Contact Report 440


This contact report was translated from FIGU Special Bulletin 34.

• Page number(s): Unknown

• Date/time of contact: Monday, January 15th, 2007

• Translator(s): Dyson Devine and Vivienne Legg

• Date of original translation: April 2007

• Corrections and improvements made: N/A

• Contact person: Ptaah


Billy and Ptaah discuss avian influenza (bird flu).

This is a small excerpt of the entire contact.


It has indeed become somewhat quiet in regard to the bird flu, so here and there, however, short reports do appear in the newspapers, especially about the dead in the Far East who have died as a result of the H5N1 virus.

Do you, in the meantime, know more about this epidemic and its possible spread?


That is actually the case: the cat family, in particular house cats, gain a greater significance because they are very susceptible to the virus and can pass the epidemic onto other animals, whereby new mutations arise which ultimately can also spread to humans.

Already many house cats in the Asiatic region are infected by the virus, whereby they can cause the named danger to spread out.


Then how could the virus emerge and spread itself so quickly in the realm of the humans?


The virus is already very old, yet it was restricted to a certain kind of migratory bird which was immune to it.

That was good for a while until this kind of bird inevitably mixed with other migratory birds and also infected them.

The inevitable happened as a result of the fault of the overpopulation of Earth humans, because, through their spreading out, they destroyed the regions of the types of bird, also the region of the type of bird which is infected with the H5N1 virus, which, however, was immune to it, subsequently these sought out other regions for nourishment and inevitably came into contact with diverse other migratory birds which led to the spreading out of the epidemic, which already, years ago, spread to domestic poultry as well as, however, to mammals.

Also a number of humans were contaminated with the H5N1 virus through direct contact with infected domestic poultry, whereby they died, which also will not further be avoidable.


Therefore the epidemic has existed for a very long time already, yet it could only spread itself out through the guilt of the human of the Earth, and indeed, therefore, because he did not take his overpopulation in hand and thereby deprived the migratory birds of their established areas, whereby the bird-world mixed - naturally not genetically - rather in regard to the migratory areas, the nourishment and the excrement.

That is as I see it at any rate.






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