Fly Storms and
Giant Fungal Plants
Readers may wonder what drives my campaign to save the world from what I believe may be extreme, if not total environmental
Psychic remote viewer Aaron C. Donahue has placed an image in my head that won't go away. He says all remote viewers get this picture when they look into
the future. Their vision:
The world appears to them as a dark, ultra heated and dank place. The air is thick and heavy
with noxious gasses and the stench of decaying plants and animals. Moisture drips from anything left standing, and there isn't
much to be found that is standing. Everything ever erected by humanity is in rubble. There are no animals or humans but there
is life. The ground is so thick with bugs it seems to be in constant motion. There are so many flies they dominate the landscape.
Their buzzing is an overwhelming roar. When they swarm the sky turns black. They generate thick black clouds of fly storms.
is one other kind of life. It is a giant mushroom-type organism that looms high over the landscape. It appears to be some
kind of new life form, related to ergot rye mold. The mold's existence may be linked to human experimentation in genetically
modified foods. It, like the bugs, seems to thrive in an environment that is nearly depleted of oxygen and too hot for any
other life forms.
This is what the remote viewers see in the future. It is the same picture all over the world. By
the time this occurs, the human race appears to be extinct.
How much time do we have? To date, remote viewing is not
an exact science. One of its problems is getting timelines. Dates of events, exact names, and numbers have been rarely, if
ever, achieved. Thus those glimpses of future events are only shadowy peeks at probabilities, based on the direction humanity
is presently traveling. If something can be done to alter the course we are taking today, the next look into the future might
produce another picture altogether. My hope is that enough people will read my stories, become alarmed, and take steps to
do something about this looming disaster. It is idiotic for us to be rampantly destroying our planet at a time when many of
us are just waking up and discovering who we really are.
Renowned physicist Stephen Hawking, in a recent speech in Edinburgh, England, warned that he fears the human
race will not survive for another thousand years. He said he believes global warming or an "accident" might wipe out all life
Hawking renewed the warning he made last year when interviewed by CNN's Larry King that global warming is
not only real, it is in danger of reaching a point in which it begins to intensify without further help from human produced
waste. When this happens, "the atmosphere might get hotter and hotter until (the Earth) will be like Venus with boiling sulfuric
acid" and uninhabitable.
Although I think he knows the truth, Hawking chose not to be an alarmist when he made this
speech. The psychic/remote viewer says he believes the picture he describes, showing flies, bugs and giant mushrooms, could
happen much sooner. In fact, he says we may see the arrival of the ominous fungus and the start of the breakdown of life as
we know it on this planet within the next 30 years.
He predicts a massive killing of most of the world's population, with the surviving humans trying to exist
in this increasingly heated and toxic environment. At best, the human race has no longer than 300 years before it becomes
extinct, the psychic said.
This does not have to be the future. As already stated, if enough people become aware of
the direction we are headed and make changes now, this ugly picture of the end of our world might yet be averted.
we don't change our ways, however, a takeover by flies, bugs and fungus is what looms for planet Earth. And that is only going
to last for a brief period. Once the planet is void of all of its water, and the insects have consumed all of the decaying
trees and animals, the Earth will become just another sterile planet, spinning in the universe. We are not the first living
planet to go barren. We probably won't be the last.
This warning is real. We stand threatened with extinction because
we have overpopulated, polluted and stripped
our planet of its riches. We have cut the trees to build houses and make paper. We have created artificial, chemically-based
products to build our houses, make our clothes and move quickly from place to place. We have mined the minerals and smelted
iron. We have ravaged the planet in search of rare minerals for personal wealth. We have polluted the soil, the water and the air without regard for the ecological balance of
nature. Our military has used nuclear weapons, rockets and HAARP to cut holes in the delicate ozone layer
that once protected us from the dangerous
ultra-violet rays of the sun. Now we are being slowly cooked alive, as if we are living in a giant microwave oven. The insanity
began about 1900 and it has never stopped.
The only thing that will save us now is a dramatic reduction in the human population of the world and a collective decision to instantly turn
off all carbon based energy burning engines. Then we need to start planting trees. Billions of new trees all over the world.
I am a realist. I know that most people are so blinded by their personal little tunnel view of the universe they cannot see
the danger. They are numbed by the soothing voices of the daily commentators on their television screens and radios, telling
them that everything is just fine. People like me are not liked. What we say hurts the ears because the people do not want
to consider the truth. They are assured by the promise by the church that an external god will take care of them that they
will not accept the warning that they must save themselves.
Think of these things the next time you bite into an ear
of corn or a slice of bread. The grain you eat has been genetically engineered. Even the wheat will be altered in the laboratories
of some big chemical company after next year.
When the cows start dying from ergot rye mold, the ax has begun to fall. Zero hour has arrived. Start listening then for the
buzz of the flies.