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Marlin hunting behaviors observed in drone footage: glowing stripes

Marlin hunting behaviors observed in drone footage: glowing stripes

(Saturn + Mercury + Sun Conjunct in Pisces)

Published February 29, 2024

Very interesting science discovery. Scientists were able to observe, thanks to drone footage, the hunting patterns of marlins. The footage, which I'm going to show you in a second, shows how the fish communicate with each other that they are going to attack the school of fish by lighting up with their stripes. So this is one that just finished stunning his fish, and this one is going in to stun a bunch more fish to eat.

“The most notable thing was that the stripes on each marlin got brighter when a fish went to attack its prey, but when the individual fish moved away from the prey, it didn't. The stripes got dim again.”

Now, there's some pretty interesting astrology happening that lines up with this pretty well. We have Mercury conjunct Saturn conjunct the Sun in Pisces. Pisces rules the ocean, so since Saturn entered Pisces in March, we've been seeing a lot of really good ocean science, and observing a lot of very interesting things in the ocean (including sharks doing cocaine), now marlins with stripes that glow.

And what's interesting about this is that it's the day the Sun is conjunct Saturn in Pisces. The Sun rules light. These fish are using light, a luminescence. The Sun is a luminary and these bioluminescent stripes are used in their hunting behavior.

Saturn, the Sun, and Mercury are all conjunct in Pisces right now; and Mercury rules communication. Part of the reason that these fish light up when they're in active hunt mode is to communicate with their fellow fish around them (so that they know to get out of the way).

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