Incidents of elephant rampage on the rise in India

January 8, 2013 INDIAA man sustained fractures while standing crops of watermelon were damaged as a herd of elephants went on a rampage on the outskirts of Kamasumudra village near here on Wednesday. A herd of 32 jumbos from the Tamil Nadu forests is wrecking havoc by destroying crops in the nearby fields. The elephants are moving in two groups – one comprising 14 jumbos which have camped near Kamasamudra and another with 18 elephants is roaming at the Yaragol dam project site. The jumbos have entered Karnataka from Krishnagiri in Tamil Nadu and are moving on the natural elephant corridor. Availability of water and fodder all along the way is said to be facilitating their onward journey. The elephants which stray on this route usually return to V Kote via Kuppam. A calf is also part of the herd. Ansar, a resident of Bheemanaganahalli suffered fracture of chest bones after an elephant threw him with its trunk. He was admitted to RL Jalappa Hospital in Kolar. Officials from the Forest department visited forest areas in Yaragol. However, they have decided to wait for some time to gauge the further movement of the jumbos. –Deccan Herald
Wild dogs kill 4 in Mexico: MEXICO CITY – Wild dogs mauled and killed four people whose bodies were found over the past two weeks in a park on the edge of Mexico City, authorities said Monday. In one case, a teenage girl frantically called her sister with her cell phone to plead for help as the attack took place. Neighbors of the Cerro de la Estrella, a partly wooded, hilltop park surrounded by the city’s poor and populous Iztapalapa district, first found the bodies of a 26-year-old woman and a 1-year-old child in the area on Dec. 29, authorities in Mexico’s capital said. The woman, Shunashi Mendoza, was missing her left arm, and prosecutors said that both she and the boy had bled to death and been partially eaten. Then on Friday visitors to the same park found the bodies of a teenage couple who had also bled to death. “Experts have established that due to the gravity of the wounds, at least 10 dogs were involved in each attack,” Mexico City prosecutors said in a statement. In the second attack, Alejandra Ruiz, 15, and her boyfriend Samuel Martinez, 16, had gone to the park Friday afternoon. The girl called her sister Diana Ruiz at around 7 p.m. pleading for help. “Several dogs are attacking us, help me!” the girl screamed. The call then stopped. Ruiz told Milenio Television she thought her sister was joking and still doesn’t believe her sister was killed by dogs despite the call. “What kind of dog can tear the skin from your whole arm and leave just bone and if it was an attack dog why didn’t it attack her neck?” Ruiz asked. “What’s most shocking is that one of her breasts was mutilated.” She said she later visited the place of the attack and saw no pools of blood. “There needs to be a thorough investigation,” she added. –Yahoo News
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15 Responses to Incidents of elephant rampage on the rise in India

  1. Dennis E. says:

    Hmm, I had not considered the unraveling as it pertains to the aminal kingdom. We all have seen documentries about rogue animals, alligators, wolfs, Lions,etc….

    It would be an understatement to say mankind has underestimated animal intelligence and, and the
    ability of evil spirits to inhabit them. We do have accounts in the Bible regarding The Lord casting out of a man who was possess by demonic spirits “Legion” and were allowed to inhabit a herd of swine and it unset them so bad, they threw themselves off a cliff and drowned.

    Could this story and others that have been posted, a sign that there is an intensified war in the heavens
    and evil spirits dislodged from their habitation seek and find a new dwelling or have we evolved to the point of such wickedness, that evil spirits are taking the advantage of man’s disregard for God and the increase in worship of spirits?

    Just a thought……………….

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  2. niebo says:

    I guess they don’t care much for GMOs . . .

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  3. prairiemae says:

    “So I looked, and behold, a pale horse. And the name of him who sat on it was Death, and Hades followed with him. And power was given to them over a fourth of the earth, to kill with sword, with hunger, with death, and by the beasts of the earth.” Revelation 6:8 If this chapter of Revelation is in chronological order, the next thing after this is a massive earthquake that shakes the globe enough to cause islands and mountains to shift. From the looks of geological activity, we are certainly ramping up for some major event(s).

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  4. Irene C says:

    And I looked, and behold a pale horse: and his name that sat on him was Death, and Hell followed with him. And power was given unto them over the fourth part of the earth, to kill with sword, and with hunger, and with death, and WITH THE BEASTS OF THE EARTH. – Revelation 6:8

    As for the elephants in India, it could be they are feeling the seismic tensions beneath their feet. Animals have a great sensitivity to earth changes.

