The folks in charge are not your friends, and are lying to you about basically everything, including the jellyfish

August 7, 2008 – BBC NEWS | UK | England | Devon | Rare jellyfish is spotted in cove

Mr Lavis, who still lives in the bungalow he was born in, said he had not seen any of the jellyfish in the cove for nearly 50 years.

An aquarium said it was not unheard of for them to be found.

 

June 7, 2011 – Will jellyfish take over the oceans? | mélange

 

July 10, 2013 – Rare Jellyfish With 25-Foot Long Tentacles Appears in California

Rare Jellyfish With 25-Foot Long Tentacles Appears in California … Several swimmers at a Southern California beach were stung by the rare Black Jellyfish, a marine animal who’s tentacles can grow up to 30 feet long. …. A breed not seen since 1920 reemerges and scientists link it to global warming?

 

October 15, 2013 – Jellyfish are taking over the seas, and it might be too late to stop them

 

November 22, 2013 – The Cookii monster: Huge deadly pink jellyfish has been discovered

A jellyfish with a powerfully toxic sting has been rediscovered more than 100 years after the last recorded sighting of it. The incredibly rare Crambione Cookii has not been seen since 1910 but has been recently spotted off the coast of Queensland, Australia, where it was captured.

 

August 7, 2014 – Rare Jellyfish Spotted For First Time In 70 Years

Divers have spotted a species of jellyfish which hasn’t been seen since 1945! The Drymonema dalmatinum, also known as The Big Pink, was spotted last week of the coast of Italy. This gorgeous jellyfish was first discovered in the 1880s by a German naturalist, but then it was not seen again since the 1940’s.

 

2015 – 2015 saw ‘unprecedented’ number of jellyfish in British waters …

The UK saw ‘unprecedented’ jellyfish invasions in 2015, due to warmer seas and overfishing, according to the National Trust.

 

October 4, 2017 – Invasion of killer ‘jellyfish’ on Britain’s shores is biggest EVER recorded

It amounts to the greatest number of Portuguese man-of-war recorded in the UK since records began in 2003

 

 

 

The folks in charge are not your friends, and are lying to you about basically everything, including the Jellyfish.

The ruse, the charade has always been “there’s no such thing as the Ether.” Life is portrayed to be wholly-mechanical, with no subtle-energy component.

Yet, as the energy balance on the globe returns irrevocably back to the positive, we’re seeing changes in the natural environment that suggest otherwise.

All of the positive changes that we are seeing have mechanistic, physical elements. And all of them have energetic elements, including subtle energy elements. We can “see” electricity, we allow it’s existence. We cannot “see” the Ether, we disallow it’s existence.

The mechanistic view says that the creatures we’re seeing that we haven’t seen in a very long time were there all the while, its just that we didn’t physically get to where they were to see them.

I’m cogitating that they may, rather, be “winking back into existence.” Or maybe it’s something more like when a radio tuning dial reaches a station – it picks it up, it tunes it in. It may be that these are the most sensitive creatures. When the Dead Orgone Energy level, the Death energy level in the environment reaches a certain level, those creatures cannot exist at that wavelength, period. Other, tougher creatures, however, can hold up under that heavier Death energy load, and will live in that place, where the Death energy level is at such and such a percent.

There are physical areas where no living things (that we know of) can exist. So it’s a continuum, a band, like a radio band.

The creature that in the U.S. we sometimes call Sasquatch and the great Orm of Loch Ness, and their kindred around the globe are forbidden subjects, and I’ve subjectively concluded that it’s because of the demonstrated Interdimensional nature of those species.

The “next world” isn’t really next, it’s just the world – which is going to continue to exponentially improve around us as we live and breathe and walk upon it.

 

 

 

May 31, 2005 – Grass species not seen since 1912 found on Catalina Island

 

August 7, 2008 – BBC NEWS | UK | England | Devon | Rare jellyfish is spotted in cove

Mr Lavis, who still lives in the bungalow he was born in, said he had not seen any of the jellyfish in the cove for nearly 50 years.

An aquarium said it was not unheard of for them to be found.

 

January 6, 2009 – A butterfly that has not been seen in the wild in Britain since the Second World War is breeding again in the UK,

 

May 22, 2009 – cryptozoo-oscity: Rare animal found ,not seen since 1990 (Visayan …

One of the world’s most elusive mammals has revealed itself. Footprints and scat belonging to the Visayan spotted deer have been found deep in the Philippines jungle.

 

September 30, 2010 – Last week Conservation International reported that its scientists had rediscovered three species of amphibians, including a Mexican salamander not seen since 1941. Australian

 

November 18, 2010 – Pictures: “Mr. Burns” Toad, More New Amphibians Found – Latest Stories

A beaked amphibian said to resemble The Simpsons’ Mr. Burns and a poison dart frog are among new species discovered in Colombia.

