Who is this person? According to her blog: “Eileen has a unique ability to merge her consciousness with almost any form of energy. This includes plants, animals, people, and all types of higher entities. “
Which, I guess, is how she talks to the bees like Dr. Doolittle.
The bees apparently don’t like being stuffed in hives:
“Q. What is going on with the bees?
A. …. the bees are in trauma due to the mistreatment of their species. They protest they are being captured and made to work for humans to produce what humans desire rather than their natural state of being which is joyful and organized.”
Additionally, they complain of persecution by wasps:
“They also protest because there is a natural predator which has been released, and allowed to proliferate attacks on the joyful life of these bees. And this is a type of insect which stings and attacks called wasps.”
The bees protest against synthetic chemicals, (although no mention is made of “organic” pesticides, which can also be quite toxic):
“Q. So the bees want to not be limited to our hives.
A. We will no longer allow ourselves to become slave labor with incorrect methods, because the product of our labors is denatured and contaminated. We will not permit this. And there are chemicals on the plants.”
Q. What particular chemicals?
A. Petroleum based. Those chemicals which kill other beings.
At this point in the interview, you’ll notice the bees begin speaking directly through the “psychic.” :D
Lastly, they issue a “so long and thanks for all the pollen” statement:
Q. What can we do to help with the wasp situation?
A. We will not speak of this as we are using this means of eradication of our race so that we can remove our energies to a place which can benefit from what we have to offer.
Q. You say a place meaning—-
A. Another inhabited planetary sphere.
I think it’s safe to say that traveling via angel to another planet is not under investigation by the CCD Working group. (“The bees take their directive from the angelic portion of the Devic kingdom.”)
As for the predatory wasps–I have no idea what this woman is on about, but there are two small groups of solitary wasps that prey on bumble bees, bees, and ants. “Bee wolves” especially prey on honeybees, but they aren’t considered major pests of domesticated bees.
A female bee wolf stings a honey bee, paralyzes it, and carries it back to her underground nest. She then lays an egg on the bee, which is slowly eaten alive by a developing bee wolf larva.
Yellowjacket wasps also occasionally will attack bees, but again, this is not a common occurrence. There is a nice PDF of all the things that like to eat bees here.
So, I don’t think you really needed an entomologist to tell you this woman is a bit cracked, but at least now you know more about bee wolves–and that they probably aren’t the mechanism for a mass interstellar bee rapture.