n reviewing reports from our Kremlin
sources today I could not help but call to mind the words of
the great German scientist
Albert Einstein, and who when asked what kind of weapons
World War III would be fought with, Einstein responded, “I
know not with what weapons World War III will be fought, but
World War IV will be fought with sticks and stones.”
These thoughts of mine were due to the
information contained in these reports relating to the
decimation of the domestic bee industry in the United
States, and as we can read about as reported by the
Mongabay.Com News Service in their article titled "Mysterious
outbreak killing millions of bees", and which says:
"An mysterious outbreak is
causing the deaths of millions of honeybees in 22 states
according to an entomologist from the University of Montana.
Jerry Bromenshenk says that
Colony Collapse Disorder (CCD) is "causing agricultural
honeybees nationwide to abandon their hives and disappear."
“Individual beekeepers are really taking a beating,”
Bromenshenk said. “A guy down in
Oklahoma lost 80 percent of his 13,000 colonies in the last
month. In Florida, there are a whole lot of people facing
40, 60 and 80 percent losses. That’s huge.”
"With CCD, most adult honeybees abandon a hive and
disappear, leaving the queen and a remnant of younger bees.
The malady also is characterized by uncapped brood -- when
the cells of young bees in the pupa stage are not covered
and protected by their older sisters -- probably because
most of the adult bees have left. Dead adult bees aren't
found near the hive; they are just gone," explains a news
release from the University of Montana."
Now, it is very important to understand
that these bees are not dead, or dying, they are simply ‘disappearing’,
and which led me to remember my studies under Russian
biophysicist and molecular biologist
Pjotr Garjajev in the 1980’s, and where a great deal of
Soviet effort was then being put into the saving of the
American domestic bee industry due to devastating losses
caused by varroa mites.
To the success of the Soviets efforts we
can read as reported by the Science
News, Vol. 154, No. 6, August 8, 1998, and which said:
"Federal scientists hope to establish a Russian dynasty
throughout the United States—one populated by the progeny of
Asian-hatched honeybees, renowned for their resistance to
That goal moved a step closer last week. The first
generation of bees produced by 90 expatriate queens, just
released from quarantine, has significantly outperformed
U.S. members of their species, Apis
mellifera, in resisting
infestation by varroa mites.
This parasite, which first turned up among U.S. honeybees 11
years ago, has taken a devastating toll. Feeding off their
hosts' blood, the energy-sapping mites weaken and soon kill
the bees (SN: 2/8/97, p. 92). Moreover, mites in four states
have developed resistance to the one pesticide approved for
use against them, notes Thomas E.
Rinderer of the U.S. Department of Agriculture
honeybee laboratory in Baton Rouge, La.
Such pesticide-resistance leaves beekeepers defenseless, he
says. Indeed, he notes, because wild honeybees never
received treatment, "they're gone." Though swarms that stray
from beekeepers' colonies may survive a few months in the
wild, he says, these days "they're doomed, too."
The parasites develop on bee pupae. Once a bee emerges as an
adult, it normally lives 30 days or more, depending upon how
hard it works. But an infested worker may survive only 3 to
5 days in its sickly state. The mites,
which also attack adults, reproduce on a 10-day
cycle, allowing them to quickly kill off a colony.
In the new tests, Rinderer's
team exposed 90 parasitefree
colonies to mites. Each colony contained a Russian-hatched
queen and up to 60,000 of her offspring. About 12 weeks
later, the USDA scientists tallied how many mites infested
the adults and pupae.
From previous data on U.S. colonies, "we would have expected
an 11.4-fold increase in mites during the test period,"
Rinderer says. Instead "we got
an average 3.9-fold increase—and many colonies had no
increase. This is extremely exciting."
Though many honeybee populations along the
Primorski region of Russia's
Pacific coast have had a century to develop natural
resistance to the varroa mite,
bees who arrived there more recently show little ability to
coexist with the parasite. The current tests were designed
to identify and eliminate these weaker bees from any U.S.
Imported a year ago, the queens, which
can live up to 3 years, are becoming quite elderly. Colonies
headed by their daughters, however, are
now beginning a new wave of tests to compare them directly
with U.S. hives. The queens, which mate only once, carry
sperm from descendants of Primorski-hatched
bees. By next spring, Rinderer's
team plans to begin distributing mated Russian queens to
beekeepers for experiments to evaluate how well they
pollinate plants and produce honey under field conditions.
The Russian queens are fueling considerable excitement among
apiarists, says Troy Fore of the American Beekeeping
Federation in Jesup, Ga. The
cost of treating colonies with the
varroa miticide can eat
up 20 percent of a beekeeper's gross earnings—or about 80
percent of the intended profit, he says. Bees with Russian
genes should reduce the need for some or all of these
expensive treatments, he adds."
The Russian queens also "offer to throw the [mite]
resistance gene into [stray] bees," reestablishing a
self-sustaining feral community, notes beekeeper Kim
Flottum, who edits Bee Culture
in Medina, Ohio.
Unknown to the Americans, however,
relating to the saving of their domestic bee industry by the
massive introduction of Russian Queen Bees was the Soviet
research on bees that built upon the research being carried
out by Würzburg Zoologists, and
which resulted in their groundbreaking study titled "Bursts
of magnetic fields induce jumps of misdirection in bees by a
mechanism of magnetic resonance"
Now, without making this a pure science
report, and which is not our intention as we only seek to
provide general information that can lead to your further
research, these scientists discovered that “bursts at a
frequency of 250 Hz oriented parallel to the field-lines of
the EMF induce unequivocal jumps of misdirection of up to
+10°” in colonies of Russian bees, and which is highly
significant should ‘someone’ wish to destroy bee
colonies by causing their workers to ‘disappear’ and
not be able to find their way back to heir hives.
(It is important to note that domestic
bees that have lost their domestic hives are able to produce
a new feral queen and continue to survive in the wild.)
The greater significance of these events,
though, rests with the 250 Hz range
(The hertz (symbol: Hz) is the SI unit of frequency. Its
base unit is s-1 (also called inverse seconds, or 1/s). In
English, hertz is used as both singular and plural. One
hertz simply means one per second.), and which not
only will cause Russian domesticated bees to lose their
ability to re-find their domestic hives, but is the
frequency attributed to causing
great anger in human beings.
It has long been known that both the
United States and the Soviets have conducted decades long
research into the use of
mind control technologies, with the greater aim being
towards the control of their own citizens, but also towards
its uses in warfare, and which these events appear to be
coming into line with past predictions of the unintended
consequences should these esoteric be unleashed.
is occurring in the United States today relating to hundreds
of millions of their domestic bees disappearing, and who are
descendents of their original Russian Queen ancestors, is
that their Military Leadership has unleashed upon their
citizens through their propaganda media organs
(television/radio) the ‘fearful’ 250 Hz signal intended to
‘anger’ their population in the buildup towards war with
But! One of the unintended consequences
produced by their provocative actions against their own
citizens is that they have likewise ‘signaled’ the
demise of their agricultural industry through the decimation
of their domestic bee industry.
Is it indeed possible that the Soviets in
the 1980’s were foresighted enough to plant this ticking
time bomb in the very heart of America should the United
States at some future date become intent upon Global
A simple phone call to our Kremlin
sources provided this cryptic answer, “The ‘Honey Plot’
does exist, Putin himself gave
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