It is not only humans that suffer from these attacks. Smaller creatures are likely to be strongly influenced by such toxicity.
According to the article below, insect collecting research in Germany reports a shocking fact that three-quarters of insects have vanished.
Insects are important part of the food chain and play an important role in pollination to plants. Therefore, researchers give a warning: “If we lose the insects then everything is going to collapse.” It is likely that insecticides, of course, and various chemicals create irremediable change in environment. Unless we deal with this problem as soon as possible, we would be in big trouble. I don’t know, but it might be too late. Unless we shape the future direction of society including politics and economics from the viewpoint of global environment without focusing only on money, I am afraid that “everything is going to collapse in the near future.”
By the way, Pleiadian cosmonaut Ra Tesh appeared in my dream this morning and showed me her face clearly. She was a slender beauty. Curiously enough, she had black hair and did up her hair in Japanese style. Slightly after I saw her vision, a cool honest-looking man appeared; he wore a double-breasted suit and he was seemingly in his mid-30s. A week ago, I thought of *Sontoku Ninomiya by a mere accident. Immediately I found that the man in vision is Sontoku Ninomiya. I knew that he has been reincarnated with the body. It appears that he has been reincarnated as a Saturnian.
*Ninomiya Sontoku was a prominent 19th-century Japanese agricultural leader, philosopher, moralist and economist. (by Wipipedia)
Traditional Japanese hair style reminded me of Savitri and Satyavat. At that time, I realized that Sontoku Ninomiya and Ra Tesh is a couple. It is international marriage between Saturnian and Pleiadian. What joyful news!
Sontoku Ninomiya had helped me from the early days of Heavenly Reformation. He has got promoted in rank to the Misofu (Thirty-Two) deities in Sirius System Earthly Deity 5th Level. He has got promoted from Saturnian to deity.
When I talked to my wife about Sontoku Ninomiya, I explained that he gives an impression similar to Gregory Peck starring in “Roman Holiday”; he is a well-built, honest-looking and cool man. When we looked up Sontoku Ninomiya in Wikipedia, I laughed. Sontoku Ninomiya in my vision is exactly the same as the illustration in Wikipedia. If the illustrated man were in his thirties and cooler, he is exactly Sontoku Ninomiya I saw in vision.
When I looked up “Roman Holiday” in Wikipedia, I was surprised because Ra Tesh looks like Audrey Hepburn. Audrey in this photo has closer image of Ra Tesh than Audrey in Wikipedia.
November 1, 2017
Partial English translation of the Japanese version of Sputnik – October 19, 2017 –
“Ecological Armageddon has started” Drastic decrease in insect population numbers gives warning to humanity
The investigation by a group of German, Dutch and British researchers reveals the fact that three-quarters of flying insects in nature reserves across Germany have vanished. Researchers express their view that considering the role that insects play in the food chain and pollination in plants, this drastic decrease will pose a serious threat to all life on Earth. The research was published in a scientific journal PLOS ONE.
In Germany more than 1,500 samples of all flying insects at 63 different nature reserves have been captured for a research. The research result showed that the annual average fell by 76% over the 27 year period. Researchers point out that the research was carried out in nature reserves but there is not so big difference in numeric value of agricultural areas.
Researchers express their view that the drastic decrease is possibly related to destruction of insects’ habitat environment by humanity, use of insecticides and global warming.
Professor Dave Goulson of Sussex University, UK, and part of the team behind the new study, said: “Insects make up about two-thirds of all life on Earth [but] there has been some kind of horrific decline. We appear to be making vast tracts of land inhospitable to most forms of life and are currently on course for ecological Armageddon. If we lose the insects then everything is going to collapse.”