ lead you to Truth and may that Truth set you free. In the name of Christ Jesus our loving Savior and vindicator of righteous rule we pray, Amen Father Yahweh.

John 8:32 You will know the truth, and the truth will set you free.

Mitt Romney Embraces Climate Denial: ‘We Don’t Know What’s Causing Climate Change’

October 28, 2011 Comments off

Mother is using this ministry to bring forth Her prophecy. There is a reason people will blaspheme Her. It is this ministry’s duty to drop the spiritual hailstones that are a wake up call. The physical enormous hailstones follow our message to mankind. Mother wants people to know who the calamities have been coming from and who they will continue to come from:

Revelation 16:21 “Enormous hailstones, each weighing about 100 pounds, fell from heaven on the people, and they blasphemed God for the plague of hail because that plague was extremely severe.”

Severity is about to become much worse. Satan is not the cause, and Mother wants everyone to know that it comes directly from Her – The One in control, and the One whom is nature. Then, this will come to pass as well:

Psalm 83:18 “May they know that You alone— whose name is Yahweh—are the Most High over all the earth.”

WASHINGTON — Former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney broke with Republican orthodoxy this summer, telling a crowd in Manchester, N.H., that humans are at least somewhat responsible for climate change. Now Think Progress reports he’s reversing his position, arguing “we don’t know what’s causing climate change.”

“My view is that we don’t know what’s causing climate change on this planet,” he said at the Consol Energy Center in Pittsburgh, Pa. “And the idea of spending trillions and trillions of dollars to try to reduce CO2 emissions is not the right course for us. My view with regards to energy policy is pretty straightforward: I want us to become energy secure and independent of the oil cartels.”

The remarks come in stark contrast to his stated energy policy priorities.

“I believe the world is getting warmer, and I believe that humans have contributed to that,” he said at a town hall this June. “It’s important for us to reduce our emissions of pollutants and greenhouse gases that may be significant contributors.”

With his fellow GOP presidential contenders engaging in different shades of climate denial, Romney has distanced himself from those remarks. In an Oct. 3 interview with the New Hampshire Union Leader posted online Thursday night, he elaborates on his new position on global warming.

“I say it’s probably happening, all right? I think it’s happening,” he said when questioned about a passage in his 2010 book “No Apology” that deals with climate change.

“You said in June you believe the world is getting warmer and that humans have contributed to that,” noted one reporter, quoting a line that comes directly from his book.

“And continue to the next line after that,” Romney pressed.

“It’s important for us to reduce our emissions of pollutants and greenhouse gases that may be significant contributors,” said the reporter.

“I say in the book three things,” said a frustrated Romney. “One, I believe what I said before, I think it’s getting warmer. Two, I believe we contribute to it. And three, I don’t know by how much — a lot or a little. And I am not willing to adopt multitrillion dollar programs to reduce greenhouse gases in America. They don’t call it America warming, they call it global warming.”

As president, Romney added, he would “aggressively develop oil and gas, as well as use our coal resources.” Nuclear too would be a priority, though he said that it would require a long lead time.

“Of course I like the renewable resources, but I’m not in favor of sending checks for half a billion dollars as a venture capitalist to various favored solar companies,” he said, in a conspicuous reference to Solyndra.

Romney’s climate denial puts him in line with most every other contender in the Republican presidential field.

Herman Cain has called the very premise of climate change “a scam,” while former Sen. Rick Santorum (R-Pa.) has referred to it as nothing more than a “trend,” accusing the left of “taking advantage” of it by creating “a beautifully concocted scheme because they know that the earth is gonna cool and warm.”

Back in 2009, meanwhile, Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-Minn.) argued on the House floor that the very concept of global warming is faulty because “carbon dioxide is a natural byproduct of nature!”

In an August stump speech, Texas Gov. Rick Perry took the skepticism about climate change one step further, telling a New Hampshire business crowd that scientists have cooked up the data on global warming for the cash.

“We’re seeing weekly, or even daily, scientists who are coming forward and questioning the original idea that man-made global warming is what’s causing the climate to change,” Perry said at the time. “Yes, our climates change. They’ve been changing ever since the earth was formed.”

Rep. Ron Paul (R-Texas) has become increasingly skeptical of climate change, calling it “the greatest hoax I think that has been around for many, many years, if not hundreds of years,” in a 2009 interview with Fox News.

Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich (R-Ga.) appeared alongside former House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) in a 2008 ad that urged the country to address climate change, but has since switched to denial.

Former Utah Gov. Jon Huntsman is the only mainstream Republican presidential contender who has been outspoken about the need for climate action, calling Republicans’ failure to address climate change at the national level “immensely frustrating.” Within the GOP presidential field, he’s green advocates’ best hope. – HuffingtonPost

Thousands of dead birds wash up on Ontario shores

October 23, 2011 Comments off

Jeremiah 12:4 “How long will the land mourn and the grass of every field wither? Because of the evil of its residents, animals and birds have been swept away, for [the people] have said, “He cannot see what our end will be.”

Father is permitting much of Her animal Kingdom to die off here in these last days of this old system of things; and those animals are blameless in Father’s eyes; they just got caught up in Dawn’s misdealings that have led to dire consequences for every one and everything on this dying planet; is the Earth dying? YES it is; but Father won’t let it happen, and is why She’s intervened against Mankind’s harsh treatment of Her property’ Father is altering the Earth as I write this; She is also letting things get worse as far as Mankind goes, but will pull the Earth back from the brink of destruction.

As many as 6,000 dead birds have washed up on the shores of Georgian Bay in Ontario, say authorities, who believe botulism may be to blame.

Ontario Provincial Police Constable Peter Leon said Saturday the number of dead waterfowl is estimated to be between 5,000 and 6,000.

The dead birds are scattered along a nearly three-kilometre stretch north of the community of Wasaga Beach, said Constable Leon.

Federal and provincial officials believe the cause of the death is a form of botulism, apparently from the birds eating dead fish, he said.

A spokeswoman for Natural Resources Minister Michael Gravelle says staff in his department are monitoring the situation and planned to be at the scene on Sunday to collect more samples. Two weeks ago the Ministry of Natural Resources issued a news release saying the death of large numbers of fish and wildlife on the Great Lakes is not uncommon at certain times of the year. Georgian Bay is on Lake Huron.

Small-scale die-offs caused by botulism occur annually around the Great Lakes, with the last large-scale one happening in Lake Ontario in 2007, the ministry said.

According to public health agencies, no cases of human illness have been attributed to outbreaks of botulism in the Great Lakes.

Type E botulism toxin is produced by a bacterium that lives in lake bottom sediment, and under certain conditions it begins producing the toxin, which then enters the aquatic food chain, according to the ministry. Birds who eat affected fish can die.

Health Canada says proper cooking and handling of food eliminates the botulism toxin.

Police say people in the area are being advised to keep a close eye on their children and pets to make sure they stay away from the dead birds. – The Globe and Mail

In the Animal Kingdom, Bear Attacks on the Rise

October 3, 2011 Comments off

Yahweh is directing the animal kingdom – as they begin to starve – towards humankind as a food source. Those once preyed upon will become the predator. Fear of mankind will be lifted from their instinct and survival will become their driving force. Additionally, the pet dogs being abandoned, they will become more fierce than a pack of wolves. Soon, it will be dangerous out doors even in cities where they pack for survival. Humans will become their targets as a plentiful food source as cattle and horses and other livestock perish from the harsh conditions Yahweh is bringing upon this planet.

 A bear attacked a couple inside their central Pennsylvania home, sending both people to a hospital.

According to Pennsylvania Game Commission spokesman Jerry Feaser  the couple’s dog was chased inside the house by the bear, who followed shortly after.

The attack happened Monday morning in Oliver Township.

Feaser says the man inside the home was scratched and bitten and a woman was attacked as she tried to chase the animal away.

Emergency dispatchers say both were taken to Harrisburg Hospital with unspecified injuries.

State police in Newport directed inquiries to the Pennsylvania Game Commission.

Oliver Township is near Newport in largely rural Perry County, about 20 miles northwest of Harrisburg.

Last June another woman was also attacked by a bear in the same area.

After spotting the animal she ran away and played dead. The bear then attacked her leg. – MailOnline

Yellowstone grizzly bear involved in attacks euthanized

Authorities in Yellowstone National Park have linked a grizzly sow they captured last week to two fatal maulings this summer and killed the bear Sunday, the park announced Monday.

The grizzly’s two cubs, which were captured Sept. 29, were placed in a wildlife facility in West Yellowstone, Mont.

Park officials said that adult bears do not adapt well to captivity, whereas cubs may.

Genetic testing indicated that the female bear was responsible for the death of hiker Brian Matayoshi of Torrance on July 6 and that the 250-pound sow was present at the scene of a fatal attack on hiker John Wallace in August.

In the July incident park officials determined that the sow had been defending her cubs when she attacked Matayoshi and his wife on the Wapiti lake Trail. In that case, even if authorities had immediately found the bear they would not have killed it, since it had no history of interaction with humans.

