Bird rescuers found a chilling scene in Australia where they said birds were actually “falling from the sky” and subsequently were discovered in trees and on the ground, bleeding from their beaks and eyes.
Sarah King, a founder of a bird rescue group that sent a staffer to the incident, said “the scene looked like a horror movie.” It could have been a scene out of an Alfred Hitchcock fright film — but this was happening for real.
She said, “They were literally falling out of the trees in front of him, falling out of the sky.”
She added, “Only two or three were actually deceased. The rest were just screaming on the ground. They couldn’t fly any more, they were bleeding out of their mouths … What we were seeing was something out of a horror movie.”
The birds were corellas — a species native to the Australian continent — and more than 60 have died since being found in the town of Adelaide. Of those, the vast majority were long-billed corellas, a protected species in Australia.
Although some of the birds found alive were taken to veterinarians, they couldn’t be saved.
The corella deaths are now being investigated by the Australian government, and the state’s Department for Environment and Water has not been able to confirm the cause of death for the birds, but the rescuers said they think some type of poisoning.
A Department for Environment and Water spokeswoman said “disease and toxin testing is under way and will take several weeks to complete.”
But Australia has had winged animals falling out of the sky before.
When just last year hundreds of bats were falling from the skies and out of the trees in Australia as their brains were reportedly boiled by the extreme heat.
The temperatures were running so high then that bats were being boiled alive and falling from the sky.
And Justin Welbergen, an ecologist and president of the Australasian Bat Society said, “This sort of event has not happened in Australia this far north since European settlement.”
And now this year these birds are falling from the sky bleeding from their heads. But it’s not the first time large numbers of birds have fallen from the sky in apocalyptic scenes.
As many as 5,000 birds fell to the earth on New Year’s eve in Arkansas in 2011, with many of them crashing into trees, lampposts and buildings. That phenomenon occurred in the town of Beebe, which weirdly also had a population of 5,000 – mirroring the number of bird casualties in the incident.
The Biblical prophecies foretell (Revelation 8, Revelation 16) that changes will come to Earth, its environment, temperatures and waters, that will cause it to become toxic with harmful results for life on earth indicating the coming end of the age.
These are signs of the Last Days revealing its time to prepare for the nearing appearance of Jesus Christ by being born again spiritually into the Kingdom of God as Jesus said we must (John 3) and His Apostles (Matthew 16:19) who were authorized described how (Acts 2). And this new birth experience brings peace and joy in the Holy Spirit now in this life, and eternal life in the world to come.
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