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Our Future Food: Explained and Unexplainable Fish Kills, Part 2

posted by Frank Butterman Food Inspector @ 1:12 AM
May 23, 2012

Just today thousands of dead fish came up floating on the banks of the Mula–Mutha (Bheema) river––again!  The reported cause is pollution:  “The fish apparently died because of thick blackish water flowing in the river bed.”
And, on yes, fishermen still took the dead fish to market and sold them!

These thousands of fish kills––probably millions in world-wide aggregate––pose serious health issues.  Even if fish are able to stay alive in polluted water, they still pose a danger to the people who eat them.  In this instance, Mozambique Tilapia fish are quite resilient, usually able to survive poor water environments.

Of related interest, scientists now know that fish grown in hatcheries and then thrown into natural waters are harmful to wild fish.  SPX News reports:  “A new collection of more than 20 studies by leading university scientists and government fishery researchers gives mounting evidence that salmon raised in man-made hatcheries harm wild salmon.

The studies indicate “that fast-growing hatchery fish compete with wild fish for food and habitat in the ocean as well as in the rivers where they return to spawn. The research also questions whether the ocean can supply enough food to support future increases in hatchery fish while sustaining wild salmon.”

Thus, these man-raised fish seem to eliminate fish in the natural wild.  Pete Rand, a biologist at the Wild Salmon Center, says “What we’re seeing here in example after example is growing scientific evidence that hatchery fish can actually edge out wild populations.”

Scientists invented hatcheries to supplement loses dams cost the Pacific salmon commercial fishing industry: “to offset losses of wild salmon that have suffered serious declines due to dams and habitat degradation.”  But they didn’t consider harm from dams, and they didn’t consider it for fish hatcheries either.

Moreover, salmon are not the only type of fish that man-made hatcheries threaten.  Naturalists are just beginning to understand that man-made manipulation of natural fish resources is doing nothing but destroying the same resources.

Thus, we are killing our own food––food for today and food for tomorrow––with water “blackened” by industrial waste dumped into fish habitats: with water made too warm from man-made Global Warming; with water our own misshaping of natural seasons drains of oxygen; and with whacky fish hatchery inventions.

Such food idiocy is suicide.  Hosea 4: 1-3 points out that arrogant sinfulness can result in the loss of all sea life:  “Hear the word of The LORD . . . there is no knowledge of God in the land.   . . . Therefore . . . every one shall languish . . . yea, the fishes of the sea also shall be taken away.”  Wholesale Christian books renders such a loss ultimate judgment from God.  We must save this urgently important food source.  In doing so, we may well save ourselves!

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Tar Sands Pipeline: Tough Call! – Jobs or Oil Spills on U.S. Soil

posted by Jael Ever @ 12:03 PM
August 23, 2011

 In spite of protests from both sides of the border, both the United States and Canadian Governments may be moving ahead with plans to build a tar sands oil pipeline capable of moving 830,000 barrels a day of oil from tar sands in Canada to refineries in Texas on the Gulf of Mexico.  Even as this blog goes to press, demonstrators are in the midst of a two-week protest against the pipeline in front of the White House.  And already hundreds of arrest have been made.  At a cost of $ 7 billion, TransCanada Corp, would send the 1,702-mile pipeline, called Keystone XL, through several states––i.e. Nebraska, Montana, South Dakota, Oklahoma, Texas and Louisana.  However, the project would bring potential threats to aquifers, other water sources, farm lands, etc.

 The U.S. State Department issued a first draft Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) on the project a year ago, with a final draft expected by September.  But the Environmental Protection Agency early rendered objections to the EIS, calling the State Department’s review superficial and lacking in scientific analysis.  Moreover, because of the crucially important Ogallala Aquifer in his state, Nebraska Senator Mike Johanns, has already asked the State Department to reroute the pipeline further eastward.  In addition 20 top research scientists have written to President Obama urging him not to approve the project because of its threats to the environment.