And, even though the grizzly was one of nine bears in the area where Wallace’s body was found, Yellowstone Superintendent Dan Wenk said the sow was euthanized to “eliminate the risk of future interaction with Yellowstone visitors and staff.” – LATimes

E. Idaho Elk Hunter Hospitalized After Bear Attack

An Idaho elk hunter who apparently stumbled across a bear’s resting spot Saturday was hospitalized after the animal bit him and broke his right arm, officials said.

Richard Paini, 40, suffered puncture wounds and an injured left hand along with the broken forearm in the attack at about 9 a.m. He was taken to the Eastern Idaho Regional Medical Center in Idaho Falls.

A hospital spokesman said Paini, of Island Park, was listed in serious condition Saturday afternoon. She declined to release details about the extent of his injuries.

The bear involved in the attack fled after Paini’s archery hunting partner, John Stiehl of Island Park, used bear spray to scare off the bear. Stiehl told authorities he believed it was a grizzly bear.

The Wildlife Human Attack Response Team was activated to investigate the attack, said Gregg Losinski, a spokesman for Idaho Fish and Game and a member of the team.

“It was described to be a large bear,” Losinski said.

He said the attack, first reported by KIFI-TV in Idaho Falls, occurred about a half mile east of Last Chance in the Caribou-Targhee National Forest. He said hair samples collected at the site have been sent to a lab that will identify whether it was a black bear or grizzly bear. – ABCNews

Bear killed after attacking goat, dog; animal stalked livestock in Fall River Mills area

A sheriff’s deputy shot and killed an aggressive black bear early Wednesday morning in the Fall River Mills area after the bear entered a man’s property and stalked his livestock, attacked a goat and mauled his dog.

Scott Myers called the Shasta County Sheriff’s Office at 12:15 a.m., saying for the past few days the bear had been dangerously close to his Comanche Court property.

“The bear was near the livestock tent watching the animals,” a sheriff’s office dispatch report says.

Myers told dispatchers the bear also had attacked a goat and had injured the his dog earlier in the week.

He said the bear had been run up a tree and he was waiting for deputies or a game warden to arrive.

A Shasta County sheriff’s deputy eventually arrived and shot the bear, Myers said.

Black bears generally shy away from humans, although occasionally bears become aggressive toward people and livestock, according to the Department of Fish and Game. – Redding.com


STRANGE MASSIVE WORLD-WIDE ANIMAL DEATHS

October 1, 2011 3 comments

Is Yahweh in the process of creating dead zones? Making the earth uninhabitable in a step by step process? And, are underground mining operations risking the lives of miners as the earth continues to shift and crack across the globe, making future cave in’s more than just a possible threat?

This and more is on the horizon. The earth itself is now the biggest threat to all life on this planet.

Looking at mankind, knowing it is out of harmony, how can anyone expect the home they live upon to be within harmony? The misuse of this planet’s resources by mankind, and the total disregard for it being a natural recycling creation, and the involvement of the LOZ to rectify creation through the use of violence, it all adds doom to its inhabitants – inclu

ding the animal kingdom, sea life, and insect populations. Yahweh is performing a two-fold process. She is cleansing the earth, and She is altering it in preparation for making it the jewel it once was. Yahweh’s land (She owns everything in creation) has become polluted, and Her temple of worship has become defiled with falsehoods. A pattern was set long ago:

2 Chronicles 34:8 “[ Josiah's Repair of the Temple ] In the eighteenth year of his reign, in order to cleanse the land and the temple, Josiah sent Shaphan son of Azaliah, along with Maaseiah the governor of the city and the recorder Joah son of Joahaz, to repair the temple of the LORD his God.”

Something strange is happening in the world. First they (the authorities) claimed it was the cold which was killing the birds and the fish but now it’s happening all around the world, in warmer areas as well. So it’s not the cold which is killing these animals.

It’s not pollution either, such as poisoned water or something in the air (such as chemtrails) because it would have been detected by now and besides it’s happening everywhere in the world. It’s simply not possible that the entire world would suddenly turn poisonous. So what’s really happening here? No one really knows yet but everyone is speculating and creating theories of their own.

Some have even ventured to fairy tale lands into explaining that the birds died because they were terrified by fireworks which were used on January 1st 2011, but what about the fish? And why hasn’t this happened in previous years because this year is definitely not the first year in which people use fireworks.
This is definitely not normal, not a routine event and not something that happens everyday. Some of these events have happened a few months ago while most of these events are happening right now, but never the less the listed older events still might give some clues to what could be causing this strange world event.
This page will get updated regularly as more such mysterious deaths are expected to happen anytime so be sure to check back.
So far, according to the authorities, all these poor animals died because of the cold and indigestion, but there’s a problem here. There’s no cold in these countries: Thailand, Vietnam, Philippines, Brazil nor in New Zealand and could all these birds and fish suddenly become victims of mass indigestion?
There’s something bizarre happening here.
This mysterious apocalyptic phenomenon has happened so far in the following places:
Ireland
Update 10 – Whales found dead on Donegal Beach
Malaysia
Update 14 – Fishy deaths near Tambun cemetery
Netherlands
Update 10 – Massive fish kills in Berkel
Norway
Update 14 – Eider ducks die like flies
Papua New Guinea
Update 10 – Dead fish washed ashore at Pari village
Spain
Update 10 – Thousands of dead fish
Taiwan
Update 10 – Dead birds found in an orchard
Ukraine
Update 10 – 1,500 birds found dead in Ukraine
United States of America
Louisiana
South Dakota
Update 13 – Yankton Sees Bird Kill-Off

Fish & Ocean Life Continue to Die at Alarming Rates

September 18, 2011 Comments off

A collection of recent stories reporting the continued die off of fish and other ocean life:

Another mass die-off: Millions of fish found dead in China

(NaturalNews) Two days before the massive 9.0+ magnitude earthquake struck off the coast of Japan, millions of dead fish were found mysteriously blanketing waters at King Harbor Marina in Redondo Beach, Calif. And in a similar turn of events, millions of dead fish were recently discovered floating in China’s Minjiang River — just a coincidence, or a sign of worse things to come? What’s on Xiamen, a Chinese news source, reports that countless millions of dead fish were found floating on a large portion of the Minjiang River stretching from Huangtian in Gutian County, to Shuikou, an area that represents the largest grass carp breeding region in China’s Fujian Province. As many as nine million fish have reportedly died in Huangtian alone, thus far. “All the fish in Huangtian floated onto the river on August 27, 28 and 29,” said Wei Maoci to Chinese reporters. Maoci, who owns his own fish farm, was the first of many farmers to experience massive and unexplained fish deaths and he reportedly lost the equivalent of roughly $470,000 worth of fish as a result. – Natural News.com

Fish kills reported in Neuse River in wake of Irene

Staff members from both the N.C. Division of Water Quality and state Wildlife Resources Commission agencies report that oxygen levels in the rivers have steadily decreased each day since the hurricane passed on Aug. 27. As the oxygen levels decrease, staff have seen stressed fish gasping for oxygen and others dying. – ENC Today

NC officials: Avoid eating, touching dead fish

NEW HANOVER COUNTY, NC (WECT) – Widespread fish kills in eastern North Carolina are an expected impact from Hurricane Irene, and officials with the State Division of Public Health warn residents to avoid eating or touching the dead fish. Scientists estimate that hundreds of fish have turned up dead in rivers, including the Northeast Cape Fear River, since Irene made landfall August 27. “We came out here to check out the water and there was dead fish everywhere,” said fisherman Dan Siuta. “There’s dead catfish floating around.” – WECT

Overwhelmed by putrid fish smell

PAM and Peter Clarke were hoping to enjoy the recent balmy weather in the backyard of their Ballina home until they opened their back doors and were overwhelmed by a horrible smell. The couple live in the North Lakes estate and their home backs onto a canal which, as it turns out, was the location of a significant fish kill last week. Mrs Clarke said council workers cleaned up hundreds of dead fish that were scattered in the lakes of the estate. However, they did not pick up all of them and some are now rotting in the canal behind their house. The result is a revolting stench that greets the Clarkes when they go to bask in the afternoon sun. – Northern Star

Biologists Set To Rescue Fish From Drying Texas Rivers

The Texas Parks & Wildlife has been talking about this for months, now. Back in July, the department put out a long, explanatory press release on what’s happening to wildlife as the drought deepens. One of the important things they note is that when water doesn’t fall from the sky, animals turn to spring-fed ponds, or water that comes from the earth. According to TPWD, animals have survived long droughts in the past, but our consumption of water is making droughts more severe. – NPR.com

Deep Lake Fish Kills Attributed to Oxygen, Water Temperature

Dead fish in Bull shoals, Norfolk and Beaver lakes in north Arkansas have resulted in questions and concerns from a number of Arkansans.  It is a natural and somewhat seasonal phenomenon, according to Ken Shirley, a veteran district fisheries biologist with the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission. The situation was complicated this year because of unusual and prolonged high levels on the lakes resulting from heavy spring rains. – KATV.com