 

December 1, 2010 – Plant species not seen in a decade, found in outback – ABC News …

 

May 19, 2011 – Spectacular mammal rediscovered after 113 years — first ever photographs taken

A unique and mysterious guinea-pig-sized rodent, not seen since 1898 despite several organized searches, bizarrely showed up at the front door of an ecolodge at a nature reserve in Colombia, South America. The magnificent red-crested tree rat (Santamartamys rufodorsalis), stayed for almost two hours while two research volunteers took the first photos ever of a creature the world thought would never be seen again.

 

June 4, 2011 – Rare tree not seen since 1955 re-discovered in Sabah, Malaysia …

 

June 7, 2011 – Will jellyfish take over the oceans? | melange

 

May 17, 2012 – Signs of the Apocalypse: 15 Weird Animal Invasions | Outdoor Life

 

December 19, 2012 – Why Wild Animals Are Moving Into Cities, And What To Do About It 

 

July 10, 2013 – Rare Jellyfish With 25-Foot Long Tentacles Appears in California

Rare Jellyfish With 25-Foot Long Tentacles Appears in California … Several swimmers at a Southern California beach were stung by the rare Black Jellyfish, a marine animal who’s tentacles can grow up to 30 feet long. …. A breed not seen since 1920 reemerges and scientists link it to global warming?

 

October 15, 2013 – Jellyfish are taking over the seas, and it might be too late to stop them

 

November 22, 2013 – The Cookii monster: Huge deadly pink jellyfish has been discovered

A jellyfish with a powerfully toxic sting has been rediscovered more than 100 years after the last recorded sighting of it. The incredibly rare Crambione Cookii has not been seen since 1910 but has been recently spotted off the coast of Queensland, Australia, where it was captured.

 

January 10, 2014 – Not seen in over 130 years, ‘extinct’ frog rediscovered in Sri Lanka

A small toad not seen since 1876, and considered by many to be extinct, has been rediscovered in a stream in Sri Lanka

 

August 7, 2014 – Rare Jellyfish Spotted For First Time In 70 Years

Divers have spotted a species of jellyfish which hasn’t been seen since 1945! The Drymonema dalmatinum, also known as The Big Pink, was spotted last week of the coast of Italy. This gorgeous jellyfish was first discovered in the 1880s by a German naturalist, but then it was not seen again since the 1940’s.

 

September 30, 2014 – Baseless claim from WWF: Half of global wildlife lost, says new WWF

 

2015 – 2015 saw ‘unprecedented’ number of jellyfish in British waters

The UK saw ‘unprecedented’ jellyfish invasions in 2015, due to warmer seas and overfishing, according to the National Trust.

 

March 6, 2015 – ‘Extinct’ Bird Not Seen Since 1941 Suddenly Reappears – Seeker

A Jerdon’s babbler has been spotted in Myanmar for the first time in nearly a quarter century.

(70 years is not a quarter century – ed)

 

April 7, 2015 – Rare animals not seen in Britain for centuries make a comeback

Last year the first wild beavers to be discovered in England for 500 years were found living on the banks of the river Otter in Devon. Another population has also established itself on the river Tay near Dundee, more than four centuries since beavers were hunted to extinction in the British Isles for their fur.

 

April 19, 2015 – Jellyfish in the UK: Huge blooms of barrel species found on coast after mini-heatwave

Todd Palmer told the Plymouth Herald: “It’s the biggest one I’ve seen. I was looking for nudibranchs and just happened to look up and see it. “I’ve seen three recently. They’re not too rare but usually it’s a sign of a good summer.”

Last year saw the most barrel jellyfish on the UK coast since 2002

 

February 4, 2016 – Basilewsky’s cranefly declared extinct 50 years ago is found on St. Helena

 

June 24, 2016 – Spix’s Macaw reappears in Brazil | BirdLife

But the baton was passed to his 16 year old grand-daughter, Damilys, who not only saw the macaw, not seen in the wild since 2000, but also managed to film it with her mobile phone.

 

September 9, 2016 – BBC – Earth – Are swarms of jellyfish taking over the ocean?

 

October 13, 2016 – Sightings of unusual jellyfish in the NSW Great Lakes

What’s believed to be the first photograph of a live Desmonema scoresbyanna jellyfish in Australian waters was taken off Tuncurry’s breakwall by Forster’s Vicki Stewart.

It was an unexpectedly rare sighting, unknowingly captured by Forster’s Vicki Stewart near Tuncurry’s breakwall earlier this month, which got marine experts excited.

In fact, the scientifically relevant finding of a rare Desmonema jellyfish in Australian waters – Forster’s waters, no less – gives proof to the old adage ‘if in doubt, ask’.

Now thanks to Vicki’s photograph of the lone jelly fish taken on October 7, Vicki has unknowingly provided marine experts with their first live image of a Desmonema in Australian waters – a rare sighting apparently.

 

December 5, 2016 – Australia – Endangered species not seen since 1981 discovered on travelling stock route

Threatened species have been discovered on Travelling Stock Routes (TSR) in north-west NSW including a rare black-striped wallaby not previously seen since 1981.