 According to Dr. James Hansen, well-published NASA climatologist writing for, “The  environmental impacts of tar sands development include: irreversible effects on biodiversity and the natural environment, reduced water quality, destruction of fragile pristine Boreal Forest and associated wetlands, aquatic and watershed mismanagement, habitat fragmentation, habitat loss, disruption to life cycles of endemic wildlife — particularly bird and caribou migration — fish deformities and negative impacts on the human health in downstream communities.”
 While TransCanada has not had a very good record on preventing oil spills, both Canadian and TransCanada officials promise to increase monitoring pollution from the sands throughout the pipeline’s length.  Protestors loudly decry these promises, equating them to British Petroleum’s promises before the recent Gulf of Mexico spills.  However, the quandary for Secretary of State Clinton and President Obama is that the pipeline would bring thousands of badly needed jobs to this country.  Christians must pray that God will give these leaders wisdom for the blessing of everyone.  In Christian prayer books, Apostle Paul tells believers, “I exhort therefore, that, first of all, supplications, prayers, intercessions, and giving of thanks, be made for all men; For kings, and for all that are in authority; that we may lead a quiet and peaceable life in all godliness and honesty (1 Timothy 2: 1-2).

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Joe’s First Night On The Entry to Hell’s Death

posted by Jael Ever @ 10:28 AM
July 5, 2011

Violently belching, as if relieving bubbles of emptiness, Mother Earth dumped Joe onto a flat circular well-lit area.  Joe could see much of a huge plain, but a thin veil of steam covered the other side.  He could see that the circle’s edge, several feet ahead of him, ended in a deep drop off into a humongous black hole of fire.  And he could also see tubes and tunnels all around him with human souls similarly dumped out tunnels, people of all races, ages and colors, struggling to crawl back into the tunnels, trying to climb back up to the earth.

 Joe felt greatly weakened by his sufferings in the tunnel, but he was glad to be in the light and to see others.  But he was soon aware of new urgencies. Even in this lit place, heat more extreme than in the tunnel sweltered.  And he could see up to earth.  The street riots continued to rage in his absence.  He called out to everyone he recognized, but none responded.  He even saw various ones killed in the riots simply fall into the holes at the top of the mountain.  He wanted to go over and see who they were, but the rim of the fiery hole was just too crowded.  So many people crammed onto the circle. Even as he tried to keep his eyes riveted on the earth over his head, however, he could not help but notice thousands, even millions, of people standing on the edge of crags near the top the mountain, some of them being pushed off the cliff.   Even as they tried to stop the inevitable descent fighting to get back, the crowds behind them kept pushing them in.
 Those dropping off the cliff and tumbling down thousands of feet would hit the flat circle with thuds and splats, yet still live.  As Joe watched dumbfounded, towering giant flat-footed snarling green beasts would scoop the fallen ones  and throw them into huge two-wheeled wagons.   Squirming feet and arms hung out of the wagons, as people kicked and screamed to get out.  A few who did, tried to find hiding places.  But they found only illusions of empty lairs.

 Joe saw their yelling, but he could hear nothing.  When the monsters got the wagons to the edge of the circle, they dumped the fallen ones into the abyss.  Joe watched with further astonishment as a few of those, who had avoided or jumped out of the wagons, fell on their knees, crying out in prayer.  And he heard them.

 One said, “Dear God, my uncle taught me how to pray.  Please forgive me.  I promise not to live that way again.”  Another screamed out, “Oh God, I repent, please don’t leave my soul in hell.  I promise I will serve you.  I will never leave you again.”  And Joe shook with fear and sickness as he watched some of those praying, fly back up, even over the pushing crowds.  After he overheard their prayers, Joe thought, or tried to scream, “How the hell did they do that?  How the hell do you get out of here.”
 To read this forthcoming copyrighted novel, please sign up at wholesale Christian books.  Or contact Jael at to place your order.