Water monitored after dead fish spotted

County officials said Friday night they were testing the water at Boca Chica beach to determine whether to issue any type of warning after dead fish were found along the shore— possible victims of red tide. People with asthma or other respiratory problems can be particularly sensitive to red tide, and there were already reports of people reacting to something at the beach. Cameron County Commissioner Sofia C. Benavides, of Precinct 1, visited the shore Friday and reported that the water was not red. However, she said she experienced irritation to her throat, a common symptom of red tide. Willie Cupit, a Texas Parks and Wildlife Department coastal ecologist, said Friday morning he hadn’t received a report of the fish kill, but that it would be investigated. Cupit said Thursday that the presence of red tide in the Brownsville Ship Channel was confirmed. “We were kind of holding our breath. It’s going to spread. It’s just kind of a waiting game,” he said Friday. “You can’t really pre-dict where it’s going to go.” – The Brownsville Herald

Red Tide Killing Abalone off California

The sudden death of thousands of red abalone and other invertebrates along the Sonoma County Coast over the past few weeks has prompted state wildlife officials to propose an indefinite ban on abalone fishing while biologists search for a cause. The California Fish and Game Commission passed an emergency order Thursday to close the only abalone fishery in the state after continued reports of dead mollusks along the shoreline and in the water in Bodega Bay, Russian Gulch, Fort Ross, Timber Cove and Salt Point State Park. California Department of Fish and Game officials said the mass die-off was caused by an unusual and virulent red tide. “It is an unprecedented event,” said Ian Taniguchi, the senior marine biologist for fish and game. “It’s definitely going to affect the fishery. It is such a significant event that it may change how we manage the overall abalone fishery in the future.” – SF Gate

Tar balls, dead marine life raise more questions about oil in the gulf

Though BP has continued to deny that any of its gulf wells are leaking oil, a large-scale oil slick reported in the area is worrying Gulf Coast watchdogs. Concerns abound that the oil could spell trouble for area fisheries, especially since reports of dead dolphins have persisted in recent days. Since Tropical Storm Lee recently made landfall in the Gulf Coast region, tar balls have started washing up on the shores of Louisiana all the way to Florida. Dramatic videos published last week on the site Black Oil, Red Blood shows that oil is indeed still a problem. Whether that is the result of a new leak or a remnant of last year’s Deepwater Horizon spill remains a mystery. (Photos of a dolphin skeleton that washed up in Biloxi, Miss., are also shown.) According to the site, these images were taken “during the past few weeks and months, at a time when BP has engaged in an aggressive, multi-million dollar advertising campaign which proclaims to the country that Gulf beaches are clean, safe, and open for business.” – The Florida Independant

Isaiah 50:2 “Why was no one there when I came? Why was there no one to answer when I called? Is My hand too short to redeem? Or do I have no power to deliver? Look, I dry up the sea by My rebuke; I turn the rivers into a wilderness; their fish rot because of lack of water and die of thirst.”

The seas will steam up and much water will evaporate up into the atmosphere as Yahweh reforms the canopy around this planet. With that action, many fish and other sea creatures will perish. Mankind will make a vain effort to harvest dying fish populations to fish farms and hatcheries, but all will fail in salvaging what must perish.

Killer Bees Worst in 10 Years

September 17, 2011 1 comment

Are the killer bees meaner than ever in 2011? The Killer Bee Guy thinks so. They’re much more ornery this year, according to Reed Booth, also known as The Killer Bee Guy. “This is the worst I’ve seen in 10 years,” Booth told CNN affiliate KOLD-TV in Tucson this week. Booth spoke after taking out a 200-pound hive of a quarter-million killer bees on a Bisbee farm earlier this week. The bees had swarmed after their hive in an outbuilding on the farm was disturbed. They killed a 1,000-pound hog and and sent a pregnant 800-pound sow into a coma. The piglets were lost, KOLD reported. “A thousand-pound pig is a huge thing,” Booth said. “I’m kinda surprised that they did kill it.” Farmer Jane Hewitt said the attack was frightening. “I jumped into a car but the passenger side window was down, and they came in a black cloud towards me.  I tried to swat at them and get them out the driver’s side window,” she told KOLD. The Bisbee hive was one of two massive hives Booth has tackled within a week. On Tuesday, Booth removed a hive of 200,000 bees from an abandoned home in Palominas, according to a report on willcoxrangenews.com. That hive contained some of the most aggressive bees he’s ever seen, according to the report. “This was, on a scale of 1 to 10, with 10 being the worst, this was definitely a nine,” Booth said. “You could smell the venom. There were so many bees around our masks, we could barely see.” CNN affiliate KNXV-TV in Phoenix reported that a man in Wilhoit, Arizona, died after a bee attack last week. Two other men were injured. Hives of 100 pounds or more have been removed from residences in the Phoenix area, too, CNN affiliate KPHO-TV reports. “This year we’ve had more large hives than we’ve ever had,” said Kevin Hodgson, of The Beekeeper, an extermination service in the Phoenix area. “Consistently these hives are bigger than they’ve been in recent years,” Hodgson told KPHO. Booth won’t dispute that. “It’s been a record year for big, mean hives,” willcoxrangenews.com quotes Booth as saying. Meanwhile in California, bees attacked four people Thursday in Santa Ana junk yard, sending all four to the hospital, according to a report from CNN affiliate KCBS-TV. One of the men, who was in a wheelchair when the hive was disturbed, was stung 64 times. Three other men were stung as they pulled him away from the swarm, according to the report. -CNN

Yahweh is directing the animal kingdom – as they begin to starve – towards humankind as a food source. Those once preyed upon will become the predator. Fear of mankind will be lifted from their instinct and survival will become their driving force. Additionally, the pet dogs being abandoned, they will become more fierce than a pack of wolves. Soon, it will be dangerous out doors even in cities where they pack for survival. Humans will become their targets as a plentiful food source as cattle and horses and other livestock perish from the harsh conditions Yahweh is bringing upon this planet.

Mystery of Hurricane Irene’s Gross Gray Blobs Solved

September 15, 2011 Comments off

When Hurricane Irene barreled up the U.S. Eastern coastline, the storm left behind a path of widespread damage — and a generous helping of mysterious, squishy gray blobs in shallow waters and beaches from Virginia to New York, according to news reports.

“They’re pretty disgusting looking,” Cathy Hopkins of Hampton, Va., told local media outlet the Daily Press.

Hopkins spotted dozens of the nasty floating blobs — many of which give off a powerful stench — near the mouth of the Poquoson River, off the Chesapeake Bay.

So what are these strange invaders?

“They’re potato sponges,” said Emmett Duffy, a professor at the Virginia Institute of Marine Science, in a statement.

The institution has been inundated with queries about the blobs, which have been described as being of “various sizes,” with the smallest “around the size of a baseball.” Reports of their texture range from “kind of rubbery or leathery” to “kind of soft.”

Unlike their tuber namesakes, potato sponges are animals. The simple invertebrates usually remain out of sight beneath the waves, anchored to the seafloor. The unobtrusive filter-feeders, which can grow to the size of a soccer ball, inhabit shallow coastal habitats around the world.

Stormy weather can churn up the ocean waters where potato sponges dwell, dislodging them from the seafloor and unleashing a flood of dying or dead sponges — hence the foul smells — onto an unsuspecting coastal population.

Although a plague of sponges doesn’t always follow a big storm, it has happened in the past. Hundreds washed ashore in Virginia after Tropical Storm Hanna in 2008, the Daily Press reported. – Yahoo.com

As reported by this ministry, Early September 2011: Watch what will soon wash up from the dying seas. A deadly brew is fermenting and will soon surface. Your coastlines will become stagnated with the death toll.

Learn who is against the nations: Jeremiah 51:25 “Look, I am against you, devastating mountain— [this is] the LORD’s declaration— you devastate the whole earth. I will stretch out My hand against you, roll you down from the cliffs, and turn you into a burned out mountain.”

Health fears over toxic floodwaters as death toll rises to five and 130,000 people are forced to evacuate across three states

September 9, 2011 Comments off

Floodwaters from the remnants of Lee and Irene have become tainted with sewage and other toxins and are threatening public health in parts of the north east.

Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Corbett warned of the dangers of coming into contact with raw sewage.
He said: ‘We face a public health emergency because sewage treatment plants are underwater and no longer working.

‘Flood water is toxic and polluted. If you don’t have to be in it, keep out.’

‘We’re worried about people even getting near the water.’

He spoke as relentless rain caused catastrophic flooding from Maryland to New England, killing at least five people and forcing the evacuation of more than 130,000 in three states.

Remnants of Tropical Storm Lee swamped homes and dropped up to a foot of rain outside Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, which declared a state of emergency.

The National Weather Service issued large number of flood warnings for parts of Delaware, New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Maryland and Virginia.

Flood watches were also in effect in other areas from Massachusetts to Washington, D.C.

In Pennsylvania, the rising waters of the Susquehanna River forced the evacuation of 65,000 people from Wilkes-Barre and another 35,000 from surrounding counties, said Stephen Urban, commissioner of Luzerne County.

Eight feet of water covered normally picturesque river towns like Tunkhannock and Shickshinny, and residents who disregarded the evacuation rode out the flood in their bedrooms and attics. Others flocked to refuge centers.

