by Mark Sircus
November 10, 2010
from IMVA Website


Feeling secure with life these days?


If you are secure like granite then you should possibly have your head examined and confess all your sins because insecurity is one of the facts of life. After all we might be knocking on the gates of heaven at any moment if we are good little boys and girls; life for any of us could end in the next day.

There are no guarantees in life but one. But to talk about the one solid framework of life one has to get religious, one has to talk about God or what I like to call the light of pure consciousness.


No matter what, we can count on the backbone of the universe to shine 24/7 no matter what we are doing or where we are, and that is why it says to seek first the kingdom of heaven because if you do, you discover the eternal light that never fails.

The heart chakra is the security center and its color is green and even our skin turns pale greenish when flashes of insecurity and jealousy envelop us. Insecurity is such an uncomfortable feeling, so much so that people would rather just shut down this emotional/feelings center and not be bothered with all the pain.


Often the more someone has the more insecure they actually become because the fear of loss grows as we gather power and wealth.

It is not easy to open up a discussion about humanity’s chances of coming through the next decade or two. There is a high probability event on the horizon that puts billions of souls on the path to the gates that lead from this earth to somewhere else, but global warming is not included in our future destiny, yet President Barack Obama said he will look for ways to control global warming pollution anyway.

This is no exaggeration and we need to realize that right at this moment, as we are still comfortable and secure, a cool billion people or more are already in dire straits.


There are that many people who are very hungry and starving for the very elements of life, starving for water, food, and shelter. A significant percentage of humanity is already at death’s door.


Even in the richest country on the planet, over 40 million are on food stamps.

The drop from July is significant, and very steep, losing more than half of the temperature anomaly since then.


The southern hemisphere has dropped the most. Very threatening to global temperatures is the tremendous recent increase in volcanic activity around the world.



All it takes for a tremendous plunge in global temperature is one big volcano to blow its stack.

“An unprecedented magma reservoir lurks underneath Merapi,” says Birger Lühr, a volcano researcher at the GFZ in Potsdam, Germany.


“A rough estimate indicates that there is three times more magma than what was ejected by the Indonesian volcano Tambora in 1815 - the biggest eruption in the last 10,000 years, which led to a cooling of the climate globally. Such an eruption could trigger the next ice age, I fear.”

The Tambora eruption caused ‘The Year Without A Summer’ of 1816, when it snowed every month of the year in Vermont.


Farmers called it “Eighteen-hundred and froze to death."

Indonesia reported yesterday that rumblings were heard at 21 other active volcanoes following the eruptions on Mount Merapi - twice the number usually on the government’s watch list. The increased volcanic activity across Indonesia raised questions about what is causing the uptick along some of the world’s most volatile fault lines.


Mr. Brent McInnes, a professor at Australia’s Curtin University, said this could indicate “a major plate restructuring” - a shift in the tectonic plates’ position.


The increase in the number of strong earthquakes today may be related to the phenomenon of polar shift, and are both byproducts of Earth’s turbulent and boiling liquid iron outer core, roiling around a solid iron inner core as hot as the sun and spinning faster than the rotation of the planet itself.


Being Cut Down to Size

It is very strange how we humans talk about certain subjects.


Overpopulation, population control, and birth control are difficult ones, as are sex and drugs. But we climb to a dizzying height when we address extinction of species scenarios, which we can presently study because bats and bees and a host of other animals are biting the dust and leaving us a message about our own security on this planet.


For several years now, scientists have been sounding alarms about a devastating fungus, White-Nose Syndrome (WNS), which has literally decimated bat populations in the Northeastern U.S. The fungus leaves a white substance on the bat’s nose, wings and body, and disrupts the bat’s hibernation patterns, forcing it to burn through its fat reserves, which quickly leads to starvation.


Earlier this year, a survey of the bat population in New Jersey estimated that 90 percent of that state’s bats had been killed off.

“This is on a level unprecedented, certainly in mammals,” says Rick Adams, a biology professor at the University of Northern Colorado and a renowned bat expert.


“A mass extinction event, a thousand times higher than anything we’ve seen. It’s going through [bat colonies] like wildfire, with 80 to 100 percent mortality.”

In biology and ecology, extinction is the end of an organism

or of a group of organisms (taxon), normally a species.

The moment of extinction is generally considered to be

the death of the last individual of the group.

Experts believe many species of bats may vanish, and like with bee colony collapse, the disappearance of these species will bring profound and long-term changes to the environment and agriculture across North America.


A bat eats 60 to 100 percent of its body-weight in insects every day.


Adams says one colony of Mexican free-tailed bats in Colorado’s San Luis Valley, an important agricultural region,

“pulls about 100 metric tons of insects out of the air in a year.”

