Posted on December 30, 2016 by The Awakezone Team
We’ve read about this several times during the past years now, but never heard one single god explanation to why this is happening. Dozens of dead birds rained down in New Jersey one November day and, well, it has people freaking out. In all, 200 red-winged blackbirds fell to the ground in a rural areal of farm fields that day. And it wasn’t the first time. Dozens of dead birds had been found in the same area only three weeks before. And now it has happened again?
But, weeks later, the mystery remains, according to media reports Tuesday.”The 200 dead birds fell two days before Thanksgiving in the western Cumberland County agricultural community of Stow Creek Township. It was sunny outside, but cold.”
“They just fell from the sky,” said Larry Hajna, a spokesman for the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection. Officials removed the best and sent them to a state lab for necropsy, toxicology, and histopathology tests.
SHTFP Editor’s Comment: Unexplained animal deaths by the hundreds or thousands, every species effected. Sometimes, there is a connection to human experimentation and meddling, sometimes there is no apparent connection at all. Shifting climate and an emerging techno-grid are creating a different environment for many important species on this planet. Electromagnetic activity alone may explain part of the reason that bees and birds of flight have been affected, along with weather patterns.
Hundreds of thousands of fish and other sea life have simply washed up dead on coastlines around the world, and may be connected to reported extinction level events taking place in the oceans. Few are willing to connect the dots, but a pattern is emerging.
What is most telling is how little explanation is offered through official channels. No one is stepping up, suggesting a willing blackout on this topic of continued significance and intrigue. If whatever is taking place in these cases affects the wildlife like this, what is it doing to people?
Why Is It Raining Dead Birds in New Jersey?
by Melissa Dykes SHTFP
There’s a good question for you.
It’s being reported that just days before Thanksgiving in Stow Creek Township, New Jersey, 200 dead red-winged blackbirds began “raining” from the sky.
And it isn’t the first time in recent weeks this has happened in that area, either.
Infectious disease has been ruled out, and despite testing nearby wheat fields for chemical compounds that may have contributed, pesticide poisoning has supposedly been ruled out as well.
Scientists are stumped (via Philly.com):
So…“We did ascertain that the birds suffered trauma and internal bleeding from hitting the ground,” [New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection spokesman Larry] Hajna said. “But what made them fall from the sky in the first place . . . we can’t say for certain.”
What do you think is causing this?
Curious isn’t it? How these “mysteries” are always reported on, but they hardly ever up finding the cause…
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