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  5. tellthetruth1 says:

    Phew – looks like Revelation 6:8.

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  6. jamie says:

    Revelations 6:8

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  7. Paula Ramos says:

    It is errie to read about all the animal attacks that are happening. Animals are losing their fear of man. Wild animals are showing up in cities and people’s yards etc. I looked out my window one day about noon and saw a cayote standing in the street. That is not normal behavior. I used to live in MT. and you could see Cayotes way off in the distance but never in town. During the tribulation, it say’s in Rev. 6:8 that the beasts of the earth will kill man. Thanks so much for all your hard work you do with your site. I don’t get this info anywhere else.

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  8. Katherine says:

    I hope that are not going to shoot these poor elephants… They are probably a troop of adolescents whose parents and grandparents have already been murdered. Elephants are a very socially complex animal, the youngsters have to be raised by the older members of the tribe, without that education and upbringing, they can become unhinged. They are the only other species that buries and mourns its dead, and weeps in pain and sorrow. How sad the affect humans are having on the environment and natural world…

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  9. Colleen says:

    I have lived in the country for over 25 years and something weird happened to me. My mailbox is one tenth of a mile from my house. I was returning from church in my friends car. She let me out at my mailbox. I waved goodbye to her, and preceded to get my mail. As I was walking down my graveled road, three dogs came running toward me. I acted as though I did not see the dogs, and kept my normal walking pace. One particular aggressive dog kept coming closer and closer to me. I kept on walking, trying not to show any fear. Inside my heart was beating like crazy. Soon, the other two dogs were walking beside me as well. My first instinct was to take off running, but fear kept me walking in at a normal pace. My pace seem to take a life of its own, and I was walking faster. All three of the dogs surrounded me and bared their teeth. As I approached the bend of the road I felt something very sharp enter my back leg. I looked at my leg and saw that I had been bitten. The crazy dog was coming behind me again to get another bite. I talked very calm to the dog, hoping it would go away, but to no avail. All three of the dogs had me surrounded. Luckily for me there happened to be a large tree limb that had fallen on the road. I grabbed the tree limb and began swinging it with such force that two of the dogs backed off. The dog that bit me did not back off. I shouted as loud I could, and stomped the ground. The dog finally turned around and went back to its home. Thank God, the dog was current in its shots. My neighbor came over and apologized for the incident. Now, if I go and get my mail, I will be driving my car. Those dogs did not show any fear of me at all. It was really strange. Now, I am afraid of dogs.

    The dog bite incident happened almost a month ago. Remember I did nothing to provoke these dogs.

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  10. Therese Denbeck says:

    The animals are great indicators. I still feel awful for the whale(s) that went bananas on their trainer at Sea World. I’m not sure about the exact timimg … but I remember it somewhere in the vicinity of the Indonesia quake … The Elephants helped save children or something. I would be on the look out for something coming up. We are asked to consider them. Remember Elvis the Croc pulling the lawn mower into his pond. The squid washing up on shore So. Cal before the Baja quake. One of my personal favorites was the Sea Turtle that swam from the Gulf of Mexico up to the Netherlands or some thing. They do the darrndest things sometimes. I’m not saying all activity is a rationale … but there are some that just capture your attention.

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  11. tonic says:

    Where do these animals go? Humans are taking over more and more ground. The Sahara is getting bigger and bigger. Climate is robbing their normal hunting areas from them. Where do they go? Live side by side with us? These are wild animals and behave like wild animals.
    Only when one of them walks into a school with a gun, will I associate evil with them.

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  12. Alexandra says:

    In the past couple of months I have seen a lot of nature. These are unusual animals not typically seen near neighborhoods. First it was a racoon at dusk in the middle of a mall parking lot busy and full of people, next was a bat in the lower part of walkway wall at the mall (in direct reaching distance) then a coyote running in the middle if traffic, a deer in the middle of the road in front of our car on Christmas eve, and last but not least an owl in our backyard!
    I have been having a reoccurring dream for the past 4 years of wild animals trying to get into my house! When I see them there is fire in the distance!
    Alan what could this mean? Does the bible speak of us having these warnings?

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    • tonic says:

      We can obliterate all wild animals in an instant, if we choose to. We are more than capable of this, just look at the past.
      Expect wild animals to integrate more and more with us. But please, lie no blame at their door.
      My children would never forgive me, if I decided to be judge and jury over any of Gods creations.

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