The typically meandering river was turned into a roiling toxic mess after washing out 10 sewage processing plants, Mr Corbett said.

The Susquehanna crested at Wilkes-Barre at 38.83 feet at 9.35pm ET Thursday, about two feet lower than forecast and just below the levees, according to the Middle Atlantic River Forecast Center in State College.

At least five people were killed in Pennsylvania and Virginia in flood-related incidents.
In Hershey, Pennsylvania, a homeowner trying to bail water out of his flooded basement died with a wall collapsed.

In Lancaster County, a 62-year-old woman in her car was caught in flood waters, and a man was swept away as he tried to walk through rushing water up to 18 inches deep, authorities said.

In Virginia’s Fairfax County, flash floods swept away two people, a 12-year-old boy in his family’s backyard and a man in his sixties who was outside his car, said Lucy Caldwell, spokeswoman for Fairfax County Police.

‘The water rose so quickly and so abruptly. It was terrifying,’ Caldwell said.

At Hersheypark’s ZooAmerica in Pennsylvania, two bison were shot to spare them from drowning in rapidly rising floodwaters.

Officials at the zoo defended the decision as the most humane choice.

The one-ton animals were trapped in their pen as the waters surged and zookeepers could not evacuate them.

‘Unfortunately, no one could anticipate a weather event that went from inches of rain to feet of flooding in a matter of a few short minutes,’ the zoo said in its statement.

‘Faced with the prospect of watching the extended suffering of the bison and their eventual death due to drowning, the zoo staff chose the most humane path possible and euthanized the bison.’

Rivers and creeks still swollen by Hurricane Irene two weeks ago threatened cities and towns throughout Pennsylvania, New York and New Jersey, and were poised to smash records.

‘It’s like Irene without the wind,’ meteorologist Elliot Abrams on Accuweather.com said of torrential rains predicted to continue through Thursday night.

To the north, a dozen Vermont towns flooded by Hurricane Irene were still on boil-water orders 12 days later, though officials reported no waterborne illness.

Similar precautions have been taken throughout other storm-damaged states. – DailyMail

As reported by this ministry 5/10/11: The coming epidemics from tainted water will begin to spread shortly. Hospitals will be overwhelmed by the sheer number of people that are infected. Boiling water is still the best defense against water born diseases, and should also be boiled to bathe with. People living in flooded areas should follow this precaution.

The animal kingdom will also suffer from the effects. Those with pets in the infected areas should boil their drinking water also. Pets that are permitted free range will become infected. Livestock will also be at risk from the new strains of bacteria that are in the toxic brew if permitted to drink the tainted water.

Global warming brings crab threat to Antarctica

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The sea floor around the West Antarctica peninsula could become invaded by a voracious king crab, which is on the march thanks to global warming, biologists reported on Wednesday.

The worrisome intruder is a bright-red deep-sea predator that previously had been spotted only in the Ross Sea, on the other side of West Antarctica.

Taxonomists identified the crustacean just five years ago, bestowing it with the lengthy monicker of Neolithodes yaldwyni Ahyong and Dawson and placing it among the 121 species of king crab.

It is known as an “ecosystem engineer” because it digs into the sea floor to feast on worms and other tiny animals, an activity that in large numbers can have repercussions across the marine food web.

A team led by Laura Grange of the University of Hawaii at Manoa lowered a remote-controlled scoutcraft as part of a long-term probe into biodiversity in the waters off the Antarctic peninsula.

They looked at Palmer Deep, a mud-floored basin in the Weddell Sea located 120 kilometres (75 miles) from the edge of the continental shelf.

The robot’s camera, trailed over two kilometres (1.2 miles), spotted 42 crabs, all of them at depths lower than 850 metres (2,760 feet), where the water was a relatively balmy 1.4 degrees Celsius (34.5 degrees Fahrenheit).

By extrapolation, the crab population in Palmer’s deep — an area measuring 14 kms (nine miles) long by eight kms (five miles) wide — could be more than 1.5 million, says Grange.

That density is the same as commercial crab fisheries in Alaska and the British South Atlantic island of South Georgia.

The images gave a glimpse of the kind of damage caused by the foraging crustaceans. – Yahoo.com

Watch what will soon wash up from the dying seas. A deadly brew is fermenting and will soon surface. Your coastlines will become stagnated with the death toll.

Learn who is against the nations: Jeremiah 51:25 “Look, I am against you, devastating mountain— [this is] the LORD’s declaration— you devastate the whole earth. I will stretch out My hand against you, roll you down from the cliffs, and turn you into a burned out mountain.”

Thousands of fish die in Emporia park lake

August 26, 2011 Comments off

EMPORIA, Kan. (AP) — A state biologist says decomposing leaves probably caused the deaths of thousands of fish in city lake in Emporia.

KVOE-AM reports (http://bit.ly/p3FyTR ) the die-off happened over the weekend in the lake at Emporia’s Peter Pan Park. More than a thousand dead shad lined the shore on Sunday, with some carp and buffalo also found dead.

State Wildlife and Parks fisheries biologist Carson Cox says leaves that fell from surrounding leaves were decomposing on the lake bottom, reducing the oxygen. Cox says shad do poorly in low oxygen. Other fish survived by staying closer to the surface, where oxygen was higher.

Cox believes bass and bluegill are still plentiful in the lake. He says the state will have 600 adult catfish ready to go in October if the lake needs restocking. – Chron.com

Genesis 1:26 “Then God said…, “Let Us make man in Our image, according to Our likeness. They will rule the fish of the sea, the birds of the sky, the animals, all the earth, and the creatures that crawl on the earth.”

Ecclesiastes 9:12 “For man certainly does not know his time: like fish caught in a cruel net, or like birds caught in a trap, so people are trapped in an evil time, as it suddenly falls on them.”

Mankind has proved itself to be in Satan’s image. Mankind has been revoked of any rule over the animal kingdom as the destroyer angel brings devastation to the wildlife as a preview of what mankind can expect to rain down upon itself and surface from the depths of a poisoned planet. The rain of dead fowl and sea life coming to the surface will reveal the stagnation of mankind’s own future fate. The curse coupled with plague is ever widening on this planet. Look beyond Arkansas children. Remain steadfast in your faith. Only a remnant will survive what has come in upon this planet.

‘Mum, the bear is eating me!’: Frantic final phone calls of woman, 19, eaten alive by brown bear and its three cubs

August 17, 2011 Comments off

A distraught mother listened on a mobile phone as her teenage daughter was eaten alive by a brown bear and its three cubs.

Olga Moskalyova, 19, gave an horrific hour-long running commentary on her own death in three separate calls as the wild animals mauled her.

She screamed: ‘Mum, the bear is eating me! Mum, it’s such agony. Mum, help!’

Her mother Tatiana said that at first she thought she was joking.

‘But then I heard the real horror and pain in Olga’s voice, and the sounds of a bear growling and chewing,’ she added. ‘I could have died then and there from shock.’

Unknown to Tatiana, the bear had already killed her husband Igor Tsyganenkov – Olga’s stepfather – by overpowering him, breaking his neck and smashing his skull.

Olga, a trainee psychologist, saw the ­attack on her stepfather in tall grass and reeds by a river in Russia and fled for 70 yards before the mother bear grabbed her leg.

As the creature toyed with her, she managed to call Tatiana several times during the prolonged attack.Tatiana rang her husband – not knowing he was ­already dead – but got no answer.

She alerted the police and relatives in the village of Termalniy, near Petropavlovsk Kamchatskiy, in the extreme east of Siberia.

She begged them to rush to the river where the pair had gone to retrieve a fishing rod that Igor had left.

In a second call, a weak Olga gasped: ‘Mum, the bears are back. She came back and brought her three babies. They’re… eating me.’ – Read More at DailyMail

Yahweh is directing the animal kingdom – as they begin to starve – towards humankind as a food source. Those once preyed upon will become the predator. Fear of mankind will be lifted from their instinct and survival will become their driving force. Additionally, the pet dogs being abandoned, they will become more fierce than a pack of wolves. Soon, it will be dangerous out doors even in cities where they pack for survival. Humans will become their targets as a plentiful food source as cattle and horses and other livestock perish from the harsh conditions Yahweh is bringing upon this planet.

