Dragonfly Crop Circle and Related



Little London, Wiltshire. Reported June 3, 2009



Dragonfly and Dragonfly Symbology
Illusion - Transcendence



Dragonfly Drones
UFO's?




Jellyfish Crop Circle and Related



Waylands Smithy, Oxfordshire. May 29, 2009




Crop Circle Jellyfish Comments



Earth's protective shield is stealing our air   New Scientist - May 30, 2009









Penumbral Lunar Eclipse July 7, 2009 NASA

July 7, 2009 lunar eclipse Wikipedia





Strange Lightning (Sprite) That Looks Like A Jellyfish
 
Live Science - June 11, 2009





Giant jellyfish are taking over parts of the world's oceans  
Discovery - June 8, 2009

Giant jellyfish like this one are taking over parts of the world's oceans as overfishing and other human activities open windows of opportunity for them to prosper, say researchers. In this photo, a diver is attaching a sensor to track a monster Echizen jellyfish, which has a body almost 5 feet across, off the coast of northern Japan.

Jellyfish are normally kept in check by fish, which eat small jellyfish and compete for jellyfish food such as zooplankton, researchers said. But, with overfishing, jellyfish numbers are increasing. These huge creatures can burst through fishing nets, as well as destroy local fisheries with their taste for fish eggs and larvae.

Anthony Richardson of CSIRO Marine & Atmospheric Research and colleagues reported their findings in the journal Trends in Ecology and Evolution to coincide with World Oceans Day. They say climate change could also cause jellyfish populations to grow. The team believes that for the first time, water conditions could lead to what they call a "jellyfish stable state," in which jellyfish rule the oceans. The combination of overfishing and high levels of nutrients in the water has been linked to jellyfish blooms. Nitrogen and phosphorous in run-off cause red phytoplankton blooms, which create low-oxygen dead zones where jellyfish survive, but fish can't, researchers said.

"(There is) a jellyfish called Nomura, which is the biggest jellyfish in the world. It can weigh 200 kilograms (440 pounds), as big as a sumo wrestler and is 2 meters (6.5 feet) in diameter," Richardson said. Richardson said jellyfish numbers are increasing in Southeast Asia, the Black Sea, the Gulf of Mexico and the North Sea.







The rising blue jellyfish,

represents the next level of consciousness.



Membrane Universe


I found the blue jellyfish on this Website next to an image of the Membrane Universe.

M-Theory

What string theory is really good for   New Scientist - June 1, 2009

  Part 07: Edward Witten - String Theory To M-Theory YouTube




Jellyfish Shape and the Parachute

"A mind is like a parachute - it doesn't work unless fully open".

CROP CIRCLES 2009





ELLIE'S ARCHIVES 2009


ELLIE'S ARCHIVES


ELLIE'S WORLD BLOG


ALPHABETICAL INDEX OF ALL FILES


CRYSTALINKS HOME PAGE


PSYCHIC READING WITH ELLIE