BP OIL APOCALYPSE * Gulf Water on Fire * Aerial View Video


Words cannot describe this devastation.

Thank goodness for videos, and for videographers like John Wathen who has documented this catastrophe.

Mr. Wathen recalls that day…

This was the most emotionally disturbing video I have ever done! A flight over the BP Slick Source where I saw at least 100 Dolphins in the oil, some dying. I also photographed a Sperm Whale covered in oil all around it’s blow hole.”

It’s as if all the possible horrors of the world were put in one bucket, mixed up and hurled into the Gulf of Mexico.

One cannot underestimate the effects of the “spill”.

This is a gulf, not a lake.

The gulf is a large appendage of the even larger Atlantic Ocean.

There are loop currents and gulf stream conveyor belts that move whatever happens in a specific area in the gulf into places scientist can only speculate.

The planet is a living organism.

It has a heartbeat of 7.8 HZ.

Give it sun, and through their symbiotic relationship, plants grow upon it.

Microbes can digest oil which seeps through naturally occurring fissures under the sea.

However, the toxic chemical dispersant, Corexit, is interfering with that process.

Look what we are leaving the children of Earth.

What more of a wake up call do we need?

Corners were cut when this well was drilled.

Safety measures that every other nation would have mandated were allowed to be omitted by the U.S. government.


The simplest answer is for more profit.

However, there are other…more ominous…reasons this might have been allowed to occur.

Read “11 Days Before BP “ACCIDENT” Halliburton Bought Oil Well Disaster Control Company: at:


Please familiarize yourself with the UN Agenda 21.

After that, check out the videos on “FEMA coffins”.


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