Mayflower, Arkansas Oiled Animal Photos

I found these on the FB page for HAWK Center (Helping Arkansas Wild Kritters). They were working the animal response team for the oiled wildlife, but this morning it was learned that Wildlife Response Services (the ones that assisted Gulf of Mexico wildlife) will be taking over for HAWK. I’m not thrilled about it, but HAWK is probably a bit overwhelmed right now. We didn’t get a lot of photos of wildlife from WRS during the Gulf spill…it seemed a lot of stuff was suppressed. Anyhow, if you would like to help HAWK, please like them on their FB page. It can be found here:

Here are some photos of the animals, taken by HAWK. Thanks to HAWK for the work they did with the animals.

Blue Winged Teal

Blue Winged Teal

Mallard Hen 2

Mallard Hen 2

Mallard Hen 3

Mallard Hen 3

Oiled Muskrat

Oiled Muskrat

Wood Duck Hen

Wood Duck Hen


Infrasound and human behavior-feelings

Tethys from Lunatic Outpost brought this to my attention months ago, and I do believe it is a valid theory. Some of us get these terrible feelings of something bad happening…we feel like there is a shoe that is going to drop.

There could be an answer to this, not entirely mundane as one might think. Actually, it is quite interesting.

It is called infrasound. It is a sound, a feeling that many animals get, thus the animals being able to predict and behave differently prior to an earthquake or storm. This is something that can be heard by animals, but more importantly, it is FELT.

Infrasound can be generated by earthquakes, tectonics, volcanoes, storms, surf, avalanches, icebergs, aurora, upper-atmosphere lightning…the list goes on and on. Elephants and whales are known to utilize infrasound to communicate over large distances with one another.

So, the question in my mind becomes…if the animals can feel this way, can humanity? Some of us are more perceptive than others, and can feel changes within the earth. Is this the result of infrasound?

There have been experiments on humans using infrasound. The subjects reported feeling a sense of dread, anxiety, uneasiness, extreme sorrow, ear ringing, and fear.

Perhaps some of us can feel this better than others, some are more in tune with this feeling?

Can you imagine what would happen if the government was employing this as a weapon, to torture those that can feel this? It might not be beyond the realm of possibility. Perhaps by utilizing a HAARP-like technology, TPTB can control those that are known to be more feeling than others.

Some people report feeling these effects while observing UFOs; what if this is also employed against those observing the UFOs?

Even musicians are using it in some songs. Here is an example on youtube:

Beware, for those that can “feel” it can be torture.

I don’t think it is too far gone to think that if this has an effect on some animals, it can also have an effect on humans.

So, is it truly psychic power or just being more in tune to the earth? A way for God to get our attention?

I believe it is a way for God to get our attention to earthly events; He blessed some of us with the capability to feel this, just like our animal friends.

I pray it is not going to be used by the wrong hands, as this would be tantamount to torture.






Bravo, Obama…bravo

Great job, Obama. You have managed to piss everyone off…the left is alienated by your antics, you continue to make life difficult for everyone except corporate power, and your insane environmental policies are nonsensical at best.

Tell you what…start concentrating on the true threats to our environment. Genetically modified foods and crops, for instance. Corporations continuing to abuse our earth. The list goes on and on.

You don’t care. As this article states, Ralph Nader was correct.

There are consequences to actions. Of course, I knew this would happen. Two party systems rarely produce intelligent discourse.

Thanks again. On behalf of the earth, the taxpayers, the animals…THANK YOU.

January 14th, more sensitivity

Okay, I guess I will make posts when the spirit is moving me…for the empaths and sensitives.

The energy today is terrible. There is something in the air. Now I KNOW I am not the only person experiencing this. I cannot be.

I thought that the EQ was it. Maybe, maybe not. Something is up. Feeling anxious, crazy, insane. A lot of displaced anger in the air.

I wish I could pinpoint this. I wish I were purely psychic, and could identify. I have no idea if this is HAARP, animals, nature, space. I wish I did.

Heaviness in the air…

Is Kosher Kinder?

Today, September 28, is Yom Kippur, a Jewish High Holy Day.  In observance of Yom Kippur, Jewish people are expected to fast and refrain from wearing leather shoes, among other things. It is thought to be inappropriate to wear the skin of a slaughtered animal while asking God for mercy. This might be one reason why some people seem to believe that animals are held in higher esteem by the Jewish religion.

