Talking about the resurgence of foxes, bobcats, and wolves in the other thread, I know I have seen a resurgence of foxes and coyotes in this neck of the woods as well. They always existed nearby, but they were never this visible or audible. Foxes in backyards are something I never witnessed until the last 2 years. There is a disturbance in the Force.
I read that a month ago a bizarre sea creature washed up on shore and now in retrospect they wonder if this wasn't caused by the same seismic shifts that caused the typhoon. They claimed the same sea creature washed on shore somewhere preceding that other typhoon that happened several years ago. I remember I read that one of the indigenous tribes noticed bizarre behavior from the birds and knew that it meant typhoon. The fish exhibited strange behavior, so the birds exhibited strange behavior, so the tribe acted accordingly. The tribe took shelter and survived while the oblivious tourists met their fate.
This all makes perfect sense. Clearly, omens are real. Once again, most modern intellectuals don't have the least understanding of how primitive or ancient people think. It is clear that myths do not attempt to explain nature in the sense that science does, which is what is so un-creatively assumed. It is, rather, that "myths" are stories or concepts that use aspects of nature within the story or concept to explain facts not of a natural order, but a logical order.