Natural disasters lead to rise of encroachment incidents in New Mexico

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Los Alamos animal control officers are dealing with an increase of dangerous animals venturing a little too far into human habitats. Sunday a 300 pound, male black bear wandered into a trap sitting right in front of the Newma’s house. “I’ve got a bear and I’ll tell you, it’s been exciting,” said Herbert Newman who has heard the bear wrestling around at night and believes he’s been stealing his garbage. Bears aren’t uncommon in Los Alamos, but ones so close to homes, the Newmans say it’s uncomfortable. “All the other animals I’m not worried about,” commented Newman. “I’m stronger than they are.” Game and Fish officers say they’ve also seen an increase of deer, coyotes and raccoons. “We’ve had a high consistency of animals coming into town,” said Officer Blake Swanson, NM Game and Fish. “After the Las Conchas fire they were basically running rampant throughout town.” Swanson says besides the Las Conchas fire, the dire drought is also to blame for starving animals forced into neighborhoods. Before attending to the bear at the Newman’s home, he set a trap for a raccoon that another neighbor says has been plucking fish out of his pond. The department has also trapped an unusually high number of raccoons. Swansons adds keeping garbage inside and taking down bird feeders at night will also help deter hungry creatures. He says the weather is helping too. “Every day we get a little more rain, a little more habitat back and that’s helping quite a bit.” The trapped at the home was healthy and will be relocated near Cuba, N.M. -KRQE

Yahweh is directing the animal kingdom – as they begin to starve – towards humankind as a food source. Those once preyed upon will become the predator. Fear of mankind will be lifted from their instinct and survival will become their driving force. Additionally, the pet dogs being abandoned, they will become more fierce than a pack of wolves. Soon, it will be dangerous out doors even in cities where they pack for survival. Humans will become their targets as a plentiful food source as cattle and horses and other livestock perish from the harsh conditions Yahweh is brining upon this planet.

Animal Attacks on the Rise

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Wild boars invade farms, attack pets

(Reuters) – Wild boars are invading the farms of central New York state, attacking livestock, killing family pets and chasing people, experts warned on Friday.

The feral swine are a non-native species suspected of escaping from game farms. As many as a couple of hundred are roaming the state, said Paul Curtis, a natural resources professor at Cornell University in Ithaca.

While an exact picture of the wild boar population in New York State is unclear, a report from the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) said the swine were successfully breeding in the three counties and producing litters averaging four to six piglets.

“We’ve shot probably 15 to 20 of them in the last three years,” said Peter Andersen, a farmer in Long Eddy in Sullivan County.

“We’ve shot them right square in the head and the bullet will glance off and they’ll get up and go. Their skulls are so thick in the front, if you don’t happen to hit it at a perfect 90 degrees, with the way their heads have that kind of curved shape, the bullet will glance right off,” he added.

Armed with a $230,000 grant from the Invasive Species Council of New York, the USDA last year sought to control the growing wild boar problem.

According to a USDA report, 27 of the animals were trapped or shot and tested for diseases.

“In the absence of aggressive professional management, these populations will likely continue their expansion and become entrenched in New York State with potentially devastating consequences to natural resources, agriculture, and human health and safety,” according to the report.

There have been no reports of feral swine attacks on humans but the animals can be aggressive, experts said.

USDA biologist Justin Gansowski said the swine have reportedly attacked livestock, killed a Labrador retriever and chased people in New York state.

“There’s always the potential for attacks on people,” said Curtis. – Reuters

Russia, now France terrorized by ravenous wolf packs

A bloody, stinking sheep’s carcass greets shepherd Yves Vignon as he walks to check on his flock on the foggy Alpine heights. It’s the 17th of his ewes to be savaged in a month. The mountains over Grenoble were once an ideal grazing ground for his 900 sheep. But now, after long banishment, the wolves are back – bolder and hungrier than ever. “We came to this spot on June 24. A week later we were attacked” by wolves, Vignon, 62, said. It was the first of at least four attacks over the past month. “Every morning when I get up, I wonder what I am going to find on the spot where the sheep have spent the night,” he says. “I’m not here to feed those wolves!” Wolves were eradicated in France in the 1930s, but made a comeback in the southern Alps in 1992, crossing from Italy. They have spread through eastern France, first to the Savoy and this year to the Vosges and Doubs regions. The predators have also appeared in the Pyrenees and in the heart of France in the Massif Central mountain range, but the government says these far-flung wolves also originate from the Italian pack. Regional authorities estimate the French wolf population at between 170 and 200 this year, up from 140 to 170 last year. The government says wolves killed 1329 animals, mostly sheep, in France this year up to July 22. “We are beginning to wonder if there is a type of wolf that has no fear … since humans are not doing anything to them,” says Pascal Grosjean, a French government wolf expert. One such pack of fearless wolves swooped on a flock in broad daylight under the noses of two shepherds and five sheep dogs in the Alps in November 2010, Grosjean said. – Extinction Protocol

Fayetteville company hired to trap wild dogs in Cumberland County

Fear of a rabies outbreak in Cumberland County has prompted Animal Control officials to take “extraordinary measures” to catch and kill dozens of feral pack dogs that have been attacking pets and wildlife with increasing regularity.

Animal Control has hired a Fayetteville company to help trap or kill what officials hope will be 60 dogs in the next month. Officials said they want to prevent an “imminent public health hazard” if rabies spreads through the estimated 10 packs of dogs running wild throughout the city.

Animal Control Director Dr. John Lauby said concerns about rabies grew more severe this week with reports of pack dogs attacking a fox and two raccoons in the Raeford Road area near Perdue Drive and Forsythe Street and in the 300 block of Abbottswood Drive off Ramsey Street. – FayObserver

Wild dogs attack pets in weekend rampage

An alpaca had to be euthanased while a sheep and goat were mauled during two distressing attacks by dogs in Bulli at the weekend.

Hobby farm owner Lisa Woodhouse said she was alerted by neighbours shortly after 8.30am on Saturday that two dogs, one described as dingo in appearance, the other a Staffordshire cross, were attacking her animals.

“A neighbour had to use a golf club to try and beat the dogs off my alpaca,” she said.

“He finally got them off and then they went for the sheep.

“Then another neighbour heard the commotion and tried to help.”

Ms Woodhouse said by the time she reached the scene, the animals were severely mauled.

A vet was called to the property and a decision was made to euthanase the alpaca.

“He was really stressed and had terrible facial injuries; the nasal cavity was pushed in.”

The sheep, which was attacked about the neck and tail, is in a precarious state.

No sooner had police arrived than they were called to a neighbouring property in George Ave where two dogs had reportedly attacked a goat.

Pet owner Marina Scozza said the dogs, both described as dingo in appearance, had jumped her fence about 7.30am.

“I saw the dogs and they were just crazy, a really serious concern,” she said. – illawarramercury

Laguna Woods Goes Gunning for Coyotes

On Thursday, the City Council rewrote local gun laws so private contractors can use firearms against the four-legged fugitives.

Before, only police officers were authorized to fire guns in town.

The new law follows reports of a dog owner being dragged and injured as she hung onto the leash of her Yorkie while coyotes grabbed and gobbled the pet.

“We now have multiple incidents of coyotes attacking dogs on leashes during the day,” City Manager Leslie Keane said.

In the past, city officials have relied on traps, snares, pepper spray and tranquilizer guns to combat coyotes.

But this season, the animals seem bolder, partly because of human actions, officials said. – Aliso Viejo Patch

More raccoon attacks in Richmond raise further concern

METRO VANCOUVER — More concerns are being raised after another vicious raccoon attack on a cat in Richmond was reported on the weekend.

All of the incidents — most of which have resulted in family pets being attacked, dragged away and bodies never to be recovered — have happened in the last few weeks and are concentrated in the south-west corner of the city, close to the west dyke.

Wildlife experts in B.C. have said fights between the two species do happen from time to time, but that instances of raccoons hunting and attacking cats are rare.

But the latest owner to contact the News, Karen Reynolds, isn’t convinced after seeing her cat, Coco, cornered and mauled by a pack of raccoons.

Reynolds, who lives on 7th Avenue in Steveston, was woken up at 2 a.m. Sunday by the sound of Coco the cat screaming.

“I heard all this noise out my backyard and when I went downstairs, I could see Coco was fighting off four raccoons over the other side of my neighbour’s fence,” said Reynolds.

“I was concerned about going outside when I seen the raccoons, but they were attacking my cat, so I had to do something.

“One of them backed off slightly and I managed to open the door long enough for (Coco) to get inside. I managed to rescue her but her injuries are unbelievable.”

Coco is in Richmond Animal Hospital recovering from multiple puncture wounds, scratches and bruising all over her body, face and ears and a dislocated tail. - The Vancouver Sun

Reported by our Ministry May, 2011: Soon, Yahweh will be directing the animal kingdom – as they begin to starve – towards humankind as a food source. Those once preyed upon will become the predator. Fear of mankind will be lifted from their instinct and survival will become their driving force.

Dozens of boars found dead on French beach

July 27, 2011 Comments off

Dozens of wild boars have turned up dead this month around a beach in western France, officials say, as they suspect poisonous blue-green algae for the deaths.

Three dead boars were found on Wednesday at the mouth of the Gouessant estuary in Brittany, an AFP journalist witnessed, bringing to 31 the number found this month, floating in the water or washed up in the area.

The nearby beach has been closed for safety, its cove stinking with algae which give off a poisonous gas when they rot.

“One of the theories we have is that the animals could have drunk water that could contain algae,” said Gilles Buet, a Brittany water official.

“They were not sick and they did not drown,” said local police official Philippe De Gestas.

“We found two carcasses in the morning, then five more, then it went up to 17″ and later 18, he said on Tuesday.

