Silencing the Sea – The Link Between Sound, Life and the Mass Murder of Whales and Dolphins

All life is connected through vibration which can be used either to create or to destroy. With environmental pollution and underwater warfare posing a significant threat to sea life, are we destroying a vital link in the chain of vibratory resonance that supports life itself? 

BY DYLAN CHARLES (guest) Waking Times

In our universe of frequency and vibration, where all matter is condensed energy and even water demonstrates intelligence, sound and intention play an enigmatic role in the organization of life.

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  1. Oh this is so sad to hear! I have always loved Whale song, and it’s something I hadn’t considered, that the energy of the beautiful sounds of dolphins and whales brings loving resonance to the whole planet. Thank-you for bringing this to peoples attention….

  2. I wanted to pass this link which was sent to me by Richard. It’s about the corporation called Monsanto which has been crowned the “most evil corporation on Earth!”.
    This corporation is responsible for some very serious crimes against so many innocent people, animals and our whole planet.
    I hope that many people will spread the information and put a stop to this evil.

  3. It really saddens my heart to read about this monstrous human behaviour, especially toward such dear and innocent animals.
    I’ve come to understand that it’s so important to peacefully speak out against the terrible inhuman and barbaric activity in our world. It’s only through the will of the people that we can truly make a difference.
    These beautiful animals are very precious for humanity and must be saved from this terrible harm.

    Very moving article, thanks Dylan and well done for your efforts to bring this information forward.

    • I feel the same. I remember an amazing experience camping by a river mouth, and waking to the sounds of dolphins breathing through their blowholes, after a pod entered the river.

      They were just hanging around and I swam out to them, and just sat on a rock and watched them. It was an experience I’ll never forget.

      Its difficult to imagine people deliberately causing such beautiful animals harm. But in the case of the US military, they don’t seem to have any problem killing human beings, so I guess there is not much hope of them showing empathy toward other species.

      Thanks for your article Dylan, and for showing the wider effects this destruction may have on consciousness, vibration and the web of life. I guess the fact this is even happening indicates humanity has a pretty low level of consciousness overall, and this just brings it lower.

  4. All these people know is destruction!, they don’t know anything else, they can’t create anything good as all their actions only bring war, destruction, harm, misery etc. they are not people or beings of the light which bring harmony and life. Everywhere were you looking the results are similar whether it be in mono farming which destroys life and harms the people that eat it (look at all the food allergies and problems) to now the oceans and what’s next? agenda 21!

    I once saw a news segment on the TV many, many years ago and the story was on the French nuclear testing in the Polynesian islands in the south pacific where the French where exploding nuclear reactions under ground on an atoll (which was slowly sinking the atoll) and the Polynesian people lobbied the French to stop the testing as the ocean floor had been cracked and the heat from larva under the crust of the ocean floor was escaping through the cracks in the earth crust! I never heard much about that event that was on the news that day again but the imagine of all this heat, dust and ash looking material rising from the ocean floor stuck with me for a long time. I often wonder if the changing ocean currents which affect the El Nino and la nina weather patterns are a result of the testing? because if you boil water in a pot the heat makes convection currents rise from the bottom and then they circulate around the pot, if the ocean currents all of a sudden have rising hot water in a spot that wasn’t there before wouldn’t that then change the weather according to modern concepts of how the weather patterns work with the oceans?

  5. This is very disturbing. The numbers of whales and dolphins the Navy estimates it might accidentally kill, injure, disorient, etc. with its SONAR underwater weapons testing is shocking.

    Our understanding of sound and vibration as it relates to other species of animals is so limited–you reminded me of a study done in the last couple of years, where they managed to decode a little bit of one species of prairie dog’s language.

    Imagine if we decoded what the whales and dolphins are saying, being exposed to all of this pain, suffering, and torture.

  6. I watched The Cove recently. It is incredibly moving and disturbing. Moving because of the beauty of the dolphins, and disturbing that they are captured and slaughtered in that way.

    I wonder how it is that people can disregard life like this, whether it’s the Japanese at Taiji or the US Navy with their SONAR weapons. They just don’t see the destruction and suffering that’s being caused? Do they ever look into the eyes of their victims?

  7. I am always baffled by how anyone can think that it’s ok to detonate atomic bombs, dump nuclear waste, or carry out weapon experiments of all kinds underwater, as though it would have no effect on life above water… It’s like sweeping dirt under the rug, only this has far reaching consequences for life on Earth.

    I know sound and vibrations can be very powerful and essential for life. We are already continuously surrounded by all kinds of distorted and disjointed dangerous frequencies (cell phone towers, dirty electricity, smart meters, wifi, etc.), and it’s sad to see this spreading into life underwater as well, deep into the Earth’s core. Misusing or abusing sound and distorting the planet’s vibrations (consciously or unconsciously) can’t have a good ending…

    • I feel the same Jenny, even simple sounds / vibration can have such a strong effect on me, I can’t imagine what such strong sounds would do to the planet. Pretty sad that the military industrial complex only seem to care about finding better ways to destroy things – imagine if they turned all that spending towards helping the planet instead!

  8. Along with the damage we know we’re doing (which is terrible enough) I think we’re also doing damage to so many more things that we do not even fully grasp. Nuclear energy is one of these things I think, and feel, to be terrible beyond our comprehension.

    In the same way perhaps as people having something with cats or dogs, I’ve got something with whales.
    And I have seen how there is something more to them, something magical.

    Thanks Dylan for this article and the perspectives.

  9. Great article to bring to light the destruction that is facing these incredibly beautiful sea animals.

    It seems to me that there’s no place left free from harm. As a humanity we have become a threat to all life forms from the sea to the sky, from the earth to the cosmos and with no end in sight.

    How can a person wake up to the harm this is causing if in our own lives we are careless and ignorant of how we as an instrument of sound affect and harm others, (let alone ourselves)?

    Thanks again, I hope this evokes a lot of reflection for people to tune in and start a new tone..

    • “It seems to me that there’s no place left free from harm. As a humanity we have become a threat to all life forms from the sea to the sky, from the earth to the cosmos and with no end in sight.”

      The truth of that statement made me feel sad….

      I guess we have to do all we can to fight for goodness anyway, with even more seriousness.

  10. This is an issue that is so close to my heart, as I have always been fascinated by dolphins and whales from a very young age, and it really brings out the spiritual connection with these very special species.

    Sound is extremely powerful: it can heal people from mantra and singing bowls tone used in the Eastern Tradition to the accepted use of ultra-sound in the Western medicinal tradition.

    When we speak with love, we tend to have a soft, gentle and respectful tone – when we speak with anger, our tone can turn into loud screams of frustrations or can feel like a knife slicing through the air.

    And here, we as a humanity, are using sound to destroy an amazing population with the secondary effects being still unknown, while at the same time deafening our oceans..

    We know and can feel the effect of sound – from living in the city full of mechanical noises, to escaping in nature for our holidays..

    Isn’t it time and our responsibility to use sound in ethical ways in our lives, interactions with each other from humans to animals?

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