In August as the Prophets Gathered to hear God for the next year the following word was received in under natural disasters in regard to beached whales. On page 67. In the God Said 2016 book under Natural disasters this word was given;
Some areas of the ocean will be contaminated with toxins that will make sea food toxic. A red hue was seen in the sea. News channels will have regular reports from various parts of the word of beached whales and peoples’ attempt to save them.
We have since seen many news reports of beached whales. I include some here:
337 Whales Beached in Largest Stranding Ever
The cause of the massive die-off, discovered in remote waters off Patagonia, Chile, is being investigated. Scientists say they are most likely sei whales, which are endangered.
This dead sei whale was found in Patagonia in May. Scientists think it was killed by a toxic red tide, which may be the reason behind the larger, more recent deaths.
Beached whale rescued off Plettenberg Bay
SOUTH AFRICA12 December 2015
File: A beached orca whale has been successfully returned to the ocean off Plettenberg Bay.
PLETTENBERG BAY – A beached Orca whale has been successfully returned to the ocean off Plettenberg Bay.
Commonly known as a killer whale, the Orca beached on Friday night.
Members of the public, along with the National Sea Rescue Institute (NSRI), used buckets of water to keep the animal hydrated.
After a number of efforts, the rescue team was able to get the whale into deeper water.
They had to swim while holding on to it in an attempt to coax it out to sea.
When it tried to return to shore, rescuers formed a line in the water, trying to prevent it from beaching again.
The whale was spotted swimming along the coast on Saturday.
Dead killer whale found on Plett beach
December 15, 2015
Plettenberg Bay – A dead killer whale has washed up on the shore in Plettenberg Bay, Western Cape.
“It washed up on the beach dead and then was removed by the [municipal] cleansing department,” National Sea Rescue Institute spokesperson Craig Lambinon said.
“Samples of it have been taken away by the department of environmental affairs.”
The animals commonly known as killer whales are also called orcas.
Lambinon said the whale was found on Sunday.
It was not yet clear if it was the same juvenile orca whale which had been successfully released back into the ocean after it was discovered beached on the Robberg Beach shores last week.
That orca whale, approximately six metres in length, was found on the beach on Friday evening and members of the public had helped throw water on it to keep it wet, Lambinon said on Saturday.
Humpback whale washes up Strand beach
SOUTH AFRICA 23 December 2015
FILE: A humpback whale beached on the Melkbaai beach in Strand in the Western Cape on Tuesday night. Photo: Supplied / City of Cape TownThe whale carcass onshore at Strand beach, in the Western Cape. The beach is temporarily closed as emergency officials remove a female whale carcass found beached on Wednesday morning.
STRAND – Melkbaai beach in the Western Cape is temporarily closed as emergency officials removed the carcass of a whale cow that beached on Tuesday night.
The 14,8m-long humpback whale was spotted onshore on Tuesday night.
Rescue operations immediately kicked in but the whale was confirmed dead on Wednesday morning.
It is not yet clear why it beached but it’s believed a vessel might have hit it.
Beached whale dies after becoming stranded along Galveston Isle
Whale was likely ill and faced euthanization
Harvey Rice, Dale Lezon | December 22, 2015
A whale died early Tuesday afternoon after drifting in and floundering helplessly in the surf on West Galveston Island as dozens of onlookers watched.
The whale died at about 12:30 p.m., according to a spokeswoman for the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, about five hours after it was spotted. Volunteers had been planning to euthanize the ailing marine mammal once the tide moved it closer to shore.