Local authorities said in a statement that tests on the water revealed a level of blue-green algae “above the alert level but below the danger level”. – The Raw Story

Just like when the FLOOD came and killed off all the animals and virtually everything that took a breath, Father is permitting much of Her animal Kingdom to die off here in these last days of this old system of things; and those animals are blameless in Father’s eyes; they just got caught up in Dawn’s misdealings that have led to dire consequences for every one and everything on this dying planet; is the Earth dying? YES it is; but Father won’t let it happen, and is why She’s intervened against Mankind’s harsh treatment of Her property. Father is altering the Earth as I write this; She is also letting things get worse as far as Mankind goes, but will pull the Earth back from the brink of destruction; the oceans are polluted and all ecology is dying; it will be replenished by Christ Jesus and Father’s life-giving force. But before that happens, Mankind will certainly look bleakly at what they think is the end of not only Planet Earth, but their own. The latter they got right, but not so for the Earth. The last Armageddon, everything in the sea was spared that did not breath like we do, but this time, everything in the seas are going to either wash ashore or create the largest cesspool of dead carcasses in the history of creation.

Recent Outbreaks and Epidemic & Biological Hazards July 18-24, 2011

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Toxic Seaweed (France) Fears in Brittany over the health risks of toxic seaweed have been re-ignited after two wild boar were found dead on a beach and the amount of the foul-smelling green algae collected from western French shores has doubled in a year. Conservationists say that toxic seaweed has now spread to more than 200 sites along the Atlantic coast from southern Brittany to the beaches of Normandy. Bays popular with Britons from La Baule, a top summer beach destination in southern Brittany, to Granville in the Cotentin are now struggling to dispose of thousands of tons of Ulva lactuca – more commonly known as sea lettuce. Experts have warned that the algae poses a health risk as when it rots it produces hydrogen sylphide, which if trapped under a seaweed crust and suddenly released can prove as deadly as cyanide. Anses, the French Agency for Food, Environmental and Occupational Health and Safety, has just issued guidelines for dealing with the green sludge, saying it must be picked up within 48 hours of reaching the beach before it can start producing gas. If not, in the worst cases, it can cause “loss of consciousness with cardiac arrest or coma”.

Dead Birds (Australia & New Zealand) The number of prions that perished on the west coast of the North Island in last week’s stormy weather could be in the tens of thousands. Though the species was not endangered, the birds might have “taken quite a good hit”, said Manawatu/Wanganui Bird Rescue co-ordinator Dawne Morton. She was kept busy with the birds from Tuesday to Friday last week. They were picked up dead and alive along the length of the coast, from Wellington to North Cape. More than 600 birds were being nursed back to health at Massey University, others by the Conservation Department in New Plymouth and Wellington Zoo. At Massey the birds were put in warm water ponds, fed and re-waterproofed. Badly hurt birds were euthanised. The prions’ small size put them at particular risk.

Mysterious Infection (Columbia) Five children of the indigenous group Chimila died of a mysterious respiratory infection in the department of Magdalena, reported Radio Santa Fe Thursday. According to the department’s governor, Manuel Jose Bonett Locarno, the infection has yet to be “clearly defined” by hospitals in the region because members of the Chimila group have not allowed full access to the sick patients and corpses. Locarno explained that there are at least 23 people who are presenting similar symptoms, and that they were transferred to different medical facilities in the region for treatment. According to the report, a hospital in the city of Barranquilla accepted three young children who were in poor health condition. A medical team has been sent to the department to assess the situation.

Measles (Mexico) Mexican health officials say a French baby girl who recently flew in from Paris is Mexico’s first case of measles in four years. The toddler has not been identified, but Health Secretary Jose Angel Cordova says the Mexico City neighborhood where she is staying is under quarantine. Health officials are vaccinating workers at the capital’s airport. Authorities also are contacting passengers who were on the July 10 flight with the baby to notify them a traveler was infected with the highly contagious measles virus. The World Health Organization recorded more than 12,000 cases in the first five months of this year in Europe. Most of the cases were in France.

Jellyfish Invasion (Spain) Six beaches were closed to bathers this week after a plague of jellyfish resulted in no less than 90 casualties suffering with stings. The beaches at Punta Prima, La Mosca, Playa Flamenca, Cala, Zenia and Cala Capitan were all closed following recommendation by the Red Cross. Several swimmers called emergency services via 112 from early in the morning on Wednesday, with the Red Cross requesting an immediate inspection of the water via jet skis. Hundreds of jellyfish were sighted off shore, prompting the Red Cross to hoist a red Flag along the Orihuela coast to ensure swimmers’ safety. Punta Prima suffered the worst casualties with a total of 18 stings. A yellow flag that recommends caution when swimming was hoisted later on Wednesday at La Fustera near Calpe.

Fish & Marine Life Deaths (Florida) U.S. authorities are investigating what could be killing hundreds of fish and other marine animals – including sharks and manatees – which in recent days have been washing up on beaches in southwestern Florida. “High temperatures and cloudy, rainy days can spell trouble for fish in Florida’s marine and freshwater habitats. These conditions can cause fish kills, which are natural occurrences that typically do not cause permanent damage to the ecosystem or to fish populations,” the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission said. Even so, the FWC asked in a news release for cooperation from the public in monitoring the deaths of the marine life and determining if the phenomenon is spreading to natural lakes and estuaries in the area “to see if there are problems developing in an ecosystem that might require investigation or restorative measures.” The bodies of the dead animals – which include eels, crabs, rays, trout, tortoises and various kinds of tropical fish – have been turning up in recent days on several Florida beaches, among them the one at Naples

Chicken Pox Epidemic (India) At least three dozen children have taken ill due to the outbreak of chicken pox in north Kashmir’s Baramulla district, locals said on Wednesday. The outbreak of the highly contagious viral disease- chicken pox has been recorded in Badmulla village of Narwaaw in the district over the last two months. With over three dozen cases as reported by the locals, the outbreak has triggered panic in the village with the families left to take care of their children at their houses instead of hospitals. The locals alleged that the health department demonstrated ‘callous attitude’ to deal with the disease that has gripped the children of the Village, even as the officials were informed on time.

Unidentified Illness (Mexico) Three of 6 young Mexican mestizo civil engineers between 19 and 21 years of age remain hospitalized (day +8) due to a febrile illness accompanied by muscle pain and spasms following contact with bats and their guano in the state of San Luis Potosi, Mexico. The 6 engineers were reported to have been working for ICA (a private engineering company contracted by the state government of San Luis Potosi, Mexico) cleaning road gullies and drainage channels/tunnels in the highway connecting Rayon and Tamasopo (roughly 21 deg 51’50.74″ N, 99 deg 29’34.09″ W). 3 of the men are being attended at the Zonal General Hospital IMSS [Mexican Social Security Institute] no 2 in the state capital of San Luis Potosi and maintained in isolation. The whereabouts of the 3 other men has not been disclosed.

Meningitis (Swaziland) Three pupils from different schools in the Shiselweni region died mysteriously, forcing parents to suspect an outbreak of the deadly meningitis disease. However, the ministry of health has allayed fears of the suspected outbreak in Hlatikulu and surrounding areas. The deaths were reported in the past two weeks and the children showed similar symptoms that could be linked to the disease. Such include headaches, fever and vomiting. Principal Secretary in the Ministry of Health Dr Steven Shongwe advised the public not to panic as the ministry has not yet detected the disease. He said the ministry would inform the nation if there was any outbreak.

Bird Flu (Vietnam) The Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development’s Animal Health Department in Vietnam has announced the re-emergence of bird flu in the central Quang Tri Province after thousands of poultry were reportedly affected. More than 2,200 affected ducks in Hai Lang District’s Hai Thien Commune and Gio Linh District’s Gio Linh Town were culled. In the northern Phu Tho Province, nearly 1,500 poultry in Ha Hoa District’s Chinh Cong Commune died of the flu.

Mysterious Cattle Disease (India) A total of 5 more cattle have been claimed by the ‘mysterious disease’ that spread in and around the Makhan village of Manipur’s Senapati district even as state Veterinary Department still has no clue about the disease. On 11 Jul 2011, Newmai News Network had reported that over 50 cows and buffaloes had been killed by the mysterious disease. A team of officials of the state veterinary department led by its joint director had visited Makhan village and took stock of the situation on Wednesday (13 Jul 2011). While collecting samples required for determining the disease, the team also provided medicines. They also administered injections to the cattle infected by the disease as a step towards contentment of the disease.

Typhoid Outbreak (Philippines) Seventeen more patients were admitted to hospitals in southern Cebu after a suspected typhoid outbreak hit Alegria town Tuesday. This brought to 87 the total number of individuals affected by the typhoid fever; most of them are residents of Barangays Valencia and Compostela in Alegria, said health officials. The victims have complained of headache, stomach pains, and joint pains, which, according to experts, are symptoms of typhoid fever. Other symptoms of the disease are fever as high as 39 to 40 degrees Celsius, malaise or weakness, and loss of appetite. Some patients may have flat, rose-colored spots.

Green Algae / Typhoid (China) Seventeen more patients were admitted to hospitals in southern Cebu after a suspected typhoid outbreak hit Alegria town Tuesday. This brought to 87 the total number of individuals affected by the typhoid fever; most of them are residents of Barangays Valencia and Compostela in Alegria, said health officials. The victims have complained of headache, stomach pains, and joint pains, which, according to experts, are symptoms of typhoid fever. Other symptoms of the disease are fever as high as 39 to 40 degrees Celsius, malaise or weakness, and loss of appetite. Some patients may have flat, rose-colored spots.