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One of Many Battles Between Heaven and Earth

posted by Jael Ever @ 10:34 AM
June 29, 2011

For years, Satan’s arch-demons dominated the vast skies over Hollow Tree.   The city’s increasing experiments with sinful life-styles, followed usually in ignorance of  consequences, led to deeper descents into unseen worlds and gave greater power to  the dark angelic world at the top of demonic hierarchies.  At the height of Joe’s underworld power, only constant prayer and fasting from Rev. Jael’s flock were able to disintegrate dark skies and bring in the bursting lights of fire from God’s mighty army.   To stop that light and hold onto claimed souls, the dark hierarchies launched great resistance.  Ob, the chief door keeper and arch-demon over Hollow tree, called on his master, the angel Nishroch, for help to stop the smaller demons enduring much pain from powerful prayer from leaving the battle site.  Rebellious cretins were pushing against Ob to get out.

 “Hell there would be better than hell here,” they yelled, clawing at Ob.

 Nishroch responded with his avalanche of fallen foes.  And then the war in heaven began.

 Universally powerful forces colliding over the right to rule one part of earth.  Both armies enforcing the will of their commanders.  Only one commander had the legitimate right to rule.  The other had usurped the power, and led the troops under him into rebellion.

 God’s hosts, led by Archangel Michael, ever ready to battle, wore bright stoic, even fearless faces; while Satan’s host, under shared leadership by Abandon and Apollyon wore constant grimaces as if in shallow pain, constant anger and deep foreboding.  Michael’s army wore great light as residue from the great throne from which were  dispatched their orders about Hollow Tree.  Apollyon and his troops found that bright light to be most disturbing.  While they usually tried to transform themselves into angels of light as a defense against the light from heaven, their efforts paled in comparison.  Ethereal glory bore hard against the core  lines of evil.

 “Get out of here butt sucker.  This is our territory,” Nisroch’s owlish face screeched to Michael.
 “These are our people.  They have sworn allegiance to us and our league.  You have no room here,”  he yelled as he ordered his men to cover and obscure the light.  (End of Novel Segment)

 Those wishing to order this forthcoming copyrighted novel about Jael, Joe, Christians, Satan’s children, heaven and hell should sign up at wholesale Christian books.  Or contact Jael at to place your pre-order.  And keep watching this blog for more installments of her new novel.  Stay tuned!

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Falling Cities, the Devil’s Tail, and the Battle Rages!

posted by Jael Ever @ 15:38 PM
June 24, 2011

From a chapter in one of Jael’s novels:

 When Joe and Jael first moved up South to Hollow Tree, it was a pleasant enough city with relatively clean air, pure water and lots of healthy green trees. Husbands worked in factories turning nature into metal, and wives tended home duties and grew beautiful flower gardens on the front yards of their small one story row houses.   But, by the time Jonathan was born, and the two babies clung to Jael’s knees, the foundations began to erode.

 A city is the civil tree that should provide minimal care for its people;  it should be: A safety, a sanctuary; A place for work; A place for home;  and A good city (and good nation) should take care of its people.  Its organized workers should take the garbage away, its police should keep the human garbage out, and its pastors should keep the spiritual vermin from roosting overhead.

 Cities are suppose to be green, or at least spotted with green–like, with grass and trees and flowers, shrubs and bushes.  Clean and green, like those cities in Europe, always with scrubbed white walls and fields of blossoming flowers swaying in clear breezes––cities that look safe because they are safe.

 But Hollow Tree’s earlier fathers had allowed the city to slowly decline, evaporating from neglect, attritional abandonment.  By the time that the toddlers were in school, the core of the City’s vital health seemed all but eaten away, only a hollow stump of forgotten people remained.  Sorely dry to the roots for want of urban water’s nutrition, indeed Hollow Tree bore little fruit for its people.

 So many of its richer people had moved across the bridges leading out of town, but Hollow Tree was still the center core of the region.  And, although the outliers had sprouted from the Tree, they wanted to be branches apart, having nothing to do with their core or their roots.

 Trees were not created to be hollow, but to have strong trunks and deep roots, gathering life out of rich soil, storing health-filled water and producing fruits of food and beauty.   But Hollow Tree, the center of Livingston County, had turned into a state of perpetual mourning.   The city was fading away, eroded by dry rivers of white and yellow sludge turning their inhabitants into decadent waste, and city dwellers into disposable people.   Those trees near the river that ringed around the hollow once were the most healthy and hefty anywhere.  But that was when the city’s water of life was pure.  Within a few years after the strange drops of “snow” started to fall, the waters soon darkened with smeared pollution. . . .

