BP Gulf oil spill threatens whales, dolphins: “ET ambassadors” vital to Earth’s light-energy grid

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FIG. A- NOAA: Dead sperm whale 77 miles so. of BP oil spill - June 15

FIG. A- NOAA: Dead sperm whale 77 miles so. of BP oil spill - June 15  

This article is part of an ongoing Examiner.com series on the BP Gulf of Mexico oil spill and its environmental, economic, social exopolitical, and spiritual impacts.

When a sperm whale was found dead in the area affected by the BP Gulf of Mexico catastrophe on June 15, 2010, the stark caption beneath the NOAA photograph of the dead sperm whale read (FIG. A): “Scientists aboard the NOAA research ship Piscis found a sub adult sperm whale 77 miles due south of the Deepwater spill site.  NOAA will analyze skin samples to determine if the whale came from the oil zone.  However, due to decomposition and shark predation, NOAA will not be able to determine a definitive cause of death.  The charred appearance of the whale is a natural occurrence due to the sun and heat.”

In a development potentially related to the BP oil spill, a recent news report stated, “two baby sperm whales died [on June 23, 2010] after beaching themselves on Florida’s East Coast; ‘Infections and toxins are going to be the big killers of these animals’ says pathologist.”

The BP Gulf of Mexico oil catastrophe has endangered both whales and dolphins. There are 300,000 to 400,000 sperm whales worldwide. According to one source, “There are an estimated 1,700 sperm whales that live in gulf waters and they are known to congregate particularly at the mouth of the Mississippi River, a rich feeding ground. Unlike other whales, which travel long distances, these live full-time in the gulf and do not usually mingle with sperm whale pods in the neighboring Caribbean and Sargasso Sea. Ms. Mase said that the dead whale was almost certainly a gulf whale.”

Cetacean experts such as the late Dr. John Lilly and Joan Ocean have noted the telepathic abilities of whales and dolphins and complex operating communication between extraterrestrial civilizations and whales and dolphins in Earth’s oceans.  

According to Ms. Ocean, “The dolphins told me they are an Extraterrestrial civilization that lives in the oceans and rivers of Earth part-time. They have endeared themselves to humanity…..although when you look at them critically, you may notice – They are Grey with streamlined forms, big heads,  unusual languages, and live in an airless environment, in a team mentality, extending gentleness and love to humans.

“The dolphins and whales serve as ambassadors between Earth and other Star Nations. They are the Wise Ones assisting humanity to accept the existence of other species who are intelligent and living in diverse realities nearby.”  

Whales, as well as dolphins, are according to this view, extraterrestrial civilizations.  At the 2005 Dolphin and E.T. Civilizations conference in Kona, Hawaii, this reporter witnessed accounts of human visitors to Extraterrestrial craft who saw special large containers on the ET craft for whales.  The whales, who were teleported from the ocean up to the ET craft, were being immersed in information downloads contained in colored lights and sounds.  Cetacean researchers like Ms. Ocean state that whales and dolphins may carry out complex tasks in maintaining the light energy grids that balance the ecology of the Earth.

Examiner.com has characterized the BP Gulf of Mexico oil catastrophe as intentional disaster capitalism, a false flag environmental war attack to destroy the ecology, biosphere, economy, and surrounding land mass and human population of the Gulf of Mexico, carried out by a narrow human elite for global depopulation and imposition of a world political dystopia.  

Ms. Ocean has documented incursions of U.S. military-intelligence upon the cetacean community. “I became concerned when I noticed the U.S. Navy ships were using the Hawaiian Marine Mammal Sanctuary, birthing and mating areas of the Humpback whales for their testing of high decibel sonar. The whales and dolphins live in a world of Frequency. They are masters of vibrations, using their powerful sonar to find food, navigate over thousands of miles, communicate with each other via the SOFAR channel, and interact with grid lines that are essential for the well being of the planet.”

With the initial deaths of dolphins and sperm whales, the environmental war attack of the BP Gulf of Mexico oil catastrophe is now extending to what some researchers say is the most advanced extraterrestrial-like consciousness vital to the advanced light energy grids of the planet  – that of cetaceans – whales and dolphins.

Continues at: http://www.examiner.com/examiner/x-2912-Seattle-Exopolitics-Examiner~y2010m7d5-BP-Gulf-oil-spill-threatens-whales-dolphins-ET-ambassadors-vital-to-Earths-lightenergy-grid

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