David Eells - 05/21/2010
From the time BP started spraying the dispersant on the oil in the Gulf, I was uneasy and told others I felt that this would drop the oil from the top of the water, where it was a more limited threat, down into the water to destroy undersea life. A little later came the news that the EPA, which approved of the use of the dispersant, demanded BP find a "less toxic" replacement. BP responded that there was nothing better to do the job. Yesterday the national news reported that the dispersant was of a kind that would be deadly to fish and undersea life when mixed with the crude and was likely another ecological catastrophe in the making.
Ongoing Destruction of Sealife and Cover-up
In an exclusive for Oilprice.com, the Wayne Madsen Report (WMR) has learned from Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) and U.S. Army Corps of Engineers sources that U.S. Navy submarines deployed to the Gulf of Mexico and Atlantic Ocean off the Florida coast have detected what amounts to a frozen oil blob from the oil geyser at the destroyed Deep Horizon off-shore oil rig south of Louisiana. The Navy submarines have trained video cameras on the moving blob, which remains frozen at depths of between 3,000 to 4,000 feet.
This reminded me of Bob Aicardi's dream, which I have always believe was on its way to fulfillment, of fish in the Gulf being dead on the bottom, stacked up like cord wood. I believe this disaster could very well fulfill Bob's dream in killing the fish, mollusks and crustaceans in the Gulf.
Bill Rowe had a dream in 2008 about a black linear storm that wasn't a hurricane coming against the Florida and Louisiana Gulf coasts. The oil on the water is both linear, being on a single plain, and black like crude oil is. In the dream, circles of black balls, which we finally figured out were the circles of floating oil, with tar-like black balls were coming ashore from the oil spill.
In Bill's dream, he spoke of a radio personality whom he figured generally over-hyped his reports, so he didn't normally listen to him but this time he was reporting on the black linear storm that wasn't a hurricane. The inference was that he was right on some things in this instance. Here is another report in which Stewart Best and a speaker both chuckle about their Chicken-Little (the sky is falling) conspiracy reputation but speak of the Gulf oil spill.
In this report, the EPA had tested the air quality along the southeast Louisiana coast, because of the toxic-smelling fumes coming ashore there and burning eyes and lungs. They found that airborne levels of toxic chemicals like hydrogen sulfide and volatile organic compounds like benzene, for instance, now far exceed safety standards for human exposure.
When I was working in an oil refinery, we were very careful not to come in contact with benzene because it was absorbed easily through the skin and was a deadly carcinogenic. We were also familiar with hydrogen sulfide, which 0.1% in the atmosphere would very quickly deaden your sense of smell and you would be dead moments later. We used Scott air packs to work on any equipment that had hydrogen sulfide in it. Methane also was present, which is a fire hazard. All of these are byproducts of crude oil. Evacuations are planned in some areas.
Considering the things that Father has said are going to come against the Gulf Coast, this evacuation may well be His mercy to get many out of harm's way.
My theory is that the dispersant thinned the crude oil out so it could more easily be evaporated into the atmosphere and pushed by the winds onshore. Any hurricane coming into the Gulf could take this lighter emulsion and spread it all over the effected area. Living on the Gulf, I have seen several times the grass brown-out after a hurricane, due to the fact of saltwater being sprayed on it. I have seen some pine trees die, too. In the same area of Louisiana, people found that water left outside, like in a dog bowl, discolored to a dark color even after changing it again. Some are leaving the area.
Also, in Stewart's audio, he speaks of the real estate industry on the Gulf being destroyed and old revelations given to them from years ago of people fleeing the Gulf area about the time of the Iceland volcanoes erupting with a great catastrophe to the earth. The first has blown and Katla is expected by many to blow any time.
Amy Methvin had a dream of a very large black storm (like Bill's above?) coming into the Gulf and she was offering her lake house in Alabama and warning me and my family to leave and I told her I would have to wait until after my youngest son's kindergarten graduation. This is spiritual since he is in his late 20s. If the natural timing means anything, it would be some time after the next two weeks when kindergartners graduate. When we met Amy up in Alabama in the dream, she was at a fishing store for supplies. Well, there is no fishing possible off the Gulf Coast but there is up there. So we are going where the fish are, spiritually and physically. Also, brethren have had dreams of us with a FOR SALE sign in front of our house. We were moving out. I have believed Amy's dream would come before this September. (Update from David: Amy's dream was fulfilled perfectly. The black oil storm came and we all went to her lake house before September and then we moved to TN in September.) Hers and a couple of others that make more sense now are here and one mentions a Black Tuesday, as in crude oil, and the famous economic collapse.
Also, Amy spoke to me this morning, saying that there are going to be people who will not leave their "things" and will die. I said, I just spoke to Kevin Rea earlier this morning, who had a dream about being on the Gulf coast when people wouldn't take shelter because they were trying to save their "things" and a dark tidal wave of water caught them and destroyed them economically and physically.
Warren Edwards had a dream of a black, oily judgment storm coming.