Why are the birds falling from the sky?

Have you heard about the fish dying by sides of the rivers, and the birds falling from the sky, and not just in one place, but all around the world? What a freaky, scary experience to see a flock of birds drop out of the sky and fall dead at one’s feet, several people said it was like living through Hitchcock’s movie “The Birds“. The world’s scientists are “baffled”, they don’t know whether it’s a form of bird flu or something “else” and are carefully collecting all the birds, and taking them to their labs …

For an answer to something as strange as this, I went to Pepper Lewis, who is the primary voice for the sentient being, Gaia, Mother Earth.   Pepper wrote on her FaceBook page, that so many people have written to ask her what’s going on, that she asked Gaia to explain it:

It was the earth moving through a shock wave  [i.e. when energies move air pockets, a sonic boom – beyond the audible range – becomes a shock wave] which disoriented all the birds in flight at that moment, so they fell from the sky.

Gaia also explained that there will be more of these  anomalies  as the earth repositions itself from the Piscean age into the Age of Aquarius i.e. from water to air, and that frail people,  such as those with pacemakers, will be more affected by it.

Whether you believe this or not, and are waiting for the “scientists” to come up with an explanation, I thought I’d share it with you.

I wonder whether that’s the reason we’ve had the most beautiful skies over the museum recently, and, je m’excuse I have to use a cliché, such spectacular sunsets…

1:07 pm January 5, 2011

sunset January 5, 2011

4:30 pm Thursday January 6, 2011

I have to mention Julia Moulden’s Huffington Post blog again today. She asked, “What’s the One Thing You Love About Yourself and Wouldn’t Change for Anything?

What a great question. What’s your one thing?

4:50 p.m January 6, 2011


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7 Responses to Why are the birds falling from the sky?

  1. Mahalia says:

    interesting explanation – thanks for sharing it! and, great skies, indeed. here we have gorgeously wintery snowscapes.

    • dearrosie says:

      Thanks for your comment. I wasn’t sure whether to share it…
      As for the sunsets, I don’t know what it means when the skies are so red, perhaps someone reading the blog can explain it to us.

  2. Sunsets are the most beautiful, and transfixing natural phenomena on earth. Just imagine: There is a sunset occurring somewhere on earth every single second. Isn’t that awesome?! And people love to post them on Flickr. Take a look at pages 30-31 of yesterday’s NYTimes magazine (Jan. 9, 2011). It’s a composite of the 8,462,359 sunset pictures posted to Flickr in just one day!!!

    • dearrosie says:

      That’s incredible to think of a sunset occurring somewhere on earth every single second!
      Thanks for the heads up re yesterday’s NY times magazine. Eight and a half million sunset photos posted in ONE day?sheesh!

  3. linda goluboff says:

    We have had beautiful sunsets here as well. I do wonder if it really has anything to do with the falling birds, but perhaps.
    The answer to the writers regarding the red sky. I was brought up the following. “Red sky st night means sailor delight.: and also,
    “Red Sky means that tomorrow will be hot and sunny.”
    This is what my father told me, once upon a time.

  4. Merely wanna admit that this is extremely helpful, Thanks for taking your time to write this. “A sailor without a destination cannot hope for a favorable wind.” by Leon Tec.

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