“The term ‘supernatural’ is an incorrect word which is utilised to describe something perceptible, which, for the human being, lies beyond that which is normal, material – that is to say – beyond that which pertains to the material senses, and thereby beyond the capabilities of material perception, therefore, rather, in the realm of the feinstofflich. To designate that which is feinstofflich – the fluidal – as supernatural, is fundamentally wrong because, truly, there is nothing which lies beyond the perception of the human’s senses, rather only something which belongs beyond material sensitivity, in the realm of the feinstoffsinnlich. I am talking, in particular, about the effect of feinstofflich thought-vibrations which, in their feinstofflichkeit form, are designated as fluidal energies and fluidal forces, and which, created by the thoughts and feelings, also yield, outside of the brain, the most varied effects which can also be perceived by other human beings. These fluidal energies and their powers are not only the energies relating to telepathy, levitation and teleportation, rather also those of clairvoyance and remote viewing, whereby, for every single factor, manifestations occur which are individually different for each human being.” [...]
While people frantically theorize what is causing the sudden, widespread die-offs of various creatures, Billy Meier has already provided insights into these disasters, and others yet to come, caused by our long term abuse of the environment. It would serve us well to carefully study the full article from which the following is excerpted:
“The climate change does not only change Earth, but the effects carry out into the SOL system as far as the Kuiper Belt, and probably even much farther out into space. If the ocean currents intermingle, then they create tremendous amounts of energy through their huge masses of water, which influence the gravitational field, besides that, through the climate change also the Earth’s atmosphere contracts and compresses, which has already imperceptibly started. Through the whole thing of the already occurring climate change, inevitable first changes have arisen in fauna and flora which unfortunately have not yet been detected by scientists, but from which sooner or later visible consequences will emerge. The time has come already where the climate change is moving around gigantic masses of ice and water through which dangerous pressure-related effects are created on the earth’s crust and tectonic shifts are provoked.” [...]
Nobody is coming to save us.
This is, as they say, both the bad news and the good news.
Now that some people are awakening to the unpleasant realities unfolding and occurring all around us, there’s a desperate new twist to the old, failed religious cosmology that promises help “coming from above”. This new idea, that some extraterrestrials are coming to save us from our own, greedily, self-created mess, is pure escapism. It’s the same kind of utterly delusional fantasy as the ideas of “Ascension” (which is also warmed over Christianity with a New Age twist) and that “the Earth is moving into a higher dimension in 2012”. [...]
According to a new article from the Times Square Chronicles:
“In the last week, nearly 100,000 fish washed up on the shores of the Arkansas River, dead. Also in Arkansas, thousands of red-winged blackbirds fell from the sky and plummeted to the ground where they were also found dead. The scene repeated itself in Southern Louisiana where 500 red-winged blackbirds recently plunged out of the sky, dead on arrival, and in Chesapeake Bay, thousands of dead fish have begun washing up onto bay shores. Recently several million animals have mysteriously died in the United States. Although some thought that the cause may have been related to fireworks, disease and sudden cold, the cause may be more obvious, the steady, but rapid movement of the Magnetic North Pole towards Russia.” [...]
Regarding the numerous reports of fish and birds mysteriously dying in huge numbers, we should consider what Meier said:
“But now, what has already been happening in the whole of nature for a very long time, as well as in the current time and will in the future time, in regard to climate change, and all the changes resulting from it – like the monstrous storms, earthquakes and volcanic activities out of which much havoc and death comes about for the humans, all the creatures and the animal world, as well as the most serious devastations and destructions – no longer has anything to do with the natural, periodic climatic changes, and so forth.” [...]
A controversial claim by an Indian scientist (Dr Murari Lal), one year ago in January 2010, may prove to be more accurate than either the scientist or the outraged critics assume. Dr. Lal put forth, and then under pressure retracted, the claim that Himalayan glaciers will have melted by 2035.
But comparing his supposedly wildly inaccurate estimate to information provided to, and published by, Billy Meier, in 2007, shows a similarity to the immense, unstoppable changes, including the melting away of the glaciers and the rising of the sea levels, that Meier said will indeed occur by 2100. In fact, Meier warned of the melting of the glaciers as far back as 1964. [...]
Here is some sobering news for those who actually understand the catastrophic implications of the ever-increasing, unbridled growth in human population, i.e. overpopulation.
It’s certain to be misunderstood by conspiracy theorists who see any rational attempts to reduce the population through a cessation of births as some diabolical plot by the so-called “planetary elite”. Well, they may have greater access to food, water, clothing and shelter than those with lesser resources but they too will eventually suffer the inevitable consequences of human irresponsibility. [...]