 Those wishing to order this forthcoming copyrighted novel about Jael, Joe, Christians, Satan’s children, heaven and hell should sign up at wholesale Christian books.  Or contact Jael at to place your pre-order.

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Coming: Another Battle to Protect The Ozone

posted by Sarah N Worthy IATTWJ Member @ 1:10 AM
April 6, 2011

Many thanks to Jael Ever for allowing me to interrupt her series on alternative energies, so that I can alert Earth End readers to the newly discovered threat of the extremely high loss of the ozone layer over the Arctic.  Most scientists agree that this important layer that protects the earth from harmful sun rays was reduced some 40 percent, and they are not exactly sure what has caused this sudden thinning of a layer that is crucial for earth’s survival.  There is some speculation that strong winds over the North Pole prevented mixture of warmer air, allowing chemical mixtures to destroy ozone molecules.  And there is even more speculation that the urgency of this thinning is also linked to excessive air pollution and is part of global warming. defines the ozone layer as:  “Ozone is a protective atmospheric layer found at around 25 km altitude that acts as a sunlight filter shielding life on Earth from harmful ultraviolet rays, which can harm marine life and increase the risk of skin cancer and cataracts.” The United Nation’s World Meteorological Organization reports that this is a record dropping “ozone hole.” Moreover, that agency’s secretary general, Michel Jarraud, places the cause on people, not nature: “The Arctic stratosphere continues to be vulnerable to ozone destruction caused by ozone-depleting substances linked to human activities.”

 An atmospheric chemist who works for the U.S. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s Earth System  Laboratory, Bryan Johnson called the breaking ozone layer both “sudden and unusual.”  The Associated Press reports that although the world’s nations agreed to stop using chemicals harmful to the Ozone in a 1987 treaty known as The Montreal Protocol, now scientists say that it will take another 20 or 30 years for ozone layers to get back to those 1980s levels.  And this does not even include whatever else of harm to ozone atmospheres that human activity has released since then.

 The International Association of Truth Telling Women Journalists, shortly known as IATTWJ, of which I am a member, calls for all believers to get out their Christian prayer books.  It is time for Christians to call upon God’s grace and intervention to again stop the human race from destroying itself.  For if this ozone layer reduces another 40% that is exactly what will happen.  So let’s remember what  the Apostle James tells us:  “The effectual fervent prayer of a righteous man availeth much (James 5: 26).”  So let’s get to it.

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What’s Next? Uranium in the Nation’s Drinking Water, Part 2

posted by Jael Ever @ 20:59 PM
March 2, 2011

Of course, the documentary, “Gas Land,” produced by and starring Josh Fox, brought the greatest public awareness to the fracking process.  The highly-acclaimed documentary that won the 2010 Sundance Film Festival Award, has been shown on HBO-TV, and is now available on DVD.  Mr. Fox now travels around the country speaking at showings of the film.  His work has awakened farmers and their communities to the dangers of leasing land to oil companies for fracking.  Only, in the past few years, are land owners aware of the danger this practice means to fresh water supplies.  And there are even more dangers to it.

 In succinct entries on one of his websites, Fox lists these helpful summaries about the dangers of fracking to drill for Natural Gas:

 •  Gas Drills are exempt from both Environmental Protection Agency(EPA) Guidelines and the Clean Water Act
 •   65% of the chemical used in fracking are harmful to human health
 •   70% of the fracking liquid stays underground and is not biodegradable
 •   80,000 pounds of chemicals are injected into earth’s crust
 •  Drilling from nitrogen oxide and volatile organic compounds create
    destructive surface smog
 •  Fracking Fluid calls for 2 million gallons of water transported by
    up to 100 water haulers.

