(Continued from Part 2, yesterday.)
Impact on Animal Species
SaLuSa tells us that “many changes will occur in nature.” (1) People will adapt to them but some animal species will be less able to,
as Matthew Ward explains.
“Peoples now living in the coldest or the hottest climes will adapt, but it is unavoidable that the few animal species in the polar regions will disappear and some that live on the fringes will survive by migrating; the affected species instinctively will know not to reproduce or when to move.” (2)
Sometimes a simple move to a different part of the planet will suffice, as SaLuSa explains: “Species of animals will move to conditions that are more suited to their needs.” (3)
Another adaptive change, Matthew tells us, is that all animal species will become herbivores rather than carnivores.
“Gradually all animals will become herbivores and the outcry to kill numbers of ‘predators’ will cease.
“In the meantime, please continue your efforts to protect all animal life, to stop the terrible abuse and end the slaughtering on land and in the seas. Humans’ inhumane treatment of animals has caused a staggering amount of negativity for Earth to deal with.” (4)
Many species will be more readily able to adapt to climatic conditions than they have been able to humanity’s harmful and predatory practices, Matthew says.
“Sadly, some marine populations and animal species living in frigid temperatures will not survive, but most can adapt far more readily to rising ocean and land temperatures than they can live in polluted waters or in sonar testing areas or in cages, much less evade slaughter for pelts or tusks, ‘scientific experiments,’ or delicacies such as caviar and fins.” (5)
Some species will be unable to adapt and will leave this world to migrate to planetary climes more suited to their needs, SaLuSa remarks.
“As with the Human Race, the animal kingdom will also change and a number of species will completely disappear. They will be mainly those who normally live in the more extreme conditions, and are unable to adapt to the new Earth.
“They are not lost for all time but will find another planet where they can continue their evolution. All life is immortal and there are no exceptions, and changes take place all the time, indeed as you are now beginning to experience.” (6)
Sanat Kumara adds that “many of what you have thought of as the extinct species will return.” (7)
Tomorrow we’ll look at our star family’s assistance as we go through these climatic adjustments.
(1) SaLuSa. February 6, 2015, at http://www.treeofthegoldenlight.com/First_Contact/Channeled_Messages_by_Mike_Quinsey.htm.
(2) Matthew Ward, “Essay on 2012,” Dec. 31, 2007, at http://www.matthewbooks.com/mattsmessage.htm.
(3) SaLuSa. February 6, 2015.
(4) Matthew’s Messages, Oct. 22, 2008, at http://www.matthewbooks.com/mattsmessage.htm.
(5) Matthew’s Message, April 3, 2007.
(6) SaLuSa, Nov. 4, 2009.
(7) “Sanat Kumara: Many of You Have Already Ascended and Straddle Dimensions,” May 28, 2013, http://goldenageofgaia.com/2013/05/sanat-kumara-many-of-you-have-already-ascended-and-straddle-dimensions/.
Source: Golden Age of Gaia