During my years in the animal rights movement, I’ve met many people who were under the impression that kosher slaughter methods are kinder than conventional slaughter techniques. But although the Jewish commandment Tsa’ar ba’alei hayim mandates that all living be treated with compassion, kosher meat, eggs, and dairy products are not necessarily produced more ethically than non-kosher products.

Thousands of years ago, when Jewish laws requiring that animals be “healthy and moving” at the time that their throats are cut, were passed, they were intended to minimize pain to animals. Back then, kosher slaughter likely was less cruel than other slaughter methods. But with today’s high-speed mass-production and sanitation laws, ritual slaughter has become a mockery of its original intent.

Because health laws stipulate that a butchered animal cannot fall in the blood of another animal, animals are slaughtered while hanging upside-down on a conveyer belt in mid-air. When they’re hoisted in the air, the terrified animals thrash wildly and bellow in pain, since their legs often break because of their weight.

PETA has uncovered horrible cruelty in kosher slaughterhouses too. In 2004, an undercover  investigator from PETA videotaped employees at Agriprocessors, the world’s largest kosher slaughterhouse—and the subject of the biggest immigration raid in U.S. history—shocking animals in the face with electric prods, ripping out the tracheas of conscious cattle, and leaving them to die slow and painful deaths. Following PETA’s investigation, the USDA determined that Agriprocessors employees “had engaged in acts of inhumane slaughter.”

A 2008 follow-up investigation by PETA showed that, although conditions had improved somewhat at Ariprocessors, workers were still illegally hacking holes in cows’ throats. The company eventually filed for bankruptcy after years of scandals involving worker exploitation, environmental violations, and health and safety issues, as well as animal abuse.

Unfortunately, that doesn’t stop the suffering in kosher slaughterhouses. Uruguay and Argentina are leading exporters of kosher meat to the U.S. and Israel. A PETA investigator went undercover at a Uruguayan slaughterhouse that uses the cruel “shackle and hoist” slaughter method. He caught workers at this facility on tape as they tripped animals and forcefully pinned them down. The workers stood on the steers’ legs and used a sharp metal pole to wrench their necks back before cutting their throats and hoisting them upside-down by one leg. Workers also cut into the joints and heads of steers who were still conscious.

These atrocious practices not only violate the Jewish law mandating that animals be treated with kindness and respect, they also violate basic common decency. Slaughter—kosher or otherwise—is grisly and cruel and people of all faiths (or none at all) can best show compassion for animals by eating delicious vegetarian foods.

If you’re looking for humane kosher foods, many companies, including Mon Cuisine, Morningstar Farms, Worthington Foods, and Yves, make great-tasting, kosher-certified mock meats. And, of course, most plant-based foods are naturally kosher. For vegetarian recipes and information on other companies that make kosher-certified mock meats, see

Who is watching the watchers?

TPTB are running a very effective campaign. They have managed to dumb down the population, alienate those of us that can actually think, and have made us sick.

Sooo…when will it end?

They know that something is coming…they are attempting to gain as much control as they possibly can before that ultimate day.

If you have a modicum of intelligence, creativity, philosophic thought, independent thinking…you can feel something.

Animals can feel. We seem to have lost that ability, unfortunately.

I hope we can convince some wayward souls. Alas, things do not seem very hopeful at the present time 😦

Keep yourself armed mentally and emotionally!!


*Screw you, Bloomberg.*

Mayor Bloomberg defended the city’s plan today to kill 2,000 Canada geese this summer at various spots near two Queens airports, saying they had “to do something” to make flying safer.

Bloomberg then wished the birds “nice dreams” once they are put to sleep.

“You’ve got be very careful here,” he said of the plan, which is used to try and cut down on bird strikes like the one that forced a US Airways flight to splash land in the Hudson River on Jan. 15.

“There are people who care very much about the geese. But in the end safety of the public is No. 1 and that’s what we’re going to do,” he added during his weekly radio show.

Under the plan, the geese would be tracked down and killed with shotguns at various spots near LaGuardia and Kennedy airports.

Bloomberg then said, “There is not a lot of cost involved in rounding up a couple thousand geese and letting them go to sleep with nice dreams.”