 To summarize:  This process uses water (that may be fresh) to contaminate water with chemicals (that may be lethal)  in order to produce Natural Gas because it is supposedly cleaner than oil.  Not only does the process dump contaminates into the nation’s drinking water, it poisons the air and soil as well.  Such unsafe chemicals undoubtedly end up in valuable fresh water aquifers which send drinking water far beyond the hundreds of drilling locations.   In addition, American citizens are being further dishonored:  apparently other countries do not now allow fracking.  However, oil and gas companies are now considering “exporting” this questionable project.

 For those keeping a daily dairy in Christian prayer books, here is a suggested prayer:  “Father by Your Almighty grace and mercy, please stop these drillers from ruining the very water of life that You have provided for our sustenance.  Please forgive us for remaining ignorant for so long about their plans to manipulate and destroy nature for the sake of profit.  Please give government and private officials the secret of mining energy from safer sources.  Forever, we pray in the Precious Name of Jesus.”

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Heat Waves: Global Warming Records in 2010, Part 5

posted by Jael Ever @ 12:34 PM
February 3, 2011

Think last year had entirely too many heat waves?  Well stick around! 2011 may well be filled with them.  Stanford University researchers explain, “Devastating heat waves that result in fatalities and crop losses may increasingly become a common occurrence in the United States over the next three decades.”  They expect the kind of heat waves in this country that swept across Europe and Russia recently.  A look back at 2010, gives an accurate picture of what to expect.

 According to the Los Angeles Press:  L.A. had its hottest day in recorded history on Sept. 27: 113 degrees.  And The Week reports that Houston had its hottest month ever in August of 2010:  “While Houston’s residents are used to hot days, they’ve never seen heat like this, with an average temperature of 87.8 degrees.”  Last May, 129 degrees set a record for Pakistan and may have been the hottest temperature recorded in an inhabited location.  The Week says that 2010 saw the hottest months in world history:  “June 2010 was the warmest month ever recorded on planet Earth. The previous mark had been set in May. The mark before that had been set in April. The one before that in March. Sense a trend?”

 In discussing the Top Ten Global Weather Events of 2010, a panel of weather and climate experts put the Russian-European-Asian Heat Waves as the Number One Global Warming event of last year.  In Russia 15,000 people died from heat waves that caused drought, wildfires and crop failures.  “The worst drought conditions since 1972 destroyed 22 million acres (nine million hectares), an estimated 20 percent of the nation’s crops, including grain, vegetable, and fodder, prompting Russia to ban exports. Additionally, a state of emergency was declared as 948 forest fires covering 64,000 acres (26,000 hectares) were burning in 18 provinces.”  In China, drought caused by heat waves, killed several million hectares of crop and dried up important sources of drinking water, leaving 50 million people scrambling for enough water to stay alive.  The World Health Organization reports that the same heat wave that suffocated Russia, caused the floods that submerged large portions of Pakistan eventually killing 1700 people, and displacing 20 million more.

 Another well known spiritual found among hymn collections in wholesale Christian books is “He’s Got The Whole World in His Hands.” Most assume the “he” is God; but, as Genesis reveals, since the fall of man, the earth has been in the hand of Satan’s forces.  However, the sons and daughters of God, Redeemed by Christ Jesus, have the power to defeat these forces IF they start praying and exercising Christ’s authority on earth:  “Behold, I give unto you power . . . over all the power of the enemy: and nothing shall by any means harm you” (Luke 10: 19).  Christians must send the heat of hot prayers against the evil designs of Satan’s hosts to destroy mankind with unrelenting heat waves from Global Warming.

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After 50 Years, Maybe Some Hope?

posted by Jael Ever @ 19:40 PM
January 20, 2011

Special Report From:
Maleekie Ambularie
International IATTWJ Correspondent

 This reporter rushes to add to current updates on the persecution of Christians in the Middle East.  At least one nation not covered in the current Earth End series is Sudan.  I and other international members of the International Association of Truth Telling Women Journalists (IATTWJ) are encouraged for this opportunity to go behind media headlines about the vote to separate North and South Sudan.  The battle between often-vicious Muslims in the North and often-slaughtered Christians in the South has been raging for some 50 years.

