Thursday, March 17, 2011

The Whale/Dolphin Beaching's Quake Connection

We all hear about beached whales and dolphins on various beaches across the globe. I know it seems to happen frequently in and around New Zealand.

Today I was forwarded an email from a researcher, Gary. He has been studying beachings for a long time and has connected up earthquakes to them. In a quick summary, he says that from 3 days to a week of a beaching, there can be an earthquake in the vicinity.

He goes on to talk about the Japan quake and also the Christchurch Quake and explains beachings recently before they occurred.

It makes sense to me as it’s all based around disturbances in the earths electromagnetic field and of course they would be stronger near fault lines, such as the pacific ring of fire. Japan and New Zealand are both next to/on fault lines.

A full copy and paste of his email is included in this blog. If you wish to sign up to his email list about this, just leave a comment or contact me.


"After I announced that whales beaching themselves warn of pending earthquakes but wasn't taken seriously. How does this look now after a large beaching took place before the New Zealand earthquake and the Japan quake.

I have quite a bit of data supporting this.

There has been a devastating earthquake in Christchurch, New Zealand–much worse than the September quake. , On 4th February, 82 pilot whales beached at Golden Bay, which is at the northern tip of the South Island, and a few days later 107 whales beached and died on Stewart Island south of Christchurch.

Japan has been hit by a monster earthquake and tsunami. The epicentre of the quake was in Miyagi Prefecture. On 6 March, a week earlier, 50 Mellon Headed whales beached in Ibaraki Prefecture, a little over 100 kilometres south. Twenty-two of the whales were refloated and saved.

In every one of these cases and so many more like whales beaching themselves in Brazil just before the Haiti earthquake. Earthquakes have happened in that area.

After whales beached in Scotland in 2008 there were 2 earthquakes in Scotland after this one in the Highlands and one off the coast of Aberdeen.

There has to be a connection here and it seems the larger the number of whales that beach the bigger the earthquake.

To me the mass stranding and deaths of whales and dolphins on an Australian beach signal the advent of the earthquake that caused the Boxing Day tsunami in 2004

What is true is that on December 4, three weeks before the earthquake off Indonesia, I spoke on Radio 5AA in Adelaide with Brian Bennet the announcer and noted by Jenny his producer (Who still producers at 5AA) about a large whale-stranding in Tasmania, and its possible implications as these whales did a hasty mass exodus out of the Bay of Bengal and down the west coast of Australia followed by Dolphins and Sharks.

About 120 whales stranded and died on the west coast of Tasmania at the end of November and 50 pilot whales died on a Coromandel beach in New Zealand at the same time. These were the whales the escaped out of the Indian ocean as mentioned above.

"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 along the Pacific Ring Of Fire. Tracking the data and plotting the locales of tremors and earthquakes, I am reasonably certain that major earthquakes usually follow within 3 days to a week of mass breaching of Whales, & Dolphins. I have noted with alarm, such mass deaths of marine mammals in the past on many occasions. The interrelationship between the unusual 'death-wish' of pods of whales and its inevitable aftermath, the earthquake, needs further impassioned and unbiased looking into by proper scientists.

For nearly 27 years I have correlated them to occurrences of upheavals on land and undersea, and had observed a remarkable connection between the events.

Scientists are aware of the possible connection between the behaviour of cetaceans (whales and dolphins) and the Earth's magnetic field, but speaking to many and asking why research has not gone into this? the response is NO FUNDING! Scientist do no work without pay!

I talked to friends in Christchurch and asked them if there had been any reports of animals behaving strangely right before the earthquake. A number of people had stories of their dog or cat behaving unusually. The most extreme example was a person whose dog actually jumped on their bed and woke them up minutes before the earthquake.

In any event, a number of people said that they were woken up shortly before the quake by birds making a lot of noise. At four in the morning. The official explanation is that the worms, feeling the vibrations or something, were moving to the surface and the birds were literally following the old adage of the early bird gets the worm. I guess if worms feel something, it’s not unreasonable to imagine that whales, who communicate by sound would also sense unusual energies.

All this is interesting, and a little bit scary. But I guess the bottom line is that the next time you hear about a whale stranding you should ask whether there’s been an earthquake or volcanic eruption recently. If the answer is no, then watch out!"

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