 

February 4, 2017 – Frog not seen in decades discovered in Africa | The Independent

Researchers track down four ‘cave squeakers’, a breed first spotted in 1962 but not seen since

 

February 16, 2017 – Trail Camera In Iowa Spots Mammal Not Seen Since 1800s 

A small and furry yet fierce mammal called a fisher has been spotted in Iowa for the first time in roughly 150 years.

 

March 2, 2017 – Arizona – A new never-before seen jaguar photographed in the mountains of Cochise county

 

March 10, 2017 – Never-before-seen gatherings of hundreds of humpback whales

The marine giants are gathering to feed in super-groups of 200, and no one knows why. It could be their natural behaviour when populations are at normal levels.

 

March 24, 2017 – Scientists puzzled by mercury’s jump in Great Lakes fish

 

March 31, 2017 – ‘Extinct’ Mountain Dogs Rediscovered in the Wild – Latest Stories

Unseen for more than 50 years, the New Guinea highland wild dog has at last been confirmed in its natural island habitat

 

April 2, 2017 – Forecast calls for an extra buggy spring and summer – The San Diego …

a prolonged inundation of insects this year in San Diego County and much of California. Experts said heavy winter precipitation has fueled plant growth not seen since at least 2005

 

April 4, 2017 – Cave fish found in ‘surprise discovery’ for first time in Europe

Europe’s first cave-dwelling fish has been discovered in a surprise find by a diver in Germany after being hidden from human sight for millennia.

 

June 2, 2017 – ‘Faceless’ Fish Seen for First Time in Over a Century – Latest Stories

 

July 25, 2017 – New species of sunfish discovered in New Zealand – AOL News

“A Japanese research group first found genetic evidence of an unknown sunfish species in Australian waters 10 years ago, but the fish kept eluding the scientific

 

July 26, 2017 – BAY CITY, MI—Apparently thinking nothing of casually showing up in its ecosystem as if everything was hunky-dory, the blackfin cisco, a fish species not seen since the 1960s, reportedly thought it could waltz back into local marine biologist Margie Kremlow’s life on Wednesday just like that.

 

August 24, 2017 – A rare monkey, the Vanzolini’s bald-faced saki, has been seen in the wild for the first time in over 80 years

 

September 1, 2017 – Students Find Fish Never Before Seen in Alum Creek

An Ohio Dominican University Ichthyology class has found a species of fish in Alum Creek for the first time in history.

One of Ohio’s two smallest species of fish, Tippecanoe Darters are listed as a state-threatened species, which the Ohio Department of Natural Resources defines as being “a species or subspecies whose survival in Ohio is not in immediate jeopardy, but to which a threat exists. Continued or increased stress will result in its becoming endangered.”

 

September 25, 2017 – Jerk Humans Immediately Shoot First Wild Bison Seen in Germany for 250 years

The World Wildlife Fund said on Friday it will be pursuing charges against a local official who, upon receiving a report of the first sighting of a wild bison in Germany in over 250 years,

After a person spotted the animal wandering alone in the forest near the east German town of Lebus, a local official panicked and worried that the animal could be dangerous, reports Christine Hauser for the New York Times. Officials were unable to track down a veterinarian to tranquilize the animal, and apparently resorted to employing the services of local hunters, Hauser reports.

“The people from the local city administration basically freaked out and said, ‘There is a free-roaming bison, it is probably dangerous and I guess we need to shoot it,’” Moritz Klose, a policy director for the German branch of the World Wildlife Fund, tells Hauser.

 

September 25, 2017 – Wild wolf cubs born in Rome for the first time in 100 years – The Local

 

October 4, 2017 – Invasion of killer ‘jellyfish’ on Britain’s shores is biggest EVER recorded

It amounts to the greatest number of Portuguese man-of-war recorded in the UK since records began in 2003

 

November 10, 2017 – Census puts Fortymile Caribou Herd population at more than 71,400 …

FAIRBANKS — The Fortymile Caribou Herd has gotten much bigger and has reached a size not seen since the 1920s, according

 

November 13, 2017 – First wild alligator snapping turtle in Illinois since 1984 — ScienceDaily

 

November 25, 2017 – TVA biologist, Yale professor find new fish found only in Tennessee

Behold the Tennessee Logperch.

The fish, a darter, can grow to be 6 inches long. It has flattened little splotches on its flanks. That the splotches are flattened is important; those are what first led TVA aquatic biologist Jeff Simmons and Yale professor Tom Near to suspect they had discovered a new fish.

In the case of the Tennessee Logperch, Simmons found the fish while he was studying a closely related species, the Blotchside Logperch.

Back in 2013, Simmons spotted a Blotchside Logperch, itself a rare darter, in East Tennessee.

“I was in the Big South Fork doing some research on mussels when I saw a Blotchside,” he said. “It was a big deal since the fish had not been seen there since 1890.

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