 In the Middle East Quarterly, Francis M. Deng summarizes: “Over two million people have died as a result of the war and related causes, such as war-induced famine. About five million people have been displaced, while half a million more have fled across an international border. Tens of thousands of women and children have been abducted and subjected to slavery. By all accounts, it appears to be the worst humanitarian disaster in the world today.”  Most of those victims killed, displaced and enslaved are Christians.

 Thanks to decades-long increasing international sanctions, particularly from the Obama administration, North Sudan agreed to a recent referendum allowing the South to separate and form a separate nation.  And various news sources report this week that the overwhelming majority of voters in South Sudan voted to separate from the North.  So at last there may be hope after this 50 year struggle.

 But three factors loom on this happy horizon:  1)  Opposition leader Hassan al-Turabi threatens civil war against the current Omar al-Bashir, who has ruled Sudan with an iron hand for some 23 years; 2) Some half-million Christians living in North Sudan expect more severe persecution after the election, including stronger enforcement to convert to Islam or give up homes and businesses and relocate to the new country in South Sudan; and 3)  Allocation of profits from oil deposits in South Sudan shipped through pipelines in North Sudan––a factor which in itself has aggravated this half-century struggle.

 Thanks to this open door from Jael Ever and Earth Ending, I will submit updates on these developments in future IATTWJ Reports.  For now please join me and my fellow journalists in using examples from Christian prayer books to thank God for the victory vote in Sudan, to pray for Christians now trying to establish a new and separate nation, and to pray for believers left behind in the North Sudan.

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Australian Flooding Woes Go On and On and . . .

posted by Jael Ever @ 13:22 PM
January 13, 2011

An update on those seemingly never-ending flood waters in Australia:  Just when the New York Times Sunday edition was boasting about the enduring citizens of Australia stoically facing a flooding disaster that seemed to be winding down, the rains pounded even harder and new tsunami-type waves swept over hapless cities.  Within hours of their first story, the Times headlines yelled about the rising death toll of 18 known casualties, including mothers and children, and warned of 72 people unaccounted for.   Thousands still sat stranded on roof-tops awaiting rescue helicopter crews who themselves are tired and overwhelmed.

 According to the Associated Press, a flash flood “hurled untold millions of gallons of water down Queensland state’s Lockyer Valley.”  The torrent funneled down some six inches of rain in 30 minutes, “tossing cars like toys . . [and] . . . lifting houses from foundations.”   Rushing without warning, flash floods as high as 26 feet now sweep through towns, giving exhausted survivors no notice of the oncoming walls of water.  Moreover, the floods now turns its attention to Brisbane, one of the nation’s largest cities, where officials say some 20,000 homes are in danger.  Officials there are telling people there not to drive, to conserve drinking water and to expect power cuts.  After Brisbane, the next city in the flood’s sights is Sydney, which is in the most populated state, and is the nation’s capital.

 For Americans to understand what is happening to a valued sister nation, one would have to imagine the New Orleans floods ravaging half of the United States.  At this point, the devastation in Australia has reached such enormous proportions that it would seem impossible for the country to ever fully recover.  Believers everywhere should pray for Australia.  That nation is filled with Christian people who profess their faith in God and in His Dear Son.  Pray for them, for the nation’s leaders and for everyone there to survive this now more than six week-old attack.
 In addition, however, as this blog site has repeatedly pointed out, Australia’s woes are a harbinger warning of the dangers of Global Warming for the rest of the world, including the United States.  The Queensland state in that nation had suffered years of crippling drought.  And now the floods have come.  These are typical Global Warming extremes, both of which bring death and destruction to people, homes and national economies.  Such desolation is also a precursor of the end-of-days.  Yes nations have gone through floods before, but ultimately today’s flood are caused by man-made climate disruption.  And seldom in the history of mankind has flooding or drought engulfed not just one nation, but all the world.  Yes, it is time, yea past time, to get on one’s knees, to dig out those Christian prayer books and ask the Father to give us more time to repent, to change our ways of living, and to forestall the effects of Global Warming.

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