Dec 20 2021 Thirty-three stranded pilot whales have died after almost 50 were found stranded in the Parengarenga Harbour, in the Far North. Department of Conservation (DOC) staff, along with local iwi Te Aupōuri, Ngāti Kuri and NgāiTakoto, responded to the mass stranding of 49 whales on Saturday. A DOC spokeswoman said by the time teams arrived, 14 of the whales were already dead, and an attempt to re-float the surviving whales was made at high tide.
14 Dec, 2021 Indonesia lifted a tsunami alert today following a magnitude 7.5 undersea earthquake that struck off Flores Island, triggering panic in a region prone to fatal quakes but apparently causing no major damage or casualties. Indonesians have suffered greatly from living on the Ring of Fire, with a 2004 Boxing day tsunami from a 9.1 magnitude tremor killing 220,000 people in the region, 170,000 from the archipelago.
December 4, 2004 three weeks before the boxing day earthquake off Indonesia, an Indian academic, Dr Arunachalam Kumar, professor of anatomy at Kasturba Medical College at Mangalore in Karnataka, posted a note about a recent whale-stranding in Tasmania, and its possible implications, on a “listserve”, an e-mail distributor, hosted by Princeton University. About 120 whales stranded and died in Australia at the end of November and 50 pilot whales died on a Coromandel beach at the same time. Kumar is a well-known figure in India. “It is my observation, confirmed over the years, that mass suicides of whales and dolphins that occur sporadically all over the world, are in some way related to change and disturbances in the electromagnetic field co-ordinates and possible realignments of geotectonic plates thereof,” he wrote. “Tracking the data and plotting the locales of tremors and earthquakes, I am reasonably certain that major earthquakes usually follow within a week or two of mass breaching of cetacians [sic]. I have noted with alarm, the last week report of such mass deaths of marine mammals in an Australian beachside. I will not be surprised if within a few days a massive quake hits some part of the globe. The interrelationship between the unusual ‘death-wish’ of pods of whales and its inevitable aftermath, the earthquake, may need a further impassioned and unbiased looking into.
This is also the view of Azerbaijani scientist Ikram Kerimov the father of tectonic weapons who worked on the Soviet seismic weapons project Operation Vulcan and Operation Mercury. Ikram Kerimov published an open letter putting forth the theory. “Certain ranges of acoustic waves in the marine environment, caused by movements ahead of a big earthquake, are disastrous for marine animals, from which they die or throw themselves onshore,” Kerimov wrote.
Dec 6, 2021, More than 200 dead birds fell from the sky, hitting pedestrians and vehicles in Spain, reports say The local media outlet La Voz de Galicia describes the distressing scene, which occurred on Friday, of a flock of dead starlings falling from the sky, some hitting pedestrians and vehicles in Caranza, Ferrol. A picture taken on January 17, 2017, shows a murmuration of starlings in the sky of Pontevedra in northwestern Spain.
A similar incident happened in Wales in 2019 where more than 200 dead starlings were found dead on a road. We reported on that in relation to our September 22nd story 2020 WEAPONIZED SPACE – HARD ON WHALES which also covered the 2019 light plane crash of 5G critics and UK defence expert Professor David Last who plane crashed in Anlesey near the BT Electronic test tower, the downing of a Chilean Hercules and a plane crash over Birdlings Flat New Zealand and the reported sightings of unusual lights and defence based geo-spatial mapping and over 800,000 lightening strikes in New Zealand events which all took place just just prior to the White Island explosion.
November 22nd 2021 Dozens of people reported a mysterious explosion akin to a “sonic boom” that coincided with strange lights streaking across the sky shortly after 9pm on Saturday near Bridlings Flat. Reports flooded in from residents throughout Canterbury and as far as Wellington, Timaru and the Wairarapa. Crown science institute GNS had said “seismic traces moving at about the speed of sound” picked up by monitoring equipment was not likely to be an earthquake but could not confirm when and where it had come from.