Measles (New Zealand) Sixteen people have contracted measles following the latest outbreak in Auckland, with two hospitalised as a result. The outbreak of the potentially deadly illness is the second in Auckland so far this year, though officials say the cases are all linked to a single case and are confident they have it under control. Quarantines have been imposed on around 140 students from at least two schools. Seventy unimmunised children from Oratia District School were isolated in their homes for a fortnight after an eight-year-old boy was found to have contracted the highly infectious disease. Auckland Regional Public Health Service medical officer Dr Richard Hoskins said seven cases were confirmed there with two people hospitalised. A further two developed serious complications, he said. The unaffected students are due to return to school today.

RSOE EDIS

Genesis 1:26 “Then God said…, “Let Us make man in Our image, according to Our likeness. They will rule the fish of the sea, the birds of the sky, the animals, all the earth, and the creatures that crawl on the earth.”

Ecclesiastes 9:12 “For man certainly does not know his time: like fish caught in a cruel net, or like birds caught in a trap, so people are trapped in an evil time, as it suddenly falls on them.”

Mankind has proved itself to be in Satan’s image. Mankind has been revoked of any rule over the animal kingdom as the destroyer angel brings devastation to the wildlife as a preview of what mankind can expect to rain down upon itself and surface from the depths of a poisoned planet. The rain of dead fowl and sea life coming to the surface will reveal the stagnation of mankind’s own future fate. The curse coupled with plague is ever widening on this planet. Look beyond Arkansas children. Remain steadfast in your faith. Only a remnant will survive what has come in upon this planet.

Storms create `seabird wreck’

July 18, 2011 Comments off

Countless thousands of prions have died in a phenomenon the Department of Conservation is calling a “seabird wreck.”

DOC is caring for more than a hundred weak and weary seabirds at its New Plymouth headquarters but thousands more were found washed up dead on Taranaki beaches.

Marine supervisor Bryan Williams said DOC was inundated with the disoriented and distressed birds, which are being kept in cardboard boxes, on Wednesday.

Mr Williams said DOC staff scoured beaches at low tide yesterday and found more than 3500 dead birds.

Taranaki Daily News

Genesis 1:26 “Then God said…, “Let Us make man in Our image, according to Our likeness. They will rule the fish of the sea, the birds of the sky, the animals, all the earth, and the creatures that crawl on the earth.”

Ecclesiastes 9:12 “For man certainly does not know his time: like fish caught in a cruel net, or like birds caught in a trap, so people are trapped in an evil time, as it suddenly falls on them.”

Mankind has proved itself to be in Satan’s image. Mankind has been revoked of any rule over the animal kingdom as the destroyer angel brings devastation to the wildlife as a preview of what mankind can expect to rain down upon itself and surface from the depths of a poisoned planet. The rain of dead fowl and sea life coming to the surface will reveal the stagnation of mankind’s own future fate. The curse coupled with plague is ever widening on this planet. Look beyond Arkansas children. Remain steadfast in your faith. Only a remnant will survive what has come in upon this planet.

Mississippi fishermen fear for dying oyster industry after flood spillways cause lack of salt water needed for survival

July 16, 2011 Comments off

Mississippi oystermen can’t seem to catch a break.

Over the years, the industry has been damaged by Hurricane Katrina, cheap imports, high gas prices and the perception Gulf oysters weren’t safe to eat because of the BP oil spill.

Now, the upcoming harvest season may be lost. Oysters, which thrive in salt water, are dying in large numbers because of the fresh water that poured in from spillways opened to take pressure off levees protecting cities from the rising Mississippi River this summer.

The oyster harvest, which usually runs from October to April, could be restricted or cancelled altogether to give the oysters a chance to recover.

‘Giving the entire reef a break for this season would be an option,’ said Joe Jewell, assistant director of fisheries for the Mississippi Department of Marine Resources.

The agency expects to make its recommendation next month; the final decision is with a five-member commission appointed by the governor to represent seafood processors, environmental organizations, charter boat operators and fishermen.

Oystermen, seafood processors and restaurants that cater to customers who enjoy the local catch are waiting in agony.

Jerry Forte, a Pass Christian seafood dealer who mainly sells shrimp and oysters to shops, said he won’t make any money if the oyster harvest is a wash.

‘You can’t survive on nothing,’ Mr Forte said. ‘Your bills still come in, but you don’t make no money.’

Jennifer Jenkins, a manager at Crystal Seas Oysters in Pass Christian, which processes oysters and supplies them to restaurants, said her business was already off roughly 25 per cent.

And the company is still fighting for money from the fund set up by BP PLC to compensate victims of last year’s oil spill.

‘We haven’t had a normal year here since Katrina,’ Ms Jenkins said. The hurricane struck on August 29, 2005, wiping out vast stretches of the Mississippi coast in addition to the horrific damage done to New Orleans.

The Cherubs have used the fierce weather patterns they’ve created to devastate and cause crop failures that will cause widespread disease from the polluted waters and will not only bring higher prices for corn and other drowned crops, but soon it will be impossible to even buy what is in short supply.

In Iowa and Missouri the underground water aquifers are polluted with oil bi-products as well as fertilizers and human waste. Soon, it will reach an epidemic state as the Cherubs bring even more disaster to the grain producing and fruit producing states in the USA as they are hit with ever increasing severe catastrophes.

What the U.S. government is not telling people, is that the animals who’ve survived the flood conditions are at risk from the tainted water supply every bit as much as the human populous.

Fish Deaths Continue – Latest Reports

July 8, 2011 Comments off

Contaminated river water causing fish deaths in Moradabad

Moradabad, July 4: The discharge of effluents from factories or mills into the Ramganga River in Uttar Pradesh is leading to the death of large number of fish. Generally, toxic chemicals and other waste materials are drained directly into the rivers and lakes in India. Dozens of dead fish were noticed by local residents, and they said this is a regular practice. “Most of the times it happens that the contaminated water, mixed with the toxic chemicals, become detrimental to aquatic animals, and it is dangerous for us as well,” said Gopal Sharma, a local. The fishermen are also facing tough time to earn their livelihood due to continuous decline in number of fishes in the river. Source

Weather Blamed for Massive Fish Deaths

ARDMORE, Okla.State wildlife officials say a fish kill spotted in Love County in southern Oklahoma is likely due to high temperatures and lack of rainfall. The Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation is investigating the fish kill and say preliminary reports from the University of Oklahoma Biological Station indicate the kill is weather-related. Gene Gilliland, the assistant chief of fisheries, says regional biologist Matt Mauck and Mauck’s crew have been at the site of the fish kill. Gilliland tells The Ardmoreite wildlife officials are seeing “typical symptoms of a low-oxygen fish kill.” He says hot water does not have much oxygen and when water is still due to lack of wind, fish concentrate in one area and use up all the oxygen. The size of the fish kill is still being determined. Source

Clean-up begins to evacuate fish from problem waters

WORK will begin to evacuate an evaporating lake this weekend after hundreds of fish were washed up dead on its banks. The lake, at the foot of Timberlands in Bottesford by the Lakeside Retail Park road, has lost a lot of water due to warm weather, which has left the fish in dire straits. After meeting with the Environment Agency, North Lincolnshire Council has been advised to remove the fish from the lake before the death toll rises. A North Lincolnshire Council spokesman said: “The council met with the Environment Agency yesterday to discuss a solution to the problem. “There are carp, perch and roach in the lake and, unfortunately, some perch and roach have died due to depleting oxygen levels, because the water levels are low. Source

Dead fish wash ashore on Pensacola Beach

At mid-afternoon Friday, Mark Thomas was walking along Casino Beach using a grabber to pick up about 20 dead fish that had washed ashore just east of the Pensacola Beach Gulf Fishing Pier. “This is my second bag today,” said Thomas, who works as a beach comber for the Santa Rosa Island Authority and was filling a brown grocery-sized bag with the fish. But Bob West, the beach’s public safety supervisor, said it’s not uncommon for the small, silver fish — about 6 inches in length — to wash ashore, and it’s not a result of last year’s oil spill. Source

Fish deaths in Harrisburg’s Italian Lake may have been from natural causes, DEP says

The dead fish found in Italian Lake Tuesday may have died from natural causes, according to initial statements from the Department of Environmental Protection.  DEP representatives visited the lake this morning and tested the water. “They took some samples and discovered there was a low dissolved oxygen level in the water,” said DEP Spokesman John Repetz. The low oxygen levels could be due to a number of reasons, Repetz said, particularly the amount of vegetation covering the lake, low water level and high temperature. Italian Lake is covered with vegetation — lily pads, spanning from end to end. Source

The heated sea waters in the depths are going to cause large tidal waves as the water becomes enraged in a torrent of activity. The underwater sea life is dying at an alarming rate. First, all things in the seas die. Then in a like manner, all things residing on dry land will follow suit. Those not killed during this tribulation period will be finished off as the cup of wrath over takes them for the judgment of Father’s balance of the scales of justice.

