This morning our yard was abuzz with a chorus of songbirds. Summer tanagers, vireos, orioles, indigo buntings, goldfinches and cardinals had joined the resident bluebirds, woodpeckers, Virginia creepers, nuthatches, titmice and sapsuckers to complete the ensemble.
Many had come in flocks, which was unusual before a few years ago. We live in a remote area, far from any cell phone towers. As these towers have become more ubiquitous the flocks of birds coming here increase. Others in urban areas say their songbirds have disappeared altogether. Many urban people are also reporting a massive decline in insect populations.
With the discovery of the Schumann resonances in 1952, it became apparent even to mainstream scientists that the earth was an electromagnetic living organism that constantly emits extremely low-frequency (ELF) waves.
Birds and insects use these frequencies as a compass when migrating. Many studies have demonstrated the adverse effects which the spike in artificial ELF waves have had on birds and insects. Colony collapse in honey bees has been connected to these same ELFs. Hundreds of species of birds and butterflies will soon be extinct. These are the canaries in the coal mine for a coming mass extinction event.