What is Unnatural Will Cease to Exist
Bees are the highest level food support workers who enable plant and animals to exist. For millions upon millions of years bees have pollinated all plants around the Earth. Honey bees are recognized and appreciated as the single most important and efficient insect pollinators of food plants on Earth.
Due to escalating population and a severe Geopathic stress caused by business and government action these essential creatures, the bees, are dying. Bees pollinate fruits and vegetables and are a major source of life, not only for honey, but the entire ecosystem.
What is happening to the bees may be inexplicable; no one really has the answer. A lot of this understanding may be buried in layers of political agendas and business practices.
Something that can be agreed upon is that these three elements are toxic to bee populations:
- Toxic Air Waves,
- Toxic Water, and
- Toxic Sugar
- Beekeeper Practices
It will later be explained how these factors affect bee populations, but the point here is that changing these factors can effect change for bees here and around the world.
One of the greatest thinkers of our time, Albert Einstein, predicted,
"If the bee disappears from the surface of the earth, man would have no more than four years to live.”
That’s a pretty shocking thought for some to swallow. Albert Einstein wouldn’t just select the four years as a time table without first figuring out food supplies, diseases, and other relevant factors involved. Killing the bees kills our food supply.
In China, they are manually (by hand) pollenating the trees, and it is well known that we cannot do as good as a job as a worker bee. A worker bee works day and night works relentlessly for hive and the colony. Could you imagine in the food supply halted? Operation Honey Bee thinks four years would be about right.
There are major reasons why bees and humans are experience the same thing. Six billion tons of carbon emissions each year, this could be an obvious reason why we have some issues.
Are there more similarities between bees and man?