Whale's Beaching in Alaska Appears to be Divine Warning of Environmental Emergency and End Times- Live Video From Shore

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HeraldtheNews

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This is a live video from the location by the sea in remote Alaska about what these rare beaching of Grey Whale's could mean- a live video report by Herald (HeraldtheNews)

 

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I really find it hard to believe that most end-time events originate in remote parts of Alaska. If this is truly a warning from God then perhaps He could've chose a more accessible venue.
 

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I really find it hard to believe that most end-time events originate in remote parts of Alaska. If this is truly a warning from God then perhaps He could've chose a more accessible venue.
Thanks for your reply!

That's a good point, but whales do tend to hangout here, but sadly not in these treacherous waters. I do think the whale's are trying to tell us something- so many unusual tragic ocean sealife deaths around the world.
 

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What the whales and other sea life is trying to tell us, is that WE were NEVER intended to be in, or encroach upon THEIR turf. God NEVER intended for the oceans to have boats, ships, oil rigs, fishing lines and nets, etc in them. He made the oceans and lakes/rivers SPECIFICALLY for ANIMALS ONLY.
 

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Thanks for your reply!

That's a good point, but whales do tend to hangout here, but sadly not in these treacherous waters. I do think the whale's are trying to tell us something- so many unusual tragic ocean sealife deaths around the world.
They probably are trying to tell us something but really don't think that it's a good idea to postulate that this event and also the earthquakes in Alaska are a specific message from God regarding pending judgement or warning pertaining to the end-times as it weakens your prognostic credibility in this regard.
 

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I remember once when a sick whale beached it self and died on a beach called La Jolla shores in San Diego. Nobody knew what to do with the cadaver so the city asked the Navy for assistance. Uh, :sneaky: the Navy? They sent a team and a decision was made to use explosives. So some C4 and a demo team blew it to pieces. :LOL: Rotting, stinking pieces, all over the beach.:ROFL: A few sailors with haz-mat suits and chain saws And a couple trucks could have done it within hours. They ended up picking pieces for days.
 

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I remember once when a sick whale beached it self and died on a beach called La Jolla shores in San Diego. Nobody knew what to do with the cadaver so the city asked the Navy for assistance. Uh, :sneaky: the Navy? They sent a team and a decision was made to use explosives. So some C4 and a demo team blew it to pieces. :LOL: Rotting, stinking pieces, all over the beach.:ROFL: A few sailors with haz-mat suits and chain saws And a couple trucks could have done it within hours. They ended up picking pieces for days.
The military just likes to blow up things, quick, easy, and painless.
 

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Thanks for your reply!

That's a good point, but whales do tend to hangout here, but sadly not in these treacherous waters. I do think the whale's are trying to tell us something- so many unusual tragic ocean sealife deaths around the world.
MAYBE they are telling us that the NAVY is using new sonar that causes issues.....google it.....most wales, dolphins etc. that are beaching themselves have major internal injuries that seem to point at damage cause by high powered sonar..........
 

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I remember once when a sick whale beached it self and died on a beach called La Jolla shores in San Diego. Nobody knew what to do with the cadaver so the city asked the Navy for assistance. Uh, :sneaky: the Navy? They sent a team and a decision was made to use explosives. So some C4 and a demo team blew it to pieces. :LOL: Rotting, stinking pieces, all over the beach.:ROFL: A few sailors with haz-mat suits and chain saws And a couple trucks could have done it within hours. They ended up picking pieces for days.
A few years back I stayed in a nice hotel in La Jolla .....ate at a nice food joint down on the beach.......excellent sunset....good food...nice beach