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Photos of my backyard mutant bird "blackbird". This blackbird has as many as several patches of white feathers on its head, neck, breast and both sides. He is also an almost daily visitor to my chemical-free garden. Unfortunately, both he and his offspring are very skittish. I have been observing him and his offspring starting somewhere from 2013 until now (2017). As a curiosity, I noted that his mutation was passed on to his children and grandchildren in some modified form. For example, instead of the patches of white feathers that he has, his offspring are beginning to acquire regular plumage (and NOT, like him, "patches") of feathers with colors as if "bloody" - which I had previously NOT seen yet in any other blackbirds. When I carried out the acupuncture of this page in February 2017, this blackbird was still alive and still, together with its already very numerous family, practically every day flew to my garden to feed on earthworms found in it.
The first of two photographs of a mutant blackbird from my small garden. I only managed to photograph this blackbird on October 30, 2015 - and only because it was hiding outside the lemon tree from the center of the photo, and from there it felt safer and DID NOT fly away immediately after I left the apartment with my camera. This blackbird can be seen in the middle of the photo outside the lemon tree leaves as it sits on the edge of my garden compost heap. Unlike the black blackbird in the previous photos Img.566 (#T1a) and Img.567 (#T1b), the white patches in this blackbird are very small.
Another photo of the same mutated blackbird from my garden. This time it was sitting on a tree branch from my neighbors' garden. Awkwardly, carefully watching what I was doing, it has its head turned with its beak exactly in my direction. Hence, the photo does NOT show the patches of white feathers existing on either side of his head. Notice that this blackbird has mutated into as many as a number of small patches of white feathers, including on both of its sides, on its chest, on the back of its neck, and on its head above its eye. Note also that prior to the nuclear explosion in Fukushima Japan, I had NEVER seen a blackbird in which patches of white feathers had mutated anywhere in New Zealand, and I have NEVER seen a blackbird in which patches of white feathers had mutated - and as a highly observant scientist, I would certainly have registered such an anomaly if I had ever seen one. What bothers me most about this mutation is that if blackbirds mutate in such an eye-visible way, one can imagine what happens to people's bodies (i.e., their physical as well as mental health). Only that people do NOT grow feathers like blackbirds, a change in the color of which feathers would allow the mutation to be noticed more easily - unless one of the symptoms of human mutation so far unnoticed by medicine is also, among other things, the following. these various recently multiplying human "deformities", for example, tattoos which in an increasing number of people, especially women, appear on the skin in more and more intimate places, piercings in the nose, tongue, breasts or genitals, acquiring a taste for today's music and for the bizarre "works" of current artists etc. After all, it was precisely these types of symptoms that characterized the all-encompassing degeneration of humanity during the dark period of the original Middle Ages.