Money Causes Extinction of Species

fn12A very sad report on Australian television showed the way the Andes is being depleted of forest and how species are dying and a lot is due to illegal loggers. While governments have some control over the way the trees are logged and sold, however, the facts are that the number of trees felled are so great that a continual flow of logs down the river is so thick that one can walk from one side to the other. This is every hour, every day, every week, and every year.

This is how much humanity cares for the environment when money is at stake. Species are dying and those who depend on the forest to live are obviously in grave danger. The Chachi, also called Cayapa, are one such group and they number around 3,000 to 5,000. They are a people with their own culture, language, and religion but polluted by Roman Catholic influences. Their future is at stake because of the disappearing jungle they depend on for food and resources.

This has happened repeatedly over the globe as man takes from nature to inflate his wealth. It is often the very rich who is responsible for the devastation, although we are all to blame. It’s not just the rain forest but the oceans, deserts, and agricultural species that are all at risk of extinction.

One doesn’t usually place food products as endangered but the facts show that they are, and highly so. To begin with pollinators are already scarce in some areas and the United States has had to import bees to keep production of crops going. In many areas bees are facing an uphill battle and it’s a lot to do with climate change.

Plants that once flowered in Spring, for instance, now do so in winter. The seasons are out of kilt with the natural birth-death cycle of insects and even ants are struggling. Forests have to be in the mix as well as they depend on animals and insects for distribution and pollination of seed. Without the normal life-cycle diseases and an over-abundance of insects that carry them are now prominent.

The Zika virus is one that depends on mosquitoes to spread it the Ebola and HIV viruses must be included, although they are spread by contact and transfer of body fluids.

In general, the world has become unbalanced and there is nothing to fix it. We can’t reverse the trends and we can’t demand people stop taking from the environment while they depend on money to live. It’s a trap we have been driven into by it.

My memory of reincarnation provides me with an explanation of why this has happened as it is my opinion that everyone who has lived is now back in their body as we are in the last days. This is supported by prophecies whereby we are told that we return six times but that the seventh will be the last (Job 5:19-22) while we are also told that the graves will give up their dead (Isaiah 26:19).

This recycling fits how nature recycles and the old becomes new again. Only now we have been warned that only a few will survive the things that are coming. The visions shown to me were horrendous and have already begun. Money won’t stop it but rather it is the light under the fire that is causing it and extinction of species is the way to bring it about.