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ZetaTalk: Exploding Toads
written May 4, 2005

Could the Zetas explain what is going on with the exploding toads in Germany and Denmark? Will this phenomena spread to other species?

We have explained that both humans and animals would increasingly take sick during the years going into the pole shift due to factors such as emanations from the roiling core of the Earth and migration of microbs due to climate change. Fauna and flora are also migrating, with encroachment of habitat a concern for the resident fauna and flora. Evolution is an adjustment, over time, to what exists, and when climate is stable, as it is between pole shifts, the fauna and flora give all indications of being stable and content. What is assumed as normal for a region is only what has been established as the equilibrium after the last pole shift. We have emphasized that extinction of species occurs during pole shifts due to the stress of this change, due to loss of food sources or changes in temperature or rainfall or invasive microbs or species. There are winners and losers in these clashes. The outcome after a pole shift is dependent upon many factors. Beyond Spring coming early in the northern hemisphere recently, and migrating species, there are reports of mass death washing up on shores or wildlife falling sick. Among humans, there are worrisome reports of flesh eating bacteria or outbreaks in Ebola like viruses in Africa on the increase. Are the exploding toads related, and what is causing them to swell and burst?

Digestive systems, as anyone who has had indigestion and gas will understand, is a delicate balance between what is eaten and what is available to assist digestion. If taking antibiotics destroys the natural microbs in the digestive tract of humans, diarrhea will result. Indigestion also results in explosive gas, the methane gas so familiar in farting, but in any case the product of undigested food decomposing in a quite natural way if outside of the digestive tract. If the toads eat something that their digestive tracts are not prepared to digest, this can result in gas, as it does in humans. Part two of this drama is the ability of the species to rid itself of gas in the gut. Humans get cramps and move it all along, toads do not. They have expansive bellies, remarkably so, so that any indigestion eventually works itself out without harm. But where the intake and indigestion overwhelm the expansion capacity, explosion results. Those examining the exploded toads are looking for an unexpected microb, when they should be examining the food the toads are eating. What is new in the food chain, not formerly found but now prevalent? Therein lies the answer.

Signs of the Times #1394
Thousands of Amphibians Exploding In Germany, Experts Baffled [Apr 24] ‘Hundreds of toads have met a bizarre and sinister end in Germany in recent days, it was reported: they exploded. According to reports from animal welfare workers and veterinarians as many as a thousand of the amphibians have perished after their bodies swelled to bursting point and their entrails were propelled for up to a metre (three feet). The bodies of the toads expanded to three and a half times their normal size. Explanations include an unknown virus, a fungus that has infected the water, or crows, which in an echo of the Alfred Hitchcock movie "The Birds", attack the toads, literally scaring them to death.’ [and from another source] MIDLAND, July/August 2000 - on May 21 in the 61st through 64th paragraphs of a 76-paragraph NEW YORK TIMES feature on the childhood of Republican candidate for U.S. president George W. Bush: ‘We were terrible to animals,’ he recalled, laughing. A dip behind the Bush home turned into a small lake after a good rain, and thousands of frogs would come out. ‘Everybody would get BB guns and shoot them... Or we´d put firecrackers in the frogs and throw them and blow them up.’ [Note: can’t blame this one on Bush.]