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Re: Theos-World Is anybody out there?

Apr 07, 2007 05:34 PM
by MarieMAJ41

John, in my locality, Chicago, Illinois, USA it has been reported regarding the bee dilemma. If the bees disappear, pollinating the flowers and the food stocks will disappear as well. World wide famine is a real possibility. Perhaps 2012 is approaching the beginning of pestilence and starvation. Perhaps that is when we will receive "visitors" who will assist us. Perhaps.
In the meantime, Happy Easter to you and yours.
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Sent: Fri, 6 Apr 2007 10:54 PM
Subject: Re: Theos-World Is anybody out there?

Happy Easter back to you. I've been busy reading online contents on the CCD 
about Bee Disappearance occurrences in the USA and Europe it is a very bad 
situation involving 27 States so far in the USA. Spain has lost 600,000 hive 
populations as of 2 months ago, Poland has lost 400,000 hive populations. Just 
those two not counting the other . E.U.Nations are "missing" 20 - 60 Billion 
Bee's. No one knows where they went to or why. Germany only began inspecting their 
hive last month and initial figures are 25% losses with isolated location 
having up to 80% loss. The living Queens of the hives were left behind with young 
brood and abandoned. Predatory opportunist Beetles and Moths will not enter 
the hives to steal the honey and bee bread stocks that were abandoned for 
weeks. They do not know why this happens either. Professors at many world wide 
Universities are online debating possible reasons and causes but it is a chaos 
that is found instead.

Florida acknowledges the loss of 260,000 hive and data is yet unformulated 
to a known sate by state loss here in the USA. So far here in No. California I 
have seen 1 bee and today 1 Bumblebee this year total. 

There is more casualties than our European Honey Bee. Three species of 
Bumble Bee, 115 species of Butterflies and subspecies of 57 Butterflies. Two Moth 
species and 55 Bee species. 

The Colony Collapse Disease was discovered Mid-Noveber of 2006.

Einstein was quoted as saying if the bee's die man has only four years to 
live. Alfalfa and Clover are pollinated by Bee's and are feedstock for our 
cattle.Many crops are completely dependent upon pollination be Bee's.

Importing replacement Bee's does not seem to be a solution in the long 

The Shroud of Turin has long fascinated me due to the "Burn Marks" 
appearing to take the form of "Bee's." The vestal Virgin who attended the Oracle of 
Delphi were the "Mellisa" which in the Greek usage meant "Bee."

We also used to have a member here who had affinity in referring to the 

It would be nice if members here opened their awareness to seeing living 
Bee's where they live whether in a city or country side or if the local news is 
reporting hive losses.



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