I’ve been reading War of the Whales a new book by Joshua Horowitz, and the feeling that captures me throughout the book, billed as a “true story,” is exactly what Clif High says, that some kind of immense power is trying to kill off the living consciousness of water itself with the use of frequences beamed throughout the entire ocean system that not only burst the eardrums of whales and dolphins, and who knows what smaller species, but kill the nourishing medium that sustains marine life. I detect that the U.S. Navy is the puppet in charge, in league with all sorts of players, both supportive and adversarial — and some of them do-gooders who may or may not realize that they are subtly bought off. Told from the point of view of a marine whale specialist in the Bahamas who sees way too many beached whales all in the same general area on a certain day shortly after witnessing a Navy ship silently plough through water offshore.
This is a deeply disturbing book, as it should be. We who do feel the living consciousness of water, cannot help but be sickened ourselves by the attempted acceleration of destruction to warp speed now.
Can “they” do to Earth what was done to Mars?
It’s a “cliff hanger,” for sure. However,
I cannot help but feel that in this mighty
Terra is in charge
and that she won’t tolerate much more