Ocean life ‘facing mass extinction’

June 29, 2011 Comments off

Pollution, global warming and other man-made problems are pushing the world’s oceans to the brink of a mass extinction of marine life unprecedented in tens of millions of years, a consortium of scientists has warned.

Dying coral reefs, biodiversity ravaged by invasive species, expanding open-water “dead zones,” toxic algae blooms, and the massive depletion of big fish stocks are all accelerating, according to the report, which is due to be presented at the United Nations on Tuesday.

“We now face losing marine species and entire marine ecosystems, such as coral reefs, within a single generation,” the report said.

Sponsored by the International Programme on the State of the Ocean (IPSO), the review of recent science found that ocean health has declined further, faster and to a far greater extent than dire forecasts only a few years ago.

These symptoms, moreover, could be the harbinger of wider environmental disruptions, scientists said.

All five mass extinctions of life on Earth - reaching back more than 500 million years - were preceded by many of the same conditions now afflicting the ocean environment.

The rate at which carbon is being absorbed by the ocean is already far greater than at the time of the last globally significant extinctions, which wiped out up to 50 per cent of some deep-sea animals, the report said.

Overfishing has also reduced some commercial fish stocks by more than 90 per cent, it said.

“The results are shocking,” said Alex Rogers, an Oxford professor who heads IPSO and co-authored the report. “We are looking at consequences for humankind that will impact in our lifetime.”

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With the ever growing thirst for clean water to suffice the multitudes, and rivers that once supplied the dams to create power, as well as the water for nuclear power plants now becoming contaminated and not readily usable, the thing taken for granted – electrical current, will be disrupted worldwide; plunging cities and rural communities into darkness at night. And the painful diseases will continue to spread like wildfire:

Revelation 16:10, 11 “The Fifth Bowl
The fifth poured out his bowl on the throne of the beast, and his kingdom was plunged into darkness. People gnawed their tongues from pain and blasphemed the God of heaven because of their pains and their sores, yet they did not repent of their actions.”

The unbalanced rains of toxins will cause rivers to dry up as droughts become the norm, and this will culminate into war; world domination for what dwindling resources are left intact.

ANIMAPOCALYPSE: Hundreds of Penguins Wash Up On Uruguayan Shores

June 9, 2011 Comments off

As many as 600 Magallan penguins have been found dead on Uruguayan coasts; scientists are investigating why so many penguins have died on their way to Brazilian waters.

Authorities said they also spotted turtles, several albatros, and dolphins, in addition to the large amount of penguins.

Scientists are baffled; though it is not unusual to have dead sea life in the area, as large boats do their maintenance in the vicinity, it is very unusual to have such large numbers, as well as the fact that no small animals have washed up ashore, only large animals.

“It’s worrisome, because in these case, the penguins didn’t have oil in them”  said Lourdes Casas, a veterinarian for the Biodiversity Conservation Society of Maldonado, Uruguay. “We’ve performed necropsies and sent samples away for analyses”

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Zephaniah 1:3 “I will sweep away man and animal; I will sweep away the birds of the sky and the fish of the sea, and the ruins along with the wicked. I will cut off mankind from the face of the earth—the LORD’s declaration.”

As reported by this ministry on 5/23/11: The oceans and rivers of this planet will soon be giving signs of dread as the death toll surfaces. Rotten decaying flesh will also be washing up on shorelines and river sandbars. Contamination of fresh water has reached the point of no return this side of Yahweh’s later intervention to re-purify the waters of this planet.

Sharks Dying by the Dozens Due to Internal Bleeding

May 13, 2011 Comments off

Dozens of leopard sharks have been washing up dead in California since April, and now a necropsy shows at least one of the sharks died of massive internal bleeding, such that blood was even coming out of the shark’s skin, according to a Daily News report.

The necropsy, conducted by the California Department of Fish and Game, uncovered “inflammation, bleeding and lesions in the brain, and hemorrhaging from the skin near vents.” According to the Daily News story, bleeding was additionally detected around the tested female’s other internal organs.

The results suggest the 50 sharks that have washed up dead at Redwood Shores in Redwood City, California, since April must have died a slow and agonizing death.

Catherine Greer, a resident of the city, said she and her son tried to save some of the sharks by returning them to the water, but “they’d swim right back, thrashing their heads against the shore … as if they were trying to commit suicide.”

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Is Yahweh in the process of creating dead zones? Making the earth uninhabitable in a step by step process? And, are underground mining operations risking the lives of miners as the earth continues to shift and crack across the globe, making future cave in’s more than just a possible threat?

This and more is on the horizon. The earth itself is now the biggest threat to all life on this planet.

Thousands of small fish dead along I-210 beach

May 13, 2011 Comments off

LAKE CHARLES, LA (KPLC) -

Thousands of dead fish were discovered Wednesday, lining the shore of the I-210 beach.

Most of the fish washed ashore on the southwest corner of the beach.

Officials with the Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries identified the fish as Shad, which are known to travel in huge schools and are more common in creeks.

Biologists collected samples of the fish to send off for testing. Though no official results are back, biologists said the fish kill was most likely caused by low oxygen levels. Low oxygen levels are usually caused by low tides and high temperatures and usually affect one species.

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(The following was shared with our Ministry in 2007) The fallen angels are begging for forgiveness, because ole Dawn is back up to his dirty dealings; but as an example of those that break Sovereign Law when they were fully enlightened, they must serve as examples to kingdom subjects and all future life that comes into existence; just like when the FLOOD came and killed off all the animals and virtually everything that took a breath, Father is permitting much of Her animal Kingdom to die off here in these last days of this old system of things; and those animals are blameless in Father’s eyes; they just got caught up in Dawn’s misdealings that have led to dire consequences for every one and everything on this dying planet; is the Earth dying? YES it is; but Father won’t let it happen, and is why She’s intervened against Mankind’s harsh treatment of Her property’ Father is altering the Earth as I write this; She is also letting things get worse as far as Mankind goes, but will pull the Earth back from the brink of destruction; the oceans are polluted and all ecology is dying; it will be replenished by Christ Jesus and Father’s life-giving force. But before that happens, Mankind will certainly look bleakly at what they think is the end of not only Planet Earth, but their own. The latter they got right, but not so for the Earth.

Beetles taking over Moreton Bay

March 24, 2011 Comments off

BEETLES have taken over the southeast, including every nook and cranny on the Peninsula.

Queensland Museum senior curator of insects Dr Chris Burwell said nobody knew for sure where the influx of native three-punctured diving beetles had come from.

“They’re aquatic beetles that live in lakes, ponds and temporary streams of water,’’ he said.

“We’ve had one of the wettest summers on record, so in every depression in the ground they have been building up into a larger population. Now that those pools are starting to dry up, we think rather than dying, the beetles are leaving.’‘

Dr Burwell said the predatory beetles, which are about 2cm in size, could fly long distances at night and were attracted to lights. “They’re dispersing at night, trying to find a new home,’’ he said.

The entomologist added the beetles were attracted to light because it resembled the moon shining off water and therefore people might find them near street lights.

He said there had reports of large quantities of the beetles from Noosa to the Gold Coast.

“I have never seen anything like it in my 20 years as an entomologist,’’ he said.

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Ezekiel 33:27 “Tell them this: This is what the Lord GOD says: As surely as I live, those who are in the ruins will fall by the sword, those in the open field I have given to wild animals to be devoured, and those in the strongholds and caves will die by plague.”

Ezekiel 38:22 “I will execute judgment on him with plague and bloodshed. I will pour out torrential rain, hailstones, fire, and brimstone on him, as well as his troops and the many peoples who are with him.”

Habakkuk 3:5 “Plague goes before Him, and pestilence follows in His steps.”

26,000 fish die on Rhondda trout farm

March 16, 2011 Comments off

About 26,000 trout have been found dead at a fish farm in Rhondda.

South Wales Police are investigating a suspected poisoning incident that has killed thousands of fish at Blaenrhondda.

Upper Rhondda Angling Association says it believes the action at the trout farm was malicious.

The fishing club estimates it has lost 26,000 fish from fry to 1lb (0.5kg) trout.

Club members say the incident has wiped out two years worth of stock and threatens the association’s future.

One, Robert Langley, said it was “gut wrenching” to see so many dead fish.

“The club could die out. This was the future stock for two years, maybe more,” he said.

Fish from the trout farm are used to stock the club’s private fishing at Llyn Fawr.

The Environment Agency said it was also carrying out an investigation, but confirmed that the Rhondda Fawr river has not been affected by the incident.

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Jeremiah 15:3 “I will ordain four kinds [of judgment] for them”—[this is] the LORD’s declaration—”the sword to kill, the dogs to drag away, and the birds of the sky and the wild animals of the land to devour and destroy.”

Justice SQUARED X 4. This also reveals that everything, including the animal kingdom is involved in this war that ravages throughout the creation. It also gives insight that just as our Mother can met out four kinds of Judgment, She can also PROVIDE for, or institute PROVISIONAL LAW that is set into motion for a specific purpose.

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