And having bats in agricultural areas, he says, tends to move insects out of those areas, creating less need for dangerous and expensive pesticides.

And like honey bee colonies - which have also been facing massive die-offs in recent years - some bats are important pollinators and seed-distributors. Adams says bats are crucial to the reproduction of tropical fruits like mangos, papayas, figs, and wild bananas. And in Arizona, bats are the primary pollinators for three large cactus species that support much of the region’s ecosystem.

All of this sets the stage for talking about what is leaking out from the corners - about globalists’ plans for population decline - and we do have people rich and powerful enough to construct a Stonehenge-type monument called Georgia Guidestones, in the state of Georgia, dedicated to bringing the population down to 500 million.


That would tally up to about 7 billion odd deaths on the ride down from the almost 7 billion of us that are now walking the earth. I calculate 7 billion because we would have to count all those also born during this whole declining process, if it were to occur.

We might relegate all of this to conspiracy theories but you can bet your bottom dollar that think tanks, top military officials and the filthy rich have been studying such things for decades. We should never take life for granted and never become smug and self-satisfied in these years ahead. As we move from the age of global warming into rapid cooling, we have something happening that absolutely no one expected or was looking for.

In 1998 world temperatures peaked and have been descending ever since and now at an accelerating pace. Again record breaking cold and snow is lashing out at the northern hemisphere and already short world food stocks are causing intense tension due to extreme climate events.


This winter could provide the knockout blow to a lot of people. No matter what anyone says about any of this, food prices are heading up. The United States makes up less than five percent of the population on earth, yet easily consumes over 30 percent of its resources.


While we humans would appear to be doing well, spreading our population like wildfire across the globe, the diminishing resources and other life forms on the planet tell a different story.

“We are in the midst of a mass extinction, an event not seen since the disappearance of the dinosaurs, 65 million years ago,” says Worldwatch Institute.

Humans can cause extinction of a species through overharvesting, pollution, habitat destruction, introduction of new predators like manmade viruses and antibiotic resistant bacteria, and other influences.


Explosive, unsustainable human population growth is an essential cause of the extinction crisis in other species and we are presently threatening our overall way of life with our neglect of all these basic concerns.

Humans are going through their own special type of mass extinction event in terms of chronic disease. Habitat degradation through toxicity can kill off a species very rapidly by killing all living members through contamination or sterilizing them. It can also occur over longer periods at lower toxicity levels by affecting life span, reproductive capacity, or competitiveness.

Before we die we get sick.


We are now seeing:

1 in 6 children with specific learning disabilities
12-15% children with attention deficit disorder
1 in 87 with autism spectrum - a 1700% increase over ten years
1% sudden infant death
40 deaths and 15,000 substantive adverse Gardasil reactions
1 in 15 over 65 with dementia; 1 in 8 over 85
Chronic fatigue syndrome
Seizure disorders
Global developmental delay
1 in 450 with type 1 diabetes and hundreds of millions of type 2
1 in 2 men and 1 in 3 women to develop cancer over a lifetime

There is no doubt in my mind that over the next few years we are going to be witnessing and participating in a human downdraft of stupendous proportions as human suffering and premature death go off the Richter scale.


It is not a healthy thing to imagine billions of souls crying out and perishing from lack of water and food but avoiding these thoughts and images paralyzes us and prevents either society or us as individuals from taking evasive action.

Perhaps things will not turn out so bad after all, but then again, all one has to do is look at what is already happening - the political confusion and stupidity and the potential for war and all the nuclear weapons that are in the hands of madmen at the Pentagon.


They use depleted uranium weaponry routinely now in far away battlefields not calculating one bit the billions of years the resultant nuclear pollution and the effect it will have on their own children.


Monsters eat and kill their own children so what can we say about these people? They love war and if push comes to shove I doubt if they will hesitate to use the types of nuclear weapons that kick up big mushroom clouds.

In the mainstream news we read:

“Yields are not keeping up with a world growing hungrier. Crops are stunted in a world grown warmer. A devastating fungus, a wheat ‘rust,’ is spreading out of Africa, a grave threat to the food plant that covers more of the planet’s surface than any other.


In Chicago, London, and other money centers, the wheat market is so roiled by bad news and speculators that rising prices may put bread out of reach for millions more of the world’s poor.”

This is a picture of selective mass extinction with the poor getting the boot first.


And those who can afford all the food they can eat have Monsanto (gets my vote for most disgusting company on the planet and now we learn they have bought out the biggest security mercenary firm in the world) and many other companies ready to feed them the most terrible toxic loaded foods - it will